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In Kentucky a self-described “drone slayer” was arrested after shooting down a drone in his backyard. The man said that the drone was hovering over his teenage daughter, who was sunbathing. The criminal charges were later dismissed when witnesses testified that the drone was flying below the trees.
In 2014, a New Jersey man faced unlawful
This is true! Taxpayers are funding the lawyers defending President Trump’s receipt of business income from foreign governments while in office.
Shortly before taking office Trump announced that he would retain ownership of his company but leave it in control of his adult sons, Eric and Don Jr. All previous
After an Islamist terror attack that killed 22 people, including children, Ariana Grande will return to Manchester this Sunday for a huge benefit concert. Fifty people are still being treated in hospital, including 17 in critical care.
The “One Love Manchester” benefit concert will include other
In April 2017, Steve Stephens in Cleveland uploaded video of himself shooting and killing a 74-year-old grandfather. After he was done, the killer logged on to the social network to talk about his actions. Facebook claimed it took a long time for the video to be removed because users didn’t flag
This is false! While both terms basically refer to a person tasked with investigating legal breaches amid conflicts of interest in the government, different laws govern their appointment and operation.
On May 17, 2017, acting Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointed Robert Mueller Special Counsel to oversee the previously-confirmed
Yes! Those who publish or even repeat fake news stories can be sued in civil court for defamation.
Chobani Sues InfoWars for Fake News
Chobani, one of the most popular yogurt companies in America, claims that Alex Jones and Infowars intentionally pushed a false story that the company imported