F.B.I. Raids Trump’s Lawyer

The New York Times has reported that, The F.B.I. has raided the office of President Trump’s longtime personal lawyer, Michael D. Cohen, on Monday. They seized records associated with payments to an adult film star. Cohen says he paid $130,000 to, Stephanie Clifford the adult film star, who said she had an affair with Mr.

Zuckerberg Responsible for Fake News Flow

Facebook CEO and creator, Mark Zuckerberg, will say sorry to Congress this week for not “taking a broad enough view of our (Facebook’s) responsibility,” according to a prepared announcement released Monday. Zuckerberg, testifies on Tuesday and Wednesday, and will lay out a chain of policies and moves that the company is taking to protect personal

Ex-Colleague Attacks Cosby

The protestor who confronted Bill Cosby Monday morning outside the court house of his retrial, is an actress who appeared in episodes of “The Cosby Show.” The woman, identified as Nicolle Rochelle, had terms including “Women’s Lives Matter” written on her body, in addition to the names of Cosby’s alleged victims. Rochelle has been outspoken

Oklahoma Protests Face Criticism

Oklahoma teachers have an average salary of $42,460, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, placing them at 48th in average U.S. classroom teacher salary. Monday, April 9, 2018 moves the teach strike in Oklahoma into its second week. They continue to protest as many conservative politicians critique them, one has even compared their actions

US Retaliation on the Horizon

Nearly a year ago, a chemical attack in Syria provoked President Trump to order a cruise missile strike on a Syrian military airfield. At the time, Trump called it “an affront to humanity” and voiced disgust at the images of wounded and dead families. President Donald Trump, Monday April 9, 2018, denounced the recent alleged chemical attack in Syriasaying,

Multiple deaths in South Florida high school shooting

Multiple deaths were reported Wednesday at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland as authorities reported a suspect in custody. Students and teachers in the locked down school, located at 5901 Northwest Pine Island Rd., were told to remain barricaded inside until officers reach them. Samuel Dykes, a freshman, was on the third floor of the school

Mom accused of feeding child bleach in effort to cure autism

An Indianapolis woman has been accused of feeding her daughter bleach to cure the child’s autism. The Indiana child was removed from the home and the Department of Child Services were carrying out the investigations into the incident, according to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. The mother learned of the bleach-forming combination on a Facebook

2 dead in suspected murder-suicide outside Arkansas plant

Two people died early Wednesday in a suspected murder-suicide outside of a cosmetics factory. North Little Rock police said 19-year-old Chasity Denise Cannady and 32-year-old Jim Gilot were found shot to death. Investigators believe that Gilot shot Cannady before shooting himself… READ MORE: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/02/14/police-2-dead-in-shooting-outside-arkansas-cosmetics-plant.html

Drug smugglers tried using fake butt implants to hide cocaine

Two would-be drug smugglers failed in a “cheeky” attempt at slipping their stash by authorities at Lisbon airport, Portugal officials said. The pair was arrested Monday after they attempted to smuggle more than two pounds of cocaine inside a pair of fake butts, police said. One of the men carrying the two cushion-like implants, which were attached

Professor Didn’t Think Australia Was A Country

Southern New Hampshire University has fired a professor for a glaring mistake, the school has confirmed to HuffPost. The educator, whose name has been kept private, almost gave a student a failing grade on an assignment because she refused to believe that Australia is a country, despite the student’s insistence that it is, BuzzFeed reports. The

Brooklyn woman glad NYPD nabbed her grandson in NYCHA drug

Shirley Gerard, though fighting back tears, showed zero sympathy for the drug gang corralled Friday in the Sheepshead Bay and Nostrand Houses — including her grandson. Matthew (MZ) Gerard, 32, was one of 18 suspects charged in a crackdown on dope dealers in the New York City Housing Authority homes. Authorities broke down Shirley’s apartment