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Idaho GOP congressman faces angry crowd at town hall

Idaho GOP congressman faces angry crowd at town hall

The town hall was supposed to go for an hour and a half - the congressman took questions for more than three hours. It seats roughly 1,200 people, which was nearly full before the event began. The crowd's anger piqued during questions about why Labrador wasn't demanding Congress have stronger accountability into Trump's administration, particularly about the president's ties to Russian Federation and his refusal to release his tax returns.



Teen who went missing after prom killed in crash

He was extricated from the vehicle and brought to a hospital by Life Flight. The Lewiston Tribune reports Perez was flown by medical helicopter to St. He rode with a relative to the dance, and his shoe, broken cell phone and tuxedo jacket were found near that auto. Clearwater County Prosecutor E. Clayne Tyler said Tuesday afternoon that Perez was charged by juvenile petition with being a runaway and was released to the custody of his parents.



VERIFY: Buy American, Hire American - what does executive order actually do?

On March 6, the USA president signed a new executive order imposing a 90-day ban on the entry of people from Iran, Libya, Syria, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen from March 16. First, of course, is the fact that Trump's own businesses don't come close to fulfilling his big "Buy American, Hire American" talk. This month USCIS got 199,000 H-1B visa petitions; thus the government office needed to turn to a mechanized attract of parts to decide the destiny of successful candidate.


Donald Trump Asks a Good Question

Donald Trump Asks a Good Question

From West Palm Beach, NPR's Greg Allen reports . Can President Donald Trump win public and Congressional support for any tax reform plan he proposes without releasing his full tax returns? The Internal Revenue Service has said Trump could release his returns regardless of an audit.


Former NFL player is acquitted of double murder charges

Former NFL player is acquitted of double murder charges

Hernandez was found guilty for only one of the eight counts Friday: illegal possession of a firearm, according to CBS News . He's still serving a life sentence for his conviction in the murder of Odin Lloyd. Hernandez's promising football career as a tight end with the New England Patriots fell apart in June 2013 when he was arrested in the murder of Odin Lloyd, the boyfriend of his fiancée's sister.


Lawmakers Consider Abortion Coverage Restrictions for State Workers

Lawmakers Consider Abortion Coverage Restrictions for State Workers

Opponents argued that the ban amounted to politicians making medical decisions for women because it creates a roadblock for some people getting an abortion. "To my knowledge, no other state has gone so far as to try to require chemical abortion coverage on campus", said Jonathan Keller, CEO of the Fresno-based California Family Council.