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Trump's tangled businesses pose potential for conflicts

Trump's tangled businesses pose potential for conflicts

Mr. Trump's umbrella company, Trump Organization , has begun taking steps to transfer. In a letter to the incoming Chief of Staff, Reince Priebus , Representative Elijah Cummings (D_Maryland) wrote, "There is a process by which a position within the executive branch may be designated as a national security position if its responsibilities and assignments require eligibility for access to classified information".



Conflicting reports emerge surrounding Texas and Charlie Strong

Instead, he got a putrid, six-turnover performance at Kansas, which hadn't won a Big 12 game since November 8, 2014. With the loss to a 1-9 team that had not won a conference game in two years, you have to wonder if Charlie Strong will be able to hang on to his job.



Philando Castile shooting: Police officer charged with second-degree manslaughter

St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez was charged this week with second-degree manslaughter. Officer Jeronimo Yanez , an officer from St. Anthony, Minnesota, shot Castile four times in the arm and Castile died 20 minutes later. If convicted, Yanez could face up to 10 years in prison. Police say 21 officers were hurt; none seriously. July 11: Forty-six people are charged with rioting for the I-94 protest.



Mayors of 'sanctuary cities' say they'll fight Trump's plans

If Trump pursues a strategy of deporting undocumented immigrants who have committed crimes, he may have trouble finding two million people that fit that profile. Some cities, like San Francisco , have long declared themselves safe havens for immigrants, issuing local ID cards to allow them to access government or other services.


Packers claim former Texas A&M RB Christine Michael off waivers

Packers claim former Texas A&M RB Christine Michael off waivers

To make room, they placed rookie running back Don Jackson on injured reserve. The Seahawks surprisingly cut Michael despite him leading the team in rushing yards. The Packers travel to Washington to play the Redskins on Sunday night. The Packers badly need a rushing threat to balance their offense. Despite the Packers subpar play, quarterback Aaron Rodgers is still firing on all cylinders.


Trump shifts to right by tapping Sessions, Pompeo, Flynn

Trump shifts to right by tapping Sessions, Pompeo, Flynn

League of United Latin American Citizens National Executive Director Brent Wilkes said Sessions's role as head of the Justice Department would bring the risk of decreasing federal protections for minority civil rights. Civil rights groups charged that Sessions had been looking for voter fraud in the black community and overlooking the same violations among whites, at least partly to help reelect his friend Senator Denton.