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"Planting tress is good of course, but it is nowhere near enough of what is needed," the Swedish teen said at the World Economic Forum.
The Senate trial on the two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, begins this week.
Schumer accused McConnell of "totally, totally, totally going along with Trump's cover-up hook, line and sinker."
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Interior Minister Euclides Acevedo said in a statement that the tunnel itself may have been a ruse to cover complicity by prison officials
"Nobody likes him, nobody wants to work with him...It's all just baloney," the former first lady says.
The apology came after several days of back-and-forth between the campaigns over a supporter's op-ed claiming Biden suffers from a "corruption problem."
As president's trial gets underway, he'll be counter programming at the gathering of the world's elite in the Swiss mountain town.
The outbreak comes ahead of the Lunar New Year holiday during which hundreds of millions of people are expected to travel.
A vote on whether to call witnesses to testify in the Senate is not expected to take place until after opening arguments have concluded.
Montana told the Supreme Court that "barring aid to religious institutions promotes religious freedom by preventing the government from using its leverage to dictate religious policy."
"The coyote attacked a young child, and the child's dad went into protection mode and suffocated the coyote until it succumbed," police said.
Six others were injured when rooms at the Perm hotel flooded with boiling water after a heating pipe burst Monday.
The letter was sent days after Parnas spoke out publicly for the first time about his role assisting Giuliani in pushing Ukrainian officials to launch a probe of Joe Biden.
Candidates gave remarks at an annual civil rights rally held in South Carolina's capital with weeks to go before the "first in the South" primary.
Prosecutors said he persuaded them to attach a homemade contraption to the electricity mains and their extremities while he watched and issued instructions.
Rain is wreaking havoc with the year's first major tennis tournament after air quality issues from wildfires impacted qualifying play earlier.
Shipments of unwanted rubbish have been rerouted to Southeast Asia since China banned the import of plastic waste in 2018.
Zhong Nanshan, a respiratory expert, said two people in Guangdong province in southern China caught the disease from family members, state media said.
The trial memo argues that the articles of impeachment against the president a "brazenly political act by House Democrats that must be rejected."
"All of this is a dangerous perversion of the Constitution that the Senate should swiftly and roundly condemn," his defense wrote.
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"Why is McConnell being so secretive about his proposal?" said Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., on Sunday.
The World Health Organization has warned the virus is a new strain that had not been previously identified in humans.