Photo: Montgomery County Sheriff's Office Photo: Montgomery County Sheriff's Office Image 1 of / 10 Caption Close Image 1 of 10 Photo: Montgomery County Sheriff's Office Masked man who held woman at gunpoint, fired shot inside Houston area Walmart remains at large 1 / 10 Back to Gallery A robber who held a Walmart employee at gunpoint, forcing her to open a safe before firing his weapon and fleeing on foot has not been found after a preliminary search in the nearby woods, Montgomery County investigators said. Multiple agencies responded to calls reporting gunfire just after 2:41 a.m. at the Walmart in the 3000 block of College Park Drive, where investigators learned that a man entered the store wearing a dark-colored green hoodie and green shorts, … [Read more...] about Masked man who held woman at gunpoint, fired shot inside Houston area Walmart remains at large
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Just minutes after the U.S. Supreme Court’s hearing on the legality of a federal policy that protects more than 700,000 young immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally, California weighed in. Scores of Californians — students, lawyers, activists, politicians — who attended the hearing gathered at the high court plaza in Washington, waving signs of support for the young immigrants known as Dreamers. “Defend DACA,” many of the signs read, colored in the blue and gold of the University of California — a lead plaintiff in the lawsuit that sought to stop the Trump administration from ending the program known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. In Los Angeles, hundreds of teens walked out of classes, urging the court to continue the policy that has transformed Dreamers’ lives by allowing them to legally work without fear of deportation since it was adopted in 2012 by the Obama administration.Top state leaders, including Atty. Gen. Xavier … [Read more...] about After Supreme Court hearing on DACA, California weighs in with walkouts, pledges of support for immigrants
One of the great gifts of social media is the safe space it has created for millennials and GenZs to creatively express their views on issues that matter, such as climate change, money, education, health care, cute animals, beauty and, of course, generational warfare.The young mocking the old is nothing new. And why shouldn’t they? Older folks have been criticizing younger generations for some 2,500 years. From Aristotle to Horace to more recent critiques, the arguments have been consistent. As Aristotle put it in “Rhetoric”: “[Young people] are high-minded because they have not yet been humbled by life, nor have they experienced the force of circumstance…They think they know everything, and are always quite sure about it.”Though comparisons to Aristotle generally are futile, the sentiment he expressed about young people regularly features in today’s discourse. Entitled, impatient, industry-killing, technology-addicted children trapped in adult … [Read more...] about ‘Ok, boomer’ is much more than a meme
So far, President Trump has acted much like he did in business, starting his initiatives with forceful opening shots. That’s a classic negotiating tactic, and his latest use of it appears to have come in his threat to cut federal funding to California should it declare itself a sanctuary state. “If we have to, we’ll defund. We give tremendous amounts of money to California,” Trump told Fox News commentator Bill O’Reilly in an interview that aired on Sunday. “California in many ways is out of control, as you know. ... If they’re going to have sanctuary cities, we may have to do that. Certainly that would be a weapon,” he said. “Obviously, the voters agree or otherwise they wouldn’t have voted for me.” Threatening to cut funding to the nation’s most populous state — and the one with the biggest economy — was Trump’s opening gambit, even though a president cannot unilaterally cut federal funding to a … [Read more...] about Will Trump’s ‘Art of the Deal’ bravado translate to politics?
Aaron David Miller is a senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. He is the author of "The End of Greatness: Why America Can't Have (and Doesn't Want) Another Great President." He served as a Middle East negotiator in Democratic and Republican administrations. The opinions expressed in this commentary are those of the authors; view more opinion articles on CNN. (CNN)Earlier this year, President Trump quipped (I'd like to believe not seriously) that he'd probably remain in office for 10 to 14 years. On another occasion, Trump spoke highly of China's President Xi being president for life and joked to great applause that maybe "we'll give that a shot someday." Aaron David Miller Though he once claimed he'd done more in his first two years in office than any other President in US history (George Washington and Franklin Roosevelt, among others, might have something to say about that), Trump is certainly no great student of the presidency. As such, he is … [Read more...] about The power of incumbency: Four two-term presidents in a row?