Sir Paul McCartney to write It’s A Wonderful Life musical
Widespread, oppressive and dangerous heat to roast much of the U.S. through the weekend
According to the National Weather Service, 51 percent of the Lower 48 states are likely to see air temperatures reach or exceed 95 degrees during the next seven days, with 85 percent experiencing temperatures above 90 degrees during the same period.
House Votes to Kill Trump Impeachment Resolution
Representative James E. Clyburn of South Carolina, the No. 3 House Democrat, conceded on Wednesday that the party was having a hard time focusing voters’ attention on the minimum wage or any other policy they were pushing.
aThe American people need to be informed about what it is their legislators are doing, Mr. Clyburn lamented during an interview on CNN, and not be so preoccupied with a lawless president who seems not to care much about the law.a
Send her back, crowd chants at Rep. Omar during Trump campaign rally in NC
Also among the Trump supporters was Byron Jimenez, a native of Guatemala. Jimenez, 56, became a citizen in the 1980s and now lives in Raleigh with his wife Esther, who was born in Los Angeles after her family immigrated from Mexico.
The couple said they care more about “family values” than Trump’s immigration policy, but said they support Trump’s effort to build a wall on the southern border.
“I think they’ve got to approach it the legal way,” Jimenez said of people entering the country. He said he worries that immigrants entering the country illegally are doing so to smuggle drugs.
“This place is a blessing. This is a place we need to take care of,” he said.
Esther Jimenez said she appreciates that Trump is anti-abortion and wants to protect Americans.
“We know that Trump isn’t a sweetheart sometimes. But we’re not going for that. We’re going for what he’s teaching,” she said.
Trump slams 4 congresswomen; crowd chants, ‘Send her back!’
It was Trump’s sixth visit to the state as president and his first 2020 campaign event in North Carolina, where he defeated Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in 2016.
An 11-year-old’s clever ‘ice cold beer’ sign sure got the cops’ attention