The documents released Friday include a series of text messages exchanged by Parnas and an aide to Rep. Devin Nunes (Calif.), the top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, apparently seeking information gathered by Parnas in the spring of 2019.
A federal appeals court on Friday dismissed a lawsuit by 21 young people who claimed the U.S. government’s climate policy harms them and jeopardizes their future. An Oregon-based youth advocacy group named Our Children’s Trust and Earth Guardians filed a lawsuit in 2015 on behalf of the youngsters, seeking an injunction ordering the government to implement a plan to phase out fossil fuel emissions and draw down atmospheric carbon dioxide emission.
Appearing on "America's Newsroom" with hosts Bill Hemmer and Sandra Smith, the Fox News contributor said that he would encourage viewers to listen to Parnas and Igor Fruman's full interview with MSNBC host Rachel Maddow and "not just the snippets." "Remember, Parnas was upset because he expected Giuliani and Trump to come to his defense," said Gowdy. "This is a guy charged with falsifying records, making a false statement, conspiracy to defraud the FEC."
In his first comments on the issue since the documents were released Tuesday evening, Pompeo said he had never met nor communicated with Parnas, adding that he thought much of what had been reported on the issue would be proven wrong.
MSU’s Young Americans for Liberty chapter filed a federal lawsuit against the New Jersey public university Thursday, targeting three “sets of policies” as unconstitutional. The first is the speech permit policy, which prematurely ended YAL’s September protest against gun-free zones, according to the suit.
The warrant for criminal gang participation stated Lane was associated with The Base when he conspired to commit murder between Aug. 2, 2019, and Jan. 14. Two other North Georgia men were arrested for their part in the plot... The arrest appears to be in concert with the arrest of three other men in Maryland — including a former Canadian Armed Forces reservist who was in the country illegally, Patrik Jordan Mathews. In addition, Mathews had reportedly made trips to Georgia to train with members of the group, the New York Times reported.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents in Guatemala worked with national police to apprehend approximately 300 migrants in a group that left Honduras on foot earlier this week, the Associated Press reported Friday. Guatemalan law enforcement said the U.S. paid for the three buses used to take the hundreds back to Honduras, signaling a new level of American involvement in blocking migration from the region.
Schools and school districts continue to tell us that there is still too much food waste and that more common-sense flexibility is needed to provide students nutritious and appetizing meals. We listened and now we’re getting to work. https://t.co/9cqYHlInuU
An international team of researchers has created what’s called a “strange metal” — and they say it could help harness the potential of the quantum world in a practical way. Specifically, the metal provides evidence for the quantum entanglement nature of quantum criticality. But that’s a lot to unpack, so let’s start with something most of us probably learned about in elementary school: phase transitions.
Demand from the automotive sector has been growing as a result of tightening emissions legislation, most notably in China.” The majority of the world’s palladium and rhodium supplies are used in autos for catalytic converters, which control exhaust emissions. Futures for palladium PAH20, +2.64% consistently hit record highs in 2019, ending the year with a gain of almost 60%. They settled at a record $2,177.80 an ounce on Jan. 16. Rhodium has seen spot prices climb by more than 30% from the end of last year to $8,100 an ounce on Jan. 16, from about $6,050 an ounce on Dec. 31
The account teases the multibillionaire, who has had a Spanish tutor since the start of his first mayoral campaign, on his mangled pronunciation of the second most spoken language in the U.S... Rachel Figueroa, a Staten Island resident who runs the account, told The Hill a producer at Hawkfish, the Bloomberg-owned tech firm that’s handling the campaign’s digital presence, reached out to her Wednesday asking if they could create content together... "I appreciate you thinking of me but no thank you," she responded.
The government department recommended a major downgrading of his protection, with a final decision ultimately resting on Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the sources said. The decision could also have major implications for Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle as they step down from royal duties...
Description: HEAT courses are designed to prepare NGO staff for operating in challenging international environments through in-person simulations. Actors take on varying roles (terrorist, IED victim, hostage, rescue team) throughout each workshop. The work can be intense (both physically and mentally) but also very rewarding.
This casting call was posted on January 14th and says that is is for an 'ongoing live role-playing project". The location is approximately 2 hours away from Richmond, VA. EYES ON.