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The battle between Liz-Ism and Trumpism.
The battle between Liz-Ism and Trumpism.
McConnell, who previously blocked Barack Obama from filling a court vacancy in 2016, told Hugh Hewitt he'd do the same to Biden.
FAA says there have already been 2,900 incidents of unruly travellers on planes in 2021
Police are investigating what caused the driver to veer off the road.
Google's YouTube has received pushback for accepting political ads in recent years, and now the company is banning them from its masthead unit altogether.
President Biden, in his aviators, and First Lady Jill Biden meet with Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle. Biden first met the monarch as a senator.
The wily Kentucky senator used similar tactics during the Obama administration
Rosenstein tells associates he had no knowledge of subpoena targeting Schiff
Michael Taylor, 60, and his son Peter, 28, pleaded guilty to helping former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn escape trial in Japan in a box flown to Lebanon aboard a private jet
Two more people have been charged in connection with a Lexington homicide after the victim’s body was set on fire in a barn, according to court records.
The British monarch hosted the US President and First Lady for tea on Sunday afternoon
Steve Smith will join play-by-play announcer Taylor Zarzour and sideline reporter Kristen Balboni on the Panthers’ broadcast team to call the three games in August.
One of those detained accuses president of launching ‘second dictatorship’
Ten sky marriages worth $17,500 include height-related jab at podcast host
Meeting comes weeks after US president risked angering his Turkish counterpart by recognising the Armenian Genocide
Attacks occurred between Friday night and early Saturday morning
LeBron James will continue to chase down Michael Jordan's legacy next season, but he'll do it after switching to jersey No. 6, not the iconic No. 23.
An American father and son pleaded guilty in Tokyo on Monday (June 14), to charges that they illegally helped former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn flee Japan more than a year ago. U.S. Army Special Forces veteran Michael Taylor and his son Peter, could now face up to three years in prison. Buses believed to be carrying the two were seen arriving in court on Monday. Prosecutors accuse them of helping Ghosn escape Japan in a box aboard a private jet to Lebanon in December 2019. The pair allegedly received 1.3 million for their services.In March, they were extradited to Japan from the United States.That's after a months-long battle to prevent that by their American lawyers. Those lawyers argued that the two could face relentless interrogations and torture. Suspects in Japan are interrogated without their lawyers present, and are often denied bail before trial.Japan's conviction rate is 99%.Taylor and his son are now being held at the same jail in Tokyo, where Ghosn was previously detained. At the time of Ghosn's escape, he was awaiting trial on charges that he understated his compensation in Nissan's financial statements by USD$85 million, over the course of a decade. He was also accused of enriching himself at his employer's expense through payments to car dealerships. Ghosn has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing. He remains a fugitive in his childhood home in Lebanon, which has no extradition treaty with Japan.
Royal Dutch Shell is reviewing its holdings in the largest U.S. oil field for a potential sale, people familiar with the matter told Reuters, marking a key moment in its shift away from fossil fuels as it faces growing pressure to slash carbon emissions. The sale could be for part or all of Shell's position in the U.S. Permian Basin, located mostly in Texas, which accounted for around 6% of the Anglo-Dutch company's total oil and gas output last year. Shell declined to comment.
England's entertainment industry appeals for government support to cope with the "devastating" delay.
A man accused of killing his mother in her Lynn home was charged with murder.