Vice President Mike Pence and other top Trump officials rushed on Thursday to deny that they authored an anonymous New York Times op-ed detailing a “resistance” movement inside the Trump administration — an extraordinary demonstration of how the editorial has rattled the highest levels of government.
The editorial — which was published on Wednesday from “a senior official in the Trump administration” and accuses the president of acting “in a manner that is detrimental to the health of our republic” — has kicked off a wild guessing game inside the White House and out about the author’s identity.
The gunman, who has not been identified, was subsequently shot dead after three to four police officers in a shootout.
A Cincinnati police officer told reporters earlier that they do not expect any more shooting victims.
Authorities had responded to an “active shooter” situation
TMZ reported the former “Gilligan’s” star is seeking almost $200,000 from fans through a GoFundMe page created by a close friend. The actress is allegedly “desperate” for the funds following an “unexpected accident that required hospitalization for two months,” according to the GoFundMe page biography.
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CINCINNATI — A Cincinnati police officer who used a CBS affiliate WKRC-TV reported.accused of shoplifting told her that actions like hers hurts the “community,” according to body camera footage of the arrest. “You know, sweetheart, this is why there’s no grocery stores in the black community,” said Officer Kevin Brown on a comment caught by his body camera,
The comment resulted in an internal investigation that found that Brown – who is also black – violated department policies. It marks the second time Brown has been accused of making inappropriate comments while on duty, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer, which said he was previously written up for using a homophobic slur in reference to a domestic violence victim.
Body camera footage of theshows her crying after Brown deploys his stun gun.
The U.S. Capitol Police have arrested and charged seventy-three people with unlawful demonstration activities in protest against Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation, Fox News has learned on Wednesday.
Dan’s Barkeyville Motors recently opened at 5351 Pittsburgh Road, Harrisville.
It is owned by Daniel and Diana Hoffman, and the business is a full PennDOT agent that offers notary services, car repairs, state inspection, and undercoating, and sells tires and used vehicles.
The shop is housed in a building where a gas station operated in 1928.
Info: Call 814-671-7826 or 814-786-9911.
Police do not suspect foul play after a body was found Tuesday inside an apartment near Slippery Rock University’s campus in Butler County. Slippery Rock Borough Police Chief Terry Fedokovitz says officers were called to the Campus Edge Apartments about 6 p.m. Tuesday after tenants complained of a strong smell. “Maintenance workers were called to […]
Two people are facing arson and other charges in connection to a Westmoreland County fire that sent a firefighter to the hospital.
The blaze quickly ripped through the building. A firefighter battling the blaze was treated for heat exhaustion and later released.
This weekend, state police charged 18-year-old Austin Gemas and 20-year-old Jonathon M. Sager, both of Scottdale, with a combined 15 felonies, including arson, conspiracy and burglary.
Both suspects are free on $100,000 unsecured bond with preliminary hearings set for Sept. 12.
In what looks like a manufacturing error but may turn out to be sabotage, a hole in a Russian Soyuz module was apparently man-made.
ISS Leak summary:
First thought was MMOD strike.
Then NASA released pics. Lots of people: “Hmmm, doesn’t look like MMOD”. NASA deleted the photos.
Top Russian news site RIA NOVOSTI reported – via sources but apparently confirmed by Mr. Rogozin – it was a drill hole.
Last week, astronauts found a two-millimeter hole in the fabric of a Russian Soyuz MS-09 module docked at the International Space Station (ISS). The hole was allowing oxygen to escape, and pressure dropped slightly before the hole was repaired with tape and sealant. At the time, the astronauts thought a “micrometeorite” strike might have been to blame.
Now, however, a more sinister explanation has emerged. According to the head of Roscosmos, Russia’s space agency, the hole had been drilled.
It is not clear whether the drilling was deliberate or accidental, or whether it took place on Earth or in orbit. But, Dmitry Rogozin reportedly said, whoever did it had a “wavering hand” and there had been several attempts at drilling.
As a result, Rogozin said, sabotage cannot be ruled out.