Donald Trump gave the pen he used to sign a veto of the resolution to a mother whose son was killed by someone in the country illegally, for AP.  Jill Colvin
The president after signing his veto. There was applause and he handed his signature to one of the mothers whose child was killed by someone in the country illegally pic.twitter.com/DDqZBct68m
Trump vetoed the resolution to block the national emergency
Donald Trump vetoed the congressional resolution blocking his national emergency declaration.
Donald Trump briefly addressed the New Zealand mosque by firing at the top of his Oval Office event and then started discussing border security, for PBS .
"I will sign and veto," Trump said of the Congress resolution to end his national emergency. "People hate the word invasion, but that's what it is."
Texas Senator Ted Cruz was fined $ 35,000 by the Federal Electoral Commission for failing to reveal more than $ 1 million in campaign loans from Citibank and Goldman Sachs.
Beauty comes from a complaint presented by the Campaign Legal Center, according to the group. They said that Cruz got $ 1.1 million in bank loans for his 2012 Senate campaign, but he incorrectly reported the loans as coming from personal funds.
"Candidates should take seriously their legal obligation to reveal where the campaign money comes from. Today's announcement is a recognition that the Cruz campaign has deprived voters of that critical information," he said. called the CLC.
Donald Trump says he spoke with the Prime Minister of New Zealand after mass shooting in two mosques.
The EPA reduced the Obama administration's rules to ban most of the uses of a very stripper toxic called methylene chloride, which killed dozens of people, according to the New York Times.
The agency will now ban sales only to regular consumers, but will allow contractors to continue using it, something that would have been banned by Obama's plan.
Cesar Sayoc, Donald Trump's fan accused of sending bombs to political figures Democrats and media organizations, it is expected to plead guilty, the New York Daily News reports.
The so-called MAGA bomber was behind 16 bombs sent by mail to Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, CNN and others, authorities say.
It is expected that he will plead guilty next week, according to a notice planning a protest hearing cited by the News.
Graham asks to see the reports of the twenty-fifth Trump amendment
The chairman of the Senate judicial commission Lindsey Graham asks for all documents and communications relating to Discussions on how to remove Donald Trump from his post under the 25th amendment.
Graham presented the request in a letter to Attorney General William Barr, the Washington Post reported.
The main officials of the police forces discussed the use of the 25th amendment, which allows the president to be removed if he is unable to perform his duties, the former director said of the FBI Andrew McCabe.
Graham wrote that he would investigate "what amounts to a coup," according to the Post.
Beto O & # 39; Rourke belonged to the oldest group of cyber hackers in US history when he was a teenager, told Reuters in a new interview
O & # 39; Rourke was part of Cult of the Dead Cow, which released tools that allowed ordinary people to hack Windows computers and coined the term "hacktivism".
"C & # 39; it's just this deep value in being able to stand out from the system and look at it critically and have fun while you're doing it," O & Rourke told Reuters. "I think the Cult of the Dead Cow is a great example of this."
The story also reveals that O & # 39; Rourke wrote a murderous fantasy in which the narrator leads children on the street.
"One day, while I was coming home from work, I noticed two children crossing the street. They were happy, happy to be free of their problems," reads the story, which O & # 39; Rourke wrote when he had 15 years. "As I approached the young, I put all my weight on my right foot, keeping the accelerator pedal on the floor until I heard the crash of the two children on the hood, and then the loud cry of pain of one of the two. I was so fascinated for a moment, that when after stopping my vehicle, I sat in a daze, sweet visions that filled my head. "
Senator and presidential candidate Cory Booker criticized technology companies for giving a "platform for hate "after the deadly shootings at two New Zealand mosques.
"Technology companies have a responsibility to do the right thing morally. I don't care about your profits. When it comes to values, safety, security and decency, technology companies are obliged to do the right thing "said Booker, according to a video tweeted by a collaborator.
"This is a case where you are giving a platform to hate. This is unacceptable. It should never have happened, and it should have been removed much more quickly, and mechanisms should be put in place to allow these companies to do this. "