Another Rotherham Grooming Gang in Court for Raping Young Girls

A gang of twelve mostly-Muslim men from the Rotherham area have appeared in court to face 45 sexual abuse offences against eight girls under the age of 16.

Hundreds In Alabama May Face Jail Under New Law For Voting In GOP Senate Runoff

Officials will send prosecutors the names of people who voted in the Democratic Senate primary and in the GOP runoff.

7 Explosive Uranium One Facts Mainstream Media Have Already Confirmed

Though Hillary Clinton claims that the Uranium One scandal engulfing herself and the Obama administration has all been “debunked,” several mainstream media outlets have confirmed key facts related to the scandal, which was first broken by Breitbart News Senior Editor-at-Large Peter Schweizer in his New York Times bestselling book, “Clinton Cash.”

‘Dislike’ and ‘Unfriendliness’ Can Be Hate Crimes, UK Police Confirm

Official guidelines insist a hate crime must be driven by “hostility”, but when contacted, many UK forces are unable to give a definition of what they mean by “hostility” in the context of hate crimes.

Paul Ryan’s Secret Amnesty Plan Comes Less Than Month After DACA Illegal Alien Accused of Murder

House Speaker Paul Ryan’s closed-door announcement of slipping amnesty for nearly 800,000 illegal aliens covered by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program into an end-of-the-year spending deal comes less than a month after a DACA re…

IED attached to drone in Mexico could show evolution of drug cartel tactics

The recent arrest in Mexico of four men carrying a drone equipped with an improvised explosive device “ready to be detonated” has stoked fears drug cartels could soon target the U.S. with bombs from above.

Chester Bennington leaves estate to wife and 6 kids, report says

Chester Bennington has left his entire estate to his widow, Talinda, and his six children, a report said.

Hurricane Maria recovery highlights Puerto Rico inequalities

Hurricane Maria didn’t discriminate between rich and poor when it ravaged Puerto Rico, but the recovery has been another story.

More And More Brands Announce They Won’t Work With Terry Richardson

Brands have begun speaking out after Condé Nast renounced the photographer.

As Puerto Rico’s Floodwaters Recede, This Rare Disease Poses A Growing Threat

Without electricity or running water on much of the island, an animal-borne disease is spreading through Puerto Rico.