Pelosi: Trump Agreed With Democrats on Essence of the 'Dream Act'
In an exclusive interview on Meet the Press, House Minority Leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) tells Chuck Todd that she trusts the president to honor an agreement that protects so-called "dreamers."
Forget Cheat ?Sheet? ? Student Outwits Professor With Enormous 'Cheat Poster'
When Professor Reb Beatty of Maryland?s Anne Arundel Community College arrived at his accounting class to administer a test last week, he hardly could have imagined that he?d be the one getting outsmarted. In a Sept. 20 Facebook post that?s since gone viral, Beatty explained that he?d told his students that they were allowed to bring in a ?3x5? cheat sheet to use during the test. Beatty, however, failed to specify the unit of measurement he was referring to.
Bill Maher Uses Children's Book To Explain Donald Trump's Deal With Democrats
Bill Maher believes there?s a simple explanation for why ?fast-talking city slicker? President Donald Trump reportedly cut a deal with Democrats over the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program earlier this month.
'Hallelujah.' Family of Holly Bobo Thanks God After Guilty Verdict in Murder Case
Companies Look to Bridge U.S. ?Middle Skills? Gap
Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria
Dog Hoards Money So She Can Pay For Treats Herself
Marriott refuses to cancel conference booking by anti-Muslim hate group
The Marriot hotel group are refusing to cancel an event organised by one of the largest anti-Muslim groups in America. ACT for America was launched as a response to the 9/11 attacks and it has been accused of existing ?to advance anti-Muslim legislation and spread hate speech,? according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. The group, which claims to have 750,000 members and 1,000 volunteer groups, is holding its national two-day conference on 2 October in Arlington, Virginia, at the Marriott Crystal Gateway hotel.
Marc Cuban: Trump Must 'Be Able to Take the Blowback' When He Attacks Athletes
Iraqi Kurds to go ahead with independence vote despite threats
Iraq's Kurds said Sunday they will hold an independence referendum "whatever the risk and price", despite threats of retaliation from the country's central government on the eve of the vote. Massud Barzani, the leader of oil-rich Iraqi Kurdistan, said his people's partnership with Baghdad had failed and that the plebiscite would proceed as planned on Monday. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, speaking on television soon after, threatened to take the "necessary measures" to protect Iraqi unity, and his government urged all countries to deal only with it on oil transactions.