Author: 0 One dead and three injured after stabbing at University of Texas

Within hours of the fatal stabbing on UT's campus Monday, rumors began passing within the student body that there were other potential attacks happening near Greek buildings on West Campus. The University of Texas is blocks from downtown Austin and the Texas Capitol and is one of the nation's largest universities. "We will be working specifically with AP homicide", Carter said.

U.S. Trump Tweets Desire For a Shutdown In September
Author: 0 Trump Tweets Desire For a Shutdown In September

The bill is slated for a House vote on Wednesday, with a Senate vote ahead of a Friday midnight deadline. "President Trump may not like what he sees in this budget deal, but it's unsafe and irresponsible to respond by calling for a shutdown ", said Sen.

Author: 0 Trump asks why American Civil War couldn't have been avoided

Even Andrew Jackson, were he alive, could not have threatened the use of force that perhaps Trump thinks would have solved the problem. Because they said this was the meanest and the nastiest.' . Could that one not have been worked out? Yet in Trump's mind, he's a better negotiator than Lincoln was, the same Lincoln who was voted the No.

Author: 0 Trump touts executive orders he once lambasted

President Trump has opened up in an interview about his first 100 days in office. Just 42 per cent of Americans approve of the way he is doing his job as president so far. So does a recent poll by NBC News/Wall Street Journal. Meanwhile, 83% of Hillary Clinton voters, 73% of those who lean Democrat, and 56% of all respondents believe Russian Federation interfered.

U.S. Utah Rep. Chaffetz says he won't run for re-election
Author: 0 Utah Rep. Chaffetz says he won't run for re-election

Many of you have heard me advocate, "Get in, serve, and get out". The Utah Republican announced Wednesday on Facebook that he will not run any office in 2018 and "return to the private sector". The media-friendly Republican, who assumed leadership of the powerful Oversight Committee in 2015, led investigations into Planned Parenthood and Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server.

Author: 0 Senate confirms Alex Acosta as labor secretary

Acosta, Trump's second choice to run the Labour Department, was confirmed on Thursday evening by a 60-38 vote, just ahead of the President's 100th day in office, The Hill magazine reported. Democratic Sens. Bill Nelson (Fla.), Joe Manchin (W.V.), Jon Tester (Mont.), Claire McCaskill (Mo.), and Heidi Heitkamp (N.D.), who face tough reelection battles in states won by President Donald Trump, joined the Republican majority to confirm Acosta.

Author: 0 Controversial Trump national security aide to leave White House, official says

But the group fizzled out in the early month of administration. Steve Bannon, Trump's chief strategist, was moved off the NSC's principals committee after officials said his efforts to "de-operationalize" the council had ended. Mr. Trump's visit to the Keystone State - one of a series of pivotal victories for him on Election Night - coincided with his 100th day in office, as he made clear he is not giving up on his promise to shake things up in the nation's capital.

U.S. 4 dead, including gunman, after shooting at Topeka home
Author: 0 4 dead, including gunman, after shooting at Topeka home

Sunday. "Police say four men are dead '" including the suspect gunman '" after a shooting at a home in Topeka, Kansas, that is part of a private business providing in-home care for people with special needs. The white suspect, 49-year-old Peter Selis, was shot by three police officers after he pointed a large-calibre handgun at them. "And we want to make sure we have a complete investigation for the victims".

Author: 0 LA peace parades mark 25th anniversary of Rodney King riots

Airing on American television last month were no fewer than six documentaries revisiting the April 29 to May 4 riots of 1992, which were triggered by the acquittal of four white policemen caught on video savagely beating Rodney King, a black man.

Author: 0 UC Berkeley remains calm even after Coulter's speech cancelled

Carlson asked Coulter if she was going to call for war or violence and she said no. Rathi actually had the nerve to tout his support for free speech in the exact same piece where he seems to suggest that it's a good thing to limit speech when it comes to people like Yiannopoulos and Coulter - and he somehow thought that this kind of logically inconsistent drivel was actually cohesive enough to publish.

U.S. Arkansas carries out first execution since 2005
Author: 0 Arkansas carries out first execution since 2005

On April 6, one of the inmates received an emergency stay after the Arkansas Parole Board recommended clemency. While most of the executions that have used it have gone according to plan, there have been instances in which it apparently did not adequately sedate prisoners and they seemed to have been in pain as they died .

U.S. Deal reached on funding government through Sept.
Author: 0 Deal reached on funding government through Sept.

The Senate passed a stopgap spending bill by voice vote without opposition after the House earlier approved it by a tally of 382-30. "This Congress is going to be the busiest Congress we've had in decades, maybe ever", Trump predicted shortly after taking office.

U.S. Court agrees to hold off ruling on carbon restrictions
Author: 0 Court agrees to hold off ruling on carbon restrictions

As Oklahoma's attorney general, Scott Pruitt filed more than a dozen lawsuits against the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that he now runs. That, CEI energy fellow William Yeatman said, would mean the CPP would either be "nixed" on a legal technicality involving overlap with other regulations, or that any emission controls would be confined "inside the fence" of individual power plants, rather than addressing the electric grid as a systematic whole, as the CPP's authors tried ...

U.S. Ole Miss QB is final pick in NFL Draft
Author: 0 Ole Miss QB is final pick in NFL Draft

Then the Denver Broncos selected him with the final pick of the draft, No. 253 overall, making Kelly this year's "Mr. Irrelevant". After enrolling at East Mississippi, a junior college in Scooba, Miss., Kelly earned the honor of being tabbed as the nation's top junior college quarterback after guiding the Lions to a 12-0 mark and a NJCAA National Championship.

U.S. Bills now not expected to pick up Sammy Watkins option
Author: 0 Bills now not expected to pick up Sammy Watkins option

Buffalo sent the 37th and 149th picks to the Rams in return for the 44th and 91st selections to get Zay Jones. Jones caught an NCAA record 158 passes for 1,746 yards in his senior season, adding eight touchdowns to an impressive stat line. Buffalo then used the No. 27 pick to address an immediate need by drafting LSU cornerback Tre'Davious White. With Dawkins, the Bills disregarded off field issues.

U.S. Manchin: Trump supports health care for coal miners
Author: 0 Manchin: Trump supports health care for coal miners

These benefits require a steady stream of contributions from both coal companies and working miners. Last year, Congress reached a deal to extend government funding and retired miners' health care benefits until April 28. McConnell told reporters Tuesday that he supported a permanent fix, one that would probably be part of the spending bill lawmakers must pass by Friday to keep most of the government funded through September 30.

Author: 0 Trump won't get House OK of health bill before his 100th day

The short-term spending bill now awaits action in the Senate which, like the House, is struggling over reaching accord on a longer-term government funding bill. Some White House officials had hoped a vote on a revised House bill to repeal the health law would take place before Saturday - a step that, if successful, would have showed that Trump was making progress on a central campaign promise.

Author: 0 Trump to spend Day 100 in office talking tough on trade

The President's decision to hold a Saturday evening rally in Pennsylvania is also notable for what he will leave behind in Washington, D.C. - the White House Correspondent's Dinner - which Mr. "I had so many things going", Trump said. "But this is actually more work". Yes, media coverage has been pretty critical of the new president. The comments left Democrats on Friday arguing that their claims before the election that Trump was unqualified to be president had been vindicated.

U.S. Tad Cummins told wife he slept with teen, she says
Author: 0 Tad Cummins told wife he slept with teen, she says

Amber Alerts were issued in Tennessee and Alabama during the almost six-week search. For his own safety reasons, federal authorities would not disclose what day Cummins will depart California or when he will arrive in Tennessee. "Since this remains an active and ongoing matter, we aren't able to speak to specifics of any potential statements, evidence, etc.", Niland said. I love you.