The climate change plan has broad support among Democratic activists, and all six of the 2020 presidential contenders serving in the Senate have signed on as co-sponsors, putting it at the forefront of the party’s sprawling primary race.
For all the expected splash of Robert Mueller’s report, it arrived with more of a thud, thanks to the secrecy surrounding it. Few saw reason to think it would sway many opinions in a divided republic.
Tropical Cyclone Idai has killed more than 700 people in Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe so far.
Boeing said it will pay to train airline pilots on its 737 MAX aircraft.
Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte and Chinese President Xi Jinping attended a ceremony in Rome where 29 separate protocols of the memorandum were signed by both governments in front of the flags of China, Italy and the European Union.
Before dawn, television crews and photographers began lining the sidewalk outside Mueller’s Washington office.
The mosque shooting in New Zealand emerged from the same toxic corner of the internet that fuelled massacres in Pittsburgh, Quebec City and Toronto.
“Thank you PM Jacinda Ardern and New Zealand for your sincere empathy and support that has won the respect of 1.5 billion Muslims…”
Mueller did not recommend any further indictments, a senior Justice Department official said.
Federal prosecutors in Manhattan continue to pursue at least two known criminal inquiries involving Trump or people in his orbit.