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  • 1) Tennessee Bans Abortion!

    The Tennessee House of Representatives passed a bill on Thursday that would outlaw abortions in the state after a fetus has a detectable heartbeat.

    Tennessee, USA
  • 2) COHEN SUES TRUMP!

    President Donald Trump’s former lawyer and fixer, Michael Cohen, is suing the Trump Organization, saying it failed to fulfill its contractual obligations to indemnify him or pay his attorneys’ fees relating to his work after he began cooperating with federal investigators.cites congressional hearings and the Mueller investigation as examples of his work as well as the $130,000 payment to Stormy Daniels.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 3) RECORD SETTING Rain & Lightning Storm Moves Across Southern California

    An atmospheric-river-fueled winter storm hammered the region with heavy rain, hail and thunderstorms overnight, producing a dramatic lightning show in the Southern California sky — and it’s not over yet.

    Los Angeles, CA, USA
  • 4) Sanders 2020 Kicks Off With Aggressive Rallies

    Sen. Bernie Sanders brought it all back home this weekend, hosting a pair of boisterous rallies in two cities he credited for a political awakening that set him on a path that could, as he launches his second presidential campaign, deliver him to the White House.

    Chicago, IL, USA
  • 5) MISSING GIRLS, 5 & 8, Found After 44 HOURS IN WILDERNESS

    Wilderness training may have played a role in the survival of two sisters, ages 5 and 8, who were found safe Sunday after spending 44 hours in California woods, police say.

    Humboldt County, CA, USA
  • 6) Boston MOM KIDNAPPED & KILLED

    The family of a missing Boston mother says her body was found Thursday in the car of the man accused of kidnapping her, reports CBS Boston. Jassy Correia was last seen early Sunday morning at a nightclub in Boston’s Theater District, where she had been celebrating her 23rd birthday with friends.

    Boston, MA, USA
  • 7) Two ARRESTED At TEXAS EXECUTION

    Chaos erupted outside Texas’ death chamber when the son of the condemned inmate pounded on the chamber windows, shouted obscenities and threw fists after his father spoke his final words.

    Huntsville, TX, USA
  • 8) DEMS PROGRESSIVE SHIFT Begins Series Of ESTABLISHMENT CHALLENGES

    Democrats’ embrace of sweeping progressive ideas like Medicare for All and the Green New Deal is about to get its first reality check on Capitol Hill — as both parties make huge bets about which message will sway voters in 2020.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 9) Astronaut Mark Kelly To RUN FOR CONGRESS

    Retired astronaut Mark Kelly kicked off a “mission for Arizona” Saturday as he launched his U.S. Senate campaign with a rally in Tucson, the city where his wife, Gabrielle Giffords, survived a shooting when she was a congresswoman.

    Arizona, USA
  • 10) 21 MILLION DOLLAR PAYOUT To Wrongfully Convicted California Man

    A California man who was wrongfully convicted for killing an ex-girlfriend and her son four decades ago has reached a $21 million settlement with the city of Simi Valley, officials said.

    Simi Valley, CA, USA
  • 11) NEW LEADS On MANAFORT CASE, Prosecutors RECOMMENDS STRONG SENTENCING

    Prosecutors from special counsel Robert Mueller’s office wrote in a sentencing memo filed Friday for Paul Manafort that the former Trump campaign chairman’s years of criminality were “bold” and continued even when and after he served as Donald Trump’s campaign chair in the 2016 election.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 12) Judge ACQUITS Water Park Owners In BOY’S DEATH

    A judge dismissed criminal charges Friday against a Kansas water park owner and the designer of a 17-story slide on which a 10-year-old boy was decapitated in 2016.

    Kansas City, KS, USA
  • 13) United Methodist CHURCH Ponders GAY ACCEPTANCE

    It is hard to predict what will happen when the United Methodist Church brings its decades-old conflict over same-sex marriage and LGBT clergy to St. Louis.

    St. Louis, MO, USA
  • 14) POPE FRANCIS Struggles To Steer Church Through MANY CONTROVERSIES

    Pope Francis has said the world expects “concrete measures” to tackle child sexual abuse by priests and not only “simple and obvious condemnations”.

    United States
  • 15) SON TESTIFIES AGAINST DAD In NC ELECTION FRAUD Case

    The son of Republican congressional candidate Mark Harris testified Wednesday that he warned his father repeatedly that he believed a political operative now at the center of an election-fraud investigation had previously used illegal tactics to win votes.

    Raleigh, NC, USA
  • 16) FAMILY Of 8 SAVAGELY RUN OVER, MANY TIMES!

    A 32-year-old mother was killed and the rest of her family was rushed to the hospital Wednesday after a driver deliberately plowed into them outside a convenience store in a northern New York City suburb, CBS New York reports.

    Washingtonville, NY 10992, USA
  • 17) Graham VOWS TO INVESTIGATE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT

    Senator Lindsey Graham, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, vowed on Sunday to investigate whether the top officials at the Justice Department and the F.B.I. plotted an “attempted bureaucratic coup” to remove President Trump from office, and said he would subpoena the former F.B.I. director and the deputy attorney general if necessary.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 18) 9/11 FUND PAYMENTS CANCELED

    Future payments to victims of the September 11th terrorist attacks will see a decrease in the amount of awards after a large increase in claims.

    Manhattan, New York, NY, USA
  • 19) Newsom Endorses HARRIS 2020 RUN

    California Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom is endorsing Kamala Harris, who represents the Golden State in the US Senate, for president in 2020.

    California, USA
  • 20) EL CHAPO Heads To ‘ALCATRAZ OF THE ROCKIES’!

    There’s a supermax prison in Florence, Colo., two hours outside Denver. It’s the highest-security penitentiary in the United States. Since opening in 1994, no prisoner has escaped from the Administrative Maximum Facility, known as “the ADX”, one reason former members of federal law enforcement expect the Sinaloa cartel drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán will spend the rest of his life there.

