Capitol Alert Capitol Alert DMV anticipates ‘summer surge,’ as millions still don’t have Real IDs By Bryan Anderson ORDER REPRINT → March 13, 2019 04:00 AM Watch heated debate over Real ID numbers at California legislative hearing California’s Department of Motor Vehicles told lawmakers on Tuesday that it expects a substantial increase in customers coming in, potentially paving the way for longer wait times. By Up Next × SHARE California’s Department of Motor Vehicles told lawmakers on Tuesday that it expects a substantial increase in customers coming in, potentially paving the way for longer wait times. By California’s Department of Motor Vehicles is telling lawmakers it expects a substantial increase in customers at its offices this summer, potentially leading to longer wait times. Kathleen Webb, the DMV’s acting director., said … [Read more...] about DMV anticipates ‘summer surge,’ as millions still don’t have Real IDs
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Mountain View, CA - DECEMBER 4: From left to right, Omar Flores, Rocio Carrillo, her husband Roberto Flores and their son Johnatan Flores Carrillo, pose for a photograph in their apartment on W. Middlefield Rd. in Mountain View, Calif., on Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018. Mountain View city officials are considering a developer's proposal to raze 20 rent-controlled, affordable apartments and replace them with 15 new, luxury town houses. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group) Mountain View, CA - DECEMBER 4: Roberto Flores get a snack in their apartment on W. Middlefield Rd. in Mountain View, Calif., on Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018. Mountain View city officials are considering a developer's proposal to raze 20 rent-controlled, affordable apartments and replace them with 15 new, luxury town houses. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group) Sound The gallery will resume inseconds Mountain View, CA - DECEMBER 4: Johnatan Flores Carrillo, 5, works on his kindergarten homework as his mother Rocio … [Read more...] about ‘I don’t want to leave:’ South Bay renters displaced to make way for buyers
I gather I was supposed to gasp when Michael Cohen said during his testimony before Congress on Wednesday, “The president of the United States thus wrote a personal check for the payment of hush money as part of a criminal scheme to violate campaign finance laws.” If that’s the best he’s got, Trump should demand we hold the election this coming Tuesday.Cohen was referring to Trump’s 2017 reimbursement of the $130,000 hush money he paid to porn star Stormy Daniels to stay quiet about her claim that she’d had sex with Trump, aka Cohen’s client — meaning much of Cohen’s testimony is barred by attorney-client privilege. But who cares about this sacred legal privilege? We’re trying to get Trump! Neither the media nor Cohen seem to realize that Cohen wasn’t doing anything illegal when he paid the “hush money.” (Just because Trump thinks every Jewish lawyer is Roy Cohn doesn’t mean you have to, too, New … [Read more...] about Ann Coulter: Hush Little Porn Star, Don’t Say a Word…
The U.S. Coast Guard is the only military branch that doesn't get paid during the government shutdown because it is part of the Department of Homeland Security. CBS News' Janet Shamlian spoke to three Coast Guard wives in Bacliff, Texas, who shared the struggles of not knowing when their husbands will get their money. "Our budget is extremely tight. We have just bought only the necessities when we went grocery shopping and you know trying to look at the sales and see what's on sale," Vienna Julien said. "We've been having 'struggle meals,' we call them," Erin Picou added. "You take whatever's in the fridge and whatever's in the pantry and throw it in a casserole, and that's a meal." Federal employees working without pay can sue "No Target run?" Shamlian asked. "No Target run. Can't even shop in that little dollar section that everyone gets hung up on," Julien said. Ashley Totten said the Coast Guard is "absolutely being overlooked" as the other branches of the military under … [Read more...] about Coast Guard wife: “Build the wall, don’t build the wall. But pay our husbands”
Opinion PUBLISHED: 05:30 03 January 2019 Paul Geater Shoppers did come out to Ipswich town centre - but there hasn't been the frenzy we've sometimes seen in the past as consumer confidence takes a dive. Picture: PAUL GEATER Archant The start of a new year should be the chance to look ahead at a brighter future – and to anticipate good things to come. Politicians' inability to agree a deal over Brexit have led to a slump in consumer confidence which has damaged the economy.I wish I felt that way at the start of 2019. On a personal level it’s a bit difficult to imagine a more lousy year than the one that has just ended – and I am really hopeful that I can put my health issues to one side this year.But in the world of politics, both local and national, and so far as the economy is concerned, I’m afraid I can’t see anything but more pain in 2019.Brexit is now less than three months away. As someone who voted to remain, and … [Read more...] about Will things get better in 2019? Don’t expect an improvement anytime soon!