The policy applies to all CFL employees. That includes players, coaches, officials, executives and staff. All will receive annual mandatory training on violence against women and the issues surrounding it. Madison public libraries remain an option for people escaping the elements. They are open from 9 5 on Saturday and on Sunday the Central Library as well as Pinney, Sequoyah and Alicia Ashman will be open from 1 5 pm. During the week, the main libraries are open from 9 9.
PayPal’s impending split from long time partner eBay Inc. CEO John Donahoe, who had been adamant in spurning activist investor Carl Icahn’s call months ago to spin off PayPal. Donahoe, who will step down after the split is finalized in the second half of next year, said he now agrees that it’s the right path for both companies.
Trump’s legal team is preparing to argue that a large part of the report should be protected by executive privilege, the custom that says conversations between a President and his advisers should be private.”Executive privilege is a term that we all should get familiar with because we are going to hear it a lot in 2019, I think more than any year since 1974, when Richard Nixon was up on the ropes and invoked executive privilege, unsuccessfully,” said Elie Honig, a former federal prosecutor who’s a CNN analyst.The Nixon precedent could be a troubling one for the current President. The 37th president claimed executive privilege to try to avoid turning over White House tapes and other subpoenaed materials. But the Supreme Court ruled that executive privilege was limited to communications linked to military and diplomatic issues and did not provide a shield for the president against the demands of due process and the fair administration of justice.Case law on executive privilege is limited, and many constitutional experts expect that any such claims made by the Trump administration would precipitate an epochal Supreme Court case.CNN also reported on Thursday that Mueller was focusing on conflicting public statements by Trump and his team that could be seen as an effort to influence witnesses and obstruct justice.Mueller’s appointment came about only because of an uproar over the firing of former FBI Director James Comey, which soon became the centerpiece of the investigation into whether Trump had obstructed justice.
You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeThe government’s decision not to make police officers a priority in the coronavirus vaccination programme is “outrageous”, councillors in Coventry have blasted.Phase one of the rollout includes nine priority groups considered the most vulnerable, including the over 80s, care home residents and staff, and NHS workers.More than 12 million people have so far received their first dose of the vaccination.But the government has been accused of failing in its duty by not including police in the early roll out.An open letter signed by all 43 branches of the Police Federation of England and Wales and the national Federation chair said officers feel ‘betrayed’ by the decision.Labour councillors in Coventry have also criticised the decision not to include police in the priority list.Read MorePolice Federation boss begs for spare vaccinations as officers down with Covid daily Cllr Catherine Miks said: “I’m horrified. The police and fire put their lives on the line and they are in contact with vulnerable people. I just can’t understand the government’s thinking.”Cllr Rupinder Singh added: “People who are protecting us deserve priority, it’s as simple as that.