Today, the UK has voted to leave the EU in a vote of 52% to 48%.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon (pictured casting her vote yesterday) said Scotland had delivered an ‘unequivocal’ vote to stay in Europe and said it was ‘clear that the people of Scotland see their future as part of the European Union’
Many feared if the UK voted to leave the European Union it would signal the end of the EU as we know it. Now that the votes have been cast in favor of leaving, it looks like that may be the case, as leaders in other European nations are now calling for referendums of their own.
The people of the United Kingdom have spoken, and we respect their decision.
Michigan State University’s police department has launched an “Inclusion and Anti-Bias Unit” that not only hosts bias trainings, but also polices campus bias complaints.
The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that police can run breath tests on drivers suspected of drunk driving without violating the Constitution, but must have a warrant before requiring people to take blood alcohol tests.
Former Secretary Hillary Clinton failed to turn over a copy of a key message involving problems caused by her use of a private homebrew email server, the State Department confirmed Thursday. The disclosure makes it unclear what other work-related emails may have been deleted by the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.
The emails, reviewed by The Associated Press, show that State Department technical staff disabled software on their systems intended to block phishing emails that could deliver dangerous viruses. They were trying urgently to resolve delivery problems with emails sent from Clinton’s private server.
Bryan Pagliano gave his deposition today in a lawsuit brought by Judicial Watch. Fox News’ Catherine Herridge reports he repeated the same statement invoking his Fifth Amendment rights more than 125 times: