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Rhode Island Man Threatened to ‘Eradicate’ All Democrats, Eat Pro-Choice Professor: Feds
The Daily Beast
‘I will kill every Democrat in the world,’ Matthew Haviland, 30, allegedly wrote in one message. A friend says he has grown angry over how the media treats Trump.
In Push for 2020 Election Security, Top Official Was Warned: Don’t Tell Trump
As homeland security secretary, Kirstjen Nielsen became increasingly worried about Russian attempts to influence the 2020 election. But she couldn’t discuss it at high-level White House meetings.
Militia leader allegedly told FBI they were training to assassinate Obama, Hillary Clinton
Larry Hopkins, whose militia has been detaining migrants near the U.S.-Mexico border, is charged with felony possession of a firearm
Navy SEALs Were Warned Against Reporting Their Chief for War Crimes
The Navy investigation of a highly decorated platoon leader who now faces court-martial found a subculture that prized aggression and protected wrongdoers.
FBI arrests Trenton police officer at TPD headquarters in excessive force investigation
TRENTON — City police officer Drew Inman was arrested Tuesday morning by the FBI as part of an investigation targeting former and current officers over allegations of use of excessive
Donald Trump Will Need to Hand over His Tax Returns
The lawsuit he just filed in an effort to avoid doing so is frivolous.
Charges dropped for University of Arizona students who protested Border Patrol
The Pima County Justice Court website shows hearings for the students were vacated after motions to dismiss the charges were granted on Friday.
Easter Bunny throws punches in downtown Orlando brawl
An Orlando police officer had to step in and break up a fight involving a person dressed as the Easter Bunny.
She spent a week in jail. Lost her job and her kids. Then, all charges were dropped
Ashley Foster is free, but a case of mistaken identity had her in jail for 7 days, her kids taken away from her, job lost, then all charges dropped.
Sri Lanka Bombings at Churches and Hotels Said to Kill Almost 200
The sites targeted included three churches celebrating Easter Mass and three high-end hotels in Colombo, the capital.
How Founding Fathers Defined 'Traitors' And 'Treason'
Members of the press and politicians from opposite sides of the aisle have publicly called Edward Snowden a traitor. Some have even suggested that his actions amount to treason.
Seems an apt time to remember that the Founders wisely defined "treason" very narrowly.
Florida Man Arrested for Threatening Rep. Eric Swalwell, Two Other Members of Congress
Authorities say a Florida man left threatening rants about gun control, illegal immigration, homosexuals, black people and Muslims for three Democratic members of Congress.
Trump poll numbers remain strong in Florida
Ken White on the Mueller report with Left, Right & Center
Ken joined Josh Barro on this week's Left, Right & Center episode to discuss the Mueller report with Rich Lowry and Christine Emba
The Mueller report is out
Even with redactions, there’s plenty to discuss
Donald Trump Is Weak and Afraid—The Mueller Report Proves It
The President is not the man his supporters think he is, writes David French
Legal Talk Network
Legal Talk Network
Steven Zansberg talks about gag orders and how far judges can go to restrict the dissemination of case information.
There's a new episode of Make No Law, but since I'm in trial hell, the good folks at
did all the real work themselves. I'm just the eye candy.
I get one last Lent with my Mami. I'm using it to learn our family's capirotada recipe
Writer Gustavo Arellano learns his family's capirotada recipe on the eve of his mother's death from ovarian cancer
What Will Really Matter in the Mueller Report
The public will be looking for salacious details on collusion. But the most important legal questions all have to do with obstruction.
License no longer required to blow dry, shampoo or style hair in Arizona
Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation repealing licensing requirements for people providing “dry bar” services that don’t include applying chemicals or cutting hair.
Facebook says it 'unintentionally uploaded' 1.5 million people's email contacts without their consent
Facebook says that the new privacy issue stemmed from a code change circa May 2016.
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