By Ralph Ellis, CNN Story highlights Mohamed Elshinawy, 30, of Edgewood, Maryland, was arrested Friday, authorities say FBI says he received $8,700 from people he thought were connected to ISIS for “nefarious purposes” (CNN)A Maryland man has been accused of receiving almost $9,000 to finance a terrorist attack in the United States, the FBI said
By Evan Perez and Dana Ford, CNN Story highlights Tashfeen Malik advocated jihad in messages on social media Her comments were made under a pseudonym and with strict privacy settings Authorities are working to trace the electronic trail of Malik and her husband (CNN)Tashfeen Malik advocated jihad in messages on social media, but her comments
By Ralph Ellis, CNN Story highlights Counterclaim accuses seven women of making “malicious, opportunistic, and false and defamatory accusations” More than 40 women have accused Bill Cosby of sexually assaulting them (CNN)Bill Cosby has struck back against some of the dozens of women who’ve accused him of sexual assault. The world-famous comedian countersued seven women
By Theodore Schleifer, CNN Story highlights Ted Cruz has overtaken Donald Trump in recent Iowa polls Neither man is the favorite of the Republican establishment but they are pulling away from the other contenders Watch the CNN Republican debate Tuesday, December 15 at 6:00 p.m. ET and 8:30 p.m. ET. (CNN)Call it the Republican establishment’s
(CNN)The San Bernardino, California, mass shooting is now being investigated as “an act of terrorism,” FBI official David Bowdich said Friday. Bowdich said the FBI “uncovered evidence … of extreme planning.” He said some phone conversations between at least one of the shooters and other people are being investigated. The announcement means the FBI has
Per accounts from the President To promote prejudice for the Muslim people in the United States will help strengthen ISIS propaganda. What I have said before is now being told with logic and reason from the president. The more we fight the idea of refugees seeking asylum in this country. We must only realize this
Michigan is allegedly parting ways with prison food vendor Aramark by “mutual agreement” and moving to a new contractor, Trinity Services Group, the state announced today.
Jen Hobbs According to Lansing State Journal, a transition will begin on July 29 for a new contractor to provide prison food to inmates on Sept. 9 — that’s “three months shy of the two-year mark of Aramark’s three-year, $145-million contract with the state of Michigan.” Why is the State of Michigan ending its contract with Aramark? The Free Press, using the
NPR reports “President Obama has commuted the sentences of 46 mostly nonviolent drug offenders, nearly all of whom, the White House says, would have already served their time if they were convicted of the same crime today.”
Jen Hobbs Obama has now issued close to 90 commutations to mostly non-violent offenders. Last year the president commuted the sentences of eight people. Here are the 46 people whose sentences Obama commuted today, and according to NPR, most of these people faced at least 20 years behind bars and 14 of them had been prepared to spend the rest
Off The Grid Bernies definitely got momentum. The question is, can Bernie keep it going for another year and a half and take the democratic nomination from those lining Hillarys pockets? It’s possible Bernie could win all the elections and still not get the nomination from the Democratic Party because, technically, hes still an Independent. He just joined
Off The Grid The United States government and five other countries – Britain, France, Russia, Germany and China – are entering final negotiations today with Iran in Vienna, Austria. The deal’s aim: to prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons. The deal imposes restrictions on Iran’s nuclear program and allows for outside inspections to ensure the country is meeting
Following the controversy over the Confederate Flag, as well as the continuing debate over the R*dskins symbol, one historian reportedly looks at the Saints’ logo, the fleur de lis, as a symbol reminiscent of slavery.
Off The Grid From our friends at The Global Dispatch, one slave historian allegedly has expressed concerns over the NFL’s New Orleans Saints’ logo: As an African I find it painful, and I think people whose ancestors were enslaved here may feel it even harder than I do as an African, said slave historian Dr. Ibrahima Seck
Vigilant viewers, I know youve heard a lot about my defamation case against the American Sniper book. Again, I cant thank my supporters enough. Unfortunately its come to my attention that Big Media is not only after me, but they are also after you, and your rights as a citizen of the United States.
Off The Grid As everyone knows, I won a defamation lawsuit against Chris Kyle and the American Sniper book and I won $1.84 million: $500,000 for defamation and $1.3 million in unjust enrichment, because the estate had made nearly $6 million off of this book. The truth came out; the story was a lie to