A lot of Americans, and certainly a lot of parents who have children in the Montgomery County Public Schools, are demanding answers after two Rockville High School freshmen, ages 17 and 18, were arrested in connection with the alleged rape of a 14-year-old girl in a school bathroom. One more detail, courtesy of County Executive Ike Leggett: “Although these individuals had no previous involvement in the County’s criminal justice system, these alleged rapists do have outstanding U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) orders.” The alleged rape occurred last Thursday, and on Tuesday, the school district held a press conference on the “serious incident.” Dr. Jack Smith is holding a press conference in response to a serious incident at Rockville High School.
MCPS all those Masters and PhDs and you ALL thought allowing 18 year old men in class w/ 14 yr old girls was fine. Shame on MCPS. “We do not know what anyone’s immigration status is in the school system because the law says we don’t collect that and we don’t,” said Dr. Smith. “But of those 25,000 [students who speak another language as their first home language], some are here with different kinds of documentation and some have none. And it is wholly and entirely inappropriate for any of us, anytime, anywhere to say that we are going to deprive a 6-year-old, an 8-year-old, a 12-year-old, a 14-year-old, a 15- and 18-year-old of an education because a horrible incident happened last Thursday in one of our schools.” OK, don’t deprive a 14-year-old and an 18-year-old of an education … but people still would like to know what the two were doing in the same class. Well?
We learned at press conference if you're 18 & enrolling in Montgomery Co Public Schools there's no background check, criminal or immigration. How did they determine 9th grade? They said since they didn't have any high school credits, that automatically makes them freshmen. Can we assume there’s an upper age limit there, or no? Their answer sucks: No provable school credit, so they get placed in 9th grade, even if they’re 18-yo. That has to stop. -- MCPS Superintendent on rape of teen: Many people would like to change the conversation and make it more than this incident, but it is not. Come on, now … let’s take a breath and remember that the important thing here is not to appear anti-immigrant or xenophobic. "We shouldn't paint all students who speak another language, another religion, another skin color, with a broad brush."
If you believe that malicious Russian agents hacked the 2016 US presidential election and changed votes in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and other traditionally blue states to hand the election to Donald Trump, you were just sorely disappointed.
Testifying before the House Intelligence Committee Monday morning, NSA Director Admiral Michael Rogers and FBI Director James Comey stated unequivocally that there was no evidence the Russians manipulated election machines to rig the vote.
Asked by Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) if there was any intelligence to suggest the vote tallies in several states were tampered with, Admiral Rogers stated “No, sir.” He prefaced his comment with an explanation that the National Security Agency would not be the best agency to answer that question, as they focus on foreign, not domestic intelligence.
FBI Director Comey answered “No,” to the same question.
Yet the mainstream media has been deceitfully pushing the “Russia hacked the election” narrative for months. This inaccurate headline leaves the impression that Russia literally manipulated the electoral process itself to rig the election for Donald Trump. A poll released last December showed 52 percent of Democrats believed just that.
It is clear now that the government has zero evidence to suggest that the vote was rigged. That is not to say the Russians were uninvolved in attempting to influence the election. FBI Director James Comey confirmed Monday that the bureau is investigating Russian attempts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election — including any links between members of the Donald Trump campaign for president and the Russians.
Following are excerpts from a speech by Kuwaiti Professor Abdallah Al-Nafisi, which aired on Al-Jazeera TV on February 2, 2009.
Abdallah Al-Nafisi: Four pounds of anthrax in a suitcase this big carried by a fighter through tunnels from Mexico into the US, are guaranteed to kill 330,000 Americans within a single hour, if it is properly spread in population centers there. What a horrifying idea. 9/11 will be small change in comparison. Am I right? There is no need for airplanes, conspiracies, timings, and so on. One person, with the courage to carry four pounds of anthrax, will go to the White House lawn, and will spread this "confetti" all over them, and then will do these cries of joy. It will turn into a real "celebration."
The WMD is a problem. The Americans are afraid that the WMDs might fall into the hands of "terrorist" organizations, like Al-Qaeda and others. There is good reason for the Americans' fears, because Al-Qaeda used to have in the Herat region... It had laboratories in north Afghanistan. They have scientists, chemists, and nuclear physicists. They are nothing like they are portrayed by these mercenary journalists backward Bedouins living in caves. No, no. By no means. This kind of talk can fool only naïve people. People who follow such things know that Al-Qaeda has laboratories, just like Hizbullah. Hizbullah has laboratories in South Lebanon, in which it produces weapons and sells them. Hizbullah has laboratories in South Lebanon, from which it sells weapons to Romania and Hungary.
