Melania Trump appeared to want nothing to do with President Donald Trump’s hand on Monday.
WASHINGTON ― As the nation’s capital has been consumed by the frothing chaos of President Donald Trump’s administration - botched Muslim bans, sudden personnel changes and the chief executive’s erratic behavior - a steady current of traditional right-wing orthodoxy is sweeping through the federal government.
A big-game trophy hunter was killed in Africa last week during an encounter with a herd of elephants.
Aaron Hernandez wrote to prison officials to ask for cellmates, according to a letter obtained by The Boston Globe and authenticated by state officials. While the names of the two inmates are redacted, Hernandez refers to them as his “heart” and his “brother.” “So, please make this happen and I even prefer to move in with (name redacted); me and him are very close and have been since the streets and that’s FACT, not bull (expletive),” Hernandez wrote to the prison’s staff dated June 12, 2015. “He’s my heart and like a real brother to me that’s why I want and am requesting to go upstairs and live with him.” Along with that note, he included a request to bunk up with another inmate. “I am requesting
Bitcoin hit a fresh record high above $2,100 on Monday with the cryptocurrency continuing its strong rally.
Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner Mr. Sensenbrenner is a Republican from Wisconsin and chairman of the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration and Border Security. Legal foreign workers are necessary for a thriving, successful American workforce. They bring expertise and flexibility to our companies, allowing them to grow, innovate and create more American jobs. However, our federal visa program is in desperate need of reform and it must be addressed with a serious, clear-eyed approach. For years, America’s work visa programs - specifically H-1B visas for highly skilled foreign workers - have been abused. At their conception, these visas were the solution for American companies that could not find American
Salma Hayek’s transformation into Frida Kahlo for the 2002 film Frida was so believable it earned her an Oscar nomination, but off the big screen, you can generally rely on the actress to stick close to her own signature look. Throughout Hayek’s career, we’ve never taken her for the beauty-chameleon type - until last night, when she showed up at the Women in Motion event at Cannes Film Festival looking barely recognizable in retro rose-gold waves courtesy of celebrity colorist Aura Friedman. In fact, it seems like she might have drawn some inspiration for the shade from the pink and green floral appliqués on her Gucci dress - a nice coordinating touch for a glamorous night out in Cannes.