- A billboard in Texas made waves on social media Tuesday after its message was posted online.
- Tensions over illegal immigration and family separations at the border boiled over on Capitol Hill Tuesday night, as President Trump was met with profanity and heckling, blue-faced congressmen on his way to a meeting with top House Republicans.
- Trump's wise to quit the UN Human Rights Council -- It's an oxymoron not worthy of our respect or supportPresident Trump has rightly decided to terminate U.S. membership on what U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Tuesday called the “misnamed” U.N. “Human Rights” council.
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- A South Carolina city, once a crucial slave trading port, approved a symbolic resolution on Tuesday denouncing slavery, with the promise of change.
- 'Star Trek' star George Takei says US family separation policy is worse than Japanese internment campsWhen George Takei was 5 years old, he was sent to a Japanese internment camp, but the \"Star Trek\" star says that the United States\' current family separation policy is \"in one core, horrifying way\" worse.
- A man who opened fire at a Walmart Supercenter in Washington state on Sunday was reportedly a convicted felon and wasn\'t allowed to have a gun.
- Ellen Pompeo says her new \"Grey\'s Anatomy\" deal was all about timing.
- Police in New Orleans are searching for a man who stole an SUV while wearing a hospital gown.
The former deputy city attorney for the city of Mission has found himself back on a state district court bench. Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Jaime Tijerina as the judge of the 93rd District Court, following the late-February indictment of judge Rudy Delgago on bribery charges. Delgado was then suspended, and in late April announced […]
(AP) – House Republican leaders searching for a way to tamp down the controversy over family separations at the U.S.-Mexico border are getting little clear direction from President Donald Trump. When Trump visited the Capitol on Tuesday to discuss immigration, he told House Republicans he is behind their rival immigration bills “1,000 percent.” Whether Trump’s […]
(AP) – Canada’s Senate has given final passage to the federal government’s bill to legalize recreational cannabis, though Canadians will have to wait at least a few months to legally buy marijuana. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government had hoped to make pot legal by July 1, but the government has said provincial and territorial governments […]