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Watch video of Trump and other White House officials dance in Riyadh

But the nations of the Middle East can not wait for American power to crush this enemy for them. President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani expects to meet with his USA counterpart Donald Trump on the sidelines of a conference in Saudi Arabia. The Kuwaiti leader referred to Trump as "my brother". US President Donald Trump is expected to underline the need to confront extremism in Islam when he makes a speech in Saudi Arabia later on Sunday.

Times Square motorist faces court

About 20 other people were injured. People were being dragged, they were on top of the vehicle. The auto eventually came to a halt after Mr Rojas crashed into a pole on 45th street, near Broadway. Richard Rojas, 26, charged with slamming his speeding vehicle into pedestrians on the sidewalks of Times Square, killing a teenage tourist and injuring almost two dozen people, said he wanted to "kill them all" and police should have shot him to stop him, a prosecutor revealed Friday.

Canadian woman among Times Square crash victims

The suspect reportedly told the authorities that he had smoked marijuana laced with PCP before the rampage. Rojas was charged at the time with misdemeanor battery and resisting an officer without violence, but it was unclear how the case was resolved.

Taunton River Canoers Find Body

Officials with the Taunton Police Department, Taunton Fire Department and EMS responded to find a body on the bank of the river, in heavy debris. Authorities confirmed that the body was that of a male, about 40-years-old, and that the body had been in the water for some time.

Grand jury doesn't indict officer for fatally shooting teen

King was fatally shot by Mason Sept. 14 when he displayed what turned out to be a BB gun, the Columbus Dispatch reported. Police have said King was in a group of young men who had robbed a man of 10 dollars at gunpoint. Ginther also called for the "proceedings of the grand jury" to be unsealed and for the results of the police investigation to be made publicly available as soon as possible.

Comey's father: Trump was 'scared to death' of Federal Bureau of Investigation director

Donald Trump embarks on his first trip overseas as president today amid growing controversy at home over his firing of former FBI Director James B. Comey and the special counsel probe of Russian interference and potential connections to Trump aides.

Comey associate confirms Trump asked for loyalty

White House officials dispute the accuracy of that account, which relied on unnamed sources who reportedly have spoken with Comey about the meeting. "They will not be influenced by the President saying, "I'm not under investigation" or 'Don't be bothered with this, there's nothing there'".

Senate intel head: Flynn won't comply with subpoena

In 2016, House Republicans issued a subpoena to Bryan Pagliano, Hillary Clinton's former technology aide, and voted to find him in contempt when he failed to comply. Earlier on Thursday, the committee's Republican chairman, Sen. The White House says an investigation will prove there was no collusion. Friday's report quotes Trump calling ousted FBI Director James Comey "crazy" and "a real nut job".

Special counsel's Russian Federation probe may limit congressional access

Democratic Rep. Jackie Speier of California said Rosenstein made clear Mueller has "carte blanche authority" in his investigation, and many members expressed confidence in Mueller, a former FBI director. The report is the latest in a steady stream of bad headlines for the White House related to the fallout of Comey's firing. The top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, Mark Warner, said he expects Comey to "shed light on issues critical to this Committee's investigation of ...

Trump signs off on $110B arms deal in Saudi Arabia

The administration cast the deal as a renewal of U.S. commitment to the region, though numerous sales included in the agreement were approved by the Obama administration. Trump has been tending to official business on his first day overseas as president. Leaders in the Gulf are also eager to hear Trump's plan for combating what they regard as Iran's destabilizing presence in Iraq, Syria and Yemen.

Flash Flood Watch in effect through Saturday in Pettis County

Some locations that will experience flooding include Hillsville, Dugspur and Woodlawn. Additional rainfall amounts of 1 to 2 inches are possible today.> Flooding in low lying and flood prone areas will be likely, especially in urban areas and the Interstate 20 corridor.

Trump denies collusion with Kremlin during campaign

Democratic lawmakers for weeks have been calling for the appointment of an independent prosecutor to head the investigation, particularly since Trump abruptly fired former FBI chief James Comey last week in the middle of the agency's probe into Russia's involvement in the United States elections and the Kremlin's links with the mogul's presidential campaign.

