Arrest made after 2 officers shot in Seattle

Arrest made after 2 officers shot in Seattle

A female officer, age 42, is in satisfactory condition, according to the hospital. - Two officers shot after fighting with suspects. The shooting occurred as police officers chased suspects in a convenience store robbery on First Avenue.

North Korea propaganda video depicts bombing in USA city

But the vice-president expressed impatience with the unwillingness of North Korea to move toward ridding itself of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles. New Footage from North Korea shows a musical performance in honor of this occasion, which North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and other senior level North Korean officials reportedly attended.

Trump signs executive order reviewing H-1B visa program

The Republican travelled to Wisconsin on Tuesday and signed the order at a tool factory in the hometown of White House chief of staff Reince Preibus. Citizenship and Immigration Services. The Secretary of Commerce will be tasked with streamlining the existing rules. Henceforth, officials will review waivers in free-trade agreements to check if it is leading to unfair trade.

Poll finds record support for pot legalization

This changes the stigma attached to the plant from what it used to be in the past. Will Illinois follow the lead of these fearless states and go against the federal government to prove a point? In 1923, the Washington Legislature passed House Bill 3, regulating "narcotic drugs", in which it included cannabis americana and cannabis indica.

Cardell Hayes sentenced for fatal shooting of former Saints star Will Smith

Cardell Hayes sentenced for fatal shooting of former Saints star Will Smith

Cardell Hayes was sentenced Thursday to 25 years for manslaughter. Raquel Smith issued a statement expressing her disappointment. "Lock me up and give me my son back". And Hayes' mother pleaded through her tears for mercy for her son. Michael Burnside was called by lawyers for Cardell Hayes , convicted of manslaughter past year in Smith's death.

Arkansas officials ask courts to clear path for executions

The state says the executions need to be carried out before its supply of one lethal injection drug, midazolam, expires on April 30. Gray sided with McKesson Corp., which had argued that it sold Arkansas the drug for medical use, not executions, and that it would suffer harm financially and to its reputation if the executions were carried out.