MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — An Illinois man who allegedly traveled to Minneapolis to participate in riots after the death of George Floyd has been arrested and charged with federal counts, after prosecutors say videos posted to his Facebook page showed him handing out explosives and damaging property.  Continue reading “Charges: Illinois man went to Minneapolis to riot”


A photo from Thursday night’s protest in downtown Louisville appears to show a line of white women, arms locked, standing between Louisville Metro Police officers and black protesters.

It quickly went viral, shared on social media by organizations like the Kentucky National Organization for Women, where it was shared more than 100,000 times on FacebookContinue reading “Viral photo shows line of white people between police, black protesters at Thursday rally”


Authorities in Connecticut and Pennsylvania are searching for an “armed and dangerous” suspect Sunday after the man was tied to two possible murders.

Peter Manfredonia, 23, is the primary suspect in an attack that killed one man and injured another on Friday in Willington, Connecticut, according to Connecticut State Police. He was allegedly seen leaving the residence where the attack took place. Continue reading “Murder suspect with ‘strong ties’ to Newtown, Connecticut, is manhunt subject”


At the start pf the pandemic, coronavirus testing involved driving to one of a handful of testing sites across the state, and having a doctor or nurse place a swab far up your nostril. Then, you’d wait up to a week for results. Continue reading “See what do-it-yourself coronavirus testing looks like at N.J. Walmarts”


BELLMAWR, N.J. (CBS) – A South Jersey gym has once again reopened in defiance of the governor’s shutdown order, a day after the health department shut down the gym due to a plumbing issue. The owners of Atilis Gym in Bellmawr were also given a citation from the Department of Public Health. Continue reading “Atilis Gym Reopens In Defiance Of Stay-At-Home Order Day After Shut Down By Health Department Due To Plumbing Issue”


Decades before a security camera caught Michael Taylor coming off a jet that was carrying one of the world’s most-wanted fugitives, the former Green Beret had a hard-earned reputation for taking on dicey assignments.

Over the years, Taylor had been hired by parents to rescue abducted children. He went undercover for the FBI to sting a Massachusetts drug gang. And he worked as a military contractor in Iraq and Afghanistan, an assignment that landed him in a Utah jail in a federal fraud case. Continue reading “Ex-Green Beret nabbed in exec’s escape has lived on the edge”



Since the coronavirus began to hit the U.S., the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has been warning Americans that the three main symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, cough, and shortness of breath. But now, the CDC has updated its list of symptoms to include six more signs to look out for. Continue reading “6 New Coronavirus Symptoms the CDC Wants You to Know”


JERUSALEM (AP) — With the global coronavirus pandemic ravaging the elderly, Israel’s aging population of Holocaust survivors finds itself on the country’s annual Holocaust Remembrance Day this year much like they were during World War II — alone and in fear of the unknown.

Continue reading “Israeli Survivors Remember Holocaust amid Coronavirus Quarantine”


In Vermilion Parish, Louisiana, the sheriff’s department has turned an old bank into a socially distanced payment location where residents can pay court fines and traffic tickets. “Drive-Thru ONLY,” the agency posted on Facebook. Continue reading “Courts are closed due to coronavirus. But if you owe fines and fees, you still have to pay”

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Lithium is one of the foundational elements of our modern world, and a billionaire-backed startup is trying to dig it up from beneath the dead Salton Sea. Could this new company finally beat the odds in California’s “graveyard for lithium extraction”?

That’s how founder David Snydacker characterizes the Imperial Valley, directly east of San Diego along the very southern edge of California. Snydacker’s group Lilac Solutions just received $20 million in funding from a venture capital firm specializing in energy, with marquee investors Jeff Bezos, Michael Bloomberg, and Bill Gates. Continue reading “Why Bill Gates and Mike Bloomberg Want to Dig Up Lithium from This Dead Sea”

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A Pennsylvania family is pleading with their school board to reconsider its policy on “threat assessments” for students, after their 6-year-old daughter with Down Syndrome was reported to police for pointing her finger like a gun.

