This week, shots fired by a gunman caused a Capital Hill lock down, an insurance company celebrated April Fools' Day, and Donald Trump welcomed a new grandchild.
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The baby, named Theodore James, arrived at 5:43 p.m. on Easter Sunday.
Mostly women and children were killed and injured in the blast, which occurred at a busy park in Lahore.
“The Festival doesn’t seek to avoid or shy away from controversy. However, we have concerns with certain things in this film that we feel prevent us from presenting it in the Festival program. We have decided to remove it from our schedule,” festival co-founder Robert DeNiro said in a statement.
Trump has stood by his team member and has advised his political ally to “never settle that case.”
The entire complex was immediately locked down.
The candidate said that he does not think that a man should bear any responsibility for abortions.
The actress has partnered with Om Edibles founder Maya Elisabeth to roll out a series of new marijuana-infused products.
Following last month’s Super Tuesday, the Google searches for “move to Canada” were higher than any other time in Google history.
“The governor is adamantly pro-life. He believes in not only erring on the side of life, but also minimizing any pain that may be caused to an unborn child,” Herbert’s spokesman Jon Cox said.
The video of the encounter, released by Greenpeace, shows Clinton jabbing her finger at the activist as she accuses the candidate of lying.
U.S. District Judge Daniel P. Jordan derided the state’s lawyers for offering what he called a “tepid” defense of the 2000 statute, criticizing them for not even trying to justify the legality of the law.