President Donald Trump's tweets about former Vice President Joe Biden over the weekend were “contrary to the best interests of our country and the integrity of our country,"according to Kamala Harris.
Trump tweeted that he smiled when North Korea's dictator, Kim Jong Un referred to Biden as a "low IQ individual".
"The idea that this president on foreign soil attacked the previous vice president of the United States — I don't care what the differences on policy issues ... It is wrong,” she said.
Harris also unveiled a proposal to force state and local governments with a history of violating abortion rights under Roe v. Wade to require Department of Justice approval for any future changes to their abortion laws.
Chinese tech giant Huawei said it would go to court to challenge a new law that limits its ability to sell telecom equipment in the U.S.
A new book from author Michael Wolffreportedly claims that Special Counsel Robert Mueller wrote a three-count obstruction of justice indictment against President Donald Trump, before scrapping it. Mueller's office denies the claim.
There have been 133 cases of children being injured in cases involving lawn mowers since 2004, newly obtained records show.
The White House's policy of prioritizing "merit-based" immigration, based on skills and education rather than family ties, is an attempt to "weaponize the politics of exclusion," writes Michelle Chen, a contributing writer at The Nation.
The new rules, she argues, seek to impose "shame and stigma on immigrants just for seeking support from a public agency or relying on it for the care of a loved one"
These were some of the weird and wonderful flavors of beer on display at the Strange Brew Festival in Reno, Nevada this month. They might not be to everyone's taste but reflect the more adventurous palate of younger, craft beer-drinking consumers.
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