Trump finds tumult on first work day back at the White House

But on the other hand, Trump was angry that Dubke and others struggled to craft communications plans to defend the president and push back at allegations stemming from the ongoing investigation into ties between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation.

Truck fire closes I-25 at Belleview in both directions

Truck fire closes I-25 at Belleview in both directions

A witness tells ABC7 that the fire involved multiple explosions. A large fuel tanker on fire has shutdown a portion of Interstate 25. CDOT said during a press conference it hopes to have the highway open again by Thursday morning. Thick black smoke billowing up from the site is visible from a distance. Authorities are urging people to avoid the Denver Tech Center. Chris Modlin says a road crew helped pull the driver out and put out flames on his leg.

Trump Defends Kushner With Story Citing Unnamed Sources

Adam Schiff of California, the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, spoke exclusively to ABC News' Martha Raddatz on "This Week" Sunday about his concerns with Kusher, Trump's son-in-law and senior advisor. He is still working at the White House and has not set a departure date yet. There have been many leaks of information occurring at the White House, which has actually upset Russia , The Washington Post reports.

Why, after discipline, is the Tamir Rice case far from over?

Why, after discipline, is the Tamir Rice case far from over?

Garmback's suspension was related to his operation of the patrol auto on the day of the shooting and failing to report his arrival time to radio dispatchers as soon as he arrived at the recreation center. Those charges were brought after a special committee was created by the department to investigate Tamir's shooting. His suspension begins tomorrow. "Loehmann was allowed to resign from the Independence department after six months following a series of incidents where supervisors ...

Tex. state rep sparks outrage after calling immigration officials

But battles between the Republican heads of the Texas House and Senate meant legislation involving oversight of several state agencies never passed - and that could make a special session inevitable. "He said the protestors hated America, so "fuck them, '" Bernal recalled". Observers and reporters in Texas noted that numerous protestors were citizens, though Rinaldi seemed to assume that they were eligible for deportation.

Texas Dem Denies Threatening GOP Colleague in House Scuffle

After seeing the signs , Rep. Matt Rinaldi contacted ICE officials, according WSAW-TV . "We jawed back and forth and one of them physically assaulted me and another threatened my life, actually", Rinaldi told the Tribune . The law goes into effect September 1, and allows police to question the immigration status of detained citizens. Dallas Rep. Rafael Anchia, head of the Mexican American Legislative Conference, said Rinaldi's meltdown was a moment of clarity.