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Senate adopts impeachment rules | News

BY a vote of 5 to 3, the Senate on Thursday adopted the impeachment rules proposed by the Committee on Judiciary, Government, Law and Federal Relations and the Committee on Executive Appointments and Governmental Regulations.

The rules were adopted as Senate Resolution 22-1, which was introduced by Senate President Jude U. Hofschneider, a Republican from Tinian.

Floor amendments were proposed by minority bloc Sens. Edith Deleon Guerrero, a Saipan Democrat, and Paul Manglona, a Rota independent, and put to a vote, but these were rejected, 3 to 5.

Joining Deleon Guerrero and Manglona in voting for the amendments was Rota Independent Sen. Teresita Santos.

Senate Vice President Justo Quitugua, a Saipan Republican, was absent.

The other senators are Republicans Francisco Cruz of Tinan, Victor Hocog of Rota, Karl King-Nabors of Tinian, and Vinnie Sablan of Saipan, the running mate of Republican Gov. Ralph DLG Torres.

Special session

Senate President Hofschneider

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Range Rover Sport, Nissan Z racer, Cavnue connected corridor: Today’s Car News

Land Rover is close to revealing its redesigned Range Rover Sport, and we have fresh spy shots and video. The new SUV is set for a debut on May 10, and we can confirm that there will eventually be a high-performance SVR variant.

The redesigned Nissan Z hasn’t even reached showrooms yet but there is already a racing version that will compete at a round of the Japanese Super Taikyu Series. The race car has been developed by Nismo and will compete in a special ST-Q class designed for development vehicles.

There’s a startup by the name of Cavnue that is working with the state of Michigan to build a smart lane along a 25-mile stretch of I-94 for self-driving cars. Cavnue’s smart lane could prove to be the next major step on the road to a world of self-driving cars.

You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car

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African All Stars Transfer News and Rumours: Yaya Toure targets Tottenham Hotspur job

Liverpool set to re-open Mane contract talks

Liverpool plan to re-open talks with Sadio Mane over his future at the end of the season, amid reports of interest in the Senegal star from both Bayern Munich and Barcelona.

Mane is due to enter the final year of his Reds contract this summer, and negotiations over an extension have so far yet to reach a successful conclusion.

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Toure set for Spurs talks

Yaya Toure is to hold talks with Tottenham this month over the possibility of a coaching role at the club, reports the Standard.

The former Manchester City midfielder has been working with the club’s U18s while he studies for his coaching badges.

He is now on the brink of earning his Uefa A licence and is seeking a full-time position, with the North London side considering offering him a role on

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Thomas Tuchel claims Chelsea are ‘suffering’ due to takeover process

Thomas Tuchel says Chelsea are ‘suffering’ right now due to the enforced change of ownership.

Chelsea were thrown into turmoil earlier this year when owner and benefactor Roman Abramovich had his assets frozen by the UK government due to Russia’s actions in Ukraine. That saw Chelsea forced to operate under a restricted licence and put their whole future on the line if a buyer could not be found. They are slowly getting clarity on that now, with a consortium led by Todd Boehly close to securing a £4.25bn purchase of the club. In the meantime, Chelsea are still in a degree of limbo and unable to make summer plans, but Tuchel believes long term plans are a privilege few get in football anyway. “You need to be careful with long-term plans at Chelsea; you can end up that it’s not your plan any more,” Tuchel said ahead of the trip

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