    Florence, CO 81226, USA
  • 21) TRUMP Schemes To DECLARE NATIONAL EMERGENCY To Fund BORDER WALL

    President Trump plans to declare a national emergency so he can bypass Congress and build his long-promised wall along the border even as he signs a spending bill that does not fund it, the White House said Thursday.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 22) Governor NEWSOM To WITHDRAW NATIONAL GUARD From BORDER!

    Gov. Gavin Newsom is rescinding former Gov. Jerry Brown’s deployment of California National Guard troops to the Mexican border, pulling most of the 360 troops off their current missions but leaving some in the area to combat transnational drug smuggling.

    California, USA
  • 23) CONGRESSMAN Walter Jones DIES

    North Carolina Republican Rep. Walter Jones died on Sunday at age 76, according to a statement on the congressman’s website.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 24) House DEMOCRATS Respond To Accused ANTISEMITISM

    House Democratic leaders released a joint statement condemning one of the two first Muslim women to serve in Congress for comments on social media widely condemned as anti-Semitic.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 25) Key West BANS SUNSCREEN!

    City officials in Key West voted to ban sunscreens containing two ingredients that scientists have said are harmful to the coral reef ecosystem.

    Key West, FL 33040, USA
  • 26) SCHIFF STOKES Flames On RUSSIA INVESTIGATION

    House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff announced Wednesday a broad investigation his committee would undertake “beyond Russia” into whether President Donald Trump’s financial interests are driving his actions.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 27) Gaming For Love

    As we head into the month of February, where love is in the air, thoughts of Valentine’s Day are sure to be dancing in your head. What will you do with your significant other? Or yourself if you’re without a significant other, Singles Appreciation day still counts! How will you spend that time?

    United States
  • 28) HACIENDA NURSE Accused Of RAPING VEGETATIVE WOMAN

    An Arizona nurse pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to raping a severely disabled woman, a crime that came to light when the victim unexpectedly gave birth in the long-term care facility where she has a patient for about two decades.

    Phoenix, AZ, USA
  • 29) Gavin McInnes Sues SPLC Over Proud Boys Hate Group Designation

    The founder of a far-right men’s group called the Proud Boys is suing the Southern Poverty Law Center for labeling the organization a hate group.

    United States
  • 30) PREGNANT REALTOR KILLED ON THE JOB!

    A pregnant woman was stabbed to death in the entryway of her Ridgewood, Queens apartment building early Sunday morning. Hours later, the NYPD was narrowing in on a suspect, CBS New York reported.

    Ridgewood, Queens, NY, USA
  • 31) NJ Contractor ARRESTED After INSURANCE FRAUD

    A New Jersey man has been charged with insurance fraud after a surveillance camera caught him throwing ice on the floor at his workplace and seemingly staging a dramatic fall.

    Randolph, NJ, USA
  • 32) HUNDREDS OF ABUSERS Identified By TEXAN CATHOLICS

    Catholic leaders in Texas on Thursday identified 286 priests and others accused of sexually abusing children, a number that represents one of the largest collections of names to be released since an explosive grand jury report last year in Pennsylvania.

    Texas, USA
  • 33) Prosecutors AMASS EVIDENCE Against ROGER STONE

    Information the Justice Department collected from Roger Stone’s iCloud accounts, email accounts and on computer hardware “span several years,” special counsel Robert Mueller said Thursday.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 34) Iowa COLLEGE STUDENT DIES IN POLAR VORTEX

    The University of Iowa student who died after being found outside on campus in subzero temperatures was “a momma’s boy with a tough exterior,” his dad said.

    Iowa City, IA, USA
  • 35) Tyson MASSIVE RECALL Over RUBBER IN CHICKEN

    Tyson Foods is recalling 36,420 pounds of chicken nuggets — not because the chicken is rubbery, but — because rubber may actually be in them.

    United States
  • 36) Polar Vortex Brings COLDEST WEATHER IN HISTORY

    Long-standing records are poised to fall as the polar vortex sends extremely cold air into midwestern and northeastern United States to end January.

    United States
  • 37) PREGNANT WOMAN KILLED IN LYFT!

    A Lyft rider in suburban Phoenix brutally stabbed his pregnant driver multiple times, killing her and her unborn child Sunday morning before stealing the victim’s vehicle, authorities said Monday.

    Phoenix, AZ, USA
  • 38) Mom With BABY DIES Falling Down Subway Stairs!

    Tragedy struck in New York City on Monday when a woman carrying her one-year-old daughter in a stroller fell down the subway steps and died. Her child sustained minor injuries.

    Manhattan, New York, NY, USA
  • 39) ALEC BALDWIN CHARGED With HARASSMENT!

    Alec Baldwin pleaded guilty Wednesday to a violation of harassment in connection with a dispute last year over a parking spot, according to a Manhattan district attorney’s office spokeswoman.

    Manhattan, New York, NY, USA
  • 40) LA Teachers STRIKE TO END?

    Los Angeles teachers are poised to end their first strike in 30 years after union leaders reached a tentative deal Tuesday with the L.A. Unified School District.

    Los Angeles, CA, USA
  • 41) SUPREME Court ALLOWS TRANS Military BAN To Continue

    The Supreme Court allowed President Donald Trump’s transgender military ban to go into effect on Tuesday, dealing a blow to LGBT activists who call the ban cruel and irrational.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 42) 12 Year Old GIRL DIES AT CHURCH!

    A 12-year-old girl died while tunneling through a snowbank outside of her Illinois church on Sunday.

    Chicago, IL, USA
  • 43) Kamala Harris Is Running FOR PRESIDENT

    Kamala Harris announced Monday that she is running for president in 2020, arguing that the time has come to fight against what she views as the injustices of the past two years of the Trump presidency.

    California, USA
  • 44) Newscaster Apologies for ON-AIR RACIAL SLUR

    A Missouri newscaster apologized Thursday morning after using a racial slur in an on-air mispronunciation of Martin Luther King Jr.’s name earlier in the day.

