People

However, two sources familiar with the conversation said Mueller told the lawyers Trump was not a criminal target at this point. If Mueller accepts the finding of the OLC that a sitting president cannot constitutionally be indicted, then Trump couldn't ever be a "target" of an investigation.
  • 'Final evacuation deal' reached for Syria's Ghouta

    'Final evacuation deal' reached for Syria's Ghouta

    People

    They relocated to northern Syria last week. The government lost control of Douma , the largest urban center in the eastern suburbs of Damascus in insurgent hands, in the early phase of Syria's civil war, now in its eighth year. But according to multiple reports on Friday, Trump is actually telling advisers that he wants to bring USA fighters in Syria back home. A senior administration official said Trump has requested pullout plans and has had conversations with Chief of Staff ...
  • Residents Urge El Dorado County Board to Oppose 'Sanctuary State' Law

    Residents Urge El Dorado County Board to Oppose 'Sanctuary State' Law

    People

    The ballot initiative aims to require local law enforcement to notify federal authorities when it has an illegal in custody and cooperate with ICE officials, impose criminal penalties for officials who obstruct immigration enforcement, and stop the Department of Motor Vehicles from issuing new licenses to illegal aliens.
  • Mexico throws bureaucracy at northbound migrant caravan as dispersal begins

    Mexico throws bureaucracy at northbound migrant caravan as dispersal begins

    People

    Under Republican President George W. Bush, the National Guard between 2006 and 2008 provided border-related intelligence analysis, but had no direct law enforcement role. Cash cow Nafta is in play, as is foreign aid to Honduras and the countries that allow this to happen. "ACT CONGRESS", he tweeted . Jaqueline, a Honduran migrant who declined to give her last name, said she would continue with the caravan for as long as it lasted.
  • Four members of British family die in Florida auto crash

    Four members of British family die in Florida auto crash

    People

    The vehicle, carrying Jennifer and Sarah Hart and at least three of their six adopted children, had stopped on a dirt pullout off Highway 1 on March 26 before accelerating about 70 feet to the edge of the cliff, the California Highway Patrol said, citing an analysis of the vehicle's onboard computer.
  • Wind advisory issued for Cumberland County Wednesday

    Wind advisory issued for Cumberland County Wednesday

    People

    Forecasters expect dangerously high wind gusts, plummeting temperatures and precipitation that will transition from rain to snow. Sustained wind speeds of at least 40 miles per hour or gusts of 58 miles per hour or more can lead to property damage.&&$$.
  • Trump plans to deploy military forces at US-Mexico border

    Trump plans to deploy military forces at US-Mexico border

    People

    Trump said that the US-Mexican borders are unprotected by laws, while holding high hopes from the ruling government to act together to make powerful laws like Canada and Mexico . Under Operation Jump Start, 6,000 National Guard troops were sent to assist border patrol with non-law-enforcement duties while additional border agents were hired and trained.
  • Air Lease Corporation places new 737 MAX 8 with Boeing

    Air Lease Corporation places new 737 MAX 8 with Boeing

    People

    The deal could be worth anywhere between $7.2 billion and $9.7 billion, depending on the type of jet acquired and based on list prices. The airline has already placed order for 75 Boeing 737 Max aircraft and their delivery is expected to commence by July-August.
  • Man arrested after reported sexual assault near VCU

    Man arrested after reported sexual assault near VCU

    People

    The Women's Center also is sponsoring the Clothesline Project an event where victims of sexual assault share their story through art. Norfolk Police said the 24-year-old victim called them on February 20 from Poplar Hall Park after the alleged attack.
  • Easter Sunday snow in area no April Fool's joke

    Easter Sunday snow in area no April Fool's joke

    People

    Green is light rain, blue is snow and pink is a mix, which can include a little freezing rain. The storm will produce widespread snow, which will fall heavy at times. Locations through north-central Wisconsin that tallied half a foot of snow over the weekend will stand the best chance to see the heaviest snow from this latest winter blast.
  • Trump renews call for Congress to pass border legislation

    Trump renews call for Congress to pass border legislation

    People

    Mattis, we're going to do some things militarily, until we can have a wall and proper security - we're going to be guarding our border with the military". Trump administration officials say they're crafting a new legislative package aimed at closing immigration "loopholes" following the president's calls for Republican lawmakers to immediately pass a border bill.
  • Monsoon rains to be average this year, forecasts Skymet

