Guatemalan family demands justice in Border Patrol shooting

The family of a Guatemalan immigrant fatally shot by a U.S. Border Patrol agent in Texas this week is demanding justice for the 19-year-old woman.

Driver survives plunging 700 feet off California roadway

A Southern California driver managed to call for help after her car plunged 700 feet (213 meters) off a road in the San Bernardino Mountains, and rescuers marveled at her survival.

Trump agrees to shake ´1,100 and something´ hands at Naval Academy graduation

Washington Examiner, by Steven Nelson Posted By: earlybird- Fri, 25 27 2018 09:27:19 GMT President Trump said Friday he would stay for “hours” to shake hands with all graduating seniors at the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md. Trump closed his address to graduates by asking them to weigh in on whether or not he should stay. “I was given an option. I could make this commencement address, which is a great honor for me, and immediately leave and wave goodbye. Or I could stay and shake hands with just the top 100. Or I could stay for hours and shake hands with 1,100 and something. What should I do? What should I do?” he asked. “I´ll stay,”

Man on meth who ran over wife acquitted of attempted murder, guilty of assault

Union Leader [Manchester, NH], by Staff Posted By: nhchemist- Fri, 25 53 2018 09:53:58 GMT CONCORD — A man on methamphetamine who ran over his wife with her own car last August was cleared of attempted murder Thursday, but convicted of assault. A Merrimack County jury returned its verdict Thursday morning against Jason Alleyne, 30, of 20 Allison St., Concord, after less than a day of deliberation. (Snip) Jason Alleyne drove over his wife in her 2001 Nissan Sentra and then fled on foot as bystanders tried to lift the car off her. Lawyers for Alleyne claimed he could not be convicted of the most serious charges because he was in a psychotic state

Hillary Clinton Wants to Be CEO of Facebook

Breitbart Tech, by Allum Bokhari Posted By: JoniTx- Fri, 25 17 2018 10:17:21 GMT Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said she would like to be CEO of Facebook. Speaking to an audience at Harvard University, alongside Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey, Clinton was asked what company, if any, she would like to be CEO of. Clinton said she made Facebook her choice because the social media giant is the “biggest news platform in the world.” “We can listen to really brilliant, experienced writers like David Ignatius and try to keep up with the news,” continued Clinton “But most people in our country get their news, true or not, from Facebook.” Clinton went on to talk

The Latest: Lawyer: Man took plea deal due to frail health

The Latest on a plea deal in a child rape case in California.

Trump makes it easier to fire poor-performing federal workers

President Trump on Friday signed three executive orders overhauling the federal bureaucracy, including an order that makes it easier for to fire federal workers for misconduct.

Tornado seen ‘swallowing’ cars with dirt, flying debris in terrifying video

Motorists accidentally drove straight into a raging tornado in Germany last week — and the terrifying incident was captured on video.