If they call someone a terrorist, say: "He's a friend of mine." Why? Because these "terrorists" are the world's most God-fearing people. They are the most honorable people in the world, the best people in the world. I have personally met Mullah Omar. I had the honor of meeting with Mullah Omar. This is a man who does not belong to this era. He always refused to meet with Western delegations. He would say to them: "Go to Kabul, I am in Qandahar." "Truly, the polytheists are impure" if you know what I mean. "Go meet the foreign minister to talk politics. I am staying here." This is the kind of people who are suitable for dealing with the West. As for 'Ariqat, Dahlan, and their ilk they do not benefit the nation in any way.
In the US, there are more than 300,000 white militia members, who are calling to attack the federal government in Washington, and to banish the Arabs, the Jews, and the negroes [sic] from the US. These are racist people. They are called "rednecks." The Ku Klux Klan. They are racists.
These militias even think about bombing nuclear plants within the US. May Allah grant them success, even though we are not white, or even close to it, right? They have plans to bomb the nuclear plant at Lake Michigan. This plant is very important. It supplies electricity to all of North Africa [sic]. May Allah grant success to one of these militia leaders, who is thinking about bombing this plant. I believe that we should devote part of our prayers to him. We should pray that Allah grants him success, so he can complete this mission, and we will be able to visit him and congratulate him, Allah willing.
Allah states in the Koran that the hostility between us and [the Jews] is eternal. So whoever talks about dialogue cut off his tongue! What dialogue are they talking about?! There is no room for dialogue. Allah said that our hostility towards the Jews is eternal, and then along comes someone and talks about brotherhood and so on... This contradicts the Koran. Anyone who contradicts the Koran is an infidel. Accusing people of heresy? Yes, I'm all for it. Yes, I support accusing people of heresy.
We should also defend the resistance, and not remain silent in the face of this organized campaign against the resistance in the press of the Arabian Peninsula and the Gulf, and other Arab newspapers. There are voices expressing doubts about the leaders of the resistance. We must confront these [journalists], and prevent them from continuing this, even if it means calling them over the phone, and saying to them: "Do not repeat these despicable things in your columns or your articles, or else we will take the following measures against you." We must resort to pressure with these people. We must not remain silent. We must not leave them to their own devices, under the pretext of freedom of expression. This is a fifth column.
I, Abdallah Fahd Abd Al-'Aziz Al-Nafisi, am inciting you to confront, using any means possible, anyone who speaks out against the resistance. "Any means possible" get it?
The [Hamas] ministers are mujahideen. I know a minister who actually participated in operations.
John Wayne in 1974 unleashed a tirade that still rings true today in regards to liberals, feminists, white guilt, and a slew of other leftist complaints and groups that operate today with backing from the lying liberal media.
Federal immigration officials on Monday said they busted an illegal cockfighting and gambling ring in downtown Detroit over the weekend, which now has about 50 undocumented immigrants facing possible deportation.
Investigators raided an abandoned building in the city on Saturday, officials said, where they found about 85 people and 100 birds that were used for cockfighting.
"This operation was taken down because we had information that it was a nuisance in the community," U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement spokesman Khaalid Walls said Monday. "The criminal investigation is ongoing. It's being led by ICE Homeland Security Investigations."
ICE was joined in the raid by agents of the U.S. Border Patrol, the U.S. Department of Agriculture Office of Inspector General, the Michigan State Police, the Detroit Police Department and the Internal Revenue Service.
Officials said the sweep was executed following several months of investigation.
More than half of the people arrested in the building will face deportation hearings, investigators said.
Mcdonough, Georgia, (CBS46) - A militia billing itself as a security force is vowing to protect the Second Amendment.
The Three Percent Security force, named after those who fought in the American revolution (It's said - only three percent of the colonists fought against the king's tyranny) says they're preparing to "uphold and defend the constitution from all enemies, foreign and domestic."
They train like a military, "basic infantry man skills, everything from communications to combat lifesaving medical first aid."
Founded in Henry County, the group started out as an anti- President Barack Obama group, before openly supporting President Donald Trump's run for President.
Don't be in a rush to snap that photo, look around you first!
Teenager Alyssa Bustamante wrote in her journal about killing 9-year-old girl Elizabeth Olten before heading off to church.
This dude just dropped a knowledge bomb on these misguided youngsters.
