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Man accused of driving recklessly on Clearwater Beach will stay in jail

Man accused of driving recklessly on Clearwater Beach will stay in jail

It was just before 4:30 p.m. when Clearwater police started getting 911 calls, some from as far away as California, bringing their attention to the threats Stiles was making from his Jeep Cherokee , Hall said. "Absolutely put hundreds and hundreds of people in danger", said Norm Livingston. The Facebook Live broadcast was laced with profanity and lasted about four minutes.


Polish Senate approves controversial Supreme Court reform bill

Polish Senate approves controversial Supreme Court reform bill

Prime Minister Beata Szydło has said the Polish government will "not give in to pressure" at home and overseas to stop controversial changes to the country's judicial system. The government of the EU's biggest eastern member state has so far dismissed criticism, saying the changes were needed to make courts more accountable and to ensure state institutions serve all Poles, not just " elites ".


Filipino president says will never visit 'lousy America'

Filipino president says will never visit 'lousy America'

Although Mr. McGovern recognized the good ties between Manila and Washington, he said the USA can not tolerate the alarming number of human rights violations in the Philippines resulting from the drug war. McGovern pointed out that the "explosion of killings" over the past year, and Duterte's statements "inciting and justifying" these murders, "have rightly drawn attention and indignation".


US puts Syria solution ahead of ousting Assad

US puts Syria solution ahead of ousting Assad

Bossert spoke following news reports that Trump had chose to halt the CIA's years-long covert program to arm and train moderate Syrian rebels battling the Assad government. What won't work is appeasing Tehran or forcing them into compliance, Pompeo said. Some Syrian rebel officials said they are not officially aware yet that the USA has stopped its program to back the moderate opposition.



Sean Spicer Resigns as White House Press Secretary Amid Trump Staff Shakeup

His very first press briefing saw him row with journalists over the size of crowds at the inauguration of Donald Trump . "Just look at his great television ratings", he added. He said he wanted to give Mr. Trump "a clean slate ". The person spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the personnel matter publicly.


Trump's Press Secretary Sean Spicer Resigns

Trump's Press Secretary Sean Spicer Resigns

The New York financier repeatedly declared his love for and loyalty to Trump . While AP reported that Spicer was resigning to Sacaramucci being picked, Reuters said that no other changes were immediately expected in the White House communications operation.