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Pence 'bops' boy in face, and child demands apology

Pence 'bops' boy in face, and child demands apology

The boy was struck by Pence's elbow when he was gesturing while talking to military families during National Military Spouse Appreciation Day, according to The Hill . The video reveals at the end that VP Pence eventually did apologize to the boy, saying "Oh I'm very sorry, I didn't mean to bop you". If you look up "persistent" in the dictionary, chances are you'll soon see a photo of the young boy who's going viral for demanding an apology from Vice President Mike Pence .


Ryan: Probe into Russian Federation should stay with Federal Bureau of Investigation

Ryan: Probe into Russian Federation should stay with Federal Bureau of Investigation

Responding to claims from Democrats that Trump fired FBI Director James Comey on Tuesday after he had requested more money for the Russian Federation probe, Ryan said he believes Trump simply lost confidence in Comey. The speaker says the investigation involves deeply classified intelligence collection and should not be turned over to independent investigators. Earlier on Wednesday, the White House said US Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein would likely replace Comey to lead the ...



President Trump: "Russia-Trump Collusion Story is a Total Hoax"

Her testimony goes against with how the White House portrayed her "heads-up" of the potential conflict, as Press Secretary Sean Spicer described it . Yates shot back that she was equally familiar with another statute that outlaws discrimination in immigration matters on the basis of race or nation of birth, among other things.



Protesters call for probe into Federal Bureau of Investigation director's sacking

President Donald Trump, in an apparent warning to his fired Federal Bureau of Investigation director, said Friday that James Comey had better hope there are no "tapes" of their conversations. "It is my opinion and belief that the FBI will continue to pursue this investigation vigorously and completely", Mr McCabe said, adding that he saw no "crisis of confidence within the leadership of the FBI".



AGs seek to expand abuse investigations

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 1 in 10 individuals 65 or older who live at home will become a victim of abuse, the attorneys general said. Beshear said in a news release that his office's MFCU now investigates and prosecutes Medicaid provider fraud, resident abuse complaints in Medicaid-funded health care facilities, and receives and reviews abuse and neglect complaints through the Elder Abuse Hotline.



USA warns against North Korea travel after new arrest

Kim Hak-Song was detained over the weekend for "hostile acts", the official KCNA news agency said, adding he had worked for the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology (PUST). government involvement". North Korea is claiming to be the victim of state-sponsored terrorism - from the White House. Two other USA citizens detained in North Korea are Kim Dong-chul, who was born in South Korea and later naturalized, and Otto Warmbier, an undergraduate at the University of Virginia, who ...