President Donald Trump spent his Easter Sunday morning railing against existing U.S. immigration policy and arguing that the nation’s “dumb laws” are leading to “big flows of people” trying to cross the U.S.-Mexican border.
“Border Patrol Agents are not allowed to properly do their job at the Border because of ridiculous liberal (Democrat) laws like Catch & Release,” the president wrote on Twitter. “Getting more dangerous. “Caravans” coming.”
The two sides reportedly differed on just how many undocumented immigrants would be covered by an agreement. DACA technically came to an end March 5, but federal court rulings have allowed parts of the program to remain in place while the legal fight continues.
He added: “These big flows of people are all trying to take advantage of DACA. They want in on the act!”
At Blessed Sacrament Cathedral in Greensburg, parishioners prepared for Easter Sunday services by decorating the altar with lilies, daisies and other Easter flowers.
On Saturday kids scrambled on the slopes of St. Clair Park at the annual Greensburg Easter egg hunt hosted by the City of Greensburg and Keystone Church.
Shane Dunlap is a Tribune-Review staff photographer. Reach him at email@example.com.
European Space Agency releases new information about the spacecraft that is plunging toward Earth
European Space Agencyreleased new tracking information on the falling spacecraft. ESA officials are now targeting 7:25 p.m. EDT (2325 GMT) Sunday as the likely time for re-rentry., China’s defunct and reportedly , is about to re-enter Earth’s atmosphere and on Saturday the
Meanwhile, the Aerospace Corp. is now forecasting a 4:30 p.m. EDT (2030 GMT) crash on Sunday, give or take eight hours.
The tumbling spacecraft poses only a slight risk to people and property on the ground, since most of the 8.5-ton vehicle is expected to burn up on re-entry, although space agencies don’t know exactly where that will happen.
Below are some questions and answers about the station, its re-entry and the past and future of China’s ambitious space program.
SANTA PAULA, Calif. (KABC) — Two people on board a homebuilt plane were killed Saturday afternoon when the aircraft crashed into a storage container in the Santa Paula area, according to the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department.The incident was reported at 2:11 p.m. on a property in a wooded area in the 17800 block of S. Mountain Road, just outside the city limits of Santa Paula, Ventura County fire officials said.Ian Gregor, a Federal Aviation Administration spokesman, said the single-engine, homebuilt Vans RV6A crashed under unknown circumstances and caught fire after crashing.The deceased, two males, were not immediately identified. No one on the ground was injured, officials said.
Gun rights activists were handing out high-capacity magazines at a rally outside the Vermont State House on Saturday to protest new legislation that would restrict them and increase gun control in the state.
Hundreds of protesters gathered to urge Republican Gov. Phil Scott not to sign a new bill that would ban high-capacity magazines and bump stocks, expand background checks for private gun sales and raise the legal age for gun purchases.
The measure was approved by the State House earlier this week and then again by the Senate on Friday in a 17-13 vote.
Protesters were handed nearly 1,200 high-capacity magazines, which hold 30 rounds of ammunition. A standard-capacity magazine holds around 10 rounds, according toCongressionalsportsmen.org, though this can vary.
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Two Florida boys attempted to take their food to go last week but didn’t get very far.
Rojelio Sebastian, 14, and Miguel Garcia, 12, were busted last week after attempting to steal a Domino’s delivery man’s car but their plan foiled upon learning the car was a stick shift, the Miami Herald reported.
The boys attempted their plan last Friday after a Domino’s delivery driver, Issac Javier Ortez, was bringing a pie to Garcia’s neighbor.
Crystal Mason was sentenced to five years in prison this week after she voted in the 2016 election while on parole, according to Dallas ABC affiliate WFAA. Mason was on parole after serving time for a federal tax crime, her lawyer said.
“She had a good faith belief she could vote legally and she did so,” Mason’s attorney Warrent St. John told WFAA.
Three men were arrested after a disturbance at the American Legion in Dunbar Township early Sunday.