President Donald Trump on Friday said he will likely strip Justice Department official Bruce Ohr of his security clearance and hinted that Special Counsel Robert Mueller, leading the investigation into possible Russia meddling in the presidential election that Trump won, could be next.
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The jury in the bank and tax fraud trial of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort will deliberate for a second day on Friday after asking questions that prompted speculation that a verdict may not be imminent.
China’s Defence Ministry has lodged a complaint with the United States about a Pentagon report that said China’s military was likely training for strikes against the United States and its allies, saying it was “pure guesswork”.
A federal appeals court on Friday ordered the Trump administration to immediately implement an Obama-era chemical safety rule introduced in response to a 2013 explosion at a fertilizer plant in Texas that killed 15 people.
More than half of all Colorado students in third through eighth grade continue to fall below state expectations in reading, writing, and math, according to results of state tests students took this spring. That’s been the case since Colorado switched to more rigorous tests four years ago.
Authorities are investigating an incident on Friday morning in which two adult men attempted to abduct a Tarkanian Middle School student on the way to a bus stop, the school said in two messages to parents on Friday.
Henderson Police are investigating a traffic collision that occurred last night resulting in a pedestrian succumbing to his injuries.
Electric carmaker Tesla Inc’s premium Model 3 sedan will not produce better profit margins than a conventional BMW and the company could actually lose $6,000 on every base model due to higher costs for the powertrain, according to an analyst at UBS.
The Trump administration is close to striking a deal with Mexico on a revamped North American Free Trade Agreement, analysts said, but thorny issues are yet to be resolved with Canada, the third party in the trilateral pact.
The United States on Friday imposed sanctions on four Myanmar military and police commanders and two army units for involvement in what it called “ethnic cleansing” and other human rights abuses against the country’s Rohingya Muslims, the Treasury Department said.
ESPN will not be broadcasting the national anthem during Monday Night Football this season, president Jimmy Pitaro said Friday.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday said he had canceled his planned military parade scheduled for November and would instead visit Paris on Nov. 11 to commemorate Veterans Day.
Sacramento Democrats are again pursuing a bill to clean up their legislative attempts to reform elections in San Diego County.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Friday she did not expect her Saturday meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin to produce any particular results.
The man who has been held responsible for the death of a Chester police officer will spend the next 12 years in prison.
The Chester Police Department issued a news release Thursday providing details of the arrest of a 25-year-old Perryville man who had eluded authorities for nearly four days following a pursuit in Perry County, Missouri.
The Perry County Sheriff’s Office has released its latest report of arrests.
The day 200 years ago – August 26th – that Illinois adopted its state Constitution is the focal point for anniversary celebrations across the state highlighted by the dedication of a new Bicentennial Plaza in Springfield adjacent to the Illinois Governor’s Mansion.
U.S. Rep. Mike Bost (IL-12) announced today that he will host House Veterans’ Affairs Committee Chairman Phil Roe (TN-1) on a Veterans Listening Tour at facilities that serve veterans throughout Southern Illinois.
Foresters with the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC), in conjunction with the Missouri and U.S. departments of agriculture, have confirmed the presence of emerald ash borer (EAB) in 11 new counties across Missouri.
Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White’s legislation strengthening the law on texting while driving was signed into law by the governor.
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued an order on Thursday seeking to speed up the handling of deportation cases, telling immigration judges they should only issue continuances in immigrant removal proceedings for “good cause.”
Pennsylvania’s top Roman Catholic official on Friday vowed to ensure the widespread sexual abuse by hundreds of priests and cover-up revealed in this week’s bombshell grand jury report would never happen again.
A 49 year old Fordyce man has been in charged in Cleveland County for stealing phone wire near the Saline River bridge in January that interrupted phone service and internet service to a large portion of Cleveland County.
A 21 year old Hampton man has been charged in Calhoun County Circuit Court with theft of property. According to information in a probable cause affidavit filed in court, on July 23, Calhoun County deputy Terry Clark advised deputy Cliff Humphries that M&S deer camp had been broken into and copper wire was
The enrollment figures are not yet available for Fordyce School District but their was plenty enthusiasm exhibited on KQ-102.3’s “South Arkansas Today” program earlier in the week, when Fordyce Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Judy Hubbell and High school principal Chase McCollum talked about
If you’ve been watching the new Fordyce Welcome sign being constructed at the intersection of the 167-79 bypass in Fordyce, the sign will soon be complete. Fordyce Mayor John MacNichol said the sign should be complete by the end of the month. The mayor said the welcome sign project has been 4 years in
The Arkansas State Police is looking for eligible recruits to fill the 2019 academy class. State Police director Bill Bryant says if you think you’ve got what it takes to become an Arkansas State Trooper they want to meet you. Qualified individuals will be selected to enter the Arkansas State Police Recruit Academy with a
Orange County backcountry activist and land use attorney Gloria Sefton talks about the constant development pressures on Orange County’s land use specific plans, especially those in the canyon areas, and her numerous successful lawsuits to defend the public planning process for canyon residents.
Today is the filing deadline for anyone who wishes to run for a position on the City Council. Applicants have until noon today to file at the County Clerk’s office where they reside.
The Los Angeles Police Department reported Thursday a pit bull adopted from the OC Animal Care shelter was not sexually abused and the cause of death still is being investigated.
Immigrations and Customs Enforcement has turned to Border Patrol to help them hold immigrants awaiting their criminal proceedings under zero tolerance.
A recap of law enforcement reports that aired on True Country Radio 92.7fm on 8/17
One man is dead and another is in custody early Friday morning after a stabbing in the central valley.
Two males were arrested Thursday by Henderson police after they were accused of robbing two female Basic High School students who were walking to campus.
North Las Vegas police and the Drug Enforcement Administration reported on Thursday the seizure of more than 70 pounds of methamphetamine in a drug bust.
China’s military has expanded its bomber operations in recent years while “likely training for strikes” against the United States and its allies, a Pentagon report released on Thursday said.
Police in China have detained a man who asked on social media what law prevented anyone calling self-ruled Taiwan a country, questioning a fundamental principle of China’s sovereignty.
Captain Joe Fontana, a team leader with the U.S. army’s 1st Security Force Assistance Brigade, is part of a new unit but he is working on problems that have been stubbornly familiar to American military advisers in Afghanistan for years.
State Sen. Martin Malavé Dilan, a veteran of more than a quarter-century of elected office, faces a stiff challenge in the September primary.
As Imperial Beach considered marijuana regulations this spring, some of the input came from Darnisha Hunter, who works for San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer and is running for the Imperial Beach City Council.
The U.S. attorney’s office in San Diego charged 38-year-old Fernando Jesus Peraza with importing more than 20,000 fentanyl pills. Peraza, a U.S. citizen living in Tijuana, was arrested Thursday after officers at the San Ysidro Port of Entry found four packages of pills concealed in the passenger side rear quarter panel of his vehicle.