Feds To States: Settle Syrians Or Face Civil Rights Penalties
The Obama administration on Wednesday reminded state officials across the country that states do not have legal authority to refuse to accept Syrian refugees, reports The Associated Press (AP)
ISIS Fighter Cries Like A Baby After Being Captured By Kurdish Forces
Dramatic footage has emerged online showing a suspected ISIS fighter crying after he was taken prisoner by Kurdish forces in Iraq.
Colorado Shooter: 'No More Baby Parts'
The man suspected of killing a police officer and two others during a siege at a Planned Parenthood clinic reportedly ranted no more baby parts after being taken into custody, two reports say
'Never Let A Good Crisis Go To Waste'
Obama Capitolizes On Planned Parenthood Shooting To Push His Gun Control Agenda
Commenting on last night’s shooting in Colorado, Obama again turned to gun control as the best solution to the horrific act, calling for the removal of guns from the streets
Latin America Hands Climate Bill To Rich World At Summit
Latin America will demand that the richest and most polluting countries foot the bill for reducing harmful emissions at the world climate summit starting Monday
Dutch Court to Rejected 'Refugees': Go Home or Starve
A Dutch high court on Thursday upheld a government policy of withholding food and shelter to rejected asylum-seekers who refuse to be repatriated, giving legal backing to one of Europe's toughest immigration policies.
CIA: We Should Not Bomb Certain ISIS Targets Because It May Harm Environment
Former CIA director Michael Morell said last week that, "we didn't go after oil wells, actually hitting oil wells that ISIS controls, because we didn't want to do environmental damage, and we didn't want to destroy that infrastructure."
Trump Protestor Booted By Raucous Crowd In F orida
A rally held by Donald Trump was again interrupted by a protester Saturday. A loud demonstrator was shouted down by the crowd and ejected from the crowd
'Muslim-Free Zone': Gun-Shop Owner Wins Case
A lawsuit filed by a Muslim activist organization against a Florida firearms retailer who posted a “Muslim Free Zone” sign has been dismissed and the case ordered closed because the statement was protected by the First Amendment
ReportSilicon Valley Professionals Are Taking LSD At Work To Increase Productivity
According to Rolling Stone, a growing number of people are experimenting with "microdoses" of psychedelics to help them work
Retired FBI Agent: Bureau Received ‘Stacks of Reports’ of Calls of Muslims Celebrating 9/11
Many of those calls, said Burkett, came from concerned and angry Americans reporting Muslim's celebrating over the destruction of the twin towers and damage to the Pentagon. The calls were logged...
Reading, Writing, And Sex
Wisconsin District Cancels Reading of Book About Transgender Girl
A southern Wisconsin school district has cancelled plans for elementary school students to read a children's book about a transgender girl after a group threatened to sue.
Overworked Navy At A Tipping Point
The Navy faces a crisis on the near horizon with too few ships, tired sailors and emerging global threats, leaving the Pentagon with no easy choices, a new study concludes
Stars and Stripes
Karl Rove Moves To Bankroll Ben Carson
Republican strategist Karl Rove may be moving to help bankroll Ben Carson in the presidential race. Reports say Rove helped to set up a meeting between Carson's campaign and billionaire Steve Wynn, but additional details were not immediately clear
Gold Prices Plummet To 6-Year Low
Due to what industry analysts say is a strengthening U.S. dollar, an expected rate hike from the Federal Reserve and an apparent Chinese stock market slump, the precious metal's prices temporarily fell to a longtime low of $1,051 an ounce
GOOGLE Deems Sanders Economic Plan a 'Phishing Scam'
Democratic presidential hopeful Bernard Sanders’ economic plan triggered Gmail’s “phishing scam” antenna, with the mail system saying the senator’s liberal campaign promises — including lower prescription drug prices and free college for all — sound like frauds
NSA to End (Replace) Bulk Phone Surveillance Program by Sunday
The U.S. National Security Agency will end its daily vacuuming of millions of Americans' phone records by Sunday and replace the practice with more tightly targeted surveillance methods, the Obama administration said on Friday.
Fate of ObamaCare Co-ops Uncertain After Half Collapse
The fate of a network of alternative “co-op” health plans started under ObamaCare remains uncertain going into 2016, after half of them collapsed amid deep financial problems.
55 Who Skirted Jury Duty In Ohio Murder Trial To Face Judge
An Ohio judge is demanding that 55 people who shirked jury duty in a high-profile murder case explain themselves or face contempt charges.
Switzerland Overwhelmingly Votes For Burqa Ban
Muslim women can no longer wear the full-body garment in shops, restaurants or public buildings and anyone caught flouting the ban could be struck with a £6,500 fine
Memo To Obama:
Sweden: 14,000 Illegal Immigrants Disappear Without Trace
More than 14,000 foreign nationals told to leave Sweden have instead gone underground, with police saying there is little they can do to enforce deportation orders
2703 Shootings, 440 Deaths Year-To-Date In Heavily Gun-Controlled Chicago
As of November 23, there had been 2703 shootings which resulted in 440 deaths year-to date in heavily gun-controlled Chicago. That is an increase of approximately 400 shootings over the same time last year
Daily Presidential Tracking Poll: 0bama Job Approval @47%
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll shows that 47% of Likely Voters at least somewhat approve of Obama's job performance. 52% disapprove
Keeping America Safe
FBI Announces It Will Start Tracking Animal Cruelty Crimes In 2016
The FBI has announced that starting next year it will be adding a new category to its crime statistics reporting and for the first time will begin tracking crimes of animal cruelty.
Keeping America Safe
Police Bust Weekly Mahjong Game Played By Elderly Women
Police in Florida busted a game of mahjong in Florida at a condominium clubhouse. The group accused of the crime: four women between the ages of 87 and 95.
Black Protester Beaten at Trump Rally Ready to Sue for Hate Crime
A black man who was physically attacked by Donald Trump supporters at a rally on Saturday said he is ready to pursue hate crime charges against those responsible.
'World's Sexiest Robot' Turns Heads At Tech Show
This is Android Geminoid F, an eerily lifelike humanoid which stole the show at the World Robot Exhibition in Beijing this week.
15 Essential Windows 10 Tips And Tricks You Need To Know
With Windows 10 Microsoft has brought in a raft of new features and tweaks, meaning that no matter if you're completely new to Windows or have upgraded from Windows 7 or 8.1, there's plenty of new features to brush up on
Young Hunter Gets 2 Deer In 1 Shot On 1st Hunt
A young hunter will have a hard time topping his first hunting experience -- after he managed to get two deer in one shot.
Bizarre Cases of People Who Spontaneously Ceased to Exist
Mysterious disappearances aren’t new....Yet, as bizarre as these cases may be, there seems to be an even stranger type of disappearance out there; people who vanish in full view of others