White Supremacists Form Literal Mob with Torches

Among those at the Saturday night protests was Richard Spencer , a white nationalist who popularized the phrase "alt-right" and is a leading figure in a fringe movement that has been described as a mix of racism, white nationalism and populism.

New Orleans removes last of four statues linked to pro-slavery era

More than 100 supporters of the removals were on hand listening to a jazz band, not unlike behavior at city parks in New Orleans on any Friday. Lee's is the last to be removed in accordance with a 2015 City Council vote. Beauregard; a statue of Confederate president Jefferson Davis; and the "Battle of Liberty Place" monument, which commemorated a white supremacist uprising against the city's racially-integrated Reconstruction government following the Civil War.

Preident Trump Delivers Strong Religious Liberty Message to Christian Students

Trump told the graduates: "This is your day and you've earned every minute of it. We don't worship Washington - we worship God". The president also urged students to dream big and hold fast to their convictions in the face of criticism.

Comey replacement could be appointed 'next week — Federal Bureau of Investigation chief sacking

When asked whether he could announce a nominee by Friday, when he is scheduled to leave for the Middle East and Europe on his first trip overseas as president, Trump responded, "Even that is possible". Alice Fisher, a former head of the Justice Department's Criminal Division, was the first to arrive on Saturday morning. Special Agent in Charge Adam Lee of the FBI's Richmond, Virginia office, leaves the U.S.

Ceremony to be held for Peace Officers

Trump signed a proclamation to mark Peace Officers' Memorial Week and Police Week. The first National Police Memorial Day was proclaimed by President John F. Lee and Moss, who were most recently added to the local memorial, also have been added to the Law Enforcement Memorial Wall in Washington, D.C. Rose said all the work put into making this bill a law is worth it to remember Minnesota's fallen heroes and support their surviving families.

House oversight panel chairman Chaffetz to depart Congress June 30

Chaffetz first ran for Congress in 2008 and went on to serve as chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. The governor and legislators have been tussling over whether the state needs to pass emergency laws for a special election.

President Trump will not name Federal Bureau of Investigation director before overseas trip

The attorney in question is former Democratic Senator Joe Lieberman. But he made clear it was not his intention for Trump or other White House officials to use the document to justify firing Comey, which is what they have done. Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina, told A.P. he thinks Lieberman might be the only selection "that could get 100 votes that I know of". Among their concerns was Lieberman's past praise of Michael Flynn, Trump's first national security adviser, who was sacked in ...

Trump's woes at home mount as he begins foreign tour

Trump secure the White House by scoring the electoral college, though Democratic rival Hillary Clinton won the popular vote. The newspaper cites the White House's official written account of the Oval Office meeting. "I faced great pressure because of Russian Federation". Saudi Arabia has said Mr Trump's trip will conclude political and commercial agreements and will help bolster the joint fight against Islamist militants.

Trump says he's 'very close' to naming an FBI director

President Donald Trump answered in the affirmative when asked Thursday if Lieberman was under consideration. That was two days after Rosenstein named Mueller as a special counsel to investigate possible coordination between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign to influence the 2016 presidential election.

Why Dems Don't Want Lieberman as FBI Director

Lieberman emerged a day earlier as the apparent front-runner, though, a development that received a largely positive response from Republicans. Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina, told A.P. He was an independent in his last term and retired in 2013. Besides being Connecticut's USA senator for 14 years, Lieberman unsuccessfully ran for the presidency, was Al Gore's running mate and was considered a vice presidential possibility when Sen.

OSU holds off OU 9-7 in Bedlam opener

Before we get too far though, let's see how the Cowboys came back from the brink to claim the HUGE victory. Garrett Benge was walked, then swiped second while Garrett McCain was able to scamper home to take the early lead. CITY-The Cowboys' season is not over. Lienhard had his fair share of baserunners, as he walked three and hit OU players with pitches, but he always found his way out of jams.

Cloud Computing pulls off surprise win in Preakness

Senior Investment, a 30-1 long shot, finished third, 4 3/4 lengths behind Classic Empire , the Arkansas Derby victor and second favorite in the Preakness at 2-1 odds. They had watched Cloud Computing's first three races, all this year at Aqueduct, and had noted his excellent look and his capacity to overcome hard starts.

