August 12, 2016

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania police claim Earl “Shaleek” Pinckney had knife to woman’s throat when they shot him, woman says there was no knife.

Child falls from roller coaster at Pennsylvania theme park.

Canadian IS supporter reportedly blows himself up in taxi as police open fire, driver not hospitalized.

Muslim woman suspected of being a subway terrorist for wearing a hijab and niqab (veil) sues Chicago police over arrest, strip search even after no explosives were found.

After judge sentences college rapist to 2 years of work/education release plus a lengthy probation, prosecutor calls the trial “a five-day display of arrogance, entitlement, privilege and blatant disregard for the role of law”.

Man who opened fire at Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood clinic found mentally incompetent to stand trial.

Trump staffer alleges in lawsuit that then North Carolina state Trump campaign director pointed a loaded .45 pistol at his kneecap.

Former Guatemalan solider accused of participating in Reagan-era massacre deported from U.S., being tried in Guatemala.

Clinton says in Michigan speech that she opposes the TPP trade deal that she promoted while Secretary of State.

DEA stays the course on marijuana, upholds federal ban that conflicts with state-level medical and recreational legalizations.

Environmental group files FOIA request after reports that law enforcement officers infiltrated peaceful climate protests.

FEC Commissioner proposes closing loophole that allows foreign companies and organizations to make political donations through U.S. subsidiaries.

Workers’ rights group planning to attend Federal Reserve conference reportedly has Jackson Hole National Park hotel reservations cancelled, calls for investigation.

The term “progressive” has become “an empty marketing tool for corporate Democrats” says writer.

Special Economic Zones allegedly being used to evade labor laws, keep out unions.

Florida officer reportedly drives patrol car over suspect who had been ordered to lay on the ground.

Seven governments are now issuing travel advisories for their citizens who plan to visit the U.S.

Arrests in India break up human organ transplant rackets involving top hospitals, villagers reportedly paid small fraction of sales prices.


August 12, 2016

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