close Video Senate Intel Committee says Russia favored Trump in election Committee leaders break with House Republicans, back 2017 intelligence community report; Peter Doocy reports from Capitol Hill. **Want FOX News Halftime Report in your inbox every day? Sign up here.** On the roster: Senate Intel concurs: Kremlin looked to boost Trump - Trump nods to hush money for sex worker - I’ll Tell You What: Read you like a book - Primary upset dims Dem chances for Neb. House seat - How do you do, fellow kids? SENATE INTEL CONCURS: KREMLIN LOOKED TO BOOST TRUMPWSJ: “A Republican-led Senate committee backed U.S. intelligence agencies’ finding that Moscow attempted to boost Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, breaking with a GOP-led House panel that examined the same material. The Senate Intelligence Committee’s conclusion on the January 2017 intelligence finding was made public on Wednesday after a closed-door … [Read more...] about Senate Intel concurs: Kremlin looked to boost Trump
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Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: Live Law News Network May 4, 2018 12:51 pm Change Font Size Judge Ronald M. Gould, who has served on the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit with distinction since his appointment by President Bill Clinton in 1999. Judge Gould, an alumnus of the University of Michigan Law School, was diagnosed with a progressive form of multiple sclerosis in 1990. While the impact of his disability was initially confined to facing occasional stumbles and numbness in other extremities, his disability has now progressed to a point where he uses a power wheelchair, has no hand mobility and is supported by caregivers around the clock. As Judge Gould’s disability has progressed over the years, so has his perseverance, grit and resolve to not let his disability shape the course of his life. In his long and illustrious career on the bench, Judge Gould has developed a distinct voice as a judge and has adjudicated upon such … [Read more...] about IDAP Interview Series: Interview With Judge Ronald M. Gould
MIAMI — The Heat enter the offseason with a lot of questions surrounding their roster and very little financial flexibility to make significant changes.Miami has 11 players under contract for 2018-19 who are due $120 million. That puts the Heat way above the projected $101 million salary cap and very close to the projected $123 million luxury tax line. Here’s what the Heat have to work with this offseason, with a player-by-player breakdown …Bam Adebayo #13 of the Miami Heat looks on during a game against the San Antonio Spurs at American Airlines Arena on October 25, 2017 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images) BAM ADEBAYOAge: 20. Season stats: Averaged 6.9 points, 5.5 rebounds and 1.5 assists in 19.8 minutes in 69 games (19 starts) as a rookie. He played in the Heat’s five playoff games, with averages of 3.4 points and 4.0 rebounds in 15.4 minutes. Contract status: Set to make $3.0 million in 2018-19 on the second year of his rookie-scale … [Read more...] about What’s in store for the Miami Heat this offseason? A roster breakdown with a look at what could come next for each player
FORCES from the UK, US and France have carried out air strikes on Syria in retaliation for barbaric chemical attacks on civilians in the besieged town of Douma. Harrowing footage showed kids foaming at the mouth after a deadly cocktail of chlorine and apparent sarin gas was dropped on the rebel-held town on April 7. Here's what you need to know... What has happened overnight? UK, US and French coalition forces carried out revenge strikes over Syria overnight on Friday, April 13. The attacks came after Prime Minister Theresa May said it was "right and legal" to order cruise missile strikes following the chemical attack on civilians. She added that the aim of the overnight attack was the deter Syrian authorities from further use of chemical weapons and to send a message to the wider world that it was unacceptable to use such weapons. British and French military forces had joined the US campaign in response to the "evil and despicable crimes of a monster", according to Donald … [Read more...] about Syria attack – what happened in Douma, were chemical weapons used and where have air strikes targeted in response?
The story that Toni Atkins tells feels less like anecdote than allegory, a glimpse of how as a legislator she confronts the problems of California using life lessons imported from her childhood in the mountains of southwestern Virginia.During a weekday morning visit to a San Diego seniors center, Atkins praises the volunteers at a vision clinic offering free eye exams and glasses. After all, she knows a little something about being too poor to buy a pair of glasses.By age 7, she was struggling to read and assigned to summer school after the second grade. It turned out the problem was her eyesight, undiagnosed because her family had no health insurance. The local Lions Club stepped in to give Atkins a pair of glasses.“When I put on those glasses,” she tells the volunteers, “the first thing I did was I looked at the ground. I looked down and I saw for the first time how green the grass was. I just couldn’t believe it!”Politicians routinely use their … [Read more...] about Toni Atkins prepares to be first woman to have held the top job in both the California state Senate and Assembly