A Wall Street Journal Editor who was investigating how a Russian Pharmaceutical firm could have been purchased in 2014 by an American Pharmaceutical firm while Sanctions against Russia existed against such business transactions, has been found dead in his New York City apartment. The crux of the dead journalists investigation was how then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton influenced the transaction to be finalized, but only AFTER her husband Bill was paid $500,000 for giving a speech in Moscow.Add a comment
When an angry woman confronted New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio earlier this week, the controversial mayor scurried away like a coward.Add a comment
Joseph Rago, a Pulitzer Prize winning editorial writer at The Wall Street Journal who was known for his richly reported pieces and influence on policy makers, was found dead Thursday evening at his home in Manhattan. He was 34 years old.Add a comment
John Heard, known for his memorable roles in the "Home Alone" movies and "The Sopranos," died on Friday, the Santa Clara County medical examiner’s office confirms.Add a comment
The lawyer for the co-founder of Fusion GPS, the firm that compiled a dossier on president Trump's activities in Russia has informed the Senate Judiciary Committee that his client, Glenn Simpson, would invoke his 5th Amendment rights rather than testify.Add a comment
U.S. immigration agents are set to launch nationwide raids to arrest teenagers who entered the country without guardians and are suspected gang members, as part of President Donald Trump's crackdown on illegal immigrants. The raids, targeting teenagers 16 and 17-years-old, will begin on Sunday and continue through Wednesday.Add a comment
As the threat of nuclear war creeps ever closer amid the rising tensions between North Korea and the US, Hawaii is preparing its residents for a missile attack.
The campaign, by Aloha State's Emergency Management Agency, will involve regular Cold War-style evacuation drills for schools on the Hawaiian islands.
An emergency siren will also be tested, along with public announcements that state: 'Get inside, stay inside, and stay tuned."
The siren will sound on the first work day of every month.Add a comment