    St. Louis, MO, USA
  • 45) 2019, A Year In Gaming

    What I continue to find shocking as we head into 2019 for Video gaming is that it was not too long ago that we were singing the praises of games like Persona 5, Final Fantasy XV, Monster Hunter and Smash Bros Wii U’s DLC Characters and yet in that same notion, only one of the games on the aforementioned list came out just this last year.

    United States
  • 46) McConnel & Trump Team Up, To ENSURE GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN CONTINUES!

    Senate Republicans blocked a House-passed package to reopen the federal government for a second time in as many weeks on Tuesday.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 47) 600,000 KIDS IN LIMBO After LA TEACHERS STRIKE

    Under a relentless drizzle of cold rain, 32,000 Los Angeles educators walked off the job Monday in the country’s second-biggest school district.

    Los Angeles, CA, USA
  • 48) Woman In COMA For 27 YEARS GIVES BIRTH, SUSPECTED RAPE!

    Newly released audio from a 911 call gives a glimpse into the frantic scene at a Phoenix, Arizona, health care facility after a woman who had been in a vegetative state for 27 years gave birth.

    Phoenix, AZ, USA
  • 49) DOZENS VIE For 2020 DEM PRIMARY

    There are fresh faces and old hands. Thirty-somethings and senior citizens. Billionaires and at least one person still paying off student loans. A skateboarder, a brewery founder and a coffee magnate are all taking a look. Dozens of Democrats are thinking about running for president in 2020.

    United States
  • 50) Nissan CORRUPTION INVESTIGATION BROADENS

    Nissan Motor Co Ltd has broadened its investigation into ousted chairman Carlos Ghosn to include dealings that took place in the United States, India and Latin America, three people with knowledge of the inquiry said.

    United States
  • 51) MORE LAYOFFS For MUSK

    Just days after Elon Musk unveiled the first images of his aerospace company’s Starship test rocket, SpaceX has announced that it is slimming down its workforce by roughly 10 percent.

    Hawthorne, CA, USA
  • 52) FLORIDA PARDONS Four Black Men FALSELY ACCUSED Of Rape, 70 YEARS LATER

    Seventy years ago in Groveland, Fla., a white teenager named Norma Padgett accused four black men of kidnapping and raping her in a car on a dark road. In 2017, the state of Florida formally apologized for what happened in the summer of 1949.

    Groveland, FL, USA
  • 53) MISSING GIRL Jayme Closs FOUND On Doorstep!

    Jayme was located shortly before 5 p.m., and a suspect was arrested 10 minutes later, authorities said. Jake Thomas Patterson, 21, of Gordon, faces two counts of first-degree intentional homicide for the murder of Closs’ parents and one count of kidnapping, Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald said Friday.

    Barron, WI 54812, USA
  • 54) Steve King EMBRACES WHITE SUPREMACY

    Iowa Rep. Steve King, who has openly supported white nationalist policies, appears to feel satisfied by President Donald Trump’s attempt to bring fringe anti-immigrant talking points long espoused by King into the mainstream in his campaign for a border wall, as the New York Times reported Thursday.

    Iowa, USA
  • 55) US Fertility Rate TOO LOW, NOT ENOUGH BABIES

    The total fertility rate for the United States in 2017 continued to dip below what’s needed for the population to replace itself, according to a new report from the National Center for Health Statistics.

    United States
  • 56) AMAZON’S BEZOS To Be DIVORCED!

    Jeff Bezos and his wife, MacKenzie, are getting a divorce after 25 years of marriage, according to a joint statement put out Wednesday on the Amazon CEO’s Twitter account.

    Seattle, WA, USA
  • 57) Trump STORMS OUT Of Meeting TO END SHUTDOWN

    President Trump slammed his hand on a table and stormed out of a White House meeting with congressional leaders on Wednesday after Speaker Nancy Pelosi of California said she would not fund a wall along the southern border, dramatically escalating the confrontation over the government shutdown.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 58) TRUMP SHUTDOWN Forces CLOSURE Of JOSHUA TREE National Park

    Joshua Tree National Park will close to all visitors Thursday because of damage to the park during the partial government shutdown, now in its third week. Without rangers on hand, visitors created new roads by driving off pavement and defaced the park’s namesake Joshua trees, a park spokesman said Tuesday.

    Joshua Tree, CA 92252, USA
  • 59) SHOCKING VIDEO: Kentucky TEACHER Charged With ASSAULT Of AUTISTIC STUDENT

    A teacher has been charged with assault after a video showed her dragging a 9-year-old boy with autism through the halls of a Kentucky school.

    Wurtland, KY 41144, USA
  • 60) PG&E Stock Tumbles Amid Potential BANKRUPTCY

    PG&E could be on the hook for tens of billions of dollars for its potential role in California’s devastating Camp Fire last year — the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in the state’s history. The company has indicated it does not have the cash or assets to pay anything close to that amount.

    California, USA
  • 61) Trump To Declare NATIONAL EMERGENCY Over Border Wall Fight

    President Trump announced on Monday that he would address the nation from the Oval Office on Tuesday evening to discuss what he called the crisis at the southern border, and the White House said that later in the week he would travel to the border as part of his effort to persuade Americans of the need for a wall — the sticking point in negotiations with Democrats which caused a government shutdown.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 62) TSA CALLS OUT, MASSIVE DELAYS Expected

    Airport screeners are calling out sick in increasing numbers, while some workers are fretting about where their next paycheck will come from as a partial U.S. government shutdown enters its third week.

    United States
  • 63) Bowling Alley SHOOTOUT Leaves 3 DEAD

    A Friday night brawl at the Gable House Bowl in Torrance, California boiled over into a deadly shooting that left three people dead and four more injured, according to the Associated Press.

    Torrance, CA, USA
  • 64) State Department Cautions CHINESE EXIT BAN FOR AMERICANS

    The US State Department has issued a travel advisory urging Americans to “exercise increased caution” when traveling to the People’s Republic of China.

