A Pakistani family under criminal investigation by the U.S. Capitol Police for abusing their access to the House of Representatives information technology (IT) system may have engaged in myriad other questionable schemes besides allegedly placing “ghost employees” on the congressional payroll.
Volvo is leaving conventional gasoline vehicles on the side of the road.
France plans to end the sale of vehicles powered by gasoline and diesel by 2040, environment minister Nicolas Hulot said.
Television networks are intentionally misspelling the names of their news shows in a new trend to artificially boost their ratings.
As fact-checkers play an increasingly important role in journalism, it’s important to fact check who funds them.
A North Korean soldier who worked as Kim Jong Un’s bodyguard wants to defect to the South.
Jesse Watters, co-host of the Fox News show “The Five,” believes America’s options for North Korea are dwindling, suggesting an assassination of dictator Kim Jong-un or an overthrow of the government.
ABC News and Beef Products Inc (BPI) reached a confidential settlement which concluded a 5-year-old lawsuit as of June 27. BPI filed a $1.9 billion lawsuit against ABC News in 2012 for reports that the company’s lean finely textured beef (LFTB) as dangerous “pink slime.” ABC may have been liable for up to $5.7 billion if it lost the case because of South Dakota’s Agricultural Food products Disparagement Act.
Mentioned in recent reporting and testimony from fired FBI Director James B. Comey, the correspondence reportedly shows Obama-era Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch privately assuring “someone in the Clinton campaign that the email investigation would not push too deeply into the matter.”
Former 95.3 MNC Radio Host Ends Cancer Treatment: Radio star Matt Patrick stopping cancer treatments, leaving future “up to God” – Local – Ohio
“I’m going to decide that there will be no fighting,” he said on the Matt Patrick Show. “There will be no more going back to the hospital. There will be … It will be up to God. Whatever God decides to do, that’s what I will do.
Mr. Trump’s first quarter salary of $78,333 was matched by an anonymous donor who gave another $22,000, bringing the gift to $100,000, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke said.
Nearly 51 percent of Republican Senate offices offer paid internship compared to just 31 percent of Democrat offices, according to a new study from the bipartisan group Pay Our Interns. On the House side, only 8 percent of Republican offices pay their interns compared to just 3.6 percent of Democrat offices.