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10 Things to Know for Today
Among 10 Things to Know: In aftermath of shooting, a community mourns and wonders why; High school shooting claimed students and teachers; Senate rejects immigration bills; young immigrants in limbo.
Italy court sends right -to -die case to Constitutional Court
A court in Milan has asked Italy's Constitutional Court to rule in the case of a right-to-die advocate who brought a well-known DJ to an assisted suicide clinic in Switzerland to die after he was paralyzed in a car crash
Murder suspect alleges teen girl put ad on Craigslist for a hit man to kill her
Court documents showed nineteen year old Natalie bull injured died from a single gunshot and some of the claims inside arrest affidavit. About what bed after killing are still puzzling especially the confessions of her alleged killer. 22 year old Joseph Lopez told police Natalie hired him to kill
Utah teen accused of filming 16-year-old girl's death
An 18-year-old man has been arrested in Spanish Fork, Utah, for recording the death of a 16-year-old girl, according to a press release from the Utah County Sheriff's Office. Tyerell Joe Przybycien, 18, was arrested Saturday after he allegedly confessed to helping a 16-year-old commit suicide, ABC
'Buy American, Hire American'
President Trump signs an executive order that takes aim at a visa program for skilled foreign workers.
Immigration, abortion rights among issues Gorsuch may face as justice
ABC News' Amna Nawaz, MaryAlice Parks and Terry Moran talk with former Baltimore mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake about the big issues the Supreme Court may face in coming years.
Judge Neil Gorsuch: What you need to know about the next SCOTUS justice
The United States Senate voted to confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court Friday by a 54-45 margin. Gorsuch's elevation to the country's highest court comes almost 14 months following the death of Justice Antonin Scalia. Gorsuch's nomination was marred by partisan battle in the Senate,
Key moments from Neil Gorsuch's confirmation hearing
The judge talked about originalism, women's rights and the right to die at his Senate hearing.
Neil Gorsuch emotional about right -to -die questions in Supreme Court confirmation hearings
The right-to-die argument took center stage on the third day of Supreme Court confirmation hearings, prompting an emotional response from nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch . In 2006, Gorsuch wrote a book titled "The Future of Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia" about the ethical and legal debate surrounding
Neil Gorsuch gets emotional talking about right -to -die laws
President Trump's Supreme Court nominee mentioned his father when being questioned by Sen. Dianne Feinstein.