    United States
  • 65) The Power of Guest Characters

    Super Smash Bros Ultimate has been out for about 4 weeks now and boy does it live up to its title as ‘Ultimate’. Currently, the game is all anyone is talking about or playing right now, especially with the very exciting reveal of the new DLC character, Waluigi Persona 5’s Joker! (if you haven’t seen the trailer yet you definitely should)

    United States
  • 66) MOTHER OF THREE RUN OVER In Vegas Parking Lot

    A mother of three in Las Vegas was killed while trying to stop a customer from walking out without paying for a $35 manicure, police and her heartbroken partner said.

    Las Vegas, NV, USA
  • 67) GUNMAN With Surgical Mask SEEKS BAPTIST CHURCH To Fulfill PROPHECY

    A scary situation in Seguin, Texas, came to a peaceful end when an off-duty police officer apprehended a man who was wearing a surgical mask, carrying a handgun and acting erratically.

    Seguin, TX 78155, USA
  • 68) HOSPITAL PRICES Go PUBLIC In 2019, And They’re NOT HAPPY ABOUT IT

    Hospitals across the country have geared up to publish online price lists for all the medical services they provide, as a federal law takes effect on January 1.

    United States
  • 69) WOMEN’S MARCH CANCELLED Over CLAIMS Of ANTISEMITISM

    The Chicago chapter of the Women’s March has canceled its rally planned for January, citing high costs and insufficient volunteer hours, the Chicago Tribune reported Wednesday. The newspaper noted that the cancellation of the event, which in the past drew hundreds of thousands of people to the city, comes amid growing controversy surrounding the group’s national leaders and their ties to Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, who has made several anti-Semitic comments in the past.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 70) TRUMP Makes SURPRISE CHRISTMAS VISIT To TROOPS

    President Donald Trump and the first lady quietly swept into Iraq Wednesday to pay a holiday visit to US troops, at last making good on the President’s promise to travel to one of the war zones he has derided as costly blunders.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 71) TRUMP KICKS MATTIS OUT MONTHS EARLY!

    President Donald Trump announced on Sunday he would replace Defense Secretary James Mattis at the start of the new year, two months earlier than Mattis’ planned departure.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 72) TRUMP SHUTS GOVERNMENT DOWN!

    President Donald Trump is precipitating chaos and seeking to wield unrestrained power as America enters a holiday period overshadowed by political pandemonium orchestrated by the disruptor-in-chief.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 73) SUPREME COURT BLOCKS TRUMP’S IMMIGRATION BAN!

    The Supreme Court on Friday denied the Trump administration’s request that it be allowed to immediately enforce a new policy of denying asylum to those who illegally cross the U.S.-Mexico border, a change that lower courts declared possibly illegal.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 74) ALABAMA POLICE BLAME YOUNG ATHEISTS For MURDER SPIKE

    A rural Alabama police department that used social media to scold community members for rejecting God is coming under fire from a group that opposes mixing government and religious faith.

    Covington County, AL, USA
  • 75) TRUMP SURRENDERS TO ISIS!

    President Trump has ordered a rapid withdrawal of all 2,000 United States ground troops from Syria within 30 days, declaring the four-year American-led war against the Islamic State as largely won, officials said Wednesday.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 76) NY JUDGE: NUNCHUCK BAN UNCONSTITUTIONAL

    In a 32-page ruling, U.S. District Judge Pamela K. Chen struck down New York’s nunchuck ban as unconstitutional, finding that nunchucks are protected under the Second Amendment right to bear arms.

    New York, NY, USA
  • 77) NY GOVERNOR WANTS TO LEGALIZE IT!

    Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced that he would push to legalize recreational marijuana next year, a move that could bring in more than $1.7 billion in sales annually and put New York in line with several neighboring states.

    New York, NY, USA
  • 78) New DETAILS LEAKED On RUSSIAN COLLUSION!

    The Senate Intelligence Committee is set to release two reports on Monday detailing the breadth of the Russian social media campaign to sow discord in the United States.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 79) DEVOS DEFEATED In Court, FORCED To REFUND STUDENT LOANS

    The Education Department is wiping $150 million in federal student loans off the books, and has begun the process of informing thousands of borrowers that they no longer owe the government money because the schools they attended shut their doors.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 80) OBAMACARE UNCONSTITUTIONAL, TRUMP JUDGE SAYS!

    The future of the Affordable Care Act might be hanging in the balance thanks to a federal judge in Texas, but Obamacare coverage isn’t over just yet.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 81) GOP TURNS ON TRUMP! Senate Votes To End US Saudi Support

    The Senate approved a resolution Thursday to end U.S. support for the Saudi-led war in Yemen, dealing a significant blow to President Trump amid heightened tensions over the death of U.S.-based Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 82) PG&E CONFIRMS EQUIPMENT FAILURE IN CAMP FIRE

    PG&E’s equipment in Butte County, a region scorched by the disastrous and deadly Camp Fire, was damaged before the inferno began, including with bullet holes, a fallen hook and a broken tower arm, the embattled utility disclosed in a new letter to state regulators.

    Butte County, CA, USA
  • 83) TRUMP & PELOSI, SHOUTING Match Over WALL

    President Trump, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer clashed Tuesday over funding for the border wall, an explosive Oval Office encounter that ended with Trump declaring he’d be proud to shut down the government to get what he wants.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 84) SUPREME COURT REJECTS ANTI ABORTION APPEAL

    The Supreme Court Monday rebuffed efforts by states to block funding to Planned Parenthood. It left in place two lower court opinions that said that states violate federal law when they terminate Medicaid contracts with Planned Parenthood affiliates who offer preventive care for low income women.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 85) ‘CRYING NAZI’ VOWS REVENGE For CHARLOTTESVILLE

    As The Washington Post’s Joe Heim and Kristine Phillips reported, the killing “culminated a dark 24 hours in this quiet college town” — and Cantwell was mostly in the middle of it. A photographer for The Post captured him sitting on a curb, being tended to by police after being hit with tear gas. A year later, with Fields’s trial now over, Cantwell went on the social media platform Gab, known for its far-right user base, and aimed his words at “Charlottesville and the broad Left.”

