Capitol Police Arrest About 575 Protesters at Senate Office Building

Dem congresswoman among anti-Trump protesters arrested inside Capitol office building

Dem congresswoman among anti-Trump protesters arrested inside Capitol office building

"I'm proud to have been arrested with them, to put myself in the camp of people who believe that the United States of America is better", Jayapal said in a Twitter video following her arrest.

They were joined and supported by a number of prominent figures, such as the actress Susan Sarandon and multiple Democratic Senators, including Elizabeth Warren, Tammy Duckworth and others.

Goodbye, Geoffrey: Toys R Us closing its last stores
What we found was a manager who didn't want us filming, no Geoffrey, and a pretty good sale on a small selection of toys. But several of Toys "R" Us' old competitors are already eyeing to fill the void.

More than 600 protesters, mostly women, were arrested on Thursday after they staged a non-violent action in the heart of the USA senate office building in Washington against Donald Trump's "zero tolerance" policy towards immigrants and separation of families at the border. Rep. Pramila Jayapal was one of those who were detained on Thursday, before being released with a fine.

"Arrested. Stay strong. Keep fighting".

Girl selling water sparks altercation
In the viral video , the girl's older cousin can be seen following Ettel , who was walking away while talking on the phone. She bestowed the nickname " Permit Patty " on the woman and compared her to " BBQ Becky " and Internet users did the rest.

There was no word on whether she felt outrage at the deaths of Americans at the hands of illegal immigrants - and no word on how the protesters felt about parents who illegally send their own children across the border to face many dangers alone. "We are not protestors, we are protectors!" read a tweet from the Women's March. Trump reversed that policy last week, through protest organizers said they plan to go on with the events nationwide in a unified rebuke of the administration's treatment of immigrants.

President Trump responded to the recent Democrat backlash in a rally from North Dakota on Wednesday.

Messi's Argentina face crunch match for redemption
Jorge Sampaoli's men are facing a group-stage exit in Russian Federation after collecting just one point from their opening two games.

Trump and Congress have struggled to resolve a crisis that has seen more than 2,000 children separated from their migrant parents since the administration announced a "zero-tolerance" border policy in early May. "This is about right and wrong".

Recommended News

  • Samsung and Apple settle ongoing patent dispute from 2011

    Samsung and Apple settle ongoing patent dispute from 2011

    When contacted by AFP for comment, Apple referred to a statement released last month after the jury announced the damages award. How much Samsung agreed to pay Apple hasn't been disclosed.
    NZ PM Jacinda Ardern, Gayford explain baby's name, Neve Te Aroha

    NZ PM Jacinda Ardern, Gayford explain baby's name, Neve Te Aroha

    Neve is Ardern's first child and she weighed in at 3.31kg when she made her way into the world at 4.45pm on Thursday 21 June. PMO says it was a "hive of activity this morning" with Ardern being visited by her midwife, obstetrician and physio.
    Erdogan leads early count in pivotal Turkey poll

    Erdogan leads early count in pivotal Turkey poll

    The voters had to present a medical report explaining their reason for being unable to come to polling stations. Erdogan accused his late ally and now nemesis, US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen, of masterminding the coup.
  • Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo can't be stopped by one player - Uruguay coach

    Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo can't be stopped by one player - Uruguay coach

    Clearly, the momentum will be with the South American team and they will be a force to reckon with in the upcoming tie. We've shown we have the chance to win and if we keep it up this way I think we'll be successful.
    Brazil coasts by Serbia 2-0, advances to knockout round

    Brazil coasts by Serbia 2-0, advances to knockout round

    Four years ago, Paulinho was part of the Brazil team that was humiliated at home in a 7-1 drubbing by Germany in the semifinals. At the back, Brazil have one of Europe's most sought after goalkeepers in Alisson but he wasn't altogether convincing.
    Xiaomi Mi Pad 4 vs Mi Pad 3: What’s New?

    Xiaomi Mi Pad 4 vs Mi Pad 3: What’s New?

    The device offered pure stock Android , unlike other Xiaomi phones which are considered to be bloated due to Xiaomi's stock MIUI. Xiaomi is releasing the new phone in two RAM variants, 3GB and 4GB and the internal storage also has two options 32GB and 64GB.
  • No tactical revolution at Russia World Cup, says Jose Mourinho RT Exclusive

    No tactical revolution at Russia World Cup, says Jose Mourinho RT Exclusive

    Top stat: Sweden's game against South Korea saw the most fouls (43) of any game at Russian Federation 2018 so far. Midfielder Sami Khedira backed Low , adding that he would consider his own worldwide future in the weeks ahead.
    Sanju leaked online day before worldwide release

    Sanju leaked online day before worldwide release

    Both the actors were playing their respective characters, Anushka being a biographer and Ranbir playing Sanju . However, Sanjay was watching his biopic but the eyes of Ranbir and Hirani were at him to know his reaction.
    Trump Threatens To Hit Harley-Davidson With Taxes If It Moves Overseas

    Trump Threatens To Hit Harley-Davidson With Taxes If It Moves Overseas

    Add Donald Trump as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Donald Trump news, video, and analysis from ABC News. The president had earlier warned that any shift in production "will be the beginning of the end" for the company.
  • Italian PM satisfied with 'right direction' at European Union  migration summit

    Italian PM satisfied with 'right direction' at European Union migration summit

    Its tough new approach has aggravated European Union tensions over immigration policy and created concerns among investors. He mentioned Libya - the main jumping off point for countries bound for Europe - other African countries and the Balkans.
    Online Retailers Lose State Tax Subsidy

    Online Retailers Lose State Tax Subsidy

    Tom Reed, R-N.Y., said he supported the ruling's creation of a level playing field between online sellers and physical retailers. She says prices may go up on her website, but it's important states see tax dollars for online purchases.
    Saudi Arabia says new Yemen missile intercepted

    Saudi Arabia says new Yemen missile intercepted

    Earlier in the day, witnesses said another airstrike targeted a tractor driver and his assistant in eastern Hodeida. Around two-thirds of the country's population of 27 million relies on aid and 8.4 million are at risk of starving.

We are pleased to provide this opportunity to share information, experiences and observations about what's in the news.
Some of the comments may be reprinted elsewhere in the site or in the newspaper.
Thank you for taking the time to offer your thoughts.