Monthly Archives: April 2017
The Pentagon is investigating whether two US Army Rangers were killed by friendly fire from Afghan commandos they were accompanying during a raid, officials said Friday.
Rimasauskas impersonated Quanta Computer, Fortune’s investigation revealed. Over two years, Rimasauskas convinced the accounting departments of both Facebook and Google to make transfers of over $100 million, which were then stashed in banks in Eastern Europe. The man says he didn’t do it.
President Trump has largely eroded America’s trust in the national political media during his first few months in the White House, according to a new poll.
The Justice Department investigated a now-defunct Vermont college once run by Bernie Sanders’ wife, it was reported Thursday.
President Donald Trump spoke on Friday at the National Rifle Association’s Leadership Forum, where he told the audience that he and his administration would be a “true friend” to gun owners across America.
The White House is considering David Clarke, the sheriff of Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, for a position at the Department of Homeland Security, three people familiar with the administration’s planning told POLITICO.
Congress has approved a bill that will temporarily avoid the possibility that the government will shut down.
Slate took then-presidential candidate Mitt Romney to task in early 2012 over his claim that $360,000 in speaking fees in one year was “not very much.” Five-plus years later, the liberal website is now brushing off the one-time, $400,000 speaking fee former President Barack Obama is receiving from investment bank Cantor Fitzgerald.
On the heels of major shakeups at the Fox News Network, an alternative conservative network is being actively discussed amongst conservative fat cats.
A man and a woman have been arrested in Waterford City on suspicion of being involved in Islamic-related terrorist activity. The pair, both in their 20s, was arrested this morning as part of an ongoing intelligence operation by gardaí in the city. (FULL ARTICLE)