Alabama's 2nd female governor takes the reins

Alabama's 2nd female governor takes the reins

The Huffington Post notes that Ivey is the second woman to serve as the state's governor, following Democrat Lurleen Wallace, who served between 1967 and 1968. January 27, 2011: After being elected to two terms in the Alabama House, the dermatologist and one-time Baptist deacon is inaugurated after running on a platform of increasing jobs and not accepting a salary until the state reaches full employment.

Pope condemns 'ignoble' bomb attack on Syrian civilians

In Saint Mark's Cathedral, where Coptic Pope Tawadros II led the mass on Saturday, worshippers passed through three metal detectors as policemen and soldiers stood guard in the sprawling compound and on the streets outside. The Pope also prayed for peace in the wider Middle East, for victims of starvation in Africa and for social peace in his native Latin America. Of the social and political upheaval in Europe, Francis prayed for God's blessing on "those experiencing moments of crisis and ...

Video Shows Chinese Missile Tanks Heading Towards North Korea Border

The Vice Minister said North Korea "certainly will not keep our arms crossed in the face of a U.S. preemptive strike". "This also isn't something new - it's been our consistent policy", he said. It may be effective, it may not be effective. No US coal was shipped to China between late 2014 and 2016, but 400,000 tons had been shipped there from the United States by late February, Reuters reported.

Wild Lose In Game 2

Blues coach Mike Yeo needs only a few words to describe his conversations with St. Louis goalie Jake Allen the past few days. Game three of the series will be played tomorrow (Sunday) in St. During his time with the team, the same group made the former Wild coach blow his top on more than one occasion. "We're real happy we got both wins in here, but I know that's not a team that's gonna quit", said Yeo, who coached the Wild for parts of five seasons before he was sacked in February ...

Kalispell joins protests over Trump tax returns

Last year, Donald Trump became the first major-party political nominee in over 40 years to choose not to release his federal taxes. Protesters marched across the bridge that divides West Palm Beach and Palm Beach, chanting and hoisting signs that read "Don the Con", "Go back to New York", "Show your taxes!" and "Show me the money!" ALLEN: After spending the morning at his golf club, the president's motorcade took a circuitous route back to Mar-a-Lago, one that seemed aimed at avoiding ...

Trump Can't Believe People Still Want Him To Release His Tax Returns

Trump Can't Believe People Still Want Him To Release His Tax Returns

The demonstrations came just days before Tuesday's deadline for taxpayers to file their returns. In New York, several thousand protesters assembled around Bryant Park in midtown Manhattan, at a demonstration that was to include a march to the Trump International Hotel and Tower, where Trump lived before his election.