Northern Irish Police: Journalist’s Murder Sign Of A ‘New Brand Of Terrorism’

Northern Irish police said a “new brand of terrorism” was responsible for the death of a well-respected journalist who was killed last week as they announced the arrest of two teenagers in connection with the killing.Twenty-nine year-old journali

Turpin sentencing: Abusive parents who shackled children to bed for 17 years are jailed

David and Louise Turpin, the parents of the 13 children who were found starved, abused, and shackled to beds in California, will be sentenced today.The couple were charged with 12 counts of torture, 7 counts of abuse of a dependent, 6 counts of child

The Army Passed on This Glock Gun (And It Could Be Your Gain)

The ultimate Glock? The Army may have chosen Sig Sauer’s P320 for its Modular Handgun System program over Glock’s offerings, but that doesn’t mean you have to: Glock plans on releasing a civilian variant of its 9mm Glock 19 pistol to civilian

The Army Passed on This Glock Gun (And It Could Be Your Gain)

The ultimate Glock? The Army may have chosen Sig Sauer’s P320 for its Modular Handgun System program over Glock’s offerings, but that doesn’t mean you have to: Glock plans on releasing a civilian variant of its 9mm Glock 19 pistol to civilian

Turpin sentencing: Abusive parents who shackled children to bed for 17 years are jailed

David and Louise Turpin, the parents of the 13 children who were found starved, abused, and shackled to beds in California, will be sentenced today.The couple were charged with 12 counts of torture, 7 counts of abuse of a dependent, 6 counts of child

Northern Irish Police: Journalist’s Murder Sign Of A ‘New Brand Of Terrorism’

Northern Irish police said a “new brand of terrorism” was responsible for the death of a well-respected journalist who was killed last week as they announced the arrest of two teenagers in connection with the killing.Twenty-nine year-old journali

The Conservatives Guide To Defeating The Swamp 2020

from Corey’s Digs: The post The Conservatives Guide To Defeating The Swamp 2020 appeared first on SGT Report.

The Conservatives Guide To Defeating The Swamp 2020

from Corey’s Digs: The post The Conservatives Guide To Defeating The Swamp 2020 appeared first on SGT Report.

Photos: US national parks you'll find in the middle of cities

From Boston to San Antonio, check out photos of US national parks you can visit right smack in the middle of cities.

Saving lives in Grand Teton National Park

The Jenny Lake Rangers at Grand Teton National Park save lives in some of the most rugged terrain in the national parks system.

US National Parks: Biggest, smallest, highest, lowest and more

Yellowstone, Yosemite and the entire country of Switzerland would fit inside the United States' largest national park, a 13.2 million-acre expanse in Alaska.

America's most popular national park is ... (not the Grand Canyon)

More than 318 million people visited the National Park Service sites around the United States in 2018, a nearly four percent decrease from approximately 331 million visits in 2017.

SE Cupp: This is the good news from the Mueller report

CNN's SE Cupp wonders what comes next now that special counsel Robert Mueller's redacted report has been released to the public.

SE Cupp: This is the good news from the Mueller report

CNN's SE Cupp wonders what comes next now that special counsel Robert Mueller's redacted report has been released to the public.

America's most popular national park is ... (not the Grand Canyon)

More than 318 million people visited the National Park Service sites around the United States in 2018, a nearly four percent decrease from approximately 331 million visits in 2017.

US National Parks: Biggest, smallest, highest, lowest and more

Yellowstone, Yosemite and the entire country of Switzerland would fit inside the United States' largest national park, a 13.2 million-acre expanse in Alaska.

Saving lives in Grand Teton National Park

The Jenny Lake Rangers at Grand Teton National Park save lives in some of the most rugged terrain in the national parks system.

Photos: US national parks you'll find in the middle of cities

From Boston to San Antonio, check out photos of US national parks you can visit right smack in the middle of cities.

Attorney General William Barr faces a political firestorm after release of the Mueller report

President Trump's new attorney general is facing sharp criticism for his handling of the release of the special counsel's final Trump-Russia report.

5 Times the Mueller Report Showed Trump and His Associates Didn't Tell the Truth

From the Trump Tower meeting to James Comey's firing

The Mueller Probe Made Them Famous. They Plan to Keep Cashing In

Over the course of Mueller's secretive two-year investigation, a mix of online sleuths, Twitter activists and former Trump aides have cashed in on America's obsession with the story.

The Mueller Probe Made Them Famous. They Plan to Keep Cashing In

Over the course of Mueller's secretive two-year investigation, a mix of online sleuths, Twitter activists and former Trump aides have cashed in on America's obsession with the story.

5 Times the Mueller Report Showed Trump and His Associates Didn't Tell the Truth

From the Trump Tower meeting to James Comey's firing

Attorney General William Barr faces a political firestorm after release of the Mueller report

President Trump's new attorney general is facing sharp criticism for his handling of the release of the special counsel's final Trump-Russia report.

