Month: March 2015

Hillary Clinton wiped email server clean, didn’t respond to Benghazi subpoenaInteresting News

Hillary Clinton wiped email server clean, didn’t respond to Benghazi subpoena

The chair of the Republican-led congressional panel investigating the 2012 Benghazi attacks said former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton failed
Massive marijuana cultivation has ‘lethal’ impact on California water supply – studyFood & Health News

Massive marijuana cultivation has ‘lethal’ impact on California water supply – study

California’s current drought has been caused by the demand for water needed to cultivate cannabis, which, under state law, is
Lockheed to build new precision weapons for US Air ForceWar News

Lockheed to build new precision weapons for US Air Force

US defense contractor Lockheed Martin has won a contract from the US Department of Defense to build precision weapons targeting
Belgium to scrap prison sentences less than 1 year from penal codeInteresting News

Belgium to scrap prison sentences less than 1 year from penal code

Belgium plans to axe all prison sentences of less than 12 months as part of a large-scale reform to modernize
Machete-wielding man attacks TSA agents at New Orleans airportTerrorism

Machete-wielding man attacks TSA agents at New Orleans airport

A man allegedly used a can of wasp spray against a TSA agent in New Orleans before pulling out a
Congressional panel wants Hillary Clinton’s private computer serverMore News

Congressional panel wants Hillary Clinton’s private computer server

A Republican-led congressional panel has formally requested that Hillary Clinton turn over her private computer server, which she told reporters
California staves off water crisis with $1bn emergency drought reliefFood & Health News

California staves off water crisis with $1bn emergency drought relief

The Golden State will get a $1 billion package to provide immediate relief to try and stem future water problems.
1 in 10 wild bees faces extinction in Europe, study warnsFood & Health News

1 in 10 wild bees faces extinction in Europe, study warns

Nearly 10 percent of some 2,000 species of European wild bees face extinction, says a recent study, adding that the
LAPD wrongly took ex-mafia member out of prison to address businessmenRandom News

LAPD wrongly took ex-mafia member out of prison to address businessmen

Los Angeles police spent $22,000 and weeks of intense, advanced planning to take an ex-mafia member serving two life sentences
​NYPD admits ‘Death of Eric Garner’ Wikipedia page edited from its networkInteresting News

​NYPD admits ‘Death of Eric Garner’ Wikipedia page edited from its network

The New York Police Department has confirmed that a computer connected to its internal network was used to edit the
​ACLU sues Obama administration over ‘kill list’ documentsInteresting News

​ACLU sues Obama administration over ‘kill list’ documents

The American Civil Liberties Union is suing the US government in an effort to compel a court to release documents
California should brace for the ‘Big One’ – US Geological SurveyInteresting News

California should brace for the ‘Big One’ – US Geological Survey

The chances of a major earthquake striking California in the next three decades have gone up, and it is more
Ferguson police chief resigns following DOJ reportPolice State

Ferguson police chief resigns following DOJ report

f The chief of police in Ferguson, Mo., has resigned in the aftermath of a searing Department of Justice (DoJ)
State Dept criticized, sued over handling of Clinton-era emailsMore News

State Dept criticized, sued over handling of Clinton-era emails

An internal investigation has slammed the State Department’s record-keeping practices. The department was hit by an AP lawsuit over unfulfilled
US to send more drones, Humvees to UkraineWar News

US to send more drones, Humvees to Ukraine

Secretary of State John Kerry confirmed US was to send Ukraine more non-lethal military aid, including drones and armored Humvees.
Obama emailed Clinton’s private account, White House confirmsInteresting News

Obama emailed Clinton’s private account, White House confirms

The White House confirmed Monday that President Barack Obama did exchange emails with Hillary Clinton and her private email account
​Policewoman among 4 arrested in connection with Paris terror attacksTerrorism

​Policewoman among 4 arrested in connection with Paris terror attacks

Four people, including an officer who worked at a police intelligence center, are being held over alleged links to Amedy
Bipartisan medical marijuana bill heads to US SenateMore News

Bipartisan medical marijuana bill heads to US Senate

Medical marijuana now has some powerful, bipartisan supporters in the US Senate. In what pot activists say is a historic