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Morsi appeals death penalty

The defense for ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi filed an appeal against a death sentence and prison term for the former leader, a lawyer said on Saturday. Morsi, who was toppled in July 2013, was sentenced to death in June for allegedly participating in prison breaks and violence against police, and to life in prison … Continue reading Morsi appeals death penalty

What was Mayor de Blasio doing while his uniformed city workers were under fire?

A New York City firefighter is shot in the leg responding to a Staten Island fire. An armed standoff ensues between cops and the leader of the Bloods. Shots are eventually fired and the gunman is killed. As all of this unfolds, guess...Show More Summary

Even more women accuse Bill Cosby of sexual misconduct

Some old people, as the joke goes, open up the newspaper and go right to the obituaries to make sure they haven’t died. Bill Cosby must open the paper each day to see who’s stepped forward with another allegation of sexual abuse. Today he’s learning that three more women are his latest accusers. Show More Summary

Sweden dropping Assange sexual assault charges

Many people have thought all along that the sexual assault charges against Julian Assange were politically motivated. Well, now, they need not worry about the WikiLeaks founder being brought before the court on that allegation. The statute of limitations has expired. Show More Summary

Reporter who covered Ferguson anniversary today’s guest on News Talk Online on the Paltalk News Network

Marcus DiPaola, correspondent for CNC World who not only covered the Ferguson anniversary protests but was targeted by Black Lives Matter advocates to be “watched” because he was spotted shaking hands with an Oath Keeper vigilante he...Show More Summary

Cops knew Oath Keepers would be ‘patrolling’ Ferguson with automatic weapons

Four white men armed with assault rifles and pistols said they contacted police prior to walking the streets of Ferguson early Tuesday morning. A police officer told The Daily Beast that he understood that the men belonging to a right-wing militia group contacted high-ranking officials within the St. Show More Summary

2 German journalists face treason charges for reporting on spying

Two journalists have been threatened with jail time in Germany for publishing information about the extent of the country’s surveillance activities. Markus Beckedahl and Andre Meister, editors at stick-it-to-zer-man activist website, received a letter on Thursday informing them that they were under investigation for treason. Show More Summary

Zimbabwe to U.S.: Send us your lion-killing dentist

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is investigating the death of Cecil the lion and Zimbabwe has now called for identified killer Walter Palmer’s extradition to be tried in their country. Palmer, a dentist in Minnesota, has not been heard from since Tuesday when he issued a statement to his patients and closed his dental practice amid protests. Show More Summary

British politician quits leadership post after video surfaces showing him snorting powder off woman’s breasts

Lord Sewel, deputy speaker of Britain’s House of Lords, has stepped down from his leadership post after a video came to light showing him snorting a powdery substance that some believe to be cocaine off the breasts of a woman who, some British media are identifying as a prostitute. Show More Summary

Listen: Victoria Jones on the Lafayette shootings, Donald Trump, sanctuary cities

Talk Radio News Service White House correspondent Victoria Jones talks with Gary Baumgarten for the Paltalk News Network about the Lafayette shooting and President Obama’s lament over gun control, Donald Trump going to the border and the fight over sanctuary cities.

Tea Party Nation page in name of Lafayette shooter

The man who shot up the Grand Theater in Lafayette, LA killing three people including himself may have been a Tea Party devotee. A Tea Party Nation page was set up by someone purported to be John Russell Houser, the man who police describe as a loner and a drifter who opened fire about 20 … Continue reading Tea Party Nation page in name of Lafayette shooter

Some Blagojevich convictions overturned by court

He was convicted of trying to sell former Illinois state Sen. Barack Obama’s legislative seat after Obama became president of the United States. Now, a court has vacated five of the counts for which then-Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich was convicted. It was not immediately clear if the ruling would shorten the Democrat’s 14-year-long sentence.

5th service member in Chattanooga shooting dies

The U.S. Navy says a sailor who was shot earlier this week at a military support center in Chattanooga has died. This brings the number of peope dead to six – including the suspected gunman. The sailor died two days after four Marines died and three others were injured. Show More Summary

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