Why was this car hidden away for 30 years?

If this car could talk, it would describe a road to fame with all the twists and turns of a Hollywood plot.

20 years after Columbine, I still ask, "Am I safe?"

The drop-off of my child at nursery school, the hug, the fear. The thought: This could be the last time. Immediately, I put that thought away. He is safe. The sounds of rumbling as I sit in my college lecture. The thought: People are running, how do

Congress should initiate impeachment proceedings against Trump

Congress should launch impeachment proceedings against Donald Trump for welcoming Russian interference in the 2016 election and trying to obstruct the Mueller investigation. Trump's high crimes and misdemeanors stare us in the face, and each day he r

Skeleton DNA reveals surprising backgrounds of Crusader soldiers

DNA from 13th century remains buried in a pit in Lebanon is shedding light on the lives of Crusader soldiers and how they mixed with the local population, a new study shows.

An interstellar meteor, Crusader DNA and water on the moon

This week, scientists discovered the interstellar origins of a meteor that crashed into Earth in 2014, and DNA was extracted from the bones of 13th-century soldiers who fought in the Crusades.

Will Smith joins Jaden Smith on stage at Coachella

Now this is a story all about how Coachella got flipped-turned upside down.

Michelle Williams and husband split

Michelle Williams and her husband, indie musician Phil Elverum, have split after less than a year of marriage.

Kim Kardashian: I don't want to be put into a box

Kim Kardashian tells CNN's Van Jones about her decision to become a lawyer and what she learned from her father.

Ax found near apartment where woman was partially decapitated

The partially decapitated body of a young woman was found early Saturday in a Brooklyn apartment where police also discovered a 4-year-old girl who was unharmed after her mother fled with lacerations on her head and body, according to a law enforceme

State senator slammed for saying nurses 'play cards' for 'considerable amount' of day

A Washington state senator has drawn the ire of nurses after remarks she made suggesting that nurses in smaller hospitals "probably play cards for a considerable amount of the day."

NY Times: Employees say Boeing's SC plant is plagued by shoddy production

Former and current employees at a Boeing plant in South Carolina that produces the company's 787 Dreamliner claim the factory is overrun by "shoddy production and weak oversight that have threatened to compromise safety" -- a revelation that surfaces

Mauled zookeeper in stable condition

A zookeeper is recovering in the hospital after she was attacked Saturday morning by a tiger at the Topeka, Kansas zoo.

Famous 'God Bless America' rendition banned over singer's racist past

Professional sports teams are banning Kate Smith's rendition of "God Bless America" after racist lyrics surfaced from the singer's past.

What to know about missing children in the US

Here is a look at missing children in the United States. There are several different types of missing children: runaways, family abductions, lost or "thrown away," and non-family abductions. Recent advances in technology, communications through publi

A missing California teenager is believed to be in the company of murder suspects

California authorities are searching for a teenager who was last seen in the company of her mother and a man -- both of whom are suspected of murder.

Parents of missing 5-year-old speak out amid speculation

The parents of a missing 5-year-old Illinois boy speak out after they say they last saw their son in the evening before he went to bed.

A 5-year-old boy is missing from home. Police don't think he walked away or was abducted

Investigators searching for a 5-year-old Illinois boy missing since at least Thursday are focusing on the family's residence, police said.

A 5-year-old boy is missing from home. Police don't think he walked away or was abducted

Investigators searching for a 5-year-old Illinois boy missing since at least Thursday are focusing on the family's residence, police said.

Parents of missing 5-year-old speak out amid speculation

The parents of a missing 5-year-old Illinois boy speak out after they say they last saw their son in the evening before he went to bed.

A missing California teenager is believed to be in the company of murder suspects

California authorities are searching for a teenager who was last seen in the company of her mother and a man -- both of whom are suspected of murder.

What to know about missing children in the US

Here is a look at missing children in the United States. There are several different types of missing children: runaways, family abductions, lost or "thrown away," and non-family abductions. Recent advances in technology, communications through publi

Famous 'God Bless America' rendition banned over singer's racist past

Professional sports teams are banning Kate Smith's rendition of "God Bless America" after racist lyrics surfaced from the singer's past.

Mauled zookeeper in stable condition

A zookeeper is recovering in the hospital after she was attacked Saturday morning by a tiger at the Topeka, Kansas zoo.

NY Times: Employees say Boeing's SC plant is plagued by shoddy production

Former and current employees at a Boeing plant in South Carolina that produces the company's 787 Dreamliner claim the factory is overrun by "shoddy production and weak oversight that have threatened to compromise safety" -- a revelation that surfaces

State senator slammed for saying nurses 'play cards' for 'considerable amount' of day

A Washington state senator has drawn the ire of nurses after remarks she made suggesting that nurses in smaller hospitals "probably play cards for a considerable amount of the day."

