The latest development came amid an array of resignations of the British government cabinet officials over the past months for sex-related allegations. Ms Maltby is not commenting on Mr Green's resignation until she receives more details from the Cabinet Office. "We have ourselves known of these incidents since they first occurred and have fully supported Kate in the responsible manner in which she has reported them".
USA officials were in contact with local authorities, she added. Cruise spokesman Owen Torres told ABC News the bus was carrying guests from Royal Caribbean's Celebrity Equinox and Serenade of the Seas. "It could have been us that could have been on that bus", Vanrenterghem said. They said 13 people remained in hospital. "Our 27 guests were on a bus tour to the Chacchoben Ruins".
Fethullah Gulen, the US -based preacher, is accused by Ankara of orchestrating a failed coup attempt on July 15, 2016. Kanter is a long-time supporter of Gulen, who has lived in self-imposed exile in Pennsylvania since 1999 and whose extradition Erdogan is seeking.
Senator Al Franken , D-MN, arrives at the Capitol on December 7, 2017. As allegations continued to trickle out, though, his fellow Democratic senators pulled their support from Franken and urged him to resign . However, numerous Democratic senators who had previously called on Franken to resign said earlier this week that they stood by those calls and had not changed their mind .
Perez will be sentenced in February. In an agreement with prosecutors, Perez agreed to serve three months in jail in one-month increments over three years, and then serve the other three months under house arrest, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reported .
That said, more people credited former President Barack Obama (45 percent) than Trump (43 percent) for that good news. RealClearPolitics , after aggregating the 13 national surveys released between December 5 and December 19, found that Trump had an average approval rating of 38.5 percent and an average disapproval rating of 57 percent.
Dawson said through a press release that "there were ongoing official dealings with the Aga Khan" when Trudeau accepted gifts of hospitality, and the Aga Khan Foundation Canada was registered to lobby his office. Trudeau has come under fire from the opposition, who have said the luxury Bahamas vacation was inappropriate and showed the Liberal government is out of touch with average Canadians.
It provides health insurance for about 60,000 kids from low and moderate income families in the state. The effect could be dramatic for Tennessee if funding is not restored. Top Washington lawmakers maintain the CHIP program money will be restored, but Tennessee Democrats mince no words about why it's taken so long. In Delaware, the state adds $2.9 million to the federal $30 million to fund the Healthy Children in Delaware program.
Some have escaped to other countries after their release. Kadyrov calls himself "Putin's foot soldier", and has said he is "ready to die for [Putin], to fulfill any order". "We will continue to use the Magnitsky Act to aggressively target gross violators of human rights in Russian Federation, including individuals responsible for extrajudicial killings, torture and other despicable acts", said John Smith, a top sanctions official at the Treasury Department.
I called on Jack Latvala to resign after his witness intimidation became public, and after today's deeply disturbing Special Master's Report finding probable cause, I once again call on him to resign. "I will be back in Tallahassee on December 26 and will meet with my legal and political team then to consider the future", Latvala stated. The report will now be taken up by the Senate Rules Committee on January 11.
The main reason for the Beehive State's boom? Rhode Island's population has grown slightly for the sixth year in a row, as a growing number of global migrants offset the departure of domestic residents, according to new U.S. The census figures showed that Stamford, with 129,113 people, gained 239 residents and its population grew by 5.3 percent since 2010. The U.S. territory of Puerto Rico also took a hit in population numbers.
A Downing Street spokesperson described the call as warm and said the pair discussed Trump's recent decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel , to which the United Kingdom was opposed. They also discussed "different" positions on Mr Trump's decision to move the USA embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, agreeing the U.S. needed to "bring forward new proposals for peace".
Trump visited Norwalk Early College Academy alongside IBM CEO Ginni Rometty to speak to a group of high-achieving students. The First Daughter's visit to the school was part of her campaign to promote and fund STEM and computer science fields, as it was reported that Ivanka made the fields a priority within Donald's administration.
Not to mention, Jayalalithaa's death has been surrounded by the clouds of suspicion over the circumstances that might have lead to her demise. Vetrivel disclosed that there were more videos of Jayalalithaa undergoing physiotherapy and closeted with the ministers would also be released subsequently.
This 16-year-old boy will now be tried under the law and the Juvenile Justice Board (JJB) has announced that he will be considered as an adult during this period of a trial taking the sensitivity of the case into consideration. The board's ruling came after Pradyuman's father, Varun Thakur, filed a petition with the board for allowing the accused to be tried as an adult. Pradhyumn , a Class II student, was found with his throat slit in the school washroom in Gurugram on September 8.
The Pembroke Pines, Florida Police Department has released dramatic video of an officer who was seriously hurt trying to prevent a possibly impaired driver from operating his vehicle. Cabrera put his hands out the window as officers approached with guns drawn. Capt. Al Xiques told reporters that an officer responded to the scene inside the Century Village community early Tuesday near the south entrance along Pembroke Road when the officer was dragged by the auto.
The European Commission has launched an injunction against Poland for breaching European common values and rule of law. Poland has refused to implement the "recommendations" from Brussels, defending its right to clean up what it says is a corrupt judicial "caste".
Lee was scheduled to visit Myanmar in January to assess human rights in the country, particularly in western Rakhine state, where the Rohingya are concentrated. The government had "said that they have nothing to hide, but their lack of co-operation with my mandate and the fact-finding mission suggests otherwise", she said.
The Norwegian was reportedly detained in a sting operation by Russia's FSB security agency. According to media reports , the defendant was arrested when he received secret documents containing information on Russian navy. A spokesman for Norway's Foreign Ministry said that consular delegates had visited the detained citizen, who is receiving "legal representation" and "consular assistance in accordance with our guidelines for imprisoned citizens overseas".
It all started when Lieu replied to a now-deleted tweet from The Hill , which erroneously quoted Sanders as saying: "GOP "begged" Dems to work on tax reform". As the president, Trump is surely privy to a massive wealth of USA intelligence agency data, so he could presumably simply ask about it if it wasn't already part of the extensive debriefings he received upon assuming the nation's highest office.
Grundmann's decision to deny Kaine's request is odd given that, earlier this month, her office provided the House Administration Committee with details on taxpayer-funded settlements paid out in the House ― one day after the committee made its request .
Chinese foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said Tuesday that China had the right to decide its own development path. The Kremlin dismissed US President Donald Trump's new national security strategy as imperialist, but welcomed Washington's willingness to co-operate in some areas.
Sources tell WCCO a man being interrogated by police was left alone when he pulled out a concealed knife and began hurting himself with it. When police saw what was happening, sources say officers asked him to drop the weapon. Two other men have been taken into custody in connection with the shooting, and a 16-year-old girl was also taken into custody. Union president Bob Kroll said Tuesday that video of the incident will show the officers tried to de-escalate the situation before shooting.
VATICAN CITY-Cardinal Bernard Law, a leading figure of the Catholic Church in the US until he fell from grace for mishandling instances of clerical sex abuse, has died. A series of articles by the Boston Globe detailed the criminal prosecutions of five Roman Catholic priests. The stories also mentioned Law was aware of the sexual abuse but chose to keep mum.
The nature of the disturbance was unclear, although British media reported that a auto tried to ram the perimeter gates at RAF Mildenhall. The base was put into lockdown and units responded immediately. It is home to about 3,100 USA military and 3,000 family members. RAF Mildenhall has previously been a potential target for a terror attack against USA military personnel.