Supreme Court To Decide If Mexican Nationals May Sue For Border Shooting
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A happy hour event put on by The Adulting School where participants learn how to make craft cocktails at Maine Craft Distilling in Portland, Maine. Other skills taught by the school include changing a flat tire, making deviled eggs and folding sheets.
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Shootings by Customs and Border Patrol agents along the U.S.-Mexico border have been the subject of investigations in the past, but on Tuesday the Supreme Court will hear arguments in a case asking whether families have any right to sue when a shooting occurred on Mexican soil.
President Donald Trump (right) shakes hands with Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster at Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Fla., on Monday. Trump called McMaster "a man of tremendous talent and tremendous experience" as he announced that he would replace Michael Flynn as national security adviser.
Speaking at NATO headquarters Monday, Vice President Pence addressed the ousting of Michael Flynn and attempted to assuage fears that the United States might not uphold its commitments to NATO under President Trump.
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Defense Secretary Jim Mattis seems to be aiming to reassure U.S. allies while overseas. Ahead of an unannounced visit to Iraq, Mattis rejected President Trump's statements that the U.S. should have seized Iraqi oil after the invasion.