State troopers responded to a call to Paul's residence at 3:21 p.m. and arrested a man named Rene Albert Boucher, who they allege "intentionally assaulted" the senator. Stay with 8News online and on air for the latest updates.
Police have not provided details of the assault, citing security reasons, only saying that Boucher was an acquaintance of Paul.
Paul posted on his Twitter account Sunday that he and his wife were grateful for the support "after Friday's unfortunate incident".
"He's pretty much the opposite of Rand Paul in every way", Bullington said in an interview. "Thank you for your thoughts and prayers".
WhatsApp did not give Sky News a statement regarding the cause of the incident, which lasted close to an hour. The extent of the outage was not immediately known, and Facebook was not immediately reachable for a comment.
Nintendo adds that many more games will be added to this list and in order to do so, they should work with third party developers. Some games are expected to support pre-loading before its launch and a new user interface has been rolled out for the News Feed.
The President tweeted last week, questioning what could be done to revoke the licenses of broadcast media outlets. Trump has been diminishing the media since the days of his campaign when he seized on the phrase "fake news".
Frederica Wilson of Florida also listened in. "He was stunned she had taken that opportunity to make it about herself". In assisting Trump, Kelly said he described what a casualty officer told him in the aftermath of his son's death.
The President, no stranger to conspiracy theories himeslf, may also have a personal interest in some of the released documents. The Washington Post reported that Trump had been urged by government agencies, including the CIA to keep the documents secret.
Blizzard did not give an official release date for Battle for Azeroth , but don't expect it before spring 2018 at the earliest. The more powerful theHeart of Azeroth, the more powerful abilities can be given to the armor.
The prime minister said on Wednesday that action would be taken when there were allegations and evidence of sexual misconduct. Some insiders were stunned when Williamson's name was announced on Thursday morning.
HSBC's latest financial statement showed once again the company's ability to pick itself up after the global financial crisis. The bank's third quarter 2016 reported pre-tax profit came in at $843 million and adjusted revenue was at $12.8 billion.
Trump, who is prone to venting, blows off steam about the investigation but then moves on, according to one of the advisers. But sources close to the investigation say Kushner is not yet a target of the investigation.
It will be partly sunny with a chance of rain on Friday and partly sunny, but drier, on Saturday and Sunday. The low overnight at the Covington airport was 41 and highs are only expected to reach the low 50s.
Oct.21: Spain is likely to take the unprecedented step of seizing powers from the separatist government in Catalonia today. The Madrid government is expected to implement measures under Article 155 of Spain's constitution.
Australian Govt loses majority after court ruling
The other four politicians - Fiona Nash, Malcolm Roberts, Larissa Waters and Scott Ludlam - had been elected to the Senate. Joyce gave the Coalition government its one seat majority in the house.
76ers' rookie Fultz (shoulder) out indefinitely
There is no "structural impairment" in Fultz's shoulder, and he will continue physiotherapy treatment, the team said. It doesn't appear that Fultz's injury is as grievous as the other's, but you just never know with the 76ers.
Harvey Weinstein Sues Weinstein Co. for Access to Records
Appearing on Thursday's " Good Morning America ", Judd says she remains of two minds about how she handled the confrontation. Then he looked at her and said, "You know, Ashley, I'm going to let you out of that little agreement that we made".
Other Views: NFL respects right to protest
Trump has expanded his target to include National Football League owners who do not mandate their players stand. The Trump campaign released a petition encouraging everyone to stand for the national anthem .
GM pays $1.3 million to Kentucky in settlement
Attorney General Bill Schuette says the consent agreement will be presented to the Ingham County Circuit Court for approval. Since disclosing the defect, GM has paid a $900 million fine to end a criminal investigation by the U.S.