One of the religious liberty cases the Supreme Court Justices won't be hearing this term is the issue of Maryland High School student Caleigh Wood, who refused to take part in a school assignment to write the Islamic conversion prayer that states “… there is no god but Allah,” because she believed it directly contradicted her Christian faith.
President Trump has ratcheted up his claim that the Obama White House spied on his 2016 campaign, charging in a new book that it was a “treasonous” act by the former Democratic president. “What they did was treasonous, OK? It was treasonous,” he told author Doug Wead for his upcoming book, "Inside Trump's White House: The Real Story of His Presidency." “The interesting thing out of all of this is that we caught them spying on the election. They were spying on my campaign. So you know? What is that all about?” said Trump...
Eric Trump, an executive vice president at the Trump Organization, told the Journal that one of the main reasons behind the possible sale of the hotel is that "People are objecting to us making so much money on the hotel, and therefore we may be willing to sell"... The hotel could fetch upwards of $500 million for the leasing rights, or as the Journal said, about $2 million per room. If the hotel fetches around the $2 million per room, it "would make the sale one of the highest-priced hotel deals ever."
Chief U.S. District Judge Beryl Howell made the directive in a brief order on Friday. Democrats had requested that the department provide the material, which was redacted from Mueller’s report, as part of their ongoing impeachment inquiry against President Trump.
#ProjectOdin update. Posting/media/reading all working, just moderation to finish up. Thanks to everybody reaching out and offering to help test. Unrelated, but I took my dog for an off-the-leash walk. Looking happy because she is not often off her leash in public. pic.twitter.com/GVY5YvCEra
Huffman was set to be released from prison Sunday, according to prison records, even though that was the 13th day of her sentence. She was released Friday as is normal policy for inmates who are set to be released on weekends, according to a prison official.
The exposed user data for the nearly 7.5 million accounts included email addresses, the Adobe products they subscribed to, account creation date, subscription and payment status, local timezone, member ID, time of last login, and whether they were an Adobe employee. While no passwords or financial information such as credit card numbers were exposed, the data is sensitive enough to cause real problems for Creative Cloud users...
"Something you were saying that really stuck with me is internally at your organizations there's such a stark distinction between news and opinion," Zuckerberg said. "As a consumer of the stuff, sometimes the stuff blends together and even despite how rigorous your organization and others are at making sure those are kept separate … it's not always clear to the public."
“Is Robert around?” Giuliani asks. “He’s in Turkey,” the man responds. Giuliani replies instantly. “The problem is we need some money.” The two men then go silent. Nine seconds pass. No word is spoken. Then Giuliani chimes in again. “We need a few hundred thousand,” he says.
“There’s plenty more to come out,” Giuliani says. “He did the same thing in China. And he tried to do it in Kazakhstan and in Russia.” “It’s a sad situation,” he adds. “You know how they get? Biden has been been trading in on his public office since he was a senator.” Shortly after, Giuliani turns to Hunter Biden. “When he became vice president, the kid decided to go around the world and say, ‘Hire me because I’m Joe Biden’s son.’ And most people wouldn’t hire him because he had a drug problem.”
Giuliani had called the reporter earlier that day and then "butt-dialed" the reporter at 11pm and went to voicemail. The voicemail was left on Oct. 16th, but NBC decided only to publish it now?
The billionaire super-donor noted that while he won’t take a “public stance,” he thinks Warren “has emerged as the clear-cut person to beat,” according to an interview with the New York Times published Friday. “I do believe that she is the most qualified to be president,” he continued.