Johnson, who died in 1946, was convicted of transporting a white woman across state lines in a verdict now widely considered to be tainted by racism.
The president issued his warning to Pyongyang after pulling out of a planned summit meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un earlier Thursday.
House Democrats are seeking to bring the activist survivors of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School to Washington as summer interns.
North Korea followed through on a pledge by Kim Jong-un that came amid a thaw in relations with the South.
The announcement came after President Trump reportedly asked Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross to consider implementing a 25 percent tariff on auto imports.
Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald ruled that because the president's Twitter account is a public forum, blocking users violates the First Amendment.
The bureau repeatedly claimed that investigators were locked out of 7,800 crime-connected devices last year, when the actual figure was 1,000–2,000.
Though no consensus has been reached, owners are considering levying a 15-yard penalty for players who protest during the anthem.
Manafort will allege that the evidence was seized in violation of the Constitution's ban on unreasonable search and seizure.