According to a DOJ release, 25-year-old Reality Leigh Winner is being charged with removing classified material from a government facility and mailing it to a news outlet.
Speaking of Snowden, Ms. Winner is a huge fan of his. He was one of only 50 accounts she followed on Twitter, along with WikiLeaks, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif, and the Anonymous hacker collective. Her own Twitter posts were filled with foaming-at-the-mouth anti-Trump tirades such as, “Why burn a flag? Donald Trump thinks crosses burn much better.”
There are many Americans protesting US govt aggression towards Iran. If our Tangerine in Chief declares war, we stand with you!
— Sara Winners (@Reezlie) February 7, 2017
A billboard on the east side of Indianapolis is catching the eyes of drivers, along with the ire of local Muslim groups.
The sales manager of the Genesee County Land Bank has resigned his position after water activists recorded him saying Flint’s problems were caused by “ni***** (who) don’t pay their bills.”
A transgender high school athlete beat girls in the Connecticut track state championship Tuesday, but his time would have placed him last in the boys’ race.
Michigan residents could soon carry concealed pistols without a permit under legislation making its way through the Legislature.
As our friends at Morningside Hill calculate, a full 93% of the new jobs reported since 2008 – 6.3 million out of 6.7 million – and 40% of the jobs in 2016 alone were added through the business birth and death model – a highly controversial model which is not supported by the data. On the contrary, all data on establishment births and deaths point to an ongoing decrease in entrepreneurship.
The third terrorist behind Saturday’s London Bridge attack has been identified as Youssef Zaghba, a Moroccan-Italian man previously known to authorities.
A coalition of 16 states led by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a brief at the Supreme Court Tuesday, urging the justices to reinstate key provisions of President Donald Trump’s executive order on refugees and migrants.
Panhandlers have become a common sight around South Bend. Now, the city’s Common Council is considering putting them to work.