Trump's lawyers had appealed the ruling, which was set to go into effect on Wednesday. The subpoena from the House Oversight Committee will be unenforceable while the Supreme Court decides whether to take up the case.
Emily Maitlis, the BBC journalist who interviewed him, revealed Monday that it had taken a full year to get the prince to agree to the sit-down — and it only happened after the Queen gave the final nod. The Duke told her team that “he must ‘seek approval from higher up,'” she wrote in a piece for the Times of London. “It dawns on us then that he means the Queen herself. At 8 a.m. the next day we have a message telling us to call his office. The Queen, it seems, is on board”... She said she was brought into Buckingham Palace for the interview via “the Queen’s own entrance.”
According to KOCO 5 News, an eye witness said a man shot and killed two people in the parking lot, then turned to gun on himself and took his own life after a third person with a concealed carry permit confronted him.
Appearing on Fox News Channel’s Sunday Morning Futures, Democrat Rep. Jeff Van Drew (NJ), who opposes impeachment, revealed some Democrats are privately expressing “concern” about the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump.
"Did the President lie? Was the President not truthful in his responses to the Mueller investigation?" House general counsel Douglas Letter told the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit about why the House now needs access to grand jury material Mueller collected in his investigation.
The comments — made in Washington at a meeting of the Democracy Alliance, a powerful network of liberal donors... “This is still a country that is less revolutionary than it is interested in improvement,” Obama said. “They like seeing things improved. But the average American doesn’t think that we have to completely tear down the system and remake it. And I think it’s important for us not to lose sight of that.”
The three sentence statement issued to the press did not name a new president for the agency, but assured that Pope Francis would soon name "an individual with a high professional profile and competence at the international level"... The financial watchdog agency has been at the center of highly unusual developments in recent weeks. Its offices were raided by Vatican police Oct. 1 and its director, Brülhart's immediate subordinate, was suspended from duty on suspicion of possible financial impropriety.