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A worker at a Texas fast-food restaurant was fired after she refused to serve two police officers, the company said Saturday.
In a lengthy post on the Denison Police Department's Facebook page, Chief Jay Burch alleged the officers were cursed at by the employee and that the restaurant manager’s only response was “I don’t get into politics.” A worker at a Texas fast-food restaurant was fired after she refused to serve two police officers, the company said Saturday.
Mark Offerdahl grew up in Australia, played club rugby in France and Wales, became an entrepreneur in London, and is about to captain USA at a World Cup. Mark Offerdahl grew up in Australia, played club rugby in France and Wales, became an entrepreneur in London, and is about to captain USA at a World Cup. Mark Offerdahl will skipper USA at the Rugby League World Cup, which kicks off in Australia on 27 October, when the hosts take on England in the opening match.
McMaster added that Trump is not yet ready to walk away from the deal, and is waiting to see if there is real change or the ability of Congress to address the issues regarding monitoring Iran and whether the country is complying with the agreement.
National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster on Sunday addressed President Trump’s decision last week to nix the Iran nuclear deal unless the rogue nation fully complies with the 2015 international pact, saying it’s not a “trustworthy regime” and that it has already “crossed the line several times.”
Industry players hope solar growth in states that form Trump’s political base will influence how he decides later this yar in a trade case they fear could lead to tariffs on solar panels imported to the U.S.. (Follow Trump’s impact on energy, environment, healthcare, immigration and the economy at The Trump Effect www.reuters.com/trump-effect)
Yet the solar power industry is booming across Trump country, fueled by falling development costs and those same subsidies, which many Republicans in Congress continue to support.
The remains of an Arizona kindergarten teacher who went missing after she bailed out a man from jail may have been found, police said.
Deer Valley Unified School District announced the death of Cathryn Gorospe, a kindergarten teacher, in a statement Saturday. Gorospe vanished last week after she bailed out a man from jail who police said she might have been involved with romantically.
The Death of Stalin, which chronicles the Kremlin infighting in the aftermath of the Soviet leader’s death in 1953, stars Steve Buscemi as Nikita Khrushchev, who eventually succeeds Stalin, and Simon Russell-Beale as Lavrentiy Beria, Stalin’s odious secret police chief.
“The death of any person is not a subject for comedy, and even more so the death of a head of state and a great leader,” said Nikolai Starikov, a politician who leads a fringe nationalist party and has written a series of bestselling books on Russian history, including one glorifying Stalin.
J.P. Morgan, the largest U.S. bank by assets, is due to report third-quarter results before the market opens Thursday, kicking off bank earnings season.
Investors will be keen to hear more from Mr. Dimon on how he views current U.S. policy and where banks stand with potential financial regulatory changes that have yet to come.
Dick Gregory, the comedian and civil rights activist who died this year, played the role of the Shakespearean fool to white America, quipping subversive sentiments about race relations in a manner that made his audience chuckle even as they were being stung by the truth.
Where: Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, Lovelace Studio Theater, 9390 N. Santa Monica Blvd., Beverly Hills. When: 8 p.m. Thursdays-Fridays, 2:30 and 8 p.m. Saturdays, 2:30 p.m. Sundays; ends Nov. 19
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is revamping a program that puts foreign-born recruits on a fast-track to U.S. citizenship in exchange for military service as doctors, nurses and language experts.
PENTAGON INVESTIGATORS FIND ‘SECURITY RISKS’ IN GOVERNMENT'S IMMIGRANT RECRUITMENT PROGRAM, ‘INFILTRATION’ FEARED. Defense Department investigators discovered “potential security risks” in the MAVNI program after a year-long investigation, Fox News reported exclusively in August. Sources told Fox News that MAVNI’s problems included a vetting backlog that led to enrollment of many soldiers prior to completion of their background checks, and an attendant “drift” in the program’s criteria, with MAVNI being used as a vehicle for the hiring of workers – like cooks, drivers and mechanics – who did not possess the specialized skills the program was created to exploit.
Lufthansa expects to announce later on Thursday the purchase of large parts of insolvent German airline Air Berlin, Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr has confirmed.
"Today will be a milestone in the history of Lufthansa and Air Berlin," said Spohr in Berlin ahead of the expected announcement around 12pm that a formal deal has been agreed between the airlines. Germany's largest airline is expected to buy Air Berlin's low-cost leisure airline Niki, its LG Walter regional airline as well as up to half of Air Berlin's A320 fleet.