    Charlottesville, VA, USA
  • 86) COHEN DETAILS REVEALED – Mueller Investigation

    Michael Cohen’s help is detailed in the memo from Robert Mueller, who is heading the probe into alleged Russian collusion with the Trump team. The memo is mainly to guide sentencing for crimes Cohen has admitted.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 87) Starlink: Battle for Atlas Review

    Starlink: Battle for Atlas is an action-adventure space exploration game featuring 5 unique characters and one guest character brought in through Ubisoft’s partnership with Nintendo—Fox McCloud and his team Starfox.

    United States
  • 88) GOP IGNORES ELECTION FRAUD IN NC

    The executive director of the North Carolina Republican Party says he supports a new election if allegations of fraud in the 9th Congressional District race are proven true and it impacted the outcome of the race. Dallas Woodhouse claimed to CNN’s Drew Griffin he was so upset after watching CNN’s coverage of the controversy last night, he vomited.

    Bladen County, NC, USA
  • 89) GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN IN 2 WEEKS!

    Congress approved a two-week extension on Thursday for a key government funding deadline, setting up a showdown over spending just days before Christmas that could trigger a partial government shutdown later this month.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 90) TEACHER RUINS SANTA For KIDS!

    What’s worse than a lump of coal in your Christmas stocking? Perhaps a place in the unemployment line. A substitute teacher who recently told first-graders that Santa Claus is not real is no longer working for a New Jersey school district, the superintendent said Tuesday.

    Montville, NJ, USA
  • 91) MUELLER INVESTIGATION TO BE RELEASED!

    America may get its most intimate look yet inside Robert Mueller’s secretive Russia investigation in the next four days, with a series of disclosures that have the potential to be greatly damaging for President Donald Trump.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 92) REMEMBERING BUSH, Post-Mortem Recollections

    As the years pass, we edit and compress our memories of presidents and other national figures until only a few salient impressions endure. Most of what we once knew recedes into our cerebral hard disk. That may be especially true for one-term presidents, often remembered more for what turned them out of office than for what got them there. Would this apply to the one-term president who died Friday, George H.W. Bush? His name was attached to some of the nation’s top positions for more than two decades even before his namesake son won the White House twice.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 93) ALASKA STRUGGLES To Recover from MASSIVE EARTHQUAKE

    Less than a day after a 7.0 earthquake jolted Anchorage and the rest of southcentral Alaska, nearly all systems have been restored, with much of the damage remaining in transportation infrastructure, according to local officials. “The Glenn Highway will continue to be the biggest challenge and the area of greatest concern for us,” Anchorage Municipal Manager Bill Falsey told reporters on Saturday.

    Anchorage, AK, USA
  • 94) KIDS HOSPITALIZED FROM THC EDIBLES

    Several children at a Florida middle school overdosed on THC-laced gummies after a 12-year-old student handed them out in class, authorities said. Polk County Sheriff’s Office officials said the boy somehow acquired a package of gummies containing 100 mg of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the main mind-altering ingredient in cannabis, and gave it to six other seventh-graders during gym class at Mulberry Middle School on Thursday.

    500 SE Dr M.L.K. Jr Ave, Mulberry, FL 33860, USA
  • 95) COHEN PLEADS GUILTY!

    A banner week for Robert Mueller’s investigation got even bigger on Thursday morning, when Michael Cohen, the former personal lawyer for President Trump, entered a plea deal and cooperation agreement with the special counsel. The deal may be among the biggest news in the nearly 18-month investigation: Not only does it open the door to more bombshells in the coming weeks, but it also ratchets up the pressure on Congress to protect Mr. Mueller.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 96) NO MORE CIVIL FORFEITURE, Supreme Court to Decide

    On Wednesday the Supreme Court will hear arguments over whether the Eighth Amendment’s protection against “excessive fines” applies to civil asset forfeiture and whether states are obligated to abide by that Constitutional guarantee. The case was brought by 37-year-old Tyson Timbs of Marion, Ind., whose Land Rover SUV was seized by local authorities in 2013 after his arrest for selling $260 of heroin.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 97) Che Fico – San Francisco’s HOTTEST New Hot Spot

    Don’t sigh. When I say “hot spot,” I mean it in the very best way… I promise that no rolling of the eyes is necessary.

    838 Divisadero St, San Francisco, CA 94117, USA
  • 98) California Judge to PG&E – Explain Your Role in WILDFIRES

    A U.S. judge overseeing a criminal case against Pacific Gas & Electric Co. asked the utility Tuesday to explain any role it may have played in a massive wildfire that destroyed a Northern California town and killed nearly 90 people.

    California, USA
  • 99) ASSAULT & HARASSMENT Allegations Against Gay DNC Chair

    Eric C. Bauman has been a contentious figure from the start as leader of the California Democratic Party. He won after a tough fight with a more liberal competitor — there were shouts of “not my chairman” as he gave his victory speech. And he has been criticized as being an old-school political boss, and as too mainstream for a party moving to the left.

    California, USA
  • 100) FLASH POINT – Russia & Ukraine Come to Blows

    Russia’s seizure of three Ukrainian naval vessels near Crimea is an “outrageous violation of sovereign Ukrainian territory,” says U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley, calling it “another reckless Russian escalation” in a deadly and years-long conflict.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 101) THE END! Latest Climate Report Ignored

    A massive report issued by the Trump administration on Friday emphasizes the dire threat that human-caused global warming poses to the United States and its citizens.

    United States
  • 102) EYE OF THE STORM? California Extinguishes Wildfires, For Now…

    The Camp Fire — the deadliest, most destructive blaze in California history that has killed 85 people, destroyed 14,000 residences and charred an area the size of Chicago — has been fully contained, authorities announced Sunday.