Margot Gaines, a kindergartener at the Valley Forge Elementary School in Tredyffrin, Pennsylvania, made the gesture in November and told her teacher, “I shoot you,” according to her mother, Maggie.  Continue reading “A Pennsylvania school called police after a 6-year-old girl with Down Syndrome pointed her finger like a gun, her mother says”

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NBC reports that the state inspector general’s office bought ammunition, pistols, and other related equipment after a 2017 law passed.

Spotlight PA said that the law expanded the office’s ability to issue search warrants and subpoenas. Spotlight PA is a non-partisan, independent newsroom powered by The Philadelphia Inquirer in partnership with The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and PennLive.

A spokesperson for acting Inspector General Jonathan Hendrickson said that after the purchase was made, officials quickly realized that the law did not empower their investigators to carry firearms.  Continue reading “State Inspector General’s office spends $160k on weapons they can’t use”

New York Times – by Kashmir Hill

Until recently, Hoan Ton-That’s greatest hits included an obscure iPhone game and an app that let people put Donald Trump’s distinctive yellow hair on their own photos.

Then Mr. Ton-That — an Australian techie and onetime model — did something momentous: He invented a tool that could end your ability to walk down the street anonymously, and provided it to hundreds of law enforcement agencies, ranging from local cops in Florida to the F.B.I. and the Department of Homeland Security.

Continue reading “The Secretive Company That Might End Privacy as We Know It”

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Rudy Giuliani, the former mayor of New York and President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, told New York Magazine in an interview that he’s “more of a Jew” than George Soros, the billionaire philanthropist and Democratic activist.

“Don’t tell me I’m anti-Semitic if I oppose him,” Giuliani said. “Soros is hardly a Jew. I’m more of a Jew than Soros is. I probably know more about — he doesn’t go to church, he doesn’t go to religion — synagogue. He doesn’t belong to a synagogue, he doesn’t support Israel, he’s an enemy of Israel. He’s elected eight anarchist [district attorneys] in the United States. He’s a horrible human being.”  Continue reading “Rudy Giuliani insists he’s ‘more of a Jew’ than George Soros, who survived the Holocaust”


GREEN BAY – A Tuesday night incident involving alleged trespassing at a west-side church by two friends of former Green Bay Packers player Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila has prompted police to alert area schools about the men.

If Ryan DeSmith or Jordan Salmi “are observed on your school grounds, please notify the Green Bay Police Department,” the notice states. Police directed school officials to distribute the notice to all employees.  Continue reading “Police to schools: Be on the lookout for Gbaja-Biamila associates involved in disturbance outside church”

Time to pay off the witnesses and actors and make them sign NDA’s

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Just over two years ago, the deadliest mass shooting in US history left 58 people dead after a gunman sprayed bullets into a music festival crowd as he stood on the 32nd floor of a Las Vegas hotel.  Continue reading “Thousands of Las Vegas shooting victims will have to split an $800 million settlement. Now, 2 retired judges have to decide which victims deserve the most.”

Is there NOTHING they won’t try to inject their holocaustianity into?!

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In 2011, casting director and art curator Lenora Claire was living her best life. She’d already led several colorful lives, in fact, as an original Hot Topic model, child actress, radio and TV host, nightlife figure, performance artist, and entertainment journalist. And now her underground art gallery, Pop tART — which showcased exhibits like “Golden Gals Gone Wild” (erotic depictions of the Golden Girls) and “Bettie Page: Heaven Bound” — had just earned her a feature as one of Los Angeles’s most interesting people in L.A. Weekly’s annual best-of issue. But then that article attracted the attention of someone named Justin Massler — or “Cloud Starchaser,” as he is sometimes known — to Pop tART, and Claire’s life changed forever.  Continue reading “Victim-turned-advocate Lenora Claire’s warning about celebrity stalker: ‘He is going to kill somebody’”


NEWTON, N.J. — NEWTON, N.J. — New Jersey investigators were looking into a routine complaint from a woman who said her ex-boyfriend was harassing her, when they uncovered something far more dire: The 25-year-old man had stockpiled weapons and far-right propaganda and had talked about shooting up a hospital.

Two months later, New Jersey State Police responding to a crash in the same county discovered illegal assault weapons in the back seat of a car. Later, they found 17 more firearms, a grenade launcher and neo-Nazi paraphernalia in the driver’s home. Continue reading “New Jersey Grapples With Far-Right Extremism After Arrests”