Sunday show 6-11-17
Flag Day: U.S. Flag Etiquette
Here are some facts about how to handle, and display the U.S. Flag. I concentrated on the areas that I have seen abused in the past, taken from 4USC6.
Jeff Sessions to testify before Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday
After former FBI director James Comey made headlines with his testimony this week, the spotlight is now on Jeff Sessions. The attorney general said Saturday he will accept an invitation to appear before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday.
Judicial Watch Cites New Evidence Clinton Knowingly Used Unsecured Device After Being Warned
The legal watchdog group Judicial Watch on Thursday submitted new evidence to a U.S. District Court showing that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton used an unsecured Blackberry phone after being warned of the risk of doing so by “security hawks.”
'Wonder Woman' buries 'The Mummy' at box office
Warner Bros.' "Wonder Woman" wrapped up Cruise's "The Mummy" at the weekend box office, pulling in an estimated $57.2 million in North American theaters, according to studio estimates Sunday.
Uber Executive Emil Michael Leaves Company
Uber Technologies Inc. executive Emil Michael, one of Chief Executive Travis Kalanick's closest confidants, is planning to resign as soon as Monday amid a continuing investigation into the company's workplace culture, according to people familiar with matter.
Pressure Grows on Military as Venezuela’s Governing Crisis Worsens
Analysts point to increased pressure on Venezuela’s military and a growing rift between President Nicolas Maduro and his chief prosecutor as new challenges confronting the president as he tries to centralize his power amid worsening street protests and violence.
Trump: 'Dreamers' should 'rest easy President Trump said Friday that undocumented immigrants who were brought illegally to the U.S. as children should "rest easy" and not fear deportation under his administration's efforts to ramp up immigration enforcement.
Immigration agents make arrests in Memphis – one family's story
Tomas Maldonado entered the U.S. illegally from Mexico more than 10 years ago. Since then, he’s bought a house and started a family. But his immigration violation has caused him big problems.