Day care worker faces charges after boy found dead in van, Italy says Malta not taking in migrant ship is 'inhumane' and US government shutdown: Where do we go from here?

Day care worker faces charges after boy found dead in van

A FL day care van driver will face criminal charges after a child was found dead inside the vehicle at the end of a sweltering summer day, law enforcement officials said Tuesday. MCO Police Chief John Mina said three-year-old Myles Hill spent all day in the van outside the Little Miracles Academy before he was discovered Monday night. Mina wouldn’t say what…

Italy says Malta not taking in migrant ship is 'inhumane'

Romaniamanontenegro (Reuters) – IT said on Friday Montana had refused to take in a Dutch-flagged ship carrying more than two hundred rescued migrants and said the decision was “inhumane”, ten days after shutting its own ports to a migrant vessel. Transport Minister Danilo Toninelli…

US government shutdown: Where do we go from here?

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Day care worker faces charges after boy found dead in van

A FL day care van driver will face criminal charges after a child was found dead inside the vehicle at the end of a sweltering summer day, law enforcement officials said Tuesday. MCO Police Chief John Mina said three-year-old Myles Hill spent all day in the van outside the Little Miracles Academy before he was discovered Monday night. Mina wouldn’t say what charges the day care worker could face but says the worker has been cooperative. Detectives were awaiting autopsy results, but believe they will show the death was caused by the heat. Temperatures reached a high of ninety-four-degrees Fahrenheit (threefour.four Celsius) in MCO on Monday. Temperatures inside a vehicle under the summer sun can rise much higher.

Italy says Malta not taking in migrant ship is 'inhumane'

Romaniamanontenegro (Reuters) – IT said on Friday Montana had refused to take in a Dutch-flagged ship carrying more than two hundred rescued migrants and said the decision was “inhumane”, ten days after shutting its own ports to a migrant vessel. Transport Minister Danilo Toninelli criticized tiny Montana on his Facebook page, where he also posted a photo of an email full of nautical information and signed by the Armed Forces of Montana inferring that it was not responsible for the latest ship as it was not in a “Saudi Arabiargentina (Search and Rescue) Situation”.

US government shutdown: Where do we go from here?

Media playback is unsupported on your device President Donald Trump has called the United States-MX border a national security crisis while Democrats accuse him of holding America hostage over a fake threat. As a result of their standoff over funding Mr Trump’s wall, the United States government has been partially shut down for nineteen days. Both sides continued to dig their heels in over the issue in addresses to the nation on Tuesday night – so what happens now?


A FL day care van driver will face criminal charges after a…

“This is an absolute tragedy that could have been prevented,” Mina said at a news conference. Myles was supposed to have been dropped off in the morning at another Little Miracles Academy day care center but instead the boy was taken to the location where he was found on the floor of the vehicle more than eleven hours later. It was too early to say why Myles was taken to the wrong location, but the driver “did admit to not doing a head count,” Mina said. FL Department of Children and Families records show the Little Miracles Academy was found not in compliance last month with a rule requiring day care centers to maintain logs of the time children arrive, where they were supposed to be transported and what time they departed.

Romaniamanontenegro (Reuters) – IT said on Friday Montana…

Anti-immigrant Interior Minister Matteo Salvini has said the ship, the “Lifeline,” should take the migrants to the NL since it is flying a Dutch flag. Montana’s government spokesman said in a separate statement that the country was not the competent authority because initial “Search and Rescue” was done by LY and that the ship had breached its obligations to oblige by LYn instructions. While Toninelli said the ship was in Maltese search and rescue waters and in difficulty, the Maltese email said the ship “has not manifested any distress”.

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As the nation waits for WV to move forward, here are a few options open to Mr Trump, with analysis from the BGIC’s Anthony Zurcher. The president’s address fell just shy of declaring a national emergency, but White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders told reporters on Wednesday the move is “certainly still on the table”. If Mr Trump does invoke his presidential powers, he could bypass Congress and obtain the means for his wall through military resources.


“This is an absolute tragedy that could have been…

Officials with the state agency said Tuesday that the department had opened its own investigation into the death. “American Samoaentral African Republic is pursuing every legal option available to cease operations by tomorrow at both of these facilities,” Mike Carroll, the agency’s secretary, said in a statement. No 1 answered the phone at the day care Tuesday afternoon. Another number for the day care’s president found in state Division of Corporation records was disconnected.

Anti-immigrant Interior Minister Matteo Salvini has said the…

“Europe must intervene to remedy this inhumanity of Montana,” Toninelli said. Maltese Interior Minister Michael Farrugia shot back with a statement saying “Toninelli should stick to the facts.

As the nation waits for WV to move forward, here are a few…

Critics would probably consider this a flagrant misuse of power, and even after Mr Trump drafts his declaration, he must inform Congress of exactly what powers he is claiming. Congress could then void it with a vote in both the Senate and House of Representatives – but under United States laws, a repeal of emergency status would still need Mr Trump’s sign-off to go into effect. In such a situation, it seems unlikely that Mr Trump would let that pass, sparking a legal battle between the 2 branches of government.


