Russians 'Barrel Roll' Over Another U.S. Air Force Plane
A Russian SU-27 conducted a "barrel roll" Friday over the top of a U.S. Air Force RC-135 which was flying a reconnaissance mission in international airspace above the Baltic Sea, two U.S. defense officials told CNN.
Trump Honors Families Of Those Killed By Illegals
At a rally Thursday night in Orange County, CA, Donald Trump was joined on stage by Jamiel Shaw, whose son was murdered by an illegal alien in 2008, and other members of the Remembrance Project.
Real Clear Politics
Sound and Fury:)
Rioters Rage Outside Trump Rally In California
Hundreds of demonstrators descended on the California Republican Convention Friday to protest Donald Trump ahead of his speech there - some of whom wore bandanas over their faces and carried Mexican flags while stomping on cars and hurling rocks at motorists
Los Angeles Times
More Democrat Voters
AG Lynch Calls For Expanded Rights for Felons
Virginia and Maryland may not be the only states to restore voting rights to convicted felons this election cycle. If the Obama administration has anything to do with it, “justice involved individuals” will have expanded economic, educational, and civic opportunities throughout the U.S.
ISIS Hackers Release Hit List of 3,600 Ordinary New Yorkers
A group of ISIS linked hackers have released an online hit list of 3,000 New York residents and urged terrorists to target them
Obama Makes 'Smart Guns' Push
Obama announced new steps Friday to ostensibly help curb gun violence, including by identifying the requirements that "smart guns" would have to meet for law enforcement agencies to buy and use them as well as sharing mental health records with the federal background check system
Target's Stock Down 5 Percent After Endorcing New Bathroom Rules
Target’s stock price and its favorability among shoppers are crashing as the public rebukes the retail giant for ignoring their vigorous protest against mixed-sex changing rooms and bathrooms
Senate Confirms First Female Officer For Warfighting Command
By voice vote late Thursday, the Senate approved Gen. Lori Robinson to be commander of U.S. Northern Command. The command is responsible for preventing attacks against the United States.
GOP Hits Lowest Approval Rating Since 1992
Currently 33% of the public has a favorable impression of the Republican Party, while 62% have an unfavorable view. Unfavorable opinions of the GOP are now as high as at any point since 1992
Supreme Court Denies Bid To Block Texas Voter ID Law
Texas' controversial voter identification law will remain in effect, possibly through November's elections, after the Supreme Court on Friday denied an emergency request from a coalition of Latino advocacy groups and Democratic lawmakers who say the measure is discriminatory
Indigenous Peoples' Day Will Replace Columbus Day On Evanston's Calendar
Evanston is joining a number of other cities, teaming with the Mitchell Museum of the American Indian to replace Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples' Day on the city's celebration calendar later this year.
Voting With Their Pocketbooks:)
One Million Americans Vow To Boycott Target Over Transgender Bathrooms
More than one million people have decided they will no longer buy their Nutter Butters or Wet Wipes at Target.
Atlantic City, America’s Worst-Rated Town, Stares at Default
Atlantic City has so little money left that it could miss a $1.8 million bond payment due Sunday, a step that would make it the first New Jersey municipality to default on debt since the Great Depression.
Wall Street Journal
Activists Behind Planned Parenthood Videos Reject Plea Deals
Two anti-abortion activists arrested in connection with making undercover Planned Parenthood videos are rejecting plea deals offering them probation.
Maine To Vote on Marijuana Legalization in November
Maine officials announced on Wednesday that the Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol had garnered enough signatures to place the initiative on the ballot this Novembe
More Phony Climate 'Data'
Now NSIDC Caught Tampering With Climate Records
You’ve read about the climate fraud committed ‘on an unbelievable scale’ by the shysters at NASA. You’ve read about how NOAA overestimated US warming by 50 percent. Now it’s NSIDC’s turn to be caught red-handed fiddling the data and cooking the books.
