DCLeaks Website Down, Twitter Suspended After Releasing Soros Docs
DCLeaks, a website that releases information on powerful political figures, has had part of its website taken offline after releasing a cache of documents on billionaire donor George Soros. The @DCLeaks Twitter account has also been suspended from Twitter for reasons unknown.
Absentee Ballot Returns Show Spike In Unlikely Voters Weighing In On Florida’s Primary
The political team at the Florida Chamber of Commerce has come across a remarkable trend this campaign season: A huge spike in mail voting by people who rarely vote in primary elections
Obama $400 Million Cash Payment to Iran Unprecedented
No other transaction in US history has involved a planeload of bills, say diplomatic historians, raising questions about payment timed to help free prisoners
Times of Israel
Covering For Hillary
Google Censors 'Hillary Health Problems' Search Results
Google users attempting to search for information regarding presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s health are fed search suggestions that have nothing to do with the issue, many on Twitter pointed out Saturday.
Niners QB Kaepernick Refuses To Stand For Anthem
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick is refusing to stand for the national anthem before games because he believes the United States oppresses African Americans and other minorities.
State Dept. Won't Release Clinton Calendar Until After Election
Seven months after a federal judge ordered the State Department to begin releasing monthly batches of the detailed daily schedules showing meetings by Hillary Clinton during her time as secretary of state, the government told The AP it won't finish the job before Election Day
Trump Says He Will End 'War On American Farmer'
Speaking at a rally Saturday in Des Moines, Iowa, Trump touted his plans to boost economic growth and help American farmers, including his proposal to lower the tax rate on family farms to 15 percent
Trump Promises to ‘Swiftly’ Remove Criminal Illegal Immigrants ‘On Day One’
Trump: “On Day One, I am going to begin swiftly removing criminal illegal immigrants from this country – including removing the hundreds of thousands of criminal illegal immigrants that have been released into U.S. communities under the Obama-Clinton Administration,”
In countries where people are free, people are not 'equal.' In countries where every one is 'equal,' people are not free.
Mizzou Renames ‘Unisex’ Restrooms Because Term Isn’t Inclusive Enough
The University of Missouri (MU) is renaming its “Unisex” restrooms on campus in response to complaints that the current label isn’t inclusive. Henceforth, restrooms intended for use by both men and women will simply be labeled “toilet.”
Establishment RINO'sAnti-Trump Republicans To Run Ads Against Trump In Key States
Anti-Trump Republicans are preparing to launch a broadcast TV ad in a handful of swing-state suburbs urging Donald Trump to quit the presidential race so the party can replace him with a more electable nominee.
Hillary Clinton Receives 1st Classified Briefing as Democratic Nominee
Hillary Clinton spent Saturday morning at an FBI facility near her New York home meeting with staffers from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence who briefed her on major threats and emerging concerns around the world
China and US To Ratify Landmark Paris Climate Deal Ahead of G20 Summit
China and the United States are set to jointly announce their ratification of a landmark climate change pact before the G20 summit early next month
South China Morning Post
Massive ObamaCare Rate Hikes Are A Good Thing, White House Says
In the face of the Obamacare meltdown, the Obama administration put out a report this week that says, if anything, massive rate hikes are good for ObamaCare enrollees.
Investors Business Daily
Obama Creates Largest Ocean Reserve, Takes Heat For New Federal Decrees
Obama, with the stroke of a pen, created the world's largest ocean reserve on Friday off Hawaii, days after designating a massive federal monument in Maine
America's First Offshore Wind Farm Ready to Launch
The offshore wind farm just off the coast of Block Island, R.I., has had its finishing touches and is ready to power an estimated New England 1,700 homes this fall, despite flack from critics of the expense and marginal power benefits
American Flags To Be Restored To NY Town's Firetrucks After Outcry
Once described as a liability risk, American flags will be reinstalled on some firetrucks in a New York community after an outcry followed the local fire commissioners' orders to take them down.
Top Dem. Pollster: Trump Can Win Election if He Has ‘One Sane Month’
Peter Hart, a Democrat and one of the country’s most respected pollsters, admitted on Friday that Donald Trump can win the White House if he has “one sane month” on the campaign trail
Republicans Gain in Race for Registered Voters
Republicans have narrowed the Democrats’ lead in registered voters in several swing states, especially in North Carolina and Florida.
New York Times
Entire Facebook Trending News Team Fired Following Breitbart Coverage
Facebook has fired its Trending News team, responsible for curating the social media network’s “Trending News” list, after Breitbart Tech began to reveal their progressive biases last month
New York Times Is Looking for a Global Warming Editor
Are you looking for a job? Well, good news. The New York Times is looking for a Global Warming (now called "Climate Change" when the warming bit didn't happen) editor. Anyone can apply
Tech Firm Brags About Blocking FBI From Recovering Clinton Emails
A technology company that provided the program Hillary Clinton's team used to scrub her private server of emails bragged on its website Thursday that it had prevented the FBI from accessing deleted records
Feds Spend $1 Million for Refugees to Become Farmers
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is spending nearly $1 million to teach refugees how to farm. New grants announced last week include two projects in Idaho and Kansas to “cultivate the next generation of farmers” by helping refugees get land leases to start their own farms.
Low Tide Reveals New Border Crossing Into Texas
This week, the low tide near the mouth of the Rio Grande in Texas showed a sandbar connecting Mexico and the U.S. That's a walkway in the water between the two countries
UPI/CVoter Poll: Hillary Drops 3 Points In One Week
The UPI/CVoter daily presidential tracking poll released Friday shows Donald Trump leading Hillary Clinton by less than 1 percentage point.
Baltimore Streams Tainted By Amphetamines
Researchers who tested samples from six streams around the Maryland city found them tainted with "amphetamine concentrations are high enough to alter the base of the aquatic food web,"
Divorce Raises The Danger Of A Second Heart Attack
Research on 30,000 men and women who had experienced a heart attack found that those who had been through a divorce were 14 percent more likely to suffer a second attack.
850 Dead Illegals Lie Unidentified in Tucson Morgue
The bodies of as many as 850 illegal alien men, women and children who died trying to cross the U.S.-Mexico border unlawfully now lie frozen and unidentified in a morgue in Tucson, Ariz., according to an Arizona medical examiner.
'Longest Living Human' Says 'Just Wants To Die' At 145
Mbah Gotho, from Java, has been named as the world's longest lived human at 145 years old.
Scientists Discover Closest Habitable Exoplanet
Scientists have discovered that the star closest to Earth outside of our solar system has a planet. And not only that, if the conditions there are right, it could potentially support life.
Scientists Stunned By Huge MIT Discovery
In cooperation with the Sinapore University of Technology and Design, the MIT researchers found a way to print tiny features on a micron scale, and then bent them — causing them to spring back into their original shape afterwards after being heated to a certain temperatures
Man's Best Friend
Dog Won't Leave Owner's Coffin
A picture of canine devotion, a Cocker Spaniel stands loyally by the coffin of his owner, one of the 290 people killed in Italy’s earthquake.
Pop-up Airport Rises In NV Desert
At first, it sounds like a completely crazy idea: Build an airport, in a week, to handle thousands of passengers. Then tear it down a week later and return the desert to pristine condition.
Love Bite Horror As Teen Dies From Hickey
A teen has reportedly died after getting a love bite from his girlfriend that caused him to have a stroke .