Golfer Tiger Woods was arrested early Monday morning on suspicion of driving under the influence. Around 3 o’clock on Memorial Day, the athlete was arrested and booked into a local Jupiter, FL, jail. Woods was released after several hours on his own recognizance and without having to post any bond. According to CNN, there are
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s words Sunday indicate what may begin a gradual parting of ways between Europe and the United States. Speaking at a campaign event in Munich, Merkel said her recent interactions with Donald Trump have shown her that Europe can no longer “completely” rely on America and its other longstanding allies. “The times
The Trump administration suffered another embarrassing legal defeat on Thursday, after a panel of judges upheld a halt on the President’s revised travel ban. The controversial executive order – widely regarded and derided as a ‘Muslim ban’ – was indefinitely halted by a district court in March. Judge Derrick Watson, of Hawaii, had blocked the
Warning: featured video may be disturbing. Viewer discretion is advised. The family of Michael Sabbie is suing the for-profit prison which ignored his pleas for help. In July of 2015, Sabbie was booked into the Bi-State Jail along the Oklahoma-Arkansas border. He’d had an argument with his wife, Teresa, about money. The police were called
Republicans in the House and Senate have introduced identical bills, both entitled the Back the Blue Act of 2017. Under the guise of protecting law enforcement officers from assault and any variety of criminal mischief and mayhem, the implications of Back the Blue are severe. If the Act passes as proposed, killing or conspiring to
Republican representatives passed a measure on Wednesday that would rescind EPA restrictions on the use of pesticides near water. The House vote ran along party lines, culminating in the passage of the Reducing Regulatory Burdens Act of 2017. Blessed with a name that might sound innocuous to the uninitiated, the bill’s sole intent is gouging
Beleagured network Fox News filed a motion in U.S. District Court Wednesday, asking judges to throw out a lawsuit brought by former on-air personality Andrea Tantaros. Tantaros, who accused the late Roger Ailes of sexual harassment, filed the suit in April. She claims Fox is behind an online conspiracy, the aim of which is to
The Islamic State claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing in Manchester which took place last night. City police officials believe the attacker was Salman Abedi, although the local coroner hasn’t yet been able to confirm an identity. Law enforcement has moved quickly in pursuing any of Abedi’s potential accomplices, staging raids on two separate residences
Speaking and shaking hands in Riyadh, Donald Trump kicked off the opening days of his state trip overseas by participating in a traditional sword dance, clasping an ominous ball of light, and signing a massive, multi-billion dollar arms deal. In an unusual move, the commander-in-chief opted to take his first trip abroad away from the
The University of Iowa announced on Friday it would pay $6.5 million to settle sexual discrimination lawsuits brought against it by two former employees. Iowa’s longtime senior associate athletic director, Jane Meyer, and her partner, women’s field hockey coach Tracey Griesbaum, filed the suits following Griesbaum’s firing in 2014. Both women cited Griesbaum’s controversial termination
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