    Monsoon rains to be average this year, forecasts Skymet

    People

    Skymet had predicted a "below normal" monsoon in 2017. The monsoon is likely to be "normal" with little chance of drought and a 5% probability of excess rains, Skymet Weather, India's only private weather forecasting agency, said on Wednesday.
  • Allegiant to add direct flights from Syracuse to Nashville

    Allegiant to add direct flights from Syracuse to Nashville

    People

    Petersburg. The new seasonal service will operate Thursday and Sunday between Syracuse Hancock International Airport and Nashville International Airport. Travel has to take place by August 13. The route will run twice a week between Kansas City International Airport and Myrtle Beach International Airport, and expand on Allegiant's service in Myrtle Beach.
  • Anti-trust body sees 'virtual monopoly' in Grab-Uber merger

    Anti-trust body sees 'virtual monopoly' in Grab-Uber merger

    People

    Malaysia on Monday also said that it would be keeping a close watch on Grab , with the country's competition law to be invoked if the company imposes unfair practices or sudden fare increases. When deciding to sell off its entire South-east Asian business, Uber was well aware that the CCS had not yet completed its deliberations under Phase 2 of its review of the ComfortDelGro deal, and yet proceeded with the sale of its business anyway.
  • Mover within Analysts Observation: Banco Santander, SA

    People

    After the conversation, Mnuchin said on Sunday that he was "cautiously hopeful" that a contract can be reached with China. "There is no victor in a trade war", Li said, calling for a rational and earnest attitude when addressing the problem of China-U.S.
  • Marine Helicopter Crashes In Southern California; Four Presumed Dead

    Marine Helicopter Crashes In Southern California; Four Presumed Dead

    People

    The names of the crewmembers will be withheld until 24 hours after their relatives are notified, the Miramar base said. The Marine Corps CH-53E Super Stallion helicopter reportedly belonged to the 3 Marine Aircraft Wing in San Diego. The AP reports Tuesday's crash is the deadliest involving a Marine aircraft since a KC130T transport plane went down in MS last July, killing 15 Marines and a sailor.
  • Small number of rebels start to leave Syria's Douma

    Small number of rebels start to leave Syria's Douma

    People

    Eastern Ghouta, a besieged area on the outskirts of Damascus which is home to some 400,000 people, has witnessed deadly violence over the past few months, with foreign-sponsored terrorists launching mortar attacks on the Syrian capital in the face of an imminent humiliating defeat.
  • Netanyahu cancels deal on African migrants

    Netanyahu cancels deal on African migrants

    People

    Israel has no established procedure for determining the status of asylum seekers, refugees, work migrants or, in the term preferred by hard-liners, "illegal infiltrators". However, these countries were apparently unaware they will be welcoming thousands of African deportees from Israel at the time of the announcement.
  • N. Korea's Foreign Minister visits Beijing

    People

    North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho met China's chief diplomat Wang Yi in Beijing just a week after Mr Kim made a surprise trip to the Chinese capital to meet President Xi Jinping . Cassis said that he would discuss with Wang the role that Switzerland could play in the strategic meetings between Kim and "some important partners on the worldwide level", but he did not elaborate.
  • A stroke of luck give Bayern Munich the upper hand against Sevilla

    A stroke of luck give Bayern Munich the upper hand against Sevilla

    People

    Joaquin Correa was then brought down by Ribery in the Bayern box and denied a penalty, while Pablo Sarabia scuffed an effort wide of an open goal on 20 minutes as the game continued to deliver plenty of drama. "The team are a bit hurt, but we played against a great side", said Sevilla midfielder Steven N'Zonzi. "But we were badly organised after the opening 10 minutes and we did not combine well".
  • EL library to host 7th annual Books, Bites and Bids fundraiser

    EL library to host 7th annual Books, Bites and Bids fundraiser

    People

    Musician Billy Arnett will perform at a reception at 1:30 p.m. April 12. April 27: Amnesty Day: All items turned in that are less than 90 days overdue and in good condition will have fines waived. Throughout the week, all patrons who visit the library will also be able to enter a free drawing for an HPL "swag bag" (youth and adults) or a free book (children).
  • Warwick man caught drink driving twice in one night