You gotta switch it up, or else you'll end up with a knee to the chin!
On a day where South Africans should be celebrating the rights of all people, a video of a white man threatening to attack a black woman inside a Spur restaurant at The Glen has gone viral on social media. In the video, the two could be heard arguing about one child bullying the other. Apparently the man had approached the woman to alert her that his child was bullied by her child, to which the woman responds that his child was the one who started the bullying. The altercation took a turn for the worse when the man threatened to hit the woman while she accuses him of bullying her and reminds him South Africa is a democratic country. When all this happened, there was no sign of the restaurant manager, with only a few waiters who tried to move the man away from the woman
A 21-year-old pregnant woman was killed during a Sunday morning shootout amid a SWAT raid at Florida home. Police were targeting Alteria Woods’ boyfriend and his father during the raid that left Woods dead and a deputy wounded. Indian River County Sheriff Deryl Loar said Woods was an innocent bystander caught in the crossfire, but also said her boyfriend, 23-year-old Andrew Coffee IV, used her as a shield during the shootout. “Andrew Coffee IV cowardly was using her as protection,” Loar said. The raid targeted Coffee IV and his father, Andrew Coffee III. Loar said it was in connection with a series of recent shootings, including a February incident in which a deputy was killed by a stray bullet. However, Woods’ family says they’ve received few answers as they seek to learn how Woods was shot. “We don’t know what to do, no closure,” said Arlene Cooper, Alteria’s aunt. The father and son appeared in court Monday morning. A judge set bond for the elder Coffee at $93,000. The younger Coffee is being held on a $307,000 bond.
Quanna Brown, 34, decided to have the operation in June 2015 after being called ugly and fat with her pregnancy weight. However, the 'mummy make over' procedure to improve her confidence went wrong. Her incisions opened and became infected. Doctors told her that they had never seen anything like it before, giving her a dose of medication to try and improve her. But her condition worsened and she was rushed to hospital, staying there for 50 days and having to endure five life-saving operations. Now pregnant with her third child, she has been left with a deformed stomach that she struggles to look at.
Two officers who exchanged gunfire with a man earlier this month outside a Walnut Hills apartment complex have been cleared of any charges, Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters announced Tuesday.. Police said Damion McRae, 37, shot Cincinnati police Officer Kenneth Grubbs outside a Walnut Hills apartment complex on March 12. Grubbs and McRae were injured, but are expected to make full recoveries. Officials released body camera footage from the two officers who responded to the shooting. Cincinnati police were called to an apartment building on Gilbert Avenue on reports of a domestic violence incident. Grubbs and Officer William Keuper, who were riding together as partners, found McCrae in the apartment’s courtyard. As the officers attempted to stop McCrae, prosecutors said, McCrae shot Grubbs with a 9 mm rifle concealed at his side. Grubbs was shot in the lower abdomen and fell to the ground. Prosecutors said Grubbs returned fire as he fell. Officials said Keuper, who was walking behind Grubbs when he was shot, also returned fire at McCrae. Investigators said McCrae was struck and fell to the ground. Deters said Grubbs fired 17 times, and Keuper fired eight rounds. Investigators said McCrae continued to reach into his pockets after the incident, despite police telling him not to. Deters said McRae also was carrying a .22-caliber revolver. McRae has been indicted on one count of attempted murder, two counts of felonious assault, two counts of weapons under disability, one count of carrying a concealed weapon and one count of assault. If he is convicted of all charges, McRae faces the possibility of over 20 years in prison. Deters said Tuesday that depending on the investigation, a second attempted murder charge might be sought for McRae’s actions agast Keuper. “We are grateful for the safety of our two officers in this violent confrontation," Cincinnati police Chief Eliot Isaac said. "Their brave action demonstrated courage under fire, amazing restraint, and is a true testament to their training. We will work closely with the Hamilton County prosecutor’s office to ensure Mr. McRae is held accountable for this heinous act to the fullest extent of the law.”
