Jussie Smollett, the biracial homosexual actor, pleaded not guilty yesterday to 16 felony counts of disorderly conduct in connection with what police allege was an elaborately planned hate hoax designed to get him a raise.
Following the horrific murder of 20 young children and six adults at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newton, Connecticut, in December 2012, families of the victims filed a lawsuit against the maker of the weapon Adam Lanza used in the massacre.
Lawyers for Nick Sandmann have posted another outstanding video to YouTube, this one about the 16-year-old boy’s fight against the “goliath” media corporations and leftist social media mob that smeared him.
A series of confusing votes and a chaotic welter of parliamentary maneuvers over the past several days have left a muddled picture concerning where Britain now stands on Brexit.
Facebook — already beleaguered by one scandal and investigation after another — is in deeper trouble than ever. Federal prosecutors are conducting a criminal investigation of the social-media giant over deals it struck with some of the largest tech companies in the world. The deals allowed those companies access to users’ private data — including private messages, in some cases — without users’ knowledge or consent.
Former U.S. Senator Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) spoke to the House Federal and State Affairs Committee of the Kansas House of Representatives on Wednesday as part of his multi-state tour to persuade enough states to petition Congress to hold a National Convention to consider amendments — changes — to the United States Constitution.
Nigel Farage Slams Theresa May, EU, and Tories Over Brexit Betrayal, Urges EU to Veto Brexit Extension
Brexit leader Nigel Farage (shown) was in top form as he rose on the floor of the European Parliament in Strasbourg to issue a scathing (though humorous) denunciation of both British Prime Minister Theresa May and the leaders of the European Union, many of whom he called out by name. His blistering barrage came shortly after the House of Commons in the British Parliament voted overwhelmingly (by 391 votes to 242) on Tuesday to reject PM May’s latest agreement to effect Britain’s exit (Brexit) from the EU.
Another day, another illegal-alien murder suspect in California.
With much debate on the immigration issue centered on the southern border, it appears that a new avenue of illegal entry has opened up — across the border from Canada.