Andrew McCabe and James Comey were the equivalent of dirty cops – Mark Levin Show

March 20, 2018 wpanews 0

  On Monday’s Mark Levin show, Andrew McCabe and James Comey were the equivalent of dirty cops. The FBI is trying to cleanse itself and fight against these dirty cops but the dirty politicians and media won’t allow it. So corrupt were they, they were both keeping notes on President Trump – to try and blackmail him. McCabe’s actions were so over the top that it was recommended he be […] READ MORE

Defend free inquiry: IUP must uphold all students’ rights to expression | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

March 20, 2018 wpanews 0

  Lake Ingle, a religious studies major at IUP, has been barred from a course taught by Ms. Downie. The class, “Self, Sin and Salvation,” is intended for religious studies majors, who are expected to dissect and discuss Christian perspectives on a range of topics. Mr. Ingle claims that he must complete the course successfully to satisfy a graduation requirement. So why is he barred from the class? If you […] READ MORE

‘I am a living ghost’: Court rejects man’s claim he’s alive

March 19, 2018 wpanews 0

  He even underwent six hours of questioning and tests after border officials told him that he had been officially declared dead. He has since been living a legal nightmare, trying to prove to authorities that he is, in fact, alive. He faced a major setback Thursday when a court in the northeastern city of Vaslui refused to overturn his death certificate because his request was filed “too late.” The […] READ MORE

Collector who bought Jesse James picture for just £7 on eBay told it could be worth £2 million

March 19, 2018 wpanews 0

A collector has hit the jackpot after being told that an old photograph he picked up on eBay for just £7 was a genuine portrait of infamous Wild West outlaw Jesse James, worth up to £2 million. By Telegraph Reporters  19 MARCH 2018 • 12:28PM Acollector has hit the jackpot after being told that an old photograph he picked up on eBay for just £7 was a genuine portrait of infamous Wild West […] READ MORE

Biden’s son Hunter made deal with Bank of China during father’s trip | Daily Mail Online

March 18, 2018 wpanews 0

Joe Biden’s son Hunter flew to China on an official visit by his father in 2013 and ended up inking a deal for his hedge fund with the Bank of China within days of the visit.   Joe Biden’s son Hunter opened a private equity firm with the step-son of Sen. John Kerry Kerry and Biden were colleagues in the Senate for deaces Hunter flew to China with his father […] READ MORE

FBI ex-deputy director Andrew McCabe sacked days before retirement – BBC News

March 17, 2018 wpanews 0

  Former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe has been sacked days before he could retire with pension rights. He was fired by US Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who said an internal review found he leaked information and misled investigators. Mr McCabe denied the claims and said he was being targeted because of his involvement in the inquiry into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 election. Mr Trump has long accused […] READ MORE

FBI descends on site said to have buried Civil War gold

March 17, 2018 wpanews 0

A 155-year-old legend about buried federal gold appears to have caught the attention of the FBI. Dozens of FBI agents, along with Pennsylvania state officials and members of a treasure-hunting group, The treasure-hunting group Finders Keepers has long insisted it found the gold buried in a state forest at Dents Run, about 135 miles (217 kilometers) northeast of Pittsburgh, but said the state wouldn’t allow it to dig. The FBI […] READ MORE

Americans binge 17 billion drinks a year, CDC says

March 17, 2018 wpanews 0

    New report has some striking findings on who’s most likely to binge on alcohol A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers some striking findings on Americans’ drinking habits. The study focuses on binge drinking and finds that U.S. adults consumed an astounding 17.5 billion binge drinks in 2015. That works out to nearly 470 binge drinks a year for each of the 37.4 million […] READ MORE

Florida bridge collapse death toll climbs to 6 – ABC News

March 16, 2018 wpanews 0

Six people have died from the collapse of a newly installed pedestrian bridge on Florida International University’s Miami campus, police said. FIU President Mark Rosenberg said today on “Good Morning America” that the “project has been done as every other project at FIU in terms of construction. … We only work with certified contractors that have been approved by all the appropriate authorities.” “We’re shocked and we’re going to cooperate […] READ MORE

Hillary Clinton fractures her wrist after slipping in a bathtub | Daily Mail Online

March 16, 2018 wpanews 0

  Hillary Clinton’s wrist injury is worse than originally thought The former Secretary of State was forced to cancel her appearances in Jodhpur, India this week when she slipped in a palace bathtub and hurt her wrist Doctors advised the 70-year-old to rest, but the pain grew unbearable so she was taken to the hospital early Wednesday morning  A CT Scan and X-ray confirmed she had a hairline fracture on her wrist […] READ MORE

Outcry Over Dead Dog Intensifies Pressure on United CEO Oscar Munoz

March 16, 2018 wpanews 0

United Airlines has managed a feat to which no company aspires — outraging the world twice in less than a year. “The problem is United has long had a culture that some might describe as not customer-oriented and others might describe as anti-customer,” said Bruce Hicks, a former head of communications for Continental Airlineswho has consulted for several airlines for more than a decade. The death of a puppy in an […] READ MORE

Box-Office Preview: Can ‘Tomb Raider’ Dethrone ‘Black Panther?’

March 15, 2018 wpanews 91

Faith-based film ‘I Can Only Imagine’ and terrorist drama ‘7 Days in Entebbe’ also open nationwide. Will Alicia Vikander-starrer Tomb Raider— a reboot of the film franchise from the early 2000s that was headlined by Angelina Jolie — be the film to finally dethrone superhero sensation Black Panther? Opening in more than 3,700 theaters, Tomb Raider is tracking to debut to $23 million-$25 million at the North American box office this weekend. Ryan Coogler’s Black […] READ MORE

Mobile phone not working? Blame today’s SOLAR STORM causing electrical chaos

March 15, 2018 wpanews 0

A POWERFUL solar storm was set to batter Earth today with cosmic rays which can knock-out communications satellites and trigger the Northern Lights in the most unexpected of places. Forecasts from the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) say that there is a 55 percent chance that a solar storm will envelop Earth sometimes today. The cosmic rays are flowing from a huge gap in the sun’s ‘atmosphere’, called […] READ MORE

Science teacher feeds puppy to turtle after school in front of students; investigation underway | East Idaho News

March 15, 2018 wpanews 0

PRESTON — A junior high school teacher is under investigation after he fed a puppy to a snapping turtle in front of students, according to a law enforcement source familiar with the situation. Robert Crosland has taught science at Preston Junior High School for years. In a news release, Preston School District 201 Superintendent Marc Gee says his administration became aware of “a regrettable circumstance involving some of the biological […] READ MORE

United Airlines mistakenly flies family’s Kansas-bound dog to Japan | Daily Mail Online

March 15, 2018 wpanews 0

Kara Swindle and her two children flew from Oregon to Kansas City Tuesday on United. They went to pick up 10-year-old Irgo but were instead given a Great Dane. Irgo was in Japan. Kara Swindle and her two kids flew from Oregon to Kansas City, Missouri on Tuesday, as part of their move to Wichita, Kansas They put their dog Irgo on an earlier flight, but when they went to […] READ MORE