This is the heroic moment conservationists braved white water rapids to save an orangutan from drowning in a raging torrent. The orangutan was spotted struggling to hold on to rocks in the middle of rapids in the Lesan River in Indonesia's East Kalimantan province. It is not known whether the endangered ape was trying to cross the river in search of food or a mate, or whether it had simply fallen out of a tree. But it would surely have drowned had conservationists from the Centre for Orangutan Protection (COP) not spotted the struggling primate and launched a rescue operation. First, they hacked off tree branches to try to pull the orangutan to dry land but it could not reach the branch. They then attached branches together to create a bridge across the rapids for the agile ape to crawl along. One man braved the torrent by standing in the raging river to help secure the temporary bridge and to give the animal a nudge in the right direction. Finally the orangutan made it across the branches to dry land, immediately heading for the safety of the trees. A video of the rescue operation filmed by conservationists is melting the hearts of animal lovers after being posted on social media. Ken Hardi, the founder of COP, said: 'This was about life or death. Orangutans do like water, but they do not swim. 'We found this poor orangutan trapped in swift water by accident when we were doing a survey. If we had been any later, the orangutan may have been dead.' East Kalimantan, which comprises the eastern portion of Borneo, was once covered by tropical rainforest. But illegal logging has removed much of the original forests, destroying the natural habitat of the region's famous orangutans which are now critically endangered.
Reddit user Nobilitie created a simulation of our Solar System showing dwarf planets orbiting around it. The simulation was created using a gaming software called Universe Sandbox ²
A woman has gone on a wild rampage and struck several people with her car in a Walmart parking lot after the store refused to let her return some batteries. Police are now looking for the woman after she was caught on surveillance cameras intentionally ramming people in the parking lot in Union City, California on Sunday. The woman entered the Walmart at 6pm to try and return the batteries but became extremely agitated when staff denied her a refund. She left the store, returned to her silver Honda Accord and was filmed hastily reversing into a family as they walked by. Footage shows the woman continuing to back up and striking several people. Police said she narrowly missed a three-year-old girl and her mother who managed to run out of the way of the reversing car. 'The suspect then takes off a high rate speed out of the parking lot causing other pedestrians to run out of the way of the speeding vehicle,' Union City Police Sergeant Steve Mendez said. 'The victims were actually saying that she was yelling and screaming in the car, pounding her fists on the steering wheel.' The woman is described as white and about 5 feet tall. She has brown hair and was last seen wearing a gray sweatshirt with a Batman logo on the front, black leggings and dark Ugg-style boots. The suspect was also wearing glasses at the time. Police said her vehicle is a silver 1998-2000 two-door Honda Accord.
o the student’s credit, he does very quickly realise his mistake and clamber out of the pool, but if he’d stopped to make a silly pose or even turned around to see where the sharks were, he would have been participating in an unfortunate and accidental reenactment of the Jaws films. One shark wasted no time in going for the drunk student’s leg, and if his friends hadn’t immediately urged him to get out, things could have been a lot worse. It was definitely a close call, but I’m kind of curious as to how a gaggle of drunk students managed to come across a pool full of deadly sharks in the first place.
“PETA appeals to Floyd Mayweather to be a real champ for animals and allow his ‘Christmas present’ to be moved to a wildlife sanctuary.” Floyd Mayweather, though, is no stranger to public criticism, so it would be a surprise if he gave up his pet tiger any time soon, after a video posted on Instagram by a member of his team showed the undefeated boxer holding the animal on a lead as it strolls around a busy room. After a short time, another smaller tiger enters the room, also on a lead, which then gets crossed with Mayweather’s lead, resulting in some momentary confusion between the boxer and another man holding the lead of the other tiger.
The suspect, Jon Webster Hay, 49, is accused of firing at officer Jarred Ciccone on Nov. 20. Details of the shooting by the resident were released Monday by the state attorney's office. Those details include an interview with Ciccone in which he says he believes Hay was trying to kill him, identification that it was a 10mm round that was used to shoot Ciccone, listing that Hay reportedly shot 28 rounds at officers after he reached his Sandcastle Road home — only striking their cruisers — with officers returning fire 14 times, grazing Hay once. 2016 Cape Coral triple-fatal shooting case remains active Hay is charged with four counts of attempted first-degree murder on a law enforcement officer, one count of fleeing or eluding law enforcement with lights and sirens and shooting at or into an occupied vehicle. He remains in the Lee County jail on $8 million bond, A case management hearing for Hay is scheduled for March 29. Hay was arrested by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement after he fired shots at law enforcement officers. He struck Ciccone, who was sitting in his patrol car filling out a report after a routine traffic stop in the vicinity of 2300 Periwinkle Way. Ciccone was transported to Lee Memorial Hospital, treated and released shortly after the incident. Hay led officers on a manhunt, but was eventually taken into custody. Sanibel police shooting suspect Jon Hay gets $2 million bond The public information released this week includes a detailed account of the initial shooting, chase, and apprehension involving Hay, Sanibel police, and Lee County Sheriff's Office deputies, as well as video and audio files of the shooting and interviews with the suspect, the shot officer and other officers and witnesses. 2016 Cape Coral triple-fatal shooting case remains active In-car video from patrol units shows Hay firing an AR-15 rifle at officers. Other details include discovery of a loaded semiautomatic handgun in a fanny pack Hay was wearing, discovery of a Glock 10mm handgun purchased in August 2016 by Hay and extra ammunition-filled magazines for the gun, shining of a blue laser device at the LCSO helicopter by Hay.
