Trial, golf, photography, blog. Busy day for an old man.
By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS and HELENE COOPER
In a declassified report, White House officials said the Syrian and Russian governments sought to confuse the world about the assault through disinformation and "false narratives."
Below is my column on the unfolding future of the Supreme Court after the confirmation of Justice Neil Gorsuch and the elimination of filibusters in the selection of Supreme Court nominees. For years, commentators have been discussing the timing of the retirement of our older justices, including Justice Ginsburg. There was rising concern when Ginsburg decided to stay on the Court past the midterm mark of the second Obama term. Those concerns have now been magnified and realized with the Trump election and filibuster elimination. Of course, the same concerns are raised by the possible retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy, the swing vote on the current Court. New rumors have arisen this week about Kennedy. However, of all of the older justices, it is replacement of Ginsburg that could produce the most profound changes for the country.
By JULIE CRESWELL and SAPNA MAHESHWARI
The videos cast an unwelcome light not just on United, but on the airline industry's efforts to maximize profits.
New evidence problems raise questions in 65 criminal cases, Harris Co. DA's office announces
Updated 11:41 am, Wednesday, April 12, 2017