    California, USA
  • 103) MEXICO DENIES BORDER AGREEMENT

    The Trump administration has won the support of Mexico’s incoming government for a plan to remake U.S. border policy by requiring asylum seekers to wait in Mexico while their claims move through U.S. courts, according to Mexican officials and senior members of President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s transition team.

    United States
  • 104) MOM’S TEARFUL GOODBYE & Latest Wildfire Updates

    Crews battling the devastating Camp Fire, which is now 90 percent contained, had some help Thursday from the rain. However, the weather is also hampering teams searching for remains of people in rubble as hundreds of evacuees are spending Thanksgiving in a Walmart parking lot.

    California, USA
  • 105) FEWEST US ABORTIONS in HISTORY

    Fewer U.S. women are having abortions today than at any time since Roe v. Wade, according to new government figures released Wednesday.

    United States
  • 106) COLDEST THANKSGIVING EVER!

    Millions of Americans in the Northeast and Middle Atlantic states will wake up to the coldest Thanksgiving in more than a century, with high winds even threatening the iconic Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, meteorologists said Wednesday.

    United States
  • 107) RAIN & WILDFIRES, Hope for California?

    Just a week and a half after deadly wildfires erupted in California, devouring iconic landmarks in the state’s south and effectively wiping out an entire town to the north, there’s a ray of hope. The Woolsey Fire is nearing full containment around Malibu, while Butte County firefighters are steadily reining in the Camp Fire and may get help in the form of a rain-heavy forecast.

    United States
  • 108) NO US RESPONSE to SAUDI ARABIA, Trump Says

    President Donald Trump signaled Tuesday that he will not take strong action against Saudi Arabia or its Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the death and dismemberment of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 109) NISSAN HEAD ARRESTED!

    The Nissan chairman, Carlos Ghosn, was arrested on Monday after an internal company investigation found that he had underreported his compensation to the Japanese financial authorities for several years.

    United States
  • 110) DAD MURDERS WIFE & CHILDREN, 5X Life, No Parole

    Calling it perhaps “the most inhumane and vicious crime that I have handled out of the thousands of cases that I have seen,” Judge Marcelo Kopcow handed down five life sentences — three consecutive and two concurrent — with no possibility of parole, in the deaths of Watts’ daughters and pregnant wife.

    Frederick, CO, USA
  • 111) KHASHOGGI MURDER, CIA Points Finger at SALMAN

    While in Papua New Guinea on a foreign trip, Pence said the US was “committed to ensuring that all of those responsible” for Khashoggi’s death are held “accountable.”

    Washington, DC, USA
  • 112) WORLD’S WORST AIR QUALITY, Welcome to California!

    Air quality network Purple Air said on Thursday the air is now worse than smoggy cities in India and China. Schools have cancelled classes, flights have been delayed, and internet searches for smoke masks are soaring. At least 63 people have died in the Camp Fire – the state’s deadliest and most destructive blaze.

    California, USA
  • 113) MORE COVERUPS? Saudi’s Seek Death Penalty in Khashoggi Murder

    Saudi prosecutors said Thursday they would seek the death penalty for five people allegedly involved in the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. A total of 11 people were charged, the Saudi Public Prosecutor’s office said, adding that the five people facing capital punishment were directly involved in “ordering and executing the crime.”

    United States
  • 114) RAVAGED BY FIRE, California Continues to Struggle!

    As the death toll from wildfires ravaging both ends of California climbed on Sunday, powerful winds swept through the state, stretching firefighting resources to the limit. At least 31 people have died in the fires: 29 in Northern California’s Camp fire and two in Southern California’s Woolsey fire.

    California, USA
  • 115) BEST BREAKFAST in SF?

    Whether you leave home at the crack of dawn, scarfing down a protein bar out the door, or routinely relax over the morning paper in your breakfast nook nursing a bowl of Cheerios, how you greet the day can be any way and anything you want. But, what about going out for breakfast? I’m not talking about running into your corner bodega for an egg sandwich on the way to work. I mean, the whole thing, with loved ones, probably from out of town, and a full sit-down commitment.

    1701 Stockton St, San Francisco, CA 94133, USA
  • 116) FLORIDA RECOUNT, IT’S HAPPENING!

    The counting is over. Now, the recounting begins. More than three days after the polls closed in Florida, the secretary of state announced on Saturday afternoon that the razor-thin races for governor, senator and agriculture commissioner will be reviewed in a series of recounts.

    Florida, USA
  • 117) LIFE IN PRISON for MAIL BOMBER?

    A federal grand jury in New York City on Friday returned a 30-count indictment against mail bomb suspect Cesar Sayoc. Sayoc was arrested on October 26 in Florida and is accused of sending at least 16 mail bombs to several targets, including CNN, former President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. None of the devices detonated and no one was injured.

    Miami, FL, USA
  • 118) 12 DEAD, GRIZZLY SHOOTING in Thousand Oaks

    The former Marine accused of gunning down 12 people at a California bar hosting a college student night may have been suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, authorities said Thursday.

    Thousand Oaks, CA, USA
  • 119) 1ST MUSLIM WOMAN in Congress

    Former Michigan state Rep. Rashida Tlaib has become one of the first Muslim women elected to Congress, after winning her race for Michigan’s 13th Congressional District on Tuesday.

    Detroit, MI, USA
  • 120) DISEASED CHILDREN! Measles Return to America

    New York City’s Health Department is warning of an outbreak of measles in Brooklyn’s Orthodox Jewish community and calling on parents to have their children vaccinated. The department said Friday that there are 11 new cases of measles in the Orthodox enclave, bringing the number of children who have been recently diagnosed with measles in Williamsburg and Borough Park to 17.

    Brooklyn, NY, USA
  • 121) GIRL SCOUTS SLAUGHTERED in Hit and Run, Teen HIGH OFF Air Duster

    A western Wisconsin community on Sunday was grieving the deaths of three Girl Scouts and an adult who were collecting trash along a rural highway when police say a pickup truck veered off the road and hit them before speeding away.

    Chippewa Falls, WI 54729, USA
  • 122) FIGHTING DIRTY, Georgia Repubs Cry HACKING, Dems CALL BS!

    Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp, the Republican candidate in Tuesday’s hotly contested gubernatorial election, has opened a probe of the state Democratic Party over what his office alleged on Sunday was a failed attempt to hack voter registration systems.

    Georgia, USA
  • 123) RACIST ROBOCALLS in Georgia Midterms

    A white supremacist group that targeted Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum with racist robocalls is now targeting Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams.

    Georgia, USA
  • 124) END of IRAN DEAL? Trump Administration to Reinstate ALL SANCTIONS!

    The Trump administration is to reinstate all US sanctions on Iran removed under the 2015 nuclear deal. The White House said it was “the toughest sanctions regime ever imposed on Iran” and targeted Iran’s energy, shipping and banking sectors.

    United States
  • 125) Mass Walkout Over Sexual Harassment at Google

    Thousands of Google employees and contractors around the globe—many of them women—briefly walked off the job Thursday to protest Google’s handling of sexual harassment claims and other workplace issues, and to demand more transparency around harassment incidents and pay levels at the company.

    Mountain View, CA, USA
  • 126) UNBELIEVABLE! Eagle Scouts Plan to Stop SCHOOL SHOOTERS

    An Eagle Scout project could help keep students safe if an active shooter is on campus. It’s the last thing anyone wants to think about, but Scott Keele has a plan to help keep students safe at Folsom High School.

    Folsom, CA, USA
  • 127) LATEST SCHOOL SHOOTING – Mathews NC High School Teen Slayed

    A 16-year-old North Carolina high school student is charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of a classmate Monday morning at Butler High School in Matthews, WSOC-TV reported.

    Matthews, NC, USA
  • 128) Dozens of Volcanoes Threaten American Way of Life

    Government scientists are classifying 18 U.S. volcanoes as a “very high threat” because of what’s been happening inside them and how close they are to people.

    California, USA
  • 129) Google Reels from Latest Harassment Claim

    At Google’s weekly staff meeting on Thursday, the top question that employees voted to ask Larry Page, a co-founder, and Sundar Pichai, the chief executive, was one about sexual harassment.

    Mountain View, CA, USA
  • 130) SYNAGOGUE SHOOTING in Pittsburgh

    Authorities could bring criminal charges against the suspected gunman in the fatal shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue as soon as today, Scott W. Brady, the United States attorney for the Western District of Pennsylvania, said in a news conference.

    Pittsburgh, PA, USA
  • 131) TRAGIC SUICIDE of CHP Officer in Patrol Car

    A California Highway Patrol officer took his own life while on duty in his patrol car on Tuesday night in south Sacramento, the CHP said in a statement.

    Sacramento, CA, USA
  • 132) ECCENTRIC, RICH Alleged MURDERER to Stand Trial

    Robert Durst, the New York real estate heir who was the subject of a television documentary series, was ordered Thursday to stand trial for the murder of his close friend in Los Angeles 18 years ago.

    Los Angeles, CA, USA
  • 133) RAMPANT CORRUPTION in California FOR-PROFIT Colleges

    For students attending for-profit colleges in California, state oversight is supposed to be a safeguard in an industry plagued by allegations of predatory marketing, with loan default rates up to four times those of public two-year schools. As the Trump administration pulls back from regulating the sector, consumer advocates argue, the states’ role becomes even more critical.

    California, USA
  • 134) Nazi Crash Plane in LA Hills

    This afternoon, what appeared to be a vintage plane painted in Nazi insignia crashed onto the 101 freeway in Agoura Hills, a city in Los Angeles County. According to the Los Angeles Times, a spokesman for the Los Angeles Fire Department “said he did not know whether the pilot was able to safely exit the plane himself or had been removed by rescuers.” No injuries have been reported.

    Agoura Hills, CA, USA
  • 135) Shooting at University of Utah

    Police are responding to a shooting on the University of Utah campus Monday night.
    An alert was sent out asking the campus community to “secure in place.”

    Salt Lake City, UT, USA
  • 136) Plane Lanes on Interstate – DRAMATIC FOOTAGE!

    The 25-year-old flight instructor being hailed as a hero for safely landing a plane on Interstate 8 in El Cajon Friday morning is a former San Diego State baseball player, a university spokesperson confirmed.

    San Diego, CA, USA
  • 137) NEAR DEATH Video – Man Rescued in Big Sur

    California Highway Patrol’s Coastal Air Operations unit came to the rescue of a young man who had been swept off a rock and into the ocean along the Central Coast.

    Big Sur, CA 93920, USA
  • 138) Polio Epidemic Headed for California – Could it be True?

    There are now four suspected cases of the rare polio-like disease, acute flaccid myelitis, under investigation in California, according to the state’s Department of Public Health. The mysterious disease, also known as AFM, causes sudden and unexplained paralysis, usually in children.

    California, USA
  • 139) Names of Cops in Shooting of Moorhouse Grad Released

    The names of the five California police officers involved in the Oct. 3 death of a 36-year-old unarmed black men have been released.

    San Mateo, CA, USA
  • 140) Loyal Service Dog Stolen from Visalia Front Yard

    It’s been one week since she went missing, and 19-year-old Carmen Ponce remains determined to find her service dog Remy, an 11-month-old Husky.

    Visalia, CA, USA
  • 141) From Celebrity Surgeon to Accused Serial Rapist

    Prosecutors in Southern California had said they believed there were more victims when they charged a couple last month with drugging and sexually assaulting two women the couple had met on social outings.

    Newport Beach, CA, USA
  • 142) LA Seeks to Ban Straws Permanently

    Following California’s recent move requiring full-service restaurants to distribute plastic drinking straws only by request beginning in January, two Los Angeles city council members are seeking to craft a local ordinance that would take the restriction even farther, ultimately banishing single-use plastic straws from the city by 2021.

    Los Angeles, CA, USA
  • 143) Backpage.com Shutdown Forces Sex Workers Back onto SF Streets

    The government shutdown of Backpage.com this year sought to curtail the type of sex-for-sale classified ads that made the company infamous. Months later, though, the closure has prompted an increase in sex trafficking on San Francisco streets.