    Warwick man caught drink driving twice in one night

    People

    A 24-year-old French national on a working holiday visa was yesterday arrested and allegedly returned a reading of 0.206. She was taken to Brunswick Heads Police Station where she allegedly returned a reading of 0.166. Weber has been convicted of drunken driving four times in Marathon County between 1991 and 2005, once in Lincoln County in 2003 and most recently in Oneida County in 2009, the complaint said.
  • Equity indices close in green; banks, auto stocks surge

    Equity indices close in green; banks, auto stocks surge

    People

    United States stock futures dropped and other Asian markets reversed an early advance, where volume was low as many markets remained closed. The Dow Jones Industrial Average slumped 459 points to close at 23,644, the Nasdaq plunged 193 points to finish at 6,870 and the S&P 500 lost 59 points to end the day at 2,582.
  • Swastika On Nazi Church Bell Anonymously Removed For 'Spring Cleaning 2018'

    Swastika On Nazi Church Bell Anonymously Removed For 'Spring Cleaning 2018'

    People

    The unknown suspects left a letter at the church in which they described their work as a "spring cleaning measure", which would allow villagers to return to everyday life instead of becoming divided over the issue. The Schweringen bell gained popularity after another town, Herxheim, faced controversy surrounding its so-called "Hitler bell", which had a swastika and the words "All for the Fatherland - Adolf Hitler" embossed on it.
  • Wells pitches, bats Wahconah softball to win over Pioneer

    Wells pitches, bats Wahconah softball to win over Pioneer

    People

    We also had in our minds that we came here past year and we got blanked. "When we were juniors we usually didn't say a whole lot, so it's a lot different when you're the only two seniors and usually the seniors are the ones to talk a lot and be loud and stuff, but we're not really like that in sports".
  • Back to the drawing board for Russia's first postal drone

    Back to the drawing board for Russia's first postal drone

    People

    According to Reuters , Russia Post, the country's postal service , had announced in 2016 that it had planned to use drones for delivery. The multicopter then descended fast into a three-story residential building where two bystanders were almost hit by the Russian drone debris, but no one was reportedly injured.
  • Mueller investigating whether Roger Stone met with Assange

    Mueller investigating whether Roger Stone met with Assange

    People

    Mueller's team reportedly asked about the email during grand jury testimony, and Nunberg told The Washington Post in March that investigators have asked about the email. "I had no advance notice of the source, contents or exact timing of the WikiLeaks disclosures despite hearsay to the contrary". But according to Stone, he never ate dinner with Assange and the email was a joke.
  • Severe Weather Alert: Thunderstorms expected Tuesday night

    Severe Weather Alert: Thunderstorms expected Tuesday night

    People

    Wednesday , and a flood advisory has been issued for the Ohio River through Friday evening. Potential severe thunderstorms will move into the Muncie area during the later hours of the night. Patrick said tonight's storm - expected to bring no more than an inch of rain in most places, possibly over two in the worst areas - shouldn't cause widespread flooding.
  • Liberal Dallet easily takes Wisconsin Supreme Court race

    Liberal Dallet easily takes Wisconsin Supreme Court race

    People

    Dallet tells The Associated Press that her win shows "people are exhausted of what's been going on in our state in terms of the money coming in to buy these elections and people spoke out tonight". "We felt compelled to get involved for the first time because there is much at stake for civil liberties, civil rights, and vulnerable communities at this time", said Chris Ott , executive director of the ACLU of Wisconsin.
  • Beto O'Rourke Announces Eye-popping Fundraising Numbers

    Beto O'Rourke Announces Eye-popping Fundraising Numbers

    People

    His haul was made up entirely of small donations, from more than 141,000 supporters. O'Rourke's campaign released the fundraising statistics Tuesday morning ahead of the April 15 deadline to report it to the Federal Election Commission. And candidates' cash on hand totals won't be available until after that, as well. But, a good chunk of O'Rourke's cash is the result of donors - inside and outside of Texas - who simply want to make Cruz sweat.
  • Sinclair forced TV anchors to criticize

    Sinclair forced TV anchors to criticize "fake" news-and Trump loved it

    People

    So amusing to watch Fake News Networks, among the most dishonest groups of people I have ever dealt with, criticize Sinclair Broadcasting for being biased. Sinclair Broadcast Group owns a growing number of local TV stations across the USA, and it's come under fire previously for newsroom tactics dictated by its Maryland headquarters.
  • White House confirms Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin will meet

    White House confirms Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin will meet

