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Glenn Odom: Lawyer, 25-Year South Carolina School Board Member, Quits After Calling African-Americans Darkies

Glenn Odom found himself in hot water after the 25-year South Carolina school board member reportedly called African-American school board members “darkies” in an email that went viral. According to WLTX, Glenn sent an email on August 29, to another employee in the school district, asking for a ride. Show More Summary

Donald Trump Impeachment Move On Rise: Even Republican Lawmakers May Be Considering Impeachment, Report Says

Fears among many Republican allies of Donald Trump that his impeachment may now be inevitable appeared to be on the rise over the weekend. One new report said that at least one GOP lawmaker may now be ready to support articles of impeachment...Show More Summary

Former Hurricane Ophelia Hits Ireland And Scotland With Heavy Winds And Rain

What was Hurricane Ophelia hit Ireland early this morning as a post-tropical storm with heavy winds and rain, and Met Éireann, Ireland’s National Meteorological Service, fears heavy flooding. There is a wind warning for the whole country as the storm moves toward Scotland. Show More Summary

World War 3: European Union And NATO Support Sanctions But Oppose Military Action Against North Korea

As tensions continue to simmer between the U.S. and North Korea, we are seeing mixed messages coming from Europe over support for the Trump administration’s policy towards the hermit nation. Fears over the potential outbreak of World...Show More Summary

American Tortured In North Korea For 43 Days Urges President Donald Trump To Avoid World War 3

As America is preparing to advance on every level to fight the threats rising from the East, a tortured American man has talked about the consequences a nuclear war will bring. Robert Park, who was brutally tortured in North Korea, has...Show More Summary

Rex Tillerson Won’t Say Whether Or Not He Called Trump A ‘Moron,’ Denies He’s Been ‘Castrated’

In an appearance on CNN’s State of the Union on Sunday, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson had to confirm that he had not been “castrated.” “I checked,” Tillerson told host Jake Tapper. “I’m fully intact.” This was in response to a comment made by Sen. Show More Summary

Lake Pontchartrain: Kenner, Louisiana, Oil Rig Explosion Injures Six

An explosion on a Lake Pontchartrain oil rig injured six people on Sunday evening, according to officials with the Kenner, Louisiana, Police Department. One other person, who has not been identified at this time, remains missing. Authorities confirmed the explosion occurred at approximately 7:18 p.m. Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton Finds Similarities Between Russian Interference In 2016 Election And 9/11 Attacks

Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has stated that Russian interference in the 2016 United States presidential election was on such an enormous scale that it is the equivalent of a “Cyber 9/11.” Appearing before an...Show More Summary

Police Officers Denied Service At Restaurant

The chasm between the public and law enforcement grows wider and wider with the passing time, with every report in the media appearing to paint the police in a negative light. Unaware of the truest statistics and what it takes to protect and to serve, this only creates enmity and fear, where there ought to be trust and cooperation. Show More Summary

One Month After Hillary’s New Book: Three Things You Need To Know

One month ago, Hillary Clinton’s new book, What Happened, hit the shelves. In it, she provides her reasons about why she lost the 2016 Presidential Election to Donald Trump. If she had won, she would have been the first woman to become U.S. Show More Summary

‘House of Cards’ Was Required Viewing At Russian ‘Troll Factory,’ Netflix Drama Used To Explain U.S. Politics

Is ‘House of Cards’ an accurate portrayal of U.S. Politics? Vladimir Putin might think so. According to Yahoo News, an interview with a former top Russian internet operative (a professional “troll”) was broadcast Sunday on the Russian TV station Rain. Show More Summary

North Korea And America Are Heading Toward Another Showdown, But This Time It’s Personal [Opinion]

Once again, the world watches and waits as America and North Korea approach yet another showdown, in an escalating war of words that could potentially result in an outcome far different than before. As tensions rise with each passing...Show More Summary

Will RHONJ’s Teresa Giudice Leave Husband Joe Giudice After He’s Out Of Jail?

Real Housewives Of New Jersey’s Teresa Giudice plans to leave her husband, Joe Giudice, after he’s released from jail. At least that’s according to an article in In Touch Weekly. Teresa has outwardly seemed happy about Joe’s release but In Touch Weekly’s sources say that she isn’t being honest about her real feelings. Show More Summary

Toddler Drowns in Sludge After Falling Into Grease Pit Behind Ice Cream Shop

A 3-year-old little girl was reported missing after playing with her siblings on the grounds of an ice cream shop in Auburn, Alabama, on Saturday. Police received a 911 call reporting a child missing from Bruster’s Real Ice Cream at about 1 p.m. Show More Summary

‘SNL’ Depicts Kellyanne Conway In Sewer As Stephen King’s Pennywise From ‘It’ — Video

Kellyanne Conway was the topic of a parody for a Saturday Night Live segment last night as she morphed into Pennywise the sewer-dwelling clown from the movie, It. Despite some folks taking offense to the skit with depicting Kellyanne in the sewer as the clown, Twitter users hopped on the SNL Twitter page and seemed to give the parody thumbs up. Show More Summary

America Heads Toward Solar Energy Tariffs, Will This Derail Environmentalists?

The first half of 2017 represented a huge increase in solar energy usage worldwide. The U.S. also headed in an Eco-friendly direction by boosting solar power to 10 percent of the nation’s total energy production. This is much lower than...Show More Summary

Professor Hillary Clinton? Columbia University Claims She Could Return To Teaching In 2018 [Report]

Hillary Clinton is testing the water on a return to a teaching position, NY Daily News reported. The Former U.S. Secretary of State is in talks with Columbia University on a formal role. According to the report, Clinton is under discussion...Show More Summary

Larry Flynt Offering $10 Million For Dirt Leading To Donald Trump Impeachment

Hustler magazine publisher Larry Flynt is offering a $10 million bounty for dirt leading to the impeachment of President Donald Trump. CNBC reports the 74-year-old longtime publisher recently took out a full-page ad in the Washington Post heralding his offer. Show More Summary

Trump Subpoenaed: Alleged Groping Victim Wants Documents From Trump Campaign On Assault Allegations

Donald Trump has been subpoenaed by a woman who claims the president groped her in 2007, setting up a potentially embarrassing legal showdown for the 46th president, Buzzfeed News is reporting. Summer Zervos, who competed on Trump’sShow More Summary

Donald Trump To Continue Diplomatic Effort With North Korea ‘Until First Bomb Drops,’ Says Rex Tillerson

The Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has seemingly gone against President Donald Trump’s words and cleared things up concerning North Korea. The many tweets by Trump suggested that United States of America and North Korea will be not...Show More Summary

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