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Photo: NRA Leader Warns Conservatives Of 'Socialist Wave' In Wake Of Shooting NRA Leader Warns Conservatives Of 'Socialist Wave' In Wake Of Shooting
NPR - Thu Feb 22, 2018
Just over a week after 17 people were killed at Parkland, Florida, high school, National Rifle Association executive vice president and CEO Wayne LaPierre gave a fiery, defiant speech at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference, or CPAC, on Thursday at the National Harbor in Maryland. More»

Photo: Newsweek plunged into chaos by its own reporters' exposé Newsweek plunged into chaos by its own reporters' exposé
The Guardian - Wed Feb 21, 2018
Newsweek, once one of the most powerful publications in US media, has a scoop on its hands - one that has plunged the troubled title further into chaos. More»

Photo: A $17,850 urine test: Industry boom amid opioid epidemic A $17,850 urine test: Industry boom amid opioid epidemic
CNN - Tue Feb 20, 2018
After Elizabeth Moreno had back surgery in late 2015, her surgeon prescribed an opioid painkiller and a follow-up drug test that seemed routine -- until the lab slapped her with a bill for $17,850. More»

Photo: FCC under investigation for giving special favors to Trump TV FCC under investigation for giving special favors to Trump TV
Shareblue - Mon Feb 19, 2018
After rewriting public policy at the Federal Communications Commission in order to please a major Trump supporter, the head of the FCC is now under investigation to see if he went even further and actively colluded with the telecommunications giants. More»

Photo: Thirteen Russians criminally charged for interfering in US election, Mueller announces Thirteen Russians criminally charged for interfering in US election, Mueller announces
The Guardian - Fri Feb 16, 2018
Thirteen Russians have been criminally charged for interfering in the 2016 US election to help Donald Trump, the office of Robert Mueller, the special counsel, announced on Friday. More»

Photo: GOP lawmaker claims women are inferior: 'a lesser cut of meat' GOP lawmaker claims women are inferior: 'a lesser cut of meat'
Patheos - Fri Feb 16, 2018
Bible based misogyny: South Carolina State Senator Thomas Corbin insults a female colleague, claiming women are "a lesser cut of meat" because the Bible teaches Eve was created from Adam's rib. More»

Photo: Syria shoots down Israeli warplane as conflict escalates Syria shoots down Israeli warplane as conflict escalates
BBC - Sat Feb 10, 2018
An Israeli F-16 fighter jet has crashed after being hit by Syrian air defences during an offensive in Syria, the Israeli military says. More»

Photo: New Form of Water, Both Liquid and Solid, Is 'Really Strange' New Form of Water, Both Liquid and Solid, Is 'Really Strange'
New York Times - Sat Feb 10, 2018
Long theorized to be found in the mantles of Uranus and Neptune, the confirmation of the existence of superionic ice could lead to the development of new materials. More»

Photo: Trump refuses to read the Presidential Daily Brief – and it's 'hampering his ability to respond to crises' Trump refuses to read the Presidential Daily Brief – and it's 'hampering his ability to respond to crises'
Raw Story - Fri Feb 9, 2018
Donald Trump "declines to participate" in reading the Presidential Daily Brief, breaking from his previous seven predecessors and potentially "hampering his ability to reposed to crises," the Washington Post reports. More»

Photo: The Michigan town where only Christians are allowed to buy houses The Michigan town where only Christians are allowed to buy houses
The Guardian - Fri Feb 9, 2018
Tucked away in Michigan's Lower Peninsula, somewhere along the winding roads that hug Great Lakes shores, is an idyllic town named Bay View. More»

Photo: Russians penetrated U.S. voter systems, top U.S. official says Russians penetrated U.S. voter systems, top U.S. official says
NBC - Thu Feb 8, 2018
The US official in charge of protecting American elections from hacking says the Russians successfully penetrated the voter registration rolls of several US states prior to the 2016 presidential election. More»

Photo: Four dead, hundreds injured in Taiwan after 6.4-magnitude earthquake strikes Four dead, hundreds injured in Taiwan after 6.4-magnitude earthquake strikes
New York Daily News - Wed Feb 7, 2018
TAIPEI, Taiwan - Rescuers were working Wednesday to try to reach people who were trapped after a strong earthquake near Taiwan's east coast caused several buildings to cave in and tilt dangerously. More»

