ADN HEADLINE RECAP – NOVEMBER 20, 2017
In Case You Missed It
Here are several of the day’s Headline Stories with hyperlinks to each article listed.
Fox News host Sean Hannity and Circa News reporter Sara A. Carter have teamed up to report that “the treasure trove of documents,” linking Russia to the Clinton-Uranium One deal validates statements by FBI informant William D. Campbell Jr.
Another official at the Service Employees International Union has been ousted following accusations of sexual assault. Pedro Malave was first fired from a local Boston-area SEIU chapter in 2014, only to be later rehired at two other local chapters in California.
The Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia issued a ruling forbidding war against the Jews and proclaiming that Hamas is a terror group. The Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia, Abdulaziz Al Sheikh, issued a surprising religious ruling, saying that fighting against Israel was inappropriate and that Hamas is a “terror organization.”
U.S. District Judge William Orrick, who was appointed by former president Barack Obama in 2012, has continued to put up roadblocks before President Trump, in his efforts to fight illegal immigration. Monday, Judge Orrick ruled that the temporary block he had put in place in April to stop Trump’s efforts to withhold funding from sanctuary cities would become permanent, calling Trump’s order “unconstitutional on its face.”
Now you can relive the historic flyby with these releases. In honor of the two-year anniversary of NASA’s New Horizons Pluto flyby on July 14, 2015, the New Horizons team released two flyover videos and detailed maps of Pluto and its Moon, Charon. The maps are made from several images taken by the spacecraft’s Long-Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI) and the Multispectral Visible Imaging Camera (MVIC) stitched together.
Barron Trump stepped out alongside his mother, first lady Melania Trump, at the White House Monday afternoon as she greeted the official White House Christmas tree. The 11-year-old, President Trump’s youngest son, hasn’t been spotted much since moving to Washington.