On July 23, The New York Times reported that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was facing a “criminal inquiry” from the Department of Justice regarding the way she handled sensitive government correspondence with her private email account. The story, as you might have heard, has since imploded—Clinton was not… »
During the final day of a public inquiry into Russian dissent Alexander Litvinenko’s death, a lawyer for Litvinenko’s widow said Vladimir Putin “personally ordered” the apparent assassination. Litvinenko, a former FSB and KGB spy, died in November 2006, three weeks after drinking tea laced with the radioactive element… »
If Hillary Clinton’s stance on the minimum wage is any indicator, the Democratic party can expect a leader who specializes in the party’s greatest talent: capitulation. »
Whitney Cummings, comedian and actor, has a body. But does she have 25 pounds more of a body than she did a little bit ago, and is it because she thought she was too skinny before? Hmm, lemme see. »
“Earlier this year, ‘Trump for President, LLC’ trademarked ‘Trumpocrat’ and ‘Trumpublican.’ The possible uses included ‘salt and pepper shakers; posters; shirts; ties; cufflinks; colognes; chocolate; nameplates; key rings; eye wear; playing cards; surfboards; editions of automobiles’ and more.” »
Just in time for the beginning of August, the jet stream is undergoing a readjustment that will bring a noticeable change in the weather over the United States for the next couple of weeks. The shift should bring cooler weather to much of the eastern U.S., while the West Coast stays as hot and dry as ever.
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University of Cincinnati Police Officer Ray Tensing has been indicted for murder in the shooting of Samuel Dubose, an unarmed black man. According to prosecutor Joseph Deters, video captured by Tensing’s body camera was the critical piece of evidence in the decision to pursue charges. Does this mean that cameras work? »