Monthly Archives: June 2018

HEAD OF DEMOCRATIC PARTY HIT WITH FEDERAL CHARGES – HAULED OUT IN HANDCUFFS

The head of Alabama’s Democratic Party recently found herself in hot water when she was indicted for several felonies and misdemeanors. Right Wing News reported that Nancy Worley was stunned when she was taken away in handcuffs and locked up at Montgomery County Jail. She was finally arrested after the head Democrat was …

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Angry Migrant Sow Woman Taking Photos, People Horrified When He Kills Her

While on vacation, an American woman decided to stop and take photos in an eastern suburb of Paris, France. Unfortunately, an angry migrant noticed what she was doing and began to approach her. Several onlookers quickly spotted the man and were left immediately horrified by what he did next. A …

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Should kids be allowed to play with toy guns? Photos of Prince George spark debate

On Sunday, members of the British royal family enjoyed the outdoors at the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy in England. Duchess Kate, Prince George and Princess Charlotte camped out on the grass to watch Prince William play in the charity game. As kids do, the prince and princess were more interested in playing than watching …

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With Donald Trump in his corner, Diamondbacks’ Clay Buchholz back to his old ways

PHOENIX — Clay Buchholz, talking quietly about his friend in the Arizona Diamondbacks clubhouse, slowly raises his index finger to his mouth, and in a soft whisper, says, “Shhh!’’ “I don’t want to say that too loudly around here,’’ Buchholz says, breaking into a sly grin. “Gotta be a little …

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Russia vows consequences after Norway invites more U.S. Marines

OSLO (Reuters) – Russia vowed on Thursday to retaliate for a plan by Norway to more than double the number of U.S. Marines stationed there. Oslo announced on Tuesday that it would ask the United States, its NATO ally, to send 700 Marines to train in Norway from 2019, against …

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One year later, Britain remembers Grenfell Tower fire, London’s deadliest tragedy since World War II

LONDON – A nationwide silence across the United Kingdom on Thursday marked the first anniversary of the deadliest tragedy in the country’s capital since World War II. Seventy-two people died after a ferocious blaze broke out at Grenfell Tower, a social housing high-rise apartment block, on the night of June 14, 2017. …

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Trump returns salute of North Korean general at summit, state media footage reveals

Washington (CNN)Newly released video footage from North Korean state media shows President Donald Trump returning a salute to a North Korean military general during this week’s summit in Singapore, an extraordinary display of respect from a US president to a top officer of a hostile regime. In the military, returning …

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