George H.W. Bush weighs in on Ailes' death

She called him "a loving husband" and "patriot". Meanwhile, Gabriel Sherman, a journalist who has written extensively on Ailes and who recently sold a miniseries based on his reporting to Showtime called Secure and Hold: The Last Days of Roger Ailes , revealed that at least one of Ailes' sexual harassment victims believed his passing to be a form of "justice".

8 injured after plane clips LA airport truck

The injured have been taken to the hospital. Life just got a little better for A-listers now forced to mingle with the riffraff at Los Angeles International Airport: The airport to the stars and prime TMZ hunting grounds this week opened what it's calling the Private Suite, essentially a very high-end terminal for celebrities and others with the financial means and desire to avoid paparazzi and the 99%, reports CBS-LA.

Hahn grabs lead on 'Moving Day' ahead of Horschel, Day

Last week at the Players Championship, Jason Day had an opportunity on the weekend to charge up the leaderboard and finally get his season on track. Prior to his victory at the 2016 Wells Fargo, Hahn had missed eight consecutive cuts. "It was nice to get it up and down". The stocky Kokrak may need the added cushion as the chasing pack includes world number one Dustin Johnson, who shot his second 67 to be six-under on 134.

Border Patrol Arrests 7, Some Linked to L.A.-based Criminal Organization

Border Patrol at a detention facility near San Diego, according to her attorney, Monika Langarica". Rueda was arrested for residing in the country illegally and violating the terms of her visa, according to the border patrol. The Los Angeles Immigrant Youth Coalition said Rueda qualifies for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, and is urging the border patrol to release her from their Chula Vista offices so she may file her DACA application.

Man shot and killed at a home by Pleasanton police officer

It was unclear if the gunman shot his own gun during the incident. No one inside the home was hurt and none of the officers was injured. An officer fired, hitting the suspect who died from those injuries at the scene. Police said the incident began with a 911 call for a family disturbance from a residence on Burgundy Drive, around 11:30 a.m. Police have closed off Burgundy Drive, as well as Touriga Drivebetween Chablis Court and Tawny Drive, for the investigation.

US first lady ignores Donald Trump's criticism and shuns headscarf

The State Department said the agreement could support "tens of thousands of new jobs in the United States". Deputy Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman, second deputy premier and minister of defense, and US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson exchanged two memorandums to modernize and revamp Saudi defense capabilities.

Racial slurs hurled at lawmaker after calling for Trump's impeachment

The main reason not to use it is that the chief complaint against Trump is that he threatens US democracy not (chiefly) by breaking laws, but by undermining the norms that are just as important to democratic governance as the laws and constitutional provisions.

Penn State frat brother 'didn't know what to do' about unconscious pledge

The new details were revealed Friday after authorities announced charges against 18 members of Beta Theta Pi and the fraternity itself over the death of 19-year-old sophomore Timothy Piazza , of Lebanon, New Jersey. He died February 4 as a result of a traumatic brain injury. The drinking was captured on surveillance system, according to the report . Young: Aggravated assault, involuntary manslaughter, simple assault, reckless endangerment, evidence tampering, hazing, alcohol-related ...

Trump Denies Asking Comey to Drop Investigation of Michael Flynn

Political observers have said it's been a very bad week for President Donald Trump, and that notion is underscored by a new Morning Consult/POLITICO survey that shows his support continues to decline as many voters expressed concern about his fitness for office.

Senate intel chairman: No decision from Flynn on honoring subpoena

At the time, Trump said he fired Flynn because he misled senior administration officials, including the vice president, about his contacts with Russian officials. Also Thursday, the House intelligence committee asked for more government documents about the ouster of FBI Director Jim Comey and conversations he had with President Donald Trump about the investigations into Russian election meddling.

Donald Trump says first trip overseas as president 'tremendous'

More than a dozen horses flanked the presidential limousine Saturday as Trump was slowly driven to the Royal Court in Riyadh. As he arrived, Trump told the king the spectacle was "very impressive". Anticipation around what Melania and Ivanka would wear during the visit had been building for days: Saudi Arabia is a religious state with some of the world's harshest restrictions on women.