Did two men in a truck try to pull off a terrorist attack in Washington DC’s Adams Morgan neighborhood last night? Or was it an attack on law enforcement? Police say they need to look at terrorism as a motive “very closely,” as two police officers and another city employee recover from serious injuries. A weapon was found on two men in the truck, who now face charges in the assault:
A South Bend Common Council member said Thursday he will go ahead with his plan to introduce a resolution Monday asking the city administration to launch a work program for panhandlers, despite some pushback from the mayor’s office.
John Solomon: I think there is probably more interest that should be focused on James Comey and Attorney General Loretta Lynch after what we heard today. And I am hearing tonight that Comey may have had other meetings with Lynch that are going to come to light in the next few weeks.
The firm behind the salacious and unsubstantiated Trump dossier is refusing to to cooperate with the Senate Judiciary Committee’s request to provide documentation or respond to questions sent from the committee in March about the clients who paid for the dossier that launched the investigation into the administration and its alleged Russian connections.
Bill Cosby says he apologized to the family of the woman he is accused of drugging and assaulting because he was afraid her mother thought he was “a dirty old man,” according to testimony read to the jury Friday at the comedian’s trial.
A viral “hate crime” story spread by left-wing figures Linda Sarsour and Shaun King is now unraveling.
Before the Computech Middle School yearbook had to be reprinted because a teacher’s page featured a Ku Klux Klan symbol, complaints were made about the teacher displaying the Confederate flag in her classroom.
An Indiana mom filed a lawsuit on Friday against an elementary school teacher and principal for allegedly forcing her son to recite the Pledge of Allegiance.
The Justice Department released a statement on James Comey’s testimony on Thursday that attempts to set the record straight on some of the former FBI director’s remarks.
John McCain became the unlikely trending topic from the much-awaited appearance by ex-FBI director James Comey in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee. Comey, as you know, was fired by President Donald Trump and all of America had been waiting for Comey to come back to tell his side of the story as if it were a postgame press conference.
Tim and I do the Bean-Doozled challenge