Photo: Fukushima nuclear disaster: Lethal levels of radiation detected in leak seven years after plant meltdown in Japan Fukushima nuclear disaster: Lethal levels of radiation detected in leak seven years after plant meltdown in Japan
The Independent - Tue Feb 6, 2018
Lethal levels of radiation have been detected at Japan's Fukushima nuclear power plant, seven years after it was destroyed by an earthquake and tsunami. More»

Photo: Police sergeant is arrested after being caught on camera 'stealing a paralyzed woman's prescription opioids and offering her hush money' Police sergeant is arrested after being caught on camera 'stealing a paralyzed woman's prescription opioids and offering her hush money'
Daily Mail - Mon Feb 5, 2018
A Hagerstown police sergeant in Maryland has been arrested after stealing prescription opioids from a paralyzed woman, who caught him on video. More»

Photo: Oklahoma Earthquakes: Oil Industry Took State from Seismic Dead Zone to Hotspot in a Decade Oklahoma Earthquakes: Oil Industry Took State from Seismic Dead Zone to Hotspot in a Decade
Newsweek - Fri Feb 2, 2018
"There are better ways we can be doing things," says Erin Brockovich, the environmental activist portrayed in the Oscar-winning 2000 film, who has become one of the latest people to draw attention to the frequent man-made earthquakes plaguing the US state of Oklahoma. More»

Photo: Lawyer for Senior White House Official Predicts Robert Mueller Will Indict Trump Within Months Lawyer for Senior White House Official Predicts Robert Mueller Will Indict Trump Within Months
AlterNet - Fri Feb 2, 2018
According to two lawyers who have clients who have been swept up in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into the Donald Trump administration, they believe that the president may be indicted for obstruction of justice within the next few months. More»

Photo: Mystery as three giant metal spheres fall from the sky over Peru after massive fireball was spotted Mystery as three giant metal spheres fall from the sky over Peru after massive fireball was spotted
Daily Mail - Thu Feb 1, 2018
Peruvians were left terrified after villagers found three mysterious objects that fell from the sky engulfed in flames. More»

Photo: San Francisco To Dismiss Thousands Of Marijuana Convictions San Francisco To Dismiss Thousands Of Marijuana Convictions
NPR - Thu Feb 1, 2018
Prosecutors in San Francisco will throw out thousands of marijuana-related convictions of residents dating back to 1975. More»

Photo: White House asks for Van Gogh loan - but Guggenheim offers gold toilet instead White House asks for Van Gogh loan - but Guggenheim offers gold toilet instead
The Guardian - Fri Jan 26, 2018
The Guggenheim Museum has reportedly turned down a White House request to borrow a Van Gogh painting, and has instead offered the Trump administration the use of a golden toilet. More»

Photo: Man Killed by FBI Agent in Houston Raid Was Kidnap Victim Man Killed by FBI Agent in Houston Raid Was Kidnap Victim
NBC New York - Fri Jan 26, 2018
An FBI agent fatally shot the victim of a kidnapping during a raid early Thursday at a Houston home, authorities said. More»

Photo: Doomsday Clock Moves Up 30 Seconds, Now 2 Minutes to Midnight Doomsday Clock Moves Up 30 Seconds, Now 2 Minutes to Midnight
NBC New York - Thu Jan 25, 2018
The Doomsday Clock now holds at two minutes to midnight, with the world facing the closest risk of global catastrophe since 1953. More»

Photo: Scientists Sue EPA Over 'Attempt To Delegitimize Science' Scientists Sue EPA Over 'Attempt To Delegitimize Science'
Huffington Post - Thu Jan 25, 2018
The Environmental Protection Agency has been sued over an October directive issued by Administrator Scott Pruitt prohibiting scientists who receive funding from the agency from serving on its advisory boards. More»

Photo: Groundbreaking medical marijuana case lets little girl go back to school Groundbreaking medical marijuana case lets little girl go back to school
KFOR-TV - Tue Jan 23, 2018
A little girl was back in a school she loves in Schaumburg, Illinois last week - but only after a federal judge said it was okay for her to bring her prescription medication with her. More»

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