62 yr. Old Man Sentenced To Life For Marijuana Walks Free In Missouri By
The life-with-no-parole sentence was allowed under a Missouri law for persistent drug offenders; Jeff Mizanskey already had two drug convictions - one for possession and sale of marijuana in 1984 and another for possession in 1991.
Zionist Organization Of America And Other Lobbyists Organize Trump, Cruz Anti-Iran Deal Event By
The event is sponsored by Tea Party Patriots, the Center for Security Policy and the Zionist Organization of America.
New Hospital In Jordan Treats Worst Of Mideast’s War-Wounded By
The Amman hospital gathers together battle-tested surgeons, counselors and physiotherapists specialized in war victims.
New Protests Erupt In St. Louis After Police Shooting Of 18 Year-Old By
Roughly 150 people gathered Wednesday afternoon near the scene of the shooting, questioning the use of deadly force. Some chanted "Black Lives Matter," a mantra used after Brown's death.
Trump’s Momentum Grows In NC, But Surprise Candidate Deez Nuts Makes Poll By
The survey shows Hillary Clinton is still leading with Democrats in North Carolina at 55 percent. Bernie Sanders is trailing Clinton with 19 percent.
Man Guarding Oklahoma ‘Muslim-free’ Gun Range Accidentally Drops Weapon And Shoots Himself By
The Muskogee County sheriff said he wasn’t surprised someone had been hurt by the volunteer patrol after watching them work, comparing the patrols to the fictional clan from “The Beverly Hillbillies.”
Legacy Bush Donors Account For Half Of Jeb Bush’s Donations By
WASHINGTON  — Jeb Bush’s fundraising network is two generations in the making, and it shows. About half of the roughly $120 million raised to help him win the Republican presidential nomination comes from donors who previously gave to his brother or father, both
Assange Sex Assault Probe Dropped As Deadline Expires By
A U.S. federal court said in March that there are "active and ongoing" attempts to prosecute Assange and WikiLeaks in an investigation involving espionage, conspiracy, and computer fraud.
Records Show Officer Who Shot Unarmed Teen In Back Received No Disciplinary Action By
The documents show one performance review from June 29 in which the officer received ratings of "excellent" in five of six categories and was rated "good" in job knowledge.
State Of Emergency Declared After Another Violent Night In Ferguson By
St Louis County police take over operations in Ferguson a day after 18-year-old black man was shot by police after firing on unmarked vehicle