Ax found near apartment where woman was partially decapitated

The partially decapitated body of a young woman was found early Saturday in a Brooklyn apartment where police also discovered a 4-year-old girl who was unharmed after her mother fled with lacerations on her head and body, according to a law enforceme

Kim Kardashian: I don't want to be put into a box

Kim Kardashian tells CNN's Van Jones about her decision to become a lawyer and what she learned from her father.

Michelle Williams and husband split

Michelle Williams and her husband, indie musician Phil Elverum, have split after less than a year of marriage.

Will Smith joins Jaden Smith on stage at Coachella

Now this is a story all about how Coachella got flipped-turned upside down.

An interstellar meteor, Crusader DNA and water on the moon

This week, scientists discovered the interstellar origins of a meteor that crashed into Earth in 2014, and DNA was extracted from the bones of 13th-century soldiers who fought in the Crusades.

Researchers restore some function to brains of dead pigs, raising potential for human applications

A new experiment has raised medical and ethical questions as serious as those surrounding human gene editing: A support system delivering artificial blood to pig brains prevented degradation of important neural functions, Yale researchers discovered.

Skeleton DNA reveals surprising backgrounds of Crusader soldiers

DNA from 13th century remains buried in a pit in Lebanon is shedding light on the lives of Crusader soldiers and how they mixed with the local population, a new study shows.

Congress should initiate impeachment proceedings against Trump

Congress should launch impeachment proceedings against Donald Trump for welcoming Russian interference in the 2016 election and trying to obstruct the Mueller investigation. Trump's high crimes and misdemeanors stare us in the face, and each day he r

20 years after Columbine, I still ask, "Am I safe?"

The drop-off of my child at nursery school, the hug, the fear. The thought: This could be the last time. Immediately, I put that thought away. He is safe. The sounds of rumbling as I sit in my college lecture. The thought: People are running, how do

The real power of 'pulling a Beyonce'

One of the very few things that's certain about any Beyoncé announcement is that nothing is really certain. This was true of last week's reveal that Beychella -- the nickname fans have given to the megastar's history-making 2018 Coachella set -- wou

New plane wing could change aircraft design

Plane wings are traditionally strong, thick and sturdy but a team of researchers led by NASA has created a flexible wing that morphs as it flies.

Stunning photos show 'Black is Beautiful'

To some, Kwame Brathwaite was the "Keeper of the Images," capturing black creativity and expression in its purest and most candid of forms. Between the late 1950s and the late 1970s, the Brooklyn native made his career documenting the burgeoning blac

Why was this car hidden away for 30 years?

If this car could talk, it would describe a road to fame with all the twists and turns of a Hollywood plot.

Prodded by Putin, Russians Sought Back Channels to Trump Through the Business World

The Mueller report shows how Russia’s efforts to connect with the Trump team spun into high gear after the election as the Kremlin dispatched oligarchs and bankers to find inroads.

White House Memo: ‘I Do Not Remember’: Trump Gave a Familiar Reply to the Special Counsel’s Queries

President Trump has claimed that he has “one of the world’s greatest memories,” but that failed him repeatedly when answering questions from Robert Mueller.

A Darker Portrait Emerges of Trump’s Attacks on the Justice Department

The Mueller report showed that Justice Department leaders were more deeply under siege than previously known.

Mueller Witnesses Who Once Served in White House Now Fear Trump’s Ire

Witnesses whose accounts contributed to the Mueller report’s damaging portrait of the president are said to be concerned about his potential retaliation.

Times Insider: A Reader’s Guide to the Journalism Behind the Mueller Report

If some of the revelations in Robert S. Mueller III’s long-awaited report sound familiar, it’s because many of them were previously published by The New York Times and other news outlets.

Republicans Offer Health Care Bills to Protect Patients (and Themselves)

Congressional Republicans say they fully support protections for people with pre-existing conditions, but their bills would provide less protection than the Affordable Care Act.

Should a White Man Be the Face of the Democratic Party in 2020?

Interviews with several dozen Democrats show how the party, which enjoyed 2018 victories powered by female and nonwhite candidates, is grappling with questions about race and gender in the Trump era.

On Politics: The Biggest Stories of the Week

It’s been a busy week in American politics. Here are some of the stories you might have missed.

Judge Delivers Major Setback to Trump Policy to Increase Coal Mining on Federal Land

The Interior Department acted illegally when it sought to lift an Obama-era moratorium on coal mining on public lands, a court found.

Giuliani Attacks McGahn’s Account to Mueller

President Trump’s personal lawyer said statements about Mr. Trump from the president’s former White House counsel were inaccurate.

