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Cyber-Attack Ransomware Hits Globally

Microsoft on Sunday said a software vulnerability stolen from the U.S. National Security Agency has affected customers around the world, as the spread of the WannaCry/WannaCrypt ransomware has hit most every country. Microsoft warns ransomware cyber-attack is

Oldest WWII Vet Turns 111

Talk about a happy birthday! Richard Overton the nation’s oldest living World War II veteran, turned 111 years old on Thursday. He’s lived in the same home for 72 years, My Statesman reports, and the GoFundMe was

Betsy DeVos Booed At College Commencement

Graduating students at Bethune-Cookman University booed turned their backs towards US Education Secretary Betsy DeVos during her speech at their commencement ceremony on May 10. Grads: Betsy DeVos can’t relate to black colleges Via rss.cnn.com 05/10/2017 3:09

Tunnel Collapses at Hanford Nuclear Reservation

An emergency was declared at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, a nuclear storage facility in Washington state. Part of a tunnel used to transport radioactive waste collapsed. No radiation was released, but Washington’s governor called the incident serious.

Trump Fires FBI Chief James Comey

FBI director James Comey has been fired by Donald Trump, who said in a letter that he was being “terminated and removed” because he was “not able to effectively lead the bureau”. FBI chief James Comey fired

Obama Advised Trump Not To Hire Gen. Flynn

Former President Obama warned President Donald Trump against hiring Mike Flynn as his national security adviser according to three former Obama administration officials. Obama warned Trump about hiring Michael Flynn Via www.bbc.co.uk 05/08/2017 11:58 AM   Image

2 Chicago Police Offers Shot

Two Chicago police officers were shot and wounded as they investigated an unrelated crime. The CPD believes the two officers were “targeted” when one or two cars pulled up along side them at an intersection and opened

Co-President Bill Shine Out at Fox News

Bill Shine, the co-president of Fox News who faced criticism over his handling of sexual harassment claims against former Chief Executive Roger Ailes and recently fired host Bill O’Reilly, became the latest employee to be ousted. Fox

Seacrest Joins Kelly Ripa

After a year of hosting solo, Kelly Ripa introduced her new permanent co-host of Live yesterday.  It was none other than the busiest man in show biz, Ryan Seacrest. Ryan Seacrest joins Kelly Ripa on ‘Live,’ sources

Trump Perplexed By Civil War

Donald Trump seemed perplexed as to why the American civil war took place and claimed that President Andrew Jackson, who died 16 years before the war started, “was really angry” about the conflict. Trump stirs debate in

6 Killed in Tornadoes in Texas

As many as 6 people have reportedly been killed and dozens of others have been injured as tornadoes ripped through Texas Saturday.  The National Weather Service said at least three tornadoes struck Eustace, Caney City and Canton

Arkansas Executes 4th In a Week

Arkansas executed its fourth prisoner by lethal injection in just over a week on Thursday night. Earlier, the U.S. Supreme Court denied a motion for a stay of execution. Arkansas executes 4th inmate in a week Via

Ann Coulter Cancels Berkeley Event

After insisting she was going to speak at Berkeley regardless of the mounting protests, conservative commentator Ann Coulter has cancelled. Ann Coulter cancels Berkeley event amid protests Via feeds.foxnews.com 04/26/2017 1:02 PM   Image credit: Christopher Halloran

United Airlines Newest PR Nightmare

United Airlines , who has been in spotlight lately for all the wrong reasons, has been involved with an entirely new PR disaster after a ‘fit and healthy’ giant rabbit expected to become the world’s biggest died

Arkansas Executes 2 Inmates in One Night

Marcel Williams and Jack Jones were put to death by lethal injection Monday evening in Arkansas.  It was Arkansas’ first double execution since 1999, according to the Department of Corrections, and the first in the United States