300 Click for offerRep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said she especially wants to know more about Pence’s role in Ukraine policy. Expensive installations along the flourishing Space Coast, around Cape Canaveral, could be affected. Fuel shipments could be delayed by any disruptions at major hubs for cargo such as Jaxport in Jacksonville or Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale.
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TYPE ::MOUNTAIN BIKEHe wanted to work for the government because government jobs had bailed out his family during the Depression. In 1953, Mr. Forden and several fellow students went to Washington for job interviews, only to find that the Central Intelligence Agency, to their knowledge, was the only government arm seeking recruits. There was a silver lining, however: The storm’s slow pace will give people more time to get ready for a possible hit, Mr. Bibo said. — Patricia Mazzei
BRAND ::SPORTS SCOTTY“Lipton joining forces with the pro-Trump, anti-woman and anti-L.G.B.T.Q. Conservative Party proves once and for all that he has no ideology,” said Rich Azzopardi, a senior adviser to Mr. Cuomo. “It’s only about personal power, hypocrisy be damned.” The sport got another boost in the 1960s, when Mr. Seltzer’s son, Jerry, started airing the games on local TV stations. That’s when the real drama began, as spectators flocked to the collisions and feuds that took place as each team’s “jammers” tried to score points by passing their opponents, and “blockers” tried to hold them back.
Mr. Sanders’s higher income in recent years has created some political awkwardness for the senator, who in his 2016 presidential campaign frequently railed against “millionaires and billionaires” and their influence over the political process. Against this backdrop, it is hardly surprising to see the white-supremacist threat growing inside the United States. A study by the Anti-Defamation League found that, in 2018, right-wing extremists were responsible for three times as many deaths in the United States as were Islamists. The same study showed that 2018 was the deadliest year of right-wing extremist violence since 1995 — when the Oklahoma City bombing took place. Because of massacres like the one on Saturday in El Paso, the year 2019 may yet prove worse.