Rush: Trump Attacks on Hillary Will Be 'Orgasmic'
Americans are tired of seeing Bill and Hillary Clinton get away with scandal after scandal and can't wait for Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump unload on her in the general election, says conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh
Half of Conservatives Now Say Climate Change Is Real
The percentage of conservative Republicans who consider global warming a threat shot up 19 points in two years, to 47 percent, according to public opinion researchers at Yale University and George Mason University
Judge Rules Seattle Trash Inspections Unconstitutional
A controversial Seattle ordinance that allowed city workers to inspect people's trash -- as part of an effort to stop residents from throwing food scraps in the wrong pile -- was ruled unconstitutional on Wednesday.
Oregon County Erects 'In God We Trust' Plaque After Debate
The commissioners approved the sign after a February public hearing in which 300 residents expressed their support, either in-person or in writing. Vastly outnumbered opponents said the sign would violate separation of church and state laws.
Another Hate Crime Hoax On Campus
In mid-April, Salisbury University students reported finding a picture of a noose drawn on a whiteboard along with the hashtag "whitepower" and a racial slur. Emails sent out by the university's president pledged to find out who was behind the "act of intolerance."
UN 'Climate Scientists' Warns Moviegoers to Shun Climate Skeptic Film
Leading climate activists are warning moviegoers to shun the May 2nd nationwide one-day theater screening of “Climate Hustle,” a new film debunking climate alarmism and its big government solutions.
Rasmussen: Trump 38%, Clinton 38%
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are again tied up in a head-to-head matchup. The survey of 1,000 Likely Voters was conducted on April 25-26, 2016 by Rasmussen Reports. The margin of sampling error is +/- 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence.
Over Half of Prince's Estate Will Go to the Govt
It appears that the pop star Prince may have died without a will, leaving behind a multi-million dollar and growing estate. Although Prince has one full sister and five half-siblings, Prince’s family members will not be his biggest heirs.
Radisson Hotel Chain Is Latest U.S. Giant to Be Snapped Up By Chinese
A unit of Chinese conglomerate HNA Group has agreed to buy Carlson Hotels, which owns brands including Radisson and Country Inns and Suites, the latest in a flurry of overseas investments by Chinese companies
Trooper Wowed By Wooden Car On Nebraska Highway
A Nebraska trooper on Thursday pulled over an odd-looking sports car -- one that could have given him a splinter if he wasn't careful.
Caitlyn Jenner Uses Ladies Room At Trump Tower
Caitlyn Jenner has taken Donald Trump up on his offer to use the restroom of her choosing while visiting one of his Trump Towers - and recorded the landmark moment for posterity
The Right Move
Will Ferrell Pulls Out of Reagan Alzheimer’s Comedy
Will Ferrell has backed out of a comedy about Ronald Reagan’s struggle with Alzheimer’s disease following outrage from the former president’s family
New York Post
Sailors Rush For Tattoos As Navy Bends Rules
Until now, sleeve tattoos have been barred under military regulations. The Navy is scrapping the ban -- and going further still -- to adopt the most lenient rules on body art of any US military service.
Retirement Really Can Kill
Most people count down the days to retirement, but a recent study has found it could actually send you to an early grave.
Men Catch 180 lb Carp With Dead Friend's Ashes
Two British fishermen honored their late friend by using his remains to reel in a 180-pound Siamese carp while on a trip to Thailand, The Telegraph reports.
'Resharing' On Socials Making People Stupid
Reposting messages on social media makes people stupid, a new study suggests. Researchers from Cornell and Beijing universities found that the simple act of “retweeting” interfered with people’s understanding of the contents of the message.
Millennials Are Leaving These 10 Big American Cities In Droves
High home prices are pushing three groups of people out of big, expensive cities: low-income workers, people in rural-based industries, and millennials
Very Strange Stuff
How Doctor Plans To Perform First Human Head Transplant
The projected operation would be a 36-hour, £14m procedure involving at least 150 people, including doctors, nurses, technicians, psychologists and virtual reality engineers