    People

    Mr Ushakov also said that the two sides had not had any "concrete discussions" about the summit since that rare Trump-Putin phone conversation. Ushakov said in Moscow on Monday that Putin would like to pursue Trump's suggestion, and called it "a rather positive idea", The New York Times reported.
  • Female suspect dead after shooting at YouTube headquarters

    Female suspect dead after shooting at YouTube headquarters

    People

    The YouTube campus houses around 1,700 workers and is spread over 200,00 sq ft. A fourth person was taken to a local hospital with an ankle injury from fleeing the scene. Product manager Todd Sherman tweeted that he first thought the rumbling of people rushing out of the building was an natural disaster. President Trump tweeted a response to the shooting.
  • Shocking! Family has emotional reunion with missing daughter after 24 years

    Shocking! Family has emotional reunion with missing daughter after 24 years

    People

    Wang briefly went to a neighboring stall to change money for a customer. His attempts to search for his daughter was reported by a local paper and the story was subsequently reported by other media. That was all good news for the couple since the news was reaching more and more people. A breakthrough came past year when a police sketch artist drew a portrait of what Qifeng might look like as an adult.
  • Kremlin aide: Summit talks in Washington with Putin was Trump's suggestion

    Kremlin aide: Summit talks in Washington with Putin was Trump's suggestion

    People

    The OPCW said Russian Federation had asked for the meeting but London has already accused Moscow of requesting the OPCW talks as a "diversionary tactic". In short, Trump hasn't delivered for Putin, whatever either one of them might have hoped for. The Baltic states are seen as a bulwark against Russian aggression in Eastern Europe.
  • Second child dies from Desert Rd crash

    Second child dies from Desert Rd crash

    People

    One of the riders died, the other was taken to Narrogin hospital. The deceased person is described to be a "John Doe" from Lancaster. Police spokesperson Chief Superintendent Paul Nyathi said by Monday 338 accidents had been recorded countrywide with 25 of them being fatal.
  • Facebook says removed over 200 accounts to Russian trolls

    People

    In his own post , Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg linked the IRA to attempts to interfere in other countries' elections, and said that the closing of the accounts and pages came after Facebook identified "a large network the IRA is using to manipulate people in Russian Federation itself".
  • Centre will pass OBC Commission bill in both houses, assures BJP President

    Centre will pass OBC Commission bill in both houses, assures BJP President

    People

    With the BJP facing heat over the issue, Mr Shah also lashed out at the Congress for politicising the Bharat Bandh called by dalit groups on Monday and blamed the opposition party for the mistreatment of Dalits. Shah said contrary to opposition allegations, the government had strengthened the Act through an amendment in 2016. "Due to the politically driven manifestations of a microscopic minority of dejected and rejected political parties, crores of innocent people suffered.
  • Trump says he will put U.S. military on southern border

    Trump says he will put U.S. military on southern border

    People

    Trump defended his embrace of Vladimir Putin on Tuesday, saying good relations were important but claiming no one had been tougher on Russian Federation. And in 2014, as a surge of unaccompanied minors from Central America crossed into the United States, Texas Gov. Rick Perry announced the activation of up to 1,000 National Guard troopsto help secure the southern border.
  • Daycare workers accused of slamming kids onto floor, stepping on them

    Daycare workers accused of slamming kids onto floor, stepping on them

    People

    After the report was made, the two workers were fired and authorities started investigating. Multiple interviews with parents revealed their children didn't enjoy nap time. Gallagher and Wendt were arrested on Friday and each placed on a $25,000 cash bond. They're scheduled to make their first court appearance on Tuesday.
  • Supreme Court declines stay on March 20 order on SC/ST Act

    Supreme Court declines stay on March 20 order on SC/ST Act

    People

    The bench, however, refused to grant an immediate stay on the operation of the judgment, clarifying that compensation can be paid to victims under The Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989, even without an FIR being registered.
  • Express Scripts Holding (ESRX) Insider Sells 19889 Shares of Stock

    People

    The stock decreased 3.37% or $1.45 during the last trading session, reaching $41.6. The company has a total of 566.84 Million shares outstanding. (NYSE:AEP) has risen 1.09% since April 3, 2017 and is uptrending. In order to determine directional movement, the 50-day and 200-day moving averages for Express Scripts Holding Company (NASDAQ: ESRX ) are $74.58 and $69.35.