Thousands March In Saint Paul After Philando Castile Verdict

June 17, 2017

… chanted No justice, no peace, prosecute the police, Hands up, dont shoot, and, later, Yanez, guilty! as they marched down University Avenue in Saint Paul, according to local reporters. More From this publisher : HERE Recommended ProductsSales Like Hot Cakes Advance Membership TURNKEY AMAZON + SHOPIFY SYSTEM: The Ultimate Step-By-Step Crash Course to get you from ZERO to $47,812 per month: All the TOOLS you need + A Team of Professionals ready to Guide You All the way to SUCCESSWEB …

Read More >>

Japan Passes Law Allowing Emperor Akihito To Abdicate

June 10, 2017

… in 200 years, reminding me once again of how important an issue this is for the foundation of our nation, its long history, and its future, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told reporters after the vote. The abdication, the first since 1817, appears to have support among the general population, who view it as a sign of changing times. People live much longer these days. I think while on the one hand it pains him not to be able to carry out his duties properly, he may also wonder why he should have …

Read More >>

Journalist Arrested During D.C. Protest Faces 75 Years In Prison

June 7, 2017

… forward to his continued good work in his new home in Santa Fe. Earlier this year, the reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press sent a letter to acting U.S. Attorney Channing Phillips, who is overseeing the case, questioning the charges and declaring that being near a newsworthy event is no crime for anyone, reporters included. If convicted on all charges, Cant could be sentenced to up to 75 years, according to The Monitor newspaperin his native Rio Grande Valley in Texas. He is …

Read More >>

Gulf States In Diplomatic Crisis As Multiple Countries Cut Ties With Qatar

June 6, 2017

… withdrew their ambassadors from Doha, again alleging Qatari support for militant groups. At that time, travel links were maintained and Qataris were not expelled. The diplomatic broadside threatens the international prestige of Qatar, which hosts a large U.S. military base and is set to host the 2022 World Cup. It has for years presented itself as a mediator and power broker for the regions many disputes. U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told reporters in Sydney on Monday that the spat …

Read More >>

Scott Pelley Reportedly Axed From ‘CBS Evening News’

May 31, 2017

The New York Post, which broke the story on Tuesday evening, saidPelley will remain with the networkat 60 Minutes. There is no word yet on who will replace him, but CBS Money is reporting that senior national correspondent Anthony Mason will likely fill infor now. Scott has it all. He has the experience, the credibility and he is among the very best reporters ever to work at CBS News, Jeff Fager, who was then chairman of CBS News, said in a statement at the time. We like to think of CBS …

Read More >>

News anchor tracks down meteorologist’s lost earring live on-air

reporters don’t just broadcast the news sometimes they happen to make the news via on-air bloopers. And when they do, well, we relish in the hilarious results. 6ABC meteorologist Cecily Tynan suffered a minor wardrobe malfunction when her earring popped off while reporting the weather. Although she was a bit rattled because she “really liked that earring,” she continued the broadcast like a seasoned champ. SEE ALSO: These news anchors’ mortifying bloopers are the …

May 25, 2017
Read More >>

Oklahoma Cop Who Killed Unarmed Black Man Found Not Guilty Of Manslaughter

… police with their guns pointed at Crutcher as he calmly walked toward his car with his hands above his head. Her attorneys claimed she feared Crutcher wasunder the influence of PCP, a hallucinogenic drug. Policefound PCP in Crutchers car, and an autopsy report later revealed that Crutcher had the drug in his system at the time of his death. Crutchers twin sister Tiffany told reporters after the shooting that he was a father who was just trying to make his family proud. During the trial, …

May 18, 2017
Read More >>

Trump Fired The FBI Chief. Now An FBI Veteran Is Hired To Probe The Trump Team

… husband does not shake his confidence in Mueller. Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah), chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, cheered the selection of Mueller on Twitter. Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.) told reporters that the appointment was the right move. The U.S. attorney in Manhattan who was fired by Trump in March, Preet Bharara, said Mueller is independent and no-nonsense. Eric Holder, who was an attorney general in the Obama administration, called Mueller a …

May 18, 2017
Read More >>