Springfield, Ill. - On Monday the Springfield Police Department released body camera footage from an incident last month that led to the arrest of one of its officers. Springfield police say officers responded to a domestic disturbance call in the 2100 block of East Stuart Street on Feb. 27. Officer Samuel Rosario engaged in a verbal argument with a 19-year-old boy at the scene, according to the Springfield Police Department. "Go back to Mexico, n*****," an unidentified male says to Rosario in the released footage. "I ain't from Mexico, you stupid motherf***er," Rosario responds. A short time later, the man asks for the officer's badge number and the two hurl profanities at each other for several minutes. "What do you want me to do for you to put some hands on me?" Rosario taunts. "You want these hands? You can have 'em ... you a b****." Rosario is seen walking toward the teen and appears to push him, saying, "Did I not just touch you?" The screen then cuts to black as, according to Springfield police, the altercation between officer and teenager "escalated into a physical encounter." An unseen woman at the home shouts, "He started it first, police did ... the rookie started first ... that's assault and battery." Toward the end of the video, Rosario says, "Dude, I felt bad for you, that's why I stopped hitting you." Springfield police say a backup officer not involved in the incident reported it to his supervisor. Rosario was arrested and charged with two counts of battery and one count of official misconduct the following morning. According to Springfield police, Rosario is on unpaid administrative leave pending the results of an internal investigation. Illinois State Police have concluded their criminal investigation into the matter. "This incident does not depict the actions of the hard-working men and women of the Springfield Police Department," Springfield police said in a statement.
The heart of a nuclear reactor has been captured turning a piercing blue colour as it produces energy. Footage of The Breazeale Nuclear Reactor, a research facility at Pennsylvania State University, was taken using a GoPro sunken deep within one of the plant's cooling tanks. The eerie blue glow is created from Cherenkov radiation, a kind of electromagnetic radiation that occurs when a charged particle races through water faster than the speed of light. A nuclear reactor splits atoms of uranium, a naturally radioactive element, to release energy. The reactor's core sits in steel pressure tank so the water surrounding it remains liquid at temperatures of 460°C (860°F). The footage shows the the underwater reactor as it is switched on and as it begins to operate at 500kW and then one MW. As the reactor begins to work harder, the electric blue colour given off by the machine starts to intensify. That's because as the plant produces more energy, more Cherenkov radiation is emitted. The electromagnetic radiation appears a brilliant blue to the human eye as the reaction causes shorter wavelengths of light to become more intense. But most Cherenkov radiation appears on an ultra-violet spectrum that is invisible to the human eye.
This is the sickening moment a driver smashed into a deer at 66mph. Shocking dashcam footage shows the deer leap into the road giving the driver no time to react. The car batters the animal as the front headlight shatters and the debris litters the A120 near Colchester, Essex.
On Monday, Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.) said on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" that Russia "attacked" the United States by meddling in the presidential election.
Tucker Carlson asked Swalwell what type of war-like means America would respond, offering the example of mobilizing a military vessel near Vladivostok, Russia on the Pacific Coast.
Carlson said his description of the meddling as an "act of war" was "hysterical", noting that Sen. Benjamin Cardin (D-Maryland) also echoed Swalwell's sentiment.
We should warn our Eastern allies their natural gas is going to be cut off, Carlson remarked.
Swalwell said the response, like the 'war', should be non-military, suggesting sanctions on Russia's economy to weaken Vladimir Putin.
He dismissed Swalwell's suggestion of "talking tough" to Russia if they indeed committed an "act of war".
"I can't imagine a more irresponsible response to an "act of war" than "talking tough" or doubling down on sanctions... or expanding NATO," Carlson said.
Swalwell said Republicans and Democrats should ultimately unify against all forms of foreign interference.
A judge has refused to hear evidence from a Muslim woman who is suing police over a terrorism raid on her house because she would not remove her veil.
