But as primary day has neared, the competing ideas about what issues should drive the race dovetailed. It is also clear, in the way Mr Northam has rushed to join Mr Periello's attacks on the president, that competitive beating up on Mr Trump will be another important element.
Conservative Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin countered, "Actually, I thought it was a devastating day for the president". Comey's testimony underscored the discord that had soured their relationship. "But let's not keep finding ways to open new investigations". "That is a very big deal". I'll tell you about it over a very short period of time . Congressional investigators from the House and Senate are also conducting their own probes.
During his under-oath testimony, Comey's "Lordy!" Reed says "there's a real question of the propriety" of Sessions' involvement in Comey's dismissal, since Sessions had recused himself from the federal probe into contacts between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign.
Patty Murray (D-Wash.) to express her dismay at the mysterious rule change on camera in the basement of the Capitol. The Senate wants to vote on its bill before the July 4 recess, which leaves them three weeks to finish a draft and rally enough votes to pass it.
The FBI is part of the Justice Department that Sessions heads. But the Russian Federation investigation continues to cast a shadow over his tenure. Jared Kushner, the president's son-in-law, also denied through a spokesman that he met privately with Kislyak that day.
After the game at his post-game press conference, Lebron said about the Warriors, "they're gonna be around for a while, they don't show any signs of slowing down". Durant is now a champion. Scorned and scrutinized from every angle for that decision, Durant triumphantly raised his arms and an MVP trophy Monday night all these months later- beaming as a first-time National Basketball Association champion, just as planned.
The revised ban already had been blocked by federal district court judges in Hawaii and Maryland and by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit, based in Virginia. In the Hawaii case, the San Francisco-based 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said on Monday a ruling is "imminent". If the travel ban is to be salvaged, the Supreme Court would have to move quickly.
Jurors also asked to see evidence, though it is unclear what evidence they are referring to in the case. The jury, sequestered for the duration of the trial and unaware of the back-and-forth outside, reviewed the testimony of the police officer who took Constand's initial report.
The defense secretary also was asked what winning looked like in Afghanistan. "It took us years to get into this situation", said Mattis. " I retired from military service three months after sequestration took effect ", Mr Mattis, a former Marine general, told the House armed services committee .
Jones was treated at the scene for a single gunshot wound before being transported to Portsmouth Regional Hospital, according to MacDonald. It was reported that two males, one of whom was armed with a handgun, entered the store and demanded money.
But Democrats on the Senate panel are likely to press him on issues such as his contacts with Russian Federation and his role in the dismissal of Comey - who led the FBI's probe on Russian Federation until he was ousted. "I said I didn't meet with them". In a separate Senate hearing, deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein - who following Sessions' recusal from the Russian Federation probe is the official with authority to fire Mueller - told lawmakers he has seen no evidence of good cause ...
Comey said he gave the friend - later identified as Daniel Richman, a longtime Comey confidante and Columbia University professor - the information after Trump tweeted that he may have tapes of his conversations with the fired Federal Bureau of Investigation director.
He challenged Khan to an intelligence test during the U.S election campaign, and in 2015 he said certain areas of London were no-go zones. "I think the media wants to spin it that way. Following the London bridge attack, in which 7 people died and more than 40 were injured, Trump called the mayor " pathetic " for his attempts to calm distraught Londoners.
Huh". Spicer offered no further explanation and attempted to move on to the next question, sending the assembled reporters into a tizzy. Trump's original tweet, which was sent out shortly after midnight on Wednesday morning, simply read, "Despite the constant negative press covfefe ".
As The New York Times notes , White House aides caution that Trump's trillion-dollar infrastructure plan is "months away, though Mr. Trump said in April that it would be ready last month". At Rakestraw Memorial Park about a mile from the marina, dozens of people protested the Trump visit and his infrastructure plan. "They were anxious they'd fall down, and you've seen that happen, and I heard the pleas from voters who wanted to know why we could rebuild foreign countries ...
In a letter Saturday, Sessions wrote that his decision to appear comes in light of last week's testimony by Comey . She described Comey's testimony as "candid" and "thorough" and said she would support a subpoena if needed. Democratic Senator Jack Reed said Sunday "there's a real question of the propriety" of Sessions's involvement in Comey's dismissal, because Sessions had stepped aside from the federal investigation into contacts between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign.
The intercept test comes at a time of increased tension with North Korea , which is advancing its ballistic missile program at an accelerated rate and pursuing an ICBM . As important as this test is, the GMD system is still far from being able to provide reliable protection from a real-world missile threat - LAURA GREGO , Senior scientist at the Union of Concerned Scientists commented in a recent post .
It is unclear whether the upcoming intelligence committee hearing will be open or closed. In a letter Saturday to Senator Richard Shelby, Republican of Alabama, Sessions said that he had been scheduled to discuss the Justice Department budget before the House and Senate Appropriations subcommittees but that it had become clear some members would focus their questions on the Russian Federation investigation.
Remy Ma and her outfit stole the show at the Hot 97's massive Summer Jam concert held at MetLife Stadium in NY. Only last week Nicki Minaj jumped on the mic at 2Chainz Pretty Girls Like Trap Music and flexed her commercial viability, while claiming Remy's husband Papoose , not Remy wrote " Shether ".
Comey in official photo before his dinner meeting with Trump. We got an on-the-record confirmation by Comey that Trump had indeed asked for his loyalty - something that was promptly disputed by a source who spoke off the record to the Associated Press.
There is a lot we don't know about the incident that took at least one life, but we do know that milling, of any kind, is unsafe work. Goodenow was a forklift operator. Pawel Tordoff's body was found Friday morning, about two days after the explosion. "It's tough", President Riley Didion told 27 News about the explosion.
The footage showed the 19-year-old from Lebanon, New Jersey, being directed to drink and then falling several times. The Penn State University pledge who died after a booze-fueled hazing ritual "looked like a corpse" on frat-house video footage, a detective testified Monday.
Two experts who testified for the state said Yanez acted according to his training throughout the traffic stop and that his actions were both reasonable and necessary to preserve his life that night. He also questioned why he failed to give Castile clear commands, such as "don't move", or telling him to keep his hands on the steering wheel as officers are trained to do when they learn a driver has a firearm, especially if they become concerned about the person's movement.
Sanborn told the AP he was about 5 miles into the race when he saw the bear. I want to get on with my race'. "To scare the runners and make me lose precious time in the middle of the race!" The bear eventually found a gap large enough to get through.
The first executive order, issued on January 27 led to chaos and protests at several airports before being blocked by the courts. The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Virginia last month cited the president's campaign statements calling for a "total and complete shutdown" on Muslims entering the U.S.as evidence that the 90-day ban was unconstitutionally "steeped in animus and directed at a single religious group", rather than necessary for national security.