Demonstrators calling for "an end to family detention" and in opposition to the immigration policies of the Trump administration rally at the Hart Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill in Washington on June 28. The protesters, mostly women dressed in white, chanted, "Say it loud, say it clear, immigrants are welcome here".
Organized by the Women's March, protesters hit the streets in a "mass civil disobedience" to denounce President Donald Trump's "zero tolerance" immigration policy, which separated over 2,400 children (many of whom have yet to be reunited with their families) at the border.
In a written statement, the Capitol police said around 575 people were charged with unlawfully demonstrating inside the office building.
The groups are asking march attendees to wear white as a "striking visual symbol" to bring participants together and "channel historic social justice movements unified by one color of clothing", the FAQ says.
Their three main demands from the government: abolish the U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement agency, end the practice of detention centers and the zero tolerance policy.
His comments come as the administration works to end the Obama-era policy of separating migrant children from their families at the border. "And as a member of Congress, I refuse to let this president and this administration do what they are doing to children, to parents, to asylum seekers in my name".
Capitol Police arrested almost 600 people, who engaged in protests with several Democrat lawmakers.
"I have two kids and as a white mother, there is nearly no circumstance that they would be taken away from me - ever, " said Victoria Farris, who slept Wednesday night in All Souls Church after participating in civil disobedience training.
"Their parents shouldn't even be locked up", Fudoli said.
Trump's critics have blasted the executive order he signed allowing children to stay with their detained parents, saying incarceration of an entire family is also wrong. "This is not a bad enough crime to lock them up and take their children away".
Filipe Luis, who is playing at his first World Cup after failing to be selected in 2010 and 2014, was brought on to replace him. Mitrovic's shot had gone behind Alisson and was heading toward goal, but Silva got there in time to clear it away.
Denmark require just a point to join France in the knockout stages, and could even pip Les Bleus to top spot with a victory. "But the Argentines made such a bad impression on me that I gave up on asking Messi for his jersey".
The Pacers will decline Stephenson's $4.36 million team option for next season, making him an unrestricted free agent. The draft is only a few minutes from getting underway and there could be a little more clarity once it's over.
The United States says it is imposing the tariffs on steel and metal worldwide in order to protect America's metal industries. Harley Davidson , based in Milwaukee, is now planning to move the production of some of its motorcycles overseas.
Usually, the knock on Harden was his defense, but in the switching scheme the Rockets employed all season he held his own. Dwane Casey was chosen Coach of the Year for his work with the Toronto Raptors, who fired him last month.
Inside the Pikes Peak Bentayga, Key Lime accents mesh with Beluga leather, Alcantara, and an Eliade cloth headliner. To celebrate the record, Bentley has announced a production run of 10 " Pikes Peak Bentayga" special editions.
The decision comes after the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, met Donald Trump in Singapore this month in a historic summit. Referring to Trump's decision to suspend USA military exercises in the region, Pompeo said that "the President was clear".
That said, companies should be careful. "We're just now really understanding cannabinoids and the breadth of what they can do". How will the DEA handle CBD? Epidiolex will be marketed in the United States by GW's USA subsidiary, Greenwich Biosciences .
Since May, the Saudi government has detained about 12 activists who fought for a long list of reforms and civil rights. Amnesty has also called for wider reforms in Saudi Arabia , where women remain subject to male guardianship laws.
France vow to end Lionel Messi's World Cup dreams
Deschamps said Hernandez was fit and would remain at left-back with Benjamin Mendy unable to play due to a muscle issue. After their poor draw against World Cup debutants Iceland, Lionel Messi and Co were thrashed 3-0 by Croatia.
Justice Kennedy announces retirement, now what?
The statement issued by the court said that Kennedy's decision was motivated by his decision to spend more time with his family. The president quickly tweeted his reaction: "Wow!" "We express no view on the soundness of the policy", Justice Roberts added.
Part One of Paul George's Three-Part ESPN Free Agency Series
The Boston Celtics , Cleveland Cavaliers, Philadelphia 76ers and Los Angeles Clippers have reportedly made offers for Leonard. In the latest batch of Kawhi Leonard trade rumors , the Cleveland Cavaliers reportedly are inquiring about acquiring Leonard.
Apple has 'higher-end' AirPods slated for 2019
An in-house audio product team is run by Gary Geaves, formerly an engineer from B&W, a maker of speaker systems and headphones. It's unclear exactly what the new HomePod will look like, but it's likely the Apple product that needs the most work.
Mexico defeats South Korea 2-1
Coach Juan Carlos Osorio insisted that his team would not be complacent, however, underlining South Korea's tactical nous. Mexico were quick out of the traps in the opening half, pressing forward and passing well around the Korean team.
NRF applauds online sales tax decision
Those governments are now expected to swiftly start forcing online vendors to collect taxes. Honestly, this shouldn't be surprising to anyone, but it's a bummer nonetheless.
What's that extra in my online cart? Soon, maybe a sales tax
Tom Reed, R-N.Y., said he supported the ruling's creation of a level playing field between online sellers and physical retailers. The court gave South Dakota a victory, knocking aside the physical-presence rule as arbitrary and obsolete in the digital age.
Turkey votes in pivotal test for Erdogan
Opposition parties and NGOs have deployed up to half a million monitors at ballot boxes to ward against possible electoral fraud. If a candidate wins just over 50 percent of the vote, he will win the presidency, but if not, there will be a runoff on July 8.