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Airlines' shrinking leg room to be investigated for safety risks

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The US government will determine whether passengers can be evacuated quickly as budget airlines look to cram in more passengers. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Bernie Sanders' Vermont Office Evacuated for 'Suspicious Package'

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The Burlington, Vermont, office of 2020 White House contender Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) was evacuated Thursday after the discovery of a "suspicious package."  Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Former ICE Director getting stuck in

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26.9.2019 23:57
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Wall money, Family detention centers, Obama
Former Director getting stuck

Tom Homan telling the Dems the truth with happened under Obama. Congress 26th Sept 2019 Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Former ICE Director getting stuck in

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26.9.2019 23:57
Obba41
Wall money, Family detention centers, Obama
Former Director getting stuck

Tom Homan telling the Dems the truth with happened under Obama. Congress 26th Sept 2019 Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Former ICE Director getting stuck in

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26.9.2019 23:57
Obba41
Wall money, Family detention centers, Obama
Former Director getting stuck

Tom Homan telling the Dems the truth with happened under Obama. Congress 26th Sept 2019 Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Tories targeting 50 marginals in upcoming election as Boris Johnson predicts 'functional majority' 

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enclosure image The Prime Minister told his Cabinet that the strategy is to target 50 marginal seats and defend another 50, aiming for a 'functional majority' in the House of Commons. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

GOP-Led Senate Panel Begins Ukraine Inquiry: Impeachment Update

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GOP-Led Senate Panel Begins Ukraine Inquiry: Impeachment Update (Bloomberg) -- President Donald Trump turned over to Congress a secret whistle-blower’s complaint that sparked congressional investigations of his interactions with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskiy. The House Intelligence Committee questioned Joseph Maguire, the acting director of national intelligence, on Thursday about why he initially ordered the complaint withheld from Congress.Here are the latest developments:GOP-Led Senate Panel Begins Ukraine Inquiry (5:50 p.m.)The Senate Intelligence Committee is “committed to make sure that we get to the bottom” of the Trump-Ukraine matter, GOP Chairman Richard Burrsaid after the panel’s closed meetings with Maguire and intelligence community Inspector General Michael Atkinson.Read More: Whistle-Blower on Trump Call ‘Appears Credible,’ Letter SaysBurr said the sessions were productive and that both men were “extremely forthcoming” on what he called the “first day” of the committee’s probe into Trump’s contacts with the Ukraine president.“There’s a lot we have to learn,” Burr said. ”Don’t expect us to move at light speed, that will probably happen in the House.”The panel’s top Democrat, Senator Mark Warner, said Thursday’s meeting showed the committee "could take on an extraordinarily serious issue in a bipartisan way.”The Intelligence panel conducted a relatively bipartisan probe of Russian meddling in the 2016 election.Almost Half of Americans Back House Inquiry (5:17 p.m.)Almost half of Americans say they approve of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s decision to hold a formal impeachment inquiry, a new poll shows.https://t.co/Ook0a2jhud— Bloomberg (@business) September 26, 2019 The NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist Poll released Thursday shows 49% of the adults surveyed support the probe, while 46% oppose it. The poll was conducted by phone Wednesday night after the release of a rough transcript of Trump’s phone call with the Ukrainian president, which showed Trump asking his counterpart to investigate political rival Joe Biden.Support for impeachment hearings rose by 10 percentage points from May 1, when the poll showed that 39% supported hearings while 53% opposed.The latest NPR poll asked whether respondents approved of the House “formally starting an impeachment inquiry into President Trump” -- a different question from whether Trump deserves to be impeached and removed from office.A separate Morning Consult poll, conducted online Sept. 24-26 of 1,640 registered voters, showed they were evenly split at 43% to 43% on whether to begin the impeachment process. That matched the highest support of Trump’s presidency tracked by that poll. The margin of error was plus or minus 2 percentage points.Trump Says Whistle-Blower ‘Almost a Spy’ (3:56 p.m.)Trump lashed out at the whistle-blower complaint that’s fueling a congressional impeachment probe and suggested that passing along allegations that he committed wrongdoing was tantamount to treason.Speaking Thursday behind closed doors to diplomats at the U.S. mission to the United Nations in New York, Trump faulted the whistle-blower for relaying second-hand information about the president’s July phone call with Zelenskiy. A recording of the comments was posted online by the Los Angeles Times.“Basically, that person never saw the report, never saw the call, he never saw the call, heard something and decided that he or she, or whoever the hell they saw -- they’re almost a spy,” Trump said of the whistle-blower.He demanded to know the identity of the whistle-blower’s sources. “Who’s the person who gave the whistleblower the information -- because that’s close to a spy,” he said. “You know what we used to do in the old days when we were smart? Right? The spies and treason, we used to handle it a little differently than we do now.”Zelenskiy Visits Sept. 11 Memorial in New York (3:39 p.m.)Zelenskiy made an appearance at the Sept. 11 memorial in New York on Thursday, laying a wreath with yellow and blue flowers. He declined to take questions from reporters about his interactions with the Trump administration.A day earlier, Zelenskiy met with Trump in New York and indicated to reporters that he didn’t feel pressured by Trump to re-open an investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden. Ukraine’s president visited the U.S. during the week of the United Nations General Assembly.Schiff Wants to Know Barr, Giuliani Roles (1:45 p.m.)House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff said he wants to know what part Attorney General William Barr and Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani may have had in Tru Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Bundestag will Beitrittsverhandlungen mit Albanien und Nordmazedonien

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enclosure image Der Bundestag will die EU in dem Vorhaben unterstützen, Beitrittsverhandlungen mit Albanien und Nordmazedonien zu führen. In Frankreich, aber auch in den Niederlanden und Dänemark, gibt es jedoch erhebliche Bedenken. Berlin. Der Bundestag unterstützt das Vorhaben der EU, Beitrittsverhandlungen mit Albanien und Nordmazedonien aufzunehmen. Trotz verschiedener Defizite würdige man die Reformanstrengungen der beiden Balkanstaaten, heißt … Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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