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Woman testifies in gay church member beating trial

Woman testifies in gay church member beating trial

The case argues that Fenner was leaving a prayer service in January of 2013 when almost two dozen people surrounded him in the sanctuary, preventing him from leaving. The church filed a request this week to have its trial conducted outside of Rutherford County, saying years of bad press would leave jurors unable to be unbiased.


Trump asks US Supreme Court to uphold travel ban

Trump asks US Supreme Court to uphold travel ban

In filings Thursday night, the Justice Department asked the high court to temporarily lift injunctions that bar officials from carrying out Trump's directive to suspend visa issuance to citizens of six majority-Muslim countries and halt the flow of refugees to the US from across the globe.



Donald Trump's Lawyer Will Now Be Answering All Russia Related Questions

Melania Trump says it was "simply wrong" for celebrity Kathy Griffin to appear in a video holding what looked like President Donald Trump's bloody, severed head. Because he is the greatest communicator as a president we've ever had. He knows the media. Is that something you're considering? KILMEADE: Well, through your spokesperson.



Why China is stepping up against climate change

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang met European Union leaders at a summit in Brussels , where the two sides were expected to adopt a joint statement stressing their commitment to the Paris deal. Friday's bilateral announcement signals that China might have found its new partner in the European Union. In reply, Li said China was working hard to promote a trade balance, with Chinese tourism to Europe now far greater than European Union tourism in China.



Week In Review: Paris Climate Accord, Fentanyl Raid23:40

In spite of the fact that Trump plans to withdraw from the Paris agreement , dozens of mayors and governors around the USA are still committed to taking action to prevent the worst effects of climate change that will harm their cities.