U.S. Navy veteran and Supervisory Border Patrol Agent Juan David Ortiz has confessed to the serial killing of four female sex workers.
Authorities were alerted to the killings when a fifth intended victim managed to escape and sought help.
He confessed shortly after his arrest.
The president has decided to implement an additional 10% tariff on $200 billion worth of Chinese products, increasing to 25% by the end of the year.
These latest tariffs are in addition to the preexisting tariffs against $50 billion in Chinese products.
With this latest increase, approximately half of all Chinese imports to the United States will be hit by tariffs.
Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh will both testify before the Senate next Monday regarding Ford’s claim that he attempted to rape her in the 1980s.
Although she tried hard to remain anonymous, once reporters began snooping around her home and work, 51-year old Christine Blasey Ford decided that the only person who would tell her story moving forward would be herself.
Now, she and Kavanaugh have both agreed to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee regarding the allegations on Monday.
The Texas State Board of Education has chosen to keep Moses’ influence on modern politics in textbooks over Hillary Clinton, Helen Keller.
The jaw dropping vote took place Friday and secured Moses’ place in school textbooks while eliminating mentions of both Helen Keller and Hillary Clinton.
The decision will affect the educational materials and curriculum of some 5.4 million schoolchildren.
The death toll as a result of Hurricane Florence rose to at least 15 over the weekend.
So far, 10 have died in North Carolina and five in South Carolina due to “storm-related incidents.”
Although the storm has downgraded to a depression, flash floods, heavy rains, and ever-swelling rivers still pose considerable risk to life.
Christine Blasey Ford, a 51-year old research psychologist, has stepped forward as the one who sent a letter to her representative, Sen. Dianne Feinstein.
Ford is a psychologist and professor currently living in Northern California.
She identified herself through a story published yesterday by The Washington Post, in which she discussed the letter detailing her experience with Kavanaugh back when the two were high schoolers.
The current Secretary of State has criticized his predecessor, John Kerry, for meeting with Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s main point of contention is that these meetings occurred after Kerry left office.
He has ridiculed Kerry’s decision, calling the whole affair “unseemly and unprecedented.”
Senator Dianne Feinstein has given a letter to the FBI detailing an allegation of sexual assault against Brett Kavanaugh.
The incident in question took place when the Supreme Court nominee was in high school.
The revelation comes as the committee has voted to postpone Kavanaugh’s hearing until September 20.
Two of the storm’s first victims were a mother and infant who were killed when a tree fell on their home.
A 78-year old man in North Carolina died plugging in a generator while another man, 77, was killed when a powerful gust knocked him down.
In the town of Hampstead, a woman had a heart attack and perished when debris prevented emergency responders from reaching her.
Former refugee from Afghanistan, Safiya Wazir, beat out anti-immigrant incumbent Dick Patten in New Hampshire.
Wazir ran on a platform advocating for affordable housing, education equality, and the expansion of Medicaid.