In a case with potentially massive implications for freedom of the press and government secrecy, federal prosecutors have seemingly filed secret charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, court filings suggest.
As Florida is counting and recounting ballots, and with leftists having long insisted that vote fraud is like unicorns, two truths should be noted. First, there are more than 1,100 documented cases of vote fraud — including 1,019 criminal convictions — spanning 47 states. Second, despite public protestations to the contrary, Democrats have already admitted vote fraud is a problem.
Michael Avenatti, the flamboyant porn lawyer who thinks he has a shot at the presidency, is furiously fighting back against police claims that he beat up a woman.
Right now, Antifa has little opposition to their radical violent activities. President Donald Trump warned that might soon change, although he clearly hoped the violence would cease first.
Police arrested Michael Avenatti, who represented porn queen Stormy Daniels in her silly defamation lawsuit against the president, on a charge of felony domestic violence, multiple media reports say.
In yet another mass shooting, an ex-marine shoots up a California nightclub, killing 12, including a sheriff's deputy.
U.S. whistleblower Edward Snowden, speaking by video link from Moscow, warned an audience in Israel to be on guard against invasive government and private surveillance.
A man arrested on suspicion of having written anti-Semitic graffiti in a New York City synagogue turns out to be black, "queer," and closely tied to Democratic politicians.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) has nailed the coffin shut on the rape, assault, and other allegations against U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh in a 414-page report to his GOP colleagues — finding no damning evidence against him.
Was Mafia mobster Whitey Bulger permanently silenced to keep him from spilling the beans on Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller?