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Joker look-alike busted for pointing gun at cars

Joker look-alike busted for pointing gun at cars

On Tuesday night, officers were called to the 15200 block of S.W. 104th St. after drivers said that a man who looked like a villain from a superhero movie was pointing a gun at passing vehicles. During a court appearance Wednesday, Sullivan told a judge he lives with his mother. Sullivan also said he is a tattoo model. The comic book Joker's signature "Ha, Ha, Ha" is tattooed below his right eye.


Trump budget: More tolls and private rest areas, less money for DOT

Trump budget: More tolls and private rest areas, less money for DOT

Defence: Trump's proposed budget calls for $639 billion in Pentagon spending in 2018, up from $606 billion in 2017. "Basically dead on arrival", opined the Senate's No. Bill Cassidy, says, "I don't think the president's budget is going anywhere". The president proposes a 36 percent cut in the federally subsidized crop insurance program.



Alabama F Braxton Key withdraws from NBA Draft

They can either continue to be talented college basketball athletes, or throw their hats into the NBA draft and hope for the best. A 2017 SEC All-Freshman team selection, Key also led the team in minutes played (29.8 mpg), while ranking second in assists (2.5 apg) and rebounding (5.7 rpg).



Trump's Saudi summit was 'show with no value', says Iran's Rouhani

As his victory was announced on Saturday, U.S. President Donald Trump was in Saudi Arabia , Iran's regional rival, bolstering a coalition of states opposed to the Islamic republic. Macron, who had contacted Rouhani to congratulate him on his re-election, stressed the importance of the JCPOA and noted that supporting the historic nuclear deal was important for developing mutual ties.



Trump seeks to slash $3.6 trillion of spending in austere budget

The administration proposes reducing spending on Medicaid programs by more than $600 billion over the next decade, a massive cut that appears to go on top of $839 billion in Medicaid cuts included in the House health care bill Trump is supporting.


President Trump could possibly pick a new FBI director by next week

President Trump could possibly pick a new FBI director by next week

President Donald Trump's abrupt firing of FBI Director James Comey drew controversy and mixed reactions this week. He is Senate majority whip, making him the second-ranking Republican in the chamber. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, discussing the latest developments on the the Senate floor, said: "The country is being tested in unprecedented ways".