I deeply regret slugging the guy that wrongfully said I was prone to violence.
Trump promises to cut his golf game short if North Korea kills us. Also promised to read his first book on war very, very soon #or at least the Cliff notes.
By HELENE COOPER and MUJIB MASHAL
A new version of the most powerful conventional bomb in the American arsenal, so big it had to be dropped from a cargo plane, was used for the first time in combat.
What next? Scorpion stings passenger on United Airlines flight
Due to the holiday, the House of Representatives and the Senate will be closed on Representative Todd Hunter, Chair of the House Calendars Committee, announced that beginning next week, the House will have a calendar through Friday., April 14.
|House Criminal Jurisprudence|
The House Criminal Jurisprudence Committee met on Monday, April 10 and considered a full agenda of bills, including HB 3729 by White (R-Hillister) relating to the administrative, civil, and criminal consequences, including fines, fees, and costs, imposed on persons arrested for, charged with, or convicted of certain criminal offenses. The bill was left pending. The committee voted out several previously considered bills, including HB 1268 by Schaefer (R-Tyler) relating to a challenge to a grand juror; HB 1551 by Krause(R-Fort Worth) relating to the creation of a commission to review certain penal laws of this state; and HB 2680 by Canales (D-Edinburg) relating to the creation and promulgation of certain standard forms for statewide use in criminal actions. Click here to listen to the archived committee broadcast.
The next committee meeting is scheduled for Monday, April 17. Among the bills to be considered are:
|House Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence|
The House Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence Committee heard a variety of bills on Tuesday, April 11. Among the bills considered and left pending were:
The next meeting of the committee is scheduled for Tuesday, April 18. Click here to view the agenda.
OPINION | OP-ED CONTRIBUTORFiling Taxes in Japan Is a Breeze. Why Not Here?
By T.R. REID
The American system of filing taxes is infuriatingly complex. It could be much simpler if tax prep companies didn't interfere.
By PETER BAKER
President Trump, the first occupant of the White House never to serve in government or the military, discovers some issues are more complex than he knew.
A lawyer for the man dragged from a United Airlines plane said at a press conference on Thursday that his client will need reconstructive surgery and will "probably" file a lawsuit.