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Interior head suggests reducing Bears Ears National Monument

Interior head suggests reducing Bears Ears National Monument

A coalition of Native American groups and outdoor industry retailers such as Patagonia were in favor of the monument. On Monday, Zinke told reporters he didn't hastily come to his recommendation , but rather came it after traveling the land "by air, by auto, by foot and by horseback".


22 percent of Michigan children in poverty in 2015

22 percent of Michigan children in poverty in 2015

Casey Foundation . The 2017 Kids Count Profile by the Baltimore-based Annie E. Casey Foundation was released Tuesday and looks at health, education, economic well-being and family and community as part of a national effort to improve conditions for children and their families.



Trump blasts court for ruling against travel ban at "dangerous time"

Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he disagreed with the ruling. The second Federal Court of Appeals blocked PresidentDonald Trump's decree [VIDEO] about a#travel ban on the entry of the citizens of six predominantly Muslim countries into the United States on Monday, the New York Times reported.



San Francisco federal appeals court upholds block on Trump's travel ban

Circuit Court of Appeals said the president violated U.S. immigration law by discriminating against people based on their nationality and by failing to demonstrate that their entry into the country would hurt American interests. By avoiding the question of Trump's motive for banning the travelers, the 9th Circuit avoided a thorny issue about whether courts should consider the president's campaign-trail statements.



Bill Cosby sex assault case in hands of jury

The actor did not testify in the case, which wrapped on Monday (12Jun17). McMonagle cast blame on the media for giving Cosby's accusers - who totaled 60 - a forum. Jurors did hear Cosby's side of the story, though not in his voice. "This ain't right!" bellowed McMonagle. Actor Bill Cosby (R) and spokesman Andrew Wyatt arrive for Cosby's trial on sexual assault charges at the Montgomery County Courthouse on June 6, 2017.in Norristown, Pennsylvania.


Korea Conducted Missile Test in Anju, not Pukchang

Korea Conducted Missile Test in Anju, not Pukchang

The council unanimously adopted a US-drafted resolution that put North Korea's suspected spy chief, 13 other officials and four entities on the United Nations sanctions blacklist, hitting them with a global travel ban and an assets freeze.