On Wednesday, Trump revoked the security clearance for former CIA Director John Brennan, and suggested in an interview that he based his decision on Brennan’s role in starting the Russia collusion investigation. The White House is looking into the clearances of several other former officials and Trump critics, including: former FBI director James Comey; former deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe; former director of national intelligence James Clapper; former national security adviser Susan Rice; former CIA director Michael Hayden (who also worked under President George W. Bush); Justice Department official Bruce Ohr; recently fired FBI agent Peter Strzok and former FBI general counsel Lisa Page.
(Reuters) – Federal authorities have opened a civil rights investigation into how Ohio State University officials responded to allegations of sexual abuse by a now-deceased doctor who worked for its athletic department, the school said.
A one-of-a-kind hat identified a Greensburg man as a thief from a local restaurant.
The Tribune-Review reports 58-year-old Phillip Fazio faces charges of theft after he allegedly stole multiple pans and an employee’s purse from the Bar 9 restaurant on Monday before fleeing on the Five Star trail.
Greensburg Police took Fazio into custody after he was spotted Tuesday afternoon.
NEW HAVEN — In the course of 24 hours, New Haven first responders reported nearly 76 overdoses on synthetic marijuana known as ‘spice’ or ‘K2’. So what is synthetic marijuana? It’s been in the news for the past few years. The CDC says that synthetic cannabinoids (cannabis, marijuana) aren’t just one drug specifically. They say hundreds of different synthetic cannabinoid chemicals are made and sold with new ones with unknown health risks becoming available each year.
FREDERICK, Colorado — The bodies of two young girls who were murdered in Frederick, Colorado were found inside oil and gas tanks where their father worked, a television station in Denver reported. According to KMGH, sources said the bodies of were placed in the tanks in order to hide them and conceal the smell.
New York University said Thursday that it will offer free tuition to all its medical school students, in the hope of encouraging more doctors to choose lower-paying specialties.
Many surveys have shown that medical school graduates gravitate to the more lucrative specialties, in part to pay off enormous student debts.“Every student enrolled in our MD degree program receives a full-tuition scholarship, regardless of merit or financial need, that covers the majority of the cost of attendance,” the school says on its website.
A South Huntingdon Township woman being treated at Excela Health Westmoreland hospital in Greensburg who was discovered in a restroom Saturday with five stamp bags of heroin and a used syringe has been charged with illegal possession of heroin, police said.
Dawn M. Bentley, 40, of Wyano, was charged by Greensburg Police this week with illegal possession of heroin in connection with the incident that occurred about 7:45 a.m. Saturday in a bathroom near the emergency department.