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Betsy DeVos picked for Trump's education secretary

Jeb Bush, a longtime school choice advocate. DeVos , who interviewed with the president-elect on Saturday, said she is "honored" to work with Trump "on his vision to make American education great again". DeVos heads the advocacy group American Federation for Children . DeVos is the chair of the American Federation for Children, a pro-charter school group based in Washington , D.C. Continua a leggere...

Thai crown prince formally proclaimed king

The coronation of the new King will only take place after the cremation. After weeks of complex palace protocols the prince was invited by the head of the National Legislative Assembly (NLA) to ascend the throne in an event broadcast on all Thai television channels. Continua a leggere...

Inside the Trump-Clinton campaign staffers clash

Inside the Trump-Clinton campaign staffers clash Bannon, who was absent, the row of grim-faced Clinton aides who sat opposite them bristled. After Donald Trump's phone call with Taiwan on Friday had garnered major media attention, CNN's Anderson Cooper sought out further details about the call from Trump's former campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway. Continua a leggere...

After 22 Years, Gambia's Yayah Jammeh Loses Election To Opposition

After 22 Years, Gambia's Yayah Jammeh Loses Election To Opposition Jammeh led a government accused of crushing dissent and torturing opponents. Raucous celebrations erupted Friday after Gambia's election commission announced Barrow had won the Thursday vote, earning 45 percent of the total compared to Jammeh's 36 percent. Continua a leggere...

Saudi Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal,"Stop the debate, time for women to drive".

Saudi Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal, He holds no political posts but chairs Kingdom Holding Co., which has interests including in United States banking giant Citigroup and the Euro Disney theme park. The prince said he is making his call on behalf of those with "limited means". Twitter and Citigroup, said the driving ban was not just a rights issue, but also an economic one. Continua a leggere...

Hundreds attend memorial for terror victims

Carey Davis said on Friday. If you live in the San Bernardino area, how have you been coping and healing? Eileen Decker, U.S. Attorney for the Central District of California in Los Angeles, visited the Inland Empire on Friday, meeting privately with the victims of the December 2, 2015 terrorist attack and their families before speaking at Cal State San Bernardino's Night of Remembrance event at ... Continua a leggere...

Teenager who brought guns to Utah school disarmed by parents

Williams estimated that 20 crisis counselors were sent to the school to visit each classroom and assist with any concerns the students might have. During Thursday's press conference, Ross said when he first the heard report of shots being fired in a school, he feared the worst, and that he was grateful for both the law enforcement response and for the boy's parents for quickly bringing the sit... Continua a leggere...

Turkey, Russia see need for Aleppo truce but divisions remain

Turkey, Russia see need for Aleppo truce but divisions remain The meeting comes a week after Syrian government forces targeted Turkish forces in an airstrike in northern Syria , killing four Turkish soldiers and wounding nine others, according to Reuters . "The swamp must be drained and for that, a cease-fire is needed, humanitarian aid is needed". The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), a US-backed Kurdish-Arab alliance, is advancing in the desert as it t... Continua a leggere...

LA won't lose a dime if it gets 2024 Olympics, officials say

IOC officials are now working with the Tokyo organizing committee to get the cost of the 2020 Olympics below $20 billion. The games will be awarded in September. budget. Los Angeles has already committed to more than $200 billion in transit and airport projects, regardless of whether it wins the Olympic bid. That approach and additional information from the IOC, enabled L.A. Continua a leggere...

27th annual Parade of Lights hits Cortez Saturday

27th annual Parade of Lights hits Cortez Saturday A Katy Old Fashioned Christmas Festival is rescheduled until Saturday, Dec. 17 from 10 a.m.to 5 p.m. There will be warming stations with hot cocoa throughout the parade route. "When it starts, we let them get in front of us". "Certainly hope everyone sticks to the theme, but we won't turn away anyone who doesn't", said Jim Meisner, parade organizer. Continua a leggere...

