A Different Kind Of Diversity To The Supreme Court:
President-elect Donald Trump is making one thing clear about the Supreme Court: He wants to do more than just solidify the conservative bent on the bench.
Lady Gaga Reveals She Has PTSD:
Lady Gaga made a powerful announcement to a group of young LGBT people in New York — she suffers from post traumatic stress disorder.
What Was Oakland’s Ghost Ship?:
As far as city officials in Oakland, California, were concerned, the dilapidated two-story structure at 1305 31st Avenue with the cracked, rusting facade was a warehouse in disrepair.
Judge Declares Mistrial In Michael Slager Trial:
A South Carolina prosecutor vowed Monday to retry a white former police officer charged with killing an unarmed black motorist in North Charleston after the jury failed to reach a verdict following 22 hours of deliberation.
Sue Over Fake News? Not So Fast:
The latest controversy involving so-called fake news has left many wondering why websites that publish patently false statements on the Internet have not been prosecuted or sued for money damages. The short answer is that under existing law such lawsuits are practically impossible. And, ugly as these sites can be, it may be better that way.
The arrest of Edgar Maddison Welch of Salisbury, North Carolina, on a charge of assault with a deadly weapon has brought the issue front and center in a Washington criminal case. Welch was reportedly inspired by bizarre “pizzagate” postings that have been popping up on various Internet sites falsely alleging that the Hillary Clinton campaign, and campaign manager John Podesta, were somehow linked to a child pornography ring operating out of a Washington pizza shop.
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