    San Francisco, CA, USA
  • 144) Davis Girl Bakes Grandpa into Cookies, Shares with Class

    A high school student mixed her cremated grandfather’s ashes into homemade sugar cookies and shared them with several classmates, police in Northern California said Wednesday.

    Davis, CA, USA
  • 145) Uber ‘We Want Local’

    Uber has a message for Oakland: It wants to be a good neighbor. The ride-hailing company is 18 months away from moving into its East Bay headquarters in Oakland’s Uptown neighborhood, but it is reaching out to locals about jobs and business opportunities at the site.

    Oakland, CA, USA
  • 146) 100+ Massage Parlors Engaged in Prostitution, Mass Closures Follow

    More than a hundred massage parlors in San Jose, several of which were found to be engaged in prostitution, are shutting down after a citywide crackdown, according to a city report.

    San Jose, CA, USA
  • 147) Elderly Woman Gunned Down in Home – Stocktons 27th Death of the Year

    An elderly woman was killed inside a Stockton home and her roommate was wounded. Police said Gloria Navarro, 69, was killed and her roommate was rushed to the hospital with gunshot wounds. Right now, officers are working to figure out what sparked the violence.

    Stockton, CA, USA
  • 148) Strip Mall Evacuated: Modesto Donut Shop Fire

    A strip mall on Kansas Avenue was evacuated Monday afternoon when a fire broke out at a doughnut shop there. The fire started in the exhaust system in the kitchen of Donut Deli, said Modesto Fire Chief Alan Ernst.

    Modesto, CA, USA
  • 149) Sunnyvale City Council Discusses Rent Control

    With the Sunnyvale City Council election looming, housing affordability became the key topic at a candidates forum Wednesday night where more than 100 residents turned out to hear where the rivals stood on issues from rent control to mobile home parks.

    Sunnyvale, CA, USA
  • 150) Civil Rights Groups Threaten to Sue Sunnyvale

    A coalition of civil rights organizations this week informed Sunnyvale officials they’d better move quickly to change the way City Council members are elected or risk getting sued under the California Voting Rights Act.

    Sunnyvale, CA, USA
  • 151) Meero Announces Partnership with Matterport

    The worldwide leader in photography, Meero, has announced a partnership with the leading immersive media company, Matterport. The collaboration will make Matterport’s 3D virtual tours and VR cloud-hosted technology accessible to Meero’s 30,000 customers across 100 countries.

    Sunnyvale, CA, USA
  • 152) 600 Guns Turned Over During Buyback

    Almost 600 firearms were turned over to law enforcement during a gun buyback event in Sunnyvale on Saturday, public safety officials said today. The event yielded 265 handguns, 182 rifles, 98 shotguns and 23 assault weapons, 400 of which were submitted in the first two hours of the event.

    Sunnyvale, CA, USA
  • 153) Sunnyvale Hiker Killed While Taking Selfie

    A Sunnyvale woman who was hiking a National Park in Michigan died after falling down a cliff right after taking a selfie of herself, according to multiple media reports.

    Sunnyvale, CA, USA
  • 154) Measure A Didn’t Pay for New City Hall

    While funds from Measure A have contributed somewhat to the purchase of Stockton’s new City Hall, officials say the revenue from the 2013 ballot measure was not directly involved with the transaction.

    Stockton, CA, USA
  • 155) Emergency Food Bank CEO Fired After 5 Months

    Rick Brewer was dismissed Thursday as chief executive officer of the Stockton/San Joaquin Emergency Food Bank, just a few days more than five months after he was named to the post.

    Stockton, CA, USA
  • 156) Historic Railroad Depot Goes Up In Flames

    One of the few remaining remnants of the historic 1910 Western Pacific Railroad depot went up in flames Thursday afternoon on Main and Union streets in Stockton.

    Stockton, CA, USA
  • 157) Silvia Associate Hit with New Felony Charges

    Former Mayor Anthony Silva and longtime associate Sharon Simas are facing felony embezzlement, money-laundering and conflict-of-interest charges, according to a document filed at San Joaquin County Superior Court by the San Joaquin County District Attorney’s Office.

    Stockton, CA, USA
  • 158) Officers Raid Marijuana Grow at White Slough

    Authorities late last month arrested a Lodi man after the raid of an illegal marijuana grow in an area of the White Slough Wildlife Area in San Joaquin County.

    Stockton, CA, USA
  • 159) Pinecrest: Loggers and Environmentalists Find Common Ground

    Ryan Zinke knew exactly whom to blame for the catastrophic wildfires that have scorched California and the West this year. Touring the scarred neighborhoods of Redding in August, President Donald Trump’s interior secretary blasted “special interest” environmental groups for blocking logging projects he said would have made forests safer.

    Modesto, CA, USA
  • 160) 7th Annual Peace Officer Memorial Run

    Participants in the seventh annual Peace Officer Memorial Run carried with them personal reasons — a student honoring his grandpa, a cop battling back from a shooting and car crash — for turning out on a cool, windy Sunday morning to do a half marathon or 5K.

    Modesto, CA, USA
  • 161) Head-On Near Westley: Two Killed, Three Hospitalized

    Two men were killed and three people hospitalized after a head-on collision on the Delta-Mendota Canal bridge near Westley early Friday evening.

    Modesto, CA, USA
  • 162) Modesto Nears Alternative to Beard Brook Homeless Camp

    Modesto expects to open a new location for the homeless people camping in Beard Brook Park within a couple of weeks, a city official said Friday.

    Modesto, CA, USA
  • 163) Authorities Identify Woman Fatally Shot in Modesto

    Police Thursday morning confirmed the identity of the woman who was shot Monday morning on Kerr Avenue in Modesto and died in the parking lot of the downtown McDonald’s. Family members already had identified her on social media as Darlene Danielle Martinez, 34.

    Modesto, CA, USA