Lawsuits seek to block or halt Wisconsin, Michigan recounts

In Michigan, lawyers for the Trump campaign argued Thursday that Stein, a "bottom-dwelling candidate", cannot seek the expensive, time-consuming recount because she was not "aggrieved" to the point where potential miscounting of votes could have cost her the election. Continua a leggere...

Mall Of America To Host Its First Black Santa

Larry Jefferson is the pioneer who will listen to kids' lists and encourage them to be nice (not naughty) for four days this year, according to the Star Tribune . "It was like finding a needle in a haystack", said Luther, who runs the business with his girlfriend, Rachael Zuleger. "What they see most of the time is this red suit and candy", he said, as he stroked his red velvet coat. Continua a leggere...

Bergdahl, facing desertion trial, asks Obama for pardon

Bergdahl, facing desertion trial, asks Obama for pardon Bowe Bergdahl talks about his decision to walk off a base in Afghanistan in the first episode of the " Serial " podcast. The Secretary of the Army was copied on the letter to the president, but the pardon was not formally requested through the military chain of command. Continua a leggere...

Water cut off to 650000 Mosul residents after pipeline hit

Water cut off to 650000 Mosul residents after pipeline hit So how do we protect civilians? He said two fighters were killed and seven injured by the shelling on Tuesday. Gen. Maan Zaid Ibrahim from the special forces said troops were fighting IS "at close quarters". Major General Najm al-Jubbouri, one of the army´s top commanders, told Reuters that the western part of the city could be the more risky. To the south, Iraqi army brigades are now adva... Continua a leggere...

Carrier employee: Trump is 'my hero' after saving jobs

How's that for punishing corporations that shut down in the United States and move overseas? He also pledged to reduce regulations, most of which he said were "nonsense", although he conceded some were necessary to protect worker safety and health. Continua a leggere...

Trump Picks Betsy DeVos for Education Secretary

She and her husband, Dick DeVos - who together were worth more than $5 billion in 2012, according to Reuters - have funded initiatives to push for school voucher programs. But the policy has also attracted much criticism, especially from teacher unions, which say standardized education will be threatened. "She has a long and distinguished history championing the right of all parents to choose sc... Continua a leggere...

Police Identify Tacoma Officer Killed Wednesday

Johnson was the subject of an officer safety bulletin in mid-November after he was spotted walking through the Tacoma Mall armed and dressed like a plainclothes cop, CBS affiliate KIRO reports . The procession will leave the Pierce County Medical Examiner's office (3619 Pacific Ave., Tacoma) at 1 p.m. and head to Tuell-McKee Funeral Home, 2215 Sixth Ave.in Tacoma. Continua a leggere...

Joe McKnight's Shooter Released from Custody Without Charges, Investigation Ongoing

Joe McKnight's Shooter Released from Custody Without Charges, Investigation Ongoing He said there was no evidence that McKnight was apologizing to Gasser, as a witness told the Times-Picayune. There was more shock on Friday with news that the man authorities say shot McKnight was released without being charged. Former NFL player Joe McKnight has been shot to death following an argument at an intersection with another motorist outside New Orleans. As to the number of times ... Continua a leggere...

Libya's Tripoli sees worst militias clashes in 2 years

Libya's Tripoli sees worst militias clashes in 2 years One of the warring factions, the Tripoli Revolutionaries, accused rivals of abductions, killings and people-trafficking. The violence is the latest setback for the United Nations -backed Government of National Accord (GNA), which arrived in the capital in March with the acquiescence of some powerful armed factions but has struggled to assert its authority. Continua a leggere...

Arkansas officer fatally shoots bank robbery suspect

Arkansas officer fatally shoots bank robbery suspect The off-duty officer, who has not been named, intervened, eventually drawing his weapon before shooting Turner. See Saturday's edition of The Saline Courier for the full story. The suspect died after being taken to a hospital. The Benton Police Department didn't immediately respond to a request for comment. The Simmons Bank in Pine Bluff was robbed around 1 p.m. Continua a leggere...


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