Jorge Rios, 33, was taken into custody in connection with the death of 45-year-old Carolina Cano, a nanny originally from Peru, according to the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office. Her body was found March 24 in a lake in Lincoln Park in Jersey City.
Cano’s roommate told New York's WNBC-TV that Cano had gone for a jog around 5:30 a.m. but never returned. Her body was found around 7:30 a.m. The county Medical Examiner’s Office determined that Cano had been raped, strangled and submerged in the lake.
BREAKING: A high level source within the Ecuadorian state has told @WikiLeaks that Julian Assange will be expelled within "hours to days" using the #INAPapers offshore scandal as a pretext--and that it already has an agreement with the UK for his arrest.https://t.co/adnJph79wq
Facce, a transgender woman who was born Jimmy Maurice Lewis II, was stopped by police at George Bush International Airport in Houston on her way back from Mexico after a fresh round of surgery, according to The Telegraph. The newspaper said Facce, 37, is being charged with robbing a Mississippi bank last month. Witnesses described the suspect as someone who just had plastic surgery, because her lips were swollen. Facce has also been charged with bank robberies in Alabama, Texas, Georgia and Tennessee, and has allegedly demanded up to $20,000 in cash, the paper said.
Democrats, in an attempt to paint Republicans — again — as “anti-women,” snuck a gun control measure inside a bill to reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act.
“How it’s written right now, you could be convicted for a misdemeanor stalking offense for a tweet that causes someone emotional distress and then you would be prohibited from owning a firearm,” Baker explained to The New York Times.
And there is this: With men now claiming to be women, how is the Violence Against Women Act prepared to deal with that? If it passes as is, will female abuses have to give up their guns? Democratic policies are riddles surrounded by questions wrapped in enigmas...
Cohen's lawyers told House Democrats on Thursday that he had discovered substantial files on a hard drive that may be helpful to investigators, CNN reported, and asked for the start of his sentence to be "substantially postponed" so he could have time to review them. The letter also reportedly asked for a reduced prison term for Cohen's continuing cooperation.
Unlike traditional satellite internet, these plans involve the use of satellites in low Earth orbit, which can be operated cheaply and with lower latencies. SpaceX has plans to launch as many as 12,000 satellites as part of its Starlink constellation, OneWeb wants to launch 650 satellites, and Facebook is also developing an internet satellite of its own.
The man, who investigators consider the mastermind of the plot, admitted after his arrest that he wanted to enter the kindergarten, attack the children, and then take some hostage until police arrived, at which point he would attempt to kill the police officers.
The suspect also spoke highly of terrorist Mohamed Merah, the Islamic extremist who was behind the Toulouse and Montauban shootings that targetted French soldiers along with teachers and children at a Jewish school in 2012.
The US handed over the Camp Kearney base in Paktika Province to the Afghan government in 2014, with an estimated $8 billion in equipment still inside. Today, the estimation is that about $1 billion worth of equipment is left.
So what happened between then and now that cost the site about $7 billion? Mass looting. The provincial governor says that former governors, local mayors, MPs, and commanders have all had a go at the site, and everyone has been entering the base and taking anything that isn’t nailed down.
Concern over the laptops and the FBI’s immunity agreement with Clinton’s lawyers to gain limited access to them was first reported by Fox New’s Catherine Herridge in 2016. Herridge revealed that Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson were granted immunity by the Justice Department in June, 2016, approximately one month before the FBI closed its criminal investigation into Clinton in exchange for access to the laptops that contained classified information.
Rybicki’s testimony, however, makes clear that the DOJ didn’t want to give the FBI access to the laptops. It’s also revealing in its nature, suggesting the the FBI agents – which believed the laptops contained classified information – chose to act differently than in has in other similar cases. They did not use their prerogative to obtain a Grand Jury subpoena for the equipment or issue a warrant to gain possession of them. Instead, the FBI negotiated and relied heavily on those they were investigating, Clinton and her lawyers, to set the terms of the deal, as previously reported.
Shortly before Special Counsel Robert Mueller filed his report on the Russia investigation last month, Sens. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., alerted Attorney General Bill Barr to what they described as the "selective" use of emails in Mueller court filings -- as well as potential “improper political influence, misconduct, and mismanagement” in the FBI's original Russia probe.
In a March 8 letter, Grassley and Graham referred Barr to a letter sent to Mueller in late 2017 that alleged his investigators had cherry-picked details from emails to include in court documents, urging him to review the materials. They also notified him that they had asked DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz a year earlier to review the original FBI probe.
“I’m very happy with the results and very impressed with Judge Nathan’s analysis,” Musk told reporters after a nearly two-hour hearing during which Musk’s and SEC lawyers argued whether Musk should be held in contempt.
Judge Alison Nathan ordered the parties to confer for at least one hour over the next two weeks to try and settle their disagreements over Musk’s February 19 Tweet.
Miguel Martinez, 44, was arrested on 100 counts of possession of pornography involving juveniles under the age of 13 years old, one count of production under the age of 13, and one count of sexual battery of a juvenile under the age of 13. Landry says Martinez was living in Harvey, Louisiana illegally...
In the wake of a Democratic request to the IRS to obtain copies of six years of President Trump’s personal and business tax returns, Republicans are charging that Democrats are taking presidential harassment to a new level in a move that amounts to sour grapes after Attorney General William Barr reached anticlimactic conclusions from the Mueller report... House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said the request is “not only is it a waste of time, it sets a dangerous standard of having the federal government used as a political weapon.”... Across the aisle, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi contended that “the law is very clear” that the president’s returns are subject to congressional review, reading the text of the law from U.S. code to reporters at her news conference.
The researchers recruited more than a thousand volunteers from 59 countries via their website, microdosingpsychedelics.com. The volunteers agreed to microdose once every three days for a month. They also completed daily evaluations of their emotional states and submitted journals of their experiences.
The volunteers commonly reported an increase in positive emotions, finding social interactions easier, and having fewer headaches. Many also said that microdosing improved their productivity and helped them focus. As one participant wrote: “Feeling productive, able to focus on what I choose, enjoying relationships, good energy, and not recalling that I took anything.”
The Oscar-winning former "House of Cards" actor won't be present for Thursday's hearing at Nantucket District Court. Spacey's attorneys have been seeking to preserve phone and electronic records between the man — who says Spacey unzipped his pants and fondled him — and the man's girlfriend at the time. Spacey pleaded not guilty in January to felony indecent assault and battery. His lawyers have called the accusations "patently false."
During the presidential campaign, Cain became known for his so-called “9-9-9” tax plan, which would have replaced much of the U.S. tax code with a flat 9 percent tax on sales transactions as well as corporate and individual income.
Elon Musk is finally having his day in court. And it looks as though, barring any surprises, he will walk out of the courtroom as CEO of Tesla, just as he walked in. It also looks as though the SEC and Musk's lawyers will be hammering out a revised copy of their settlement agreement because the first one worked out so well.
"I have great respect for the justice system," he hilariously said upon arrival, according to CNBC
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