The mother, who was seen in the viral video of the pool party chaos, outlined her recollection of the June 5 incident and denied ever using racial slurs. Allbritton has reportedly been in hiding, hundreds of miles away from her Texas home due to “death threats” against her and her children.
More than two dozen companies with operations in Indiana have formed a consortium and are preparing to argue for changes in the way the state regulates utility rates.
Michigan Secretary of State Ruth Johnson is asking lawmakers to support a bill that would allow no-reason absentee voting in the state.
The Federal Communications Commission said Wednesday it plans to fine AT&T Mobility $100 million for misleading customers about its “unlimited” mobile data plans, imposing the agency’s largest proposed fine ever in alleging that the carrier “severely” slowed down the data speeds for customers with such plans.
The community of Mountain House, about an hour east of San Francisco, is now days away from running out of water, according to local reports. That’s because its only supplier, the Byron-Bethany Irrigation District, was one of the senior rights-holders put on notice Friday.
Hillary Clinton reportedly charged a Boys and Girls Club chapter $200,000 for an appearance, then left the premise without saying hello to children who benefit from the program.
The major goal of the conference, the manual abjectly states, is to convince taxpayer-funded teachers and administrators to become “anti-racist white allies” who believe this creed: “All white people are racist. I am a racist.”
The memo said a top Libyan official, Mohamed Yousef el-Magariaf, had told close associates that the Benghazi attack was carried out by the militant group Ansar al-Sharia and that Libyan security officials believed the group “took advantage of cover provided by” demonstrations against an Internet video seen as insulting to the Prophet Mohammed to conduct it.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz introduced a new Internet sales tax bill Monday that would allow states to impose an online sales tax on out-of-state businesses.
A federal judge handed a partial victory to the former CEO of American International Group, who claimed the government’s bailout of the insurance giant in the heat of the financial crisis was unfairly punitive.