Keith Wood still faces a misdemeanor jury tampering charge for exercising his freedom of speech.Read More →
U.S. Postal Service carrier Glen Grays was making his rounds in Brooklyn when a car almost sideswiped him as he stepped out of his mail truck. He shouted at the driver. Bad move. The car pulled back and the driver told him he was a cop. Then the driver and three other plainclothes police officers in the car with him stepped out, handcuffed Grays and arrested him for disorderly conduct.
New research published in the Journal of Internal Medicine has found that women with higher levels of sun exposure had lower instances of cardiovascular disease and lived longer – by .6 to 2.1 years longer — than women who avoided sun exposure. There’s a solid explanation behind it.
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As it’s becoming increasingly apparent that Donald Trump is going to be the Republican nominee, I have begun asking myself if I would cast a ballot for Trump, despite my many reservations about him, in order to prevent a pathologically dishonest and possibly unbalanced Hillary Clinton from slithering back into the White House? It’s a tricky question.Read More →
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After his campaign manager was charged for grabbing Fields, Trump taunted the reporter on Twitter, asking “Can I press charges?” against her.Read More →
Families of State Department employees also leaving.Read More →
The fight over government access to your private data will not be ending anytime soon.Read More →
President Barack Obama on Monday lashed out at U.S. reporters for failing to “dig deeper and to demand more” from the current crop of presidential candidates. Members of the press quickly bit back at the leader of the “most transparent” administration in U.S. history.
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