Florida Man Charged in Racist Threats Against Cory Booker and Rashida Tlaib

The man, John J. Kless, of Florida, made phone calls laced with slurs to the lawmakers, and to another member of Congress in California, on April 16, according to court records.

Reaction to Mueller Report Divides Along Partisan Lines

In an era of deep polarization, Mr. Mueller’s 448-page report quickly became yet another case study in the disparate realities of American politics.

News Analysis: Mueller’s Silence Allowed Openings for Trump and Barr to Shape Perception of Inquiry

The special counsel has been absent in public and silent about the case, insulating his office from accusations of leaks but allowing the president and his allies to shape expectations.

Sanders’s ‘Slip of the Tongue’ Would Be a Problem in Some White Houses. Not Trump’s.

Unlike previous administrations, where officials feared blows to their credibility in public, President Trump’s press aides are generally performing for an audience of one — the president.

The False Claim Sanders Made About Comey and the F.B.I.

The Mueller report revealed that Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary, made false statements in 2017 related to President Trump’s firing of James Comey as F.B.I. director.

Elizabeth Warren Calls for Impeachment Process Against Trump

She called for the Democratic-led House to begin an impeachment effort based on evidence that Mr. Trump attempted to undermine the special counsel’s inquiry.

The Mueller Report Has Finally Arrived. Ask Us About Our Coverage.

We’ve spent nearly three years covering the Mueller investigation and the Trump-Russia ties. What would you like to know about the back story?

Joe Biden Begins Taking Money for a 2020 Presidential Campaign

Major Democratic donors in Pennsylvania and California are soliciting big checks for Joe Biden, who is expected to launch his 2020 campaign next week.

Joe Biden Begins Taking Money for a 2020 Presidential Campaign

Major Democratic donors in Pennsylvania and California are soliciting big checks for Joe Biden, who is expected to launch his 2020 campaign next week.

The Mueller Report Has Finally Arrived. Ask Us About Our Coverage.

We’ve spent nearly three years covering the Mueller investigation and the Trump-Russia ties. What would you like to know about the back story?

Elizabeth Warren Calls for Impeachment Process Against Trump

She called for the Democratic-led House to begin an impeachment effort based on evidence that Mr. Trump attempted to undermine the special counsel’s inquiry.

The False Claim Sanders Made About Comey and the F.B.I.

The Mueller report revealed that Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary, made false statements in 2017 related to President Trump’s firing of James Comey as F.B.I. director.

Sanders’s ‘Slip of the Tongue’ Would Be a Problem in Some White Houses. Not Trump’s.

Unlike previous administrations, where officials feared blows to their credibility in public, President Trump’s press aides are generally performing for an audience of one — the president.

News Analysis: Mueller’s Silence Allowed Openings for Trump and Barr to Shape Perception of Inquiry

The special counsel has been absent in public and silent about the case, insulating his office from accusations of leaks but allowing the president and his allies to shape expectations.

Reaction to Mueller Report Divides Along Partisan Lines

In an era of deep polarization, Mr. Mueller’s 448-page report quickly became yet another case study in the disparate realities of American politics.

Florida Man Charged in Racist Threats Against Cory Booker and Rashida Tlaib

The man, John J. Kless, of Florida, made phone calls laced with slurs to the lawmakers, and to another member of Congress in California, on April 16, according to court records.

Giuliani Attacks McGahn’s Account to Mueller

President Trump’s personal lawyer said statements about Mr. Trump from the president’s former White House counsel were inaccurate.

Judge Delivers Major Setback to Trump Policy to Increase Coal Mining on Federal Land

The Interior Department acted illegally when it sought to lift an Obama-era moratorium on coal mining on public lands, a court found.

On Politics: The Biggest Stories of the Week

It’s been a busy week in American politics. Here are some of the stories you might have missed.

Should a White Man Be the Face of the Democratic Party in 2020?

Interviews with several dozen Democrats show how the party, which enjoyed 2018 victories powered by female and nonwhite candidates, is grappling with questions about race and gender in the Trump era.

Republicans Offer Health Care Bills to Protect Patients (and Themselves)

Congressional Republicans say they fully support protections for people with pre-existing conditions, but their bills would provide less protection than the Affordable Care Act.

Times Insider: A Reader’s Guide to the Journalism Behind the Mueller Report

If some of the revelations in Robert S. Mueller III’s long-awaited report sound familiar, it’s because many of them were previously published by The New York Times and other news outlets.

Mueller Witnesses Who Once Served in White House Now Fear Trump’s Ire

Witnesses whose accounts contributed to the Mueller report’s damaging portrait of the president are said to be concerned about his potential retaliation.

A Darker Portrait Emerges of Trump’s Attacks on the Justice Department

The Mueller report showed that Justice Department leaders were more deeply under siege than previously known.


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