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Dems ‘Plan B’ Unveiled, Move to Block Pentagon from Giving $1.5 Billion to Border Wall

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WATCH: Ex-gang member warns about the dangers of open borders The Pentagon recently authorized another $1.5 billion for 80 miles of border wall. Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan made the announcement last week. “The Department of Defense is fully engaged in addressing the crisis on our southwest border, with more than 4,000 servicemembers and 19 […] Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Supreme Court Could Rule On Abortion Issues Without Alabama Law

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Watch Video State legislatures across the country have increased their efforts to restrict or ban abortions.  Hundreds of restrictive abortion bills  have been introduced this year alone, so why is this trend picking up now?It's likely tied to the new, conservative bent on the Supreme Court. The confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh put conservative justices in the majority, and some people are hoping to use that to overturn  Roe v. Wade . The most recent controversial abortion legislation comes out of Alabama. Lawmakers there  passed a bill  that effectively bans all abortions, unless the woman's life is in danger or the fetus has a "lethal anomaly." The law was written with one goal in mind – to end up in front of the Supreme Court. But there are two cases already on the high court's docket that could be game changers in the national abortion debate. Both stem from  an Indiana law  signed in 2016 by then-Gov. Mike Pence.One case focuses on the requirement that women get an ultrasound and then wait at least 18 hours before an abortion. Two lower courts sided with the plaintiffs, Planned Parenthood, and ruled that the requirement placed an undue burden on women, blocking the law from going into effect.The other case, also filed by Planned Parenthood, targeted two different components of the law. One provision required any fetal remains from an abortion procedure to be buried or cremated. The other provision banned women from seeking an abortion solely based on race, sex, or disability of the child. Again, two lower courts ruled against the state and blocked those parts of the law. If the Supreme Court takes up one or both of the cases, the subsequent rulings could rollback some of the abortion protections tied to Roe v. Wade, or another precedent-setting case, Planned Parenthood v. Casey. But alternatively, the conservative leaning court could do the unexpected and further enshrine the constitutional right to an abortion.For both petitions, the justices haven't decided yet if they will hear Indiana's case. The Supreme Court's current term is scheduled to end in late June, and court watchers say there's a good chance the justices will decide whether or not to hear these abortion cases before then. Additional reporting from  Newsy affiliate CNN Číst dále >>>

Supreme Court Could Rule On Abortion Issues Without Alabama Law

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Watch Video State legislatures across the country have increased their efforts to restrict or ban abortions.  Hundreds of restrictive abortion bills  have been introduced this year alone, so why is this trend picking up now?It's likely tied to the new, conservative bent on the Supreme Court. The confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh put conservative justices in the majority, and some people are hoping to use that to overturn  Roe v. Wade . The most recent controversial abortion legislation comes out of Alabama. Lawmakers there  passed a bill  that effectively bans all abortions, unless the woman's life is in danger or the fetus has a "lethal anomaly." The law was written with one goal in mind – to end up in front of the Supreme Court. But there are two cases already on the high court's docket that could be game changers in the national abortion debate. Both stem from  an Indiana law  signed in 2016 by then-Gov. Mike Pence.One case focuses on the requirement that women get an ultrasound and then wait at least 18 hours before an abortion. Two lower courts sided with the plaintiffs, Planned Parenthood, and ruled that the requirement placed an undue burden on women, blocking the law from going into effect.The other case, also filed by Planned Parenthood, targeted two different components of the law. One provision required any fetal remains from an abortion procedure to be buried or cremated. The other provision banned women from seeking an abortion solely based on race, sex, or disability of the child. Again, two lower courts ruled against the state and blocked those parts of the law. If the Supreme Court takes up one or both of the cases, the subsequent rulings could rollback some of the abortion protections tied to Roe v. Wade, or another precedent-setting case, Planned Parenthood v. Casey. But alternatively, the conservative leaning court could do the unexpected and further enshrine the constitutional right to an abortion.For both petitions, the justices haven't decided yet if they will hear Indiana's case. The Supreme Court's current term is scheduled to end in late June, and court watchers say there's a good chance the justices will decide whether or not to hear these abortion cases before then. Additional reporting from  Newsy affiliate CNN Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Boy Who Wrote To Trump Overjoyed After President Writes Back

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15.5.2019 23:58
Jamie White
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Wrote Trump Overjoyed After President Writes Back

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Бристольский ученый говорит, что расшифровал таинственный манускрипт Войнича "Bristolskijj uchenyjj govorit, chto rasshifroval tainstvennyjj manuskript Vojjnicha"

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Манускрипт Войнича нередко называют самым загадочным текстом в мире. Написанный в Европе предположительно в 15 веке на чрезвычайно сложном неизвестном языке, он доселе не покорялся никому из самых опытных лингвистов. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Joe diGenova: I Believe Some Russia Hoax Architects Will Go to Prison

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enclosure image Joe diGenova predicted that "some of the people responsible" for concocting and executing the Russia hoax "are going to go to prison." Číst dále >>>

Joe diGenova: I Believe Some Russia Hoax Architects Will Go to Prison

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Joe diGenova predicted that "some of the people responsible" for concocting and executing the Russia hoax "are going to go to prison." Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Hong Kong Activists Urge US Assistance in Fighting Extradition Bill

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Hong Kong pro-democracy activists urged U.S. officials during a congressional hearing May 15 to help in fighting an extradition bill that would allow criminal suspects to be sent to mainland China. During the hearing held by the U.S. Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC), the Hongkongers expressed their concern about the Hong Kong government’s plans to […] Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Neighbors stunned by news of accidental shooting in Millington

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media thumbnail The owner of that gun, Charles McFarland, veteran from Atoka, Tennessee, is now out of jail on bond. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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