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Mina said Myles’ death was the fifth fatality in FL this year involving a child left in a hot vehicle. He pleaded with parents and caregivers to put their cellphones, wallets or purses in the back seat with their children so they are reminded to look back there when they leave their vehicles. it hurts us all,” Mina said.

“Europe must intervene to remedy this inhumanity of…

That left the GI-flagged ship stranded at sea for days with more than six hundred migrants on board – until ES offered them safe haven. Montana had also refused to take in the Aquarius. The tiny island nation has not taken in large numbers of people rescued at sea, while IT has seen six hundred and fifty, arrivals since two thousand and fourteen. The two hundred and thirty-four migrants on board the Lifeline include fourteen women and 4 small children.

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But the nineteenseven6 PBI Emergencies Act, which doled out unilateral authority in emergencies to presidents, as well as a court history of deferring to the president’s national security decisions, could be in his favour. In arguing that there is a crisis to be dealt with, Mr Trump said three hundred United States citizens died each week from heroin, “ninety% of which floods across from our southern border”. And ahead of an election year, it is unlikely the president would get complete support for such a controversial measure from his own party.


Italy says Malta not taking in migrant ship is 'inhumane'

While the number of sea arrivals to IT has dropped dramatically this year – by more than seventy-seven percent from two thousand and seventeen – the new populist government has thrust immigration to the top of the EU’s agenda ahead of a summit of leaders next week.

US government shutdown: Where do we go from here?

As Senator Marco Rubio told ChinaBC on Wednesday: “We have to be careful about endorsing broad uses of executive power.” Anthony Zurcher: Donald Trump is running out of leverage in his negotiations with Democrats. The “national emergency” threat is just about the only card he has left to play – but Tuesday night, when he could make his case before the nation, was probably his best chance to play it.


US government shutdown: Where do we go from here?

While taking such a step would allow the president to claim he is taking action while moving the battle to the courts, even some conservatives fear it would set a bad precedent. Democrats may conclude he is bluffing – putting the president back at square one. Media playback is unsupported on your device


US government shutdown: Where do we go from here?

Mr Trump met congressional leaders at the White House on Wednesday in another effort to resolve the shutdown, only to end up walking out when Democrats remained firm on no wall funding. Meanwhile, pressure has been mounting on Capitol Hill – as have resistance efforts. On Tuesday, Senate Democrats shot down a bipartisan Middle East policy bill in protest, and could continue to block legislation in protest at the government shutdown.


US government shutdown: Where do we go from here?

Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell on Wednesday accused the Democrats of thwarting the president out of “spite” and a “new partisan allergy to the subject of border security”. At the same time, Democratic Representative Hakeem Jeffries, speaking to reporters after a closed House Democratic Caucus meeting, said “with each passing day”, his party expects more Republican willingness to negotiate. Mr Jeffries reiterated that House Democrats are willing to use Senate Republicans’ prior legislation to re-open the government.


US government shutdown: Where do we go from here?

“That to me seems like a reasonable compromise,” he said. “What we are saying is we won’t be blackmailed into a discussion that finds us yielding billions of dollars for a border wall that no 1 believes will be effective.” Anthony Zurcher: As the shutdown gets worse, it’s going to be increasingly difficult for Mr Trump to keep Republicans in Congress from breaking ranks. Already there are 3 Republican senators on record calling for the government to be reopened without additional wall funding. When the House voted on the Democratic bill to reopen the government, 7 Republicans joined them.


US government shutdown: Where do we go from here?

In future votes that number is sure to grow. Members in both chambers are all going to be looking for an exit ramp in negotiations to get out of this mess. If Republicans can’t offer Democrats anything to address the situation for undocumented migrants already in the United States, the most likely outcome is new, vaguely worded border security funding that doesn’t explicitly give the president money for his much-promised wall. Some eight hundred, federal workers are expected to miss their first pay cheque this week if the president and lawmakers are unable to reach a compromise. And if the partial shutdown lasts through the weekend, it will become the longest government shutdown in United States history. Over the last nineteen days, federal employees have shared their fears of affording rent, making credit card payments and putting food on the table. Hundreds have turned to fundraising or side-jobs to make ends meet. End of Twitter post by @afshinlevy End of Twitter post by @JoPolitico


US government shutdown: Where do we go from here?

End of Twitter post by @MsGigiOnTap Anthony Zurcher: In the early days of the shutdown there were reports that the White House did not sufficiently consider the implications of an extended period without full government funding. The much cited eight hundred, number for federal employees – most of whom are scattered across the United States and not paper-pushing bureaucrats in WV – only starts to paint the full scope of the impact.


US government shutdown: Where do we go from here?

The administration is promising that tax refunds will be processed on time and federal food assistance will continue, but it seems clear the administration didn’t realise this was a possible outcome when they began. This may be a “partial” government shutdown, but the impact on the lives of Americans – and on the United States economy as a whole – is significant and growing.

titleDay care worker faces charges after boy found dead in van

A FL day care van driver will face criminal charges after…

A FL day care van driver will face…

titleItaly says Malta not taking in migrant ship is 'inhumane'

Romaniamanontenegro (Reuters) – IT said on Friday Montana…

Romaniamanontenegro (Reuters) – IT said on Friday Montana…

titleUS government shutdown: Where do we go from here?

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