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The hearse was parked out front with the rear door open and people were filing out of church as the shots began, police said.
“Stanford’s after-hours disciplinary charge, and the reckless nature of submission to Katie, caused ... an acute stress reaction,″ states the lawsuit.
It was supposed to be a bank that touted and supported capitalism, family, law enforcement and the love of God and country. It quickly burned through $50 million.
“They reiterated their support for the community as well as their commitment to fighting back against hate and gun violence,” the White House said.
The MSNBC political analyst pivoted his expertise to cover the all-important event.
In another legal setback for Trump, the Supreme Court on Tuesday cleared the way for a congressional committee to get his tax returns after a three-year fight.
The victims — three men and one woman, all Chinese citizens — were shot dead and “executed” on the 10-acre property about 55 miles northwest of Oklahoma City, authorities said.
The White House announced that the United States will diplomatically boycott the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, China but the athletes will still compete.
Musk says he will reinstate Trump’s Twitter account, reversing a ban that has kept him off the social media site since a pro-Trump mob attacked the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.
Allen Weisselberg testified that Eric Trump raised his pay $200,000 after an internal audit found that he’d been reducing his salary and bonuses by the cost of the perks.