In what is believed to be an Australian first in a civil case, The Daily Telegraph reports today that NSW District Court judge Audrey Balla would not let Moutia Elzahed take the stand unless she took off her veil. But Ms Elzahed, who is one of two women married to Islamic extremist Hamdi Alqudsi, refused, saying it was against her religion to show her face to any man who was not a relative.
Ms Elzahed is suing the commonwealth and NSW for assault in relation to a counter-terrorism raid on her home in Sydney’s Revesby in September 2014.
Her lawyer Clive Evatt said, for religious reasons, his client could not reveal her face to any man. The Daily Telegraph reported Judge Balla gave Ms Elzahed a choice; she could have the court closed while she gave evidence or she could give evidence via video link.
But Mr Evatt declined both options on his client’s behalf because the mostly male lawyers on both sides would still be in court and would see her face.
Dressed in long robes, scarf and veil, Ms Elzahed also refused to stand for Judge Balla when she entered and left the court.
Ms Elzahed’s refusal to take off the veil is a blow to her case, which relied on her sworn testimony that she was punched by police during the dawn raid.
Ms Elzahed is seeking financial compensation for “assault and battery, wrongful arrest and false imprisonment and intimidation”.
New Zealand’s Laurel Hubbard, 39, formerly known as Gavin Hubbard, won the women’s 90+kg division at the 2017 Australasian Weightlifting Championships in Melbourne.
She made history as the first transgender athlete to represent New Zealand in Melbourne breaking 4 national records in the process. Hubbard met all the International Olympic Committee and International Weightlifting Federation criteria to compete as a woman.
Michael Keelan, the head of the Australian Weightlifting Federation, was impressed by Hubbard’s composure and said “she’s on the cusp of creating a lot of history.”
The Protestors didn't even get started before blocking Hwy 95, before the Florida State Troopers show up and Stop them cold. These police and citizens around the country are getting fed up with these leftist protesters attempting to terrorize communities around the nation. Here's just another example of a police department that is implementing a zero tolerance policy in regards to blocking freeways.
Former Rep. Bruce Morrison (D-Conn.) said the 1990 H-1B visa program he helped craft has been “hijacked” to routinely replace American workers with cheaper foreign labor. He made his comments during a special that aired Sunday on CBS’ “60 Minutes.”
CBS Evening News journalist Bill Whitaker explored the controversy surrounding the H-1B visa program, which allows American corporations to hire foreign workers. Morrison insisted the bill he helped create was intended to help companies fill scientific jobs with qualified candidates. He accused companies of shamelessly outsourcing thousands of jobs to younger, cheaper, and temporary foreign workers through a loophole that allows companies to hire the foreign workers for jobs paying over $60,000.
“I’m outraged. The H-1B has been hijacked as the main highway to bring people from abroad and displace Americans,” Morrison told Whitaker. “It’s really a travesty that should never have been allowed to happen.”
Morrison noted these types of scientific jobs often earn American workers $120,000 to $140,000 per year. But because foreign workers will take those jobs for far less, American companies often choose outsourcing over valuing their American workers.
Laura Ingraham said this morning that President Donald Trump made a "mistake" when he tweeted a now-dismissed allegation that President Obama spied on Trump Tower.
She said Trump must stick to facts and stay focused on working on the promises he made during the campaign, like the economy, health care and border security.
Ingraham warned that Democrats are going to keep focusing on alleged ties between Russia and the Trump campaign in order to hurt his credibility.
"They want him out. ... They want him to resign or be impeached. Let's be really blunt with what's going on here," he said.
Ingraham said the president must be careful not to inadvertently "help" the other side, pointing out that the FBI investigation is going to "continue to be a cloud" over the administration.
In testimony to the House Intelligence Committee, FBI Director James Comey confirmed for the first time an ongoing investigation into the Trump campaign's possible links to Russian officials and he said there is no information to back up Trump's tweets about wiretapping.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), the ranking member on the Intelligence Committee, alluded to Trump's possible exit over the weekend, telling activists that Trump "is going to get himself out."
Two Maryland high school students – one of whom has an “alien removal” case pending – forced a 14-year-old female classmate into a bathroom stall on Thursday morning and viciously raped her, police said.
The suspects, Henry E. Sanchez, 18, and Jose O. Montano, 17, are in ninth grade at Rockville High School. Both are recent arrivals to the U.S., Sanchez from Guatemala and Montano from El Salvador, WUSA9 reported.
The pair appeared in court Friday and Montano is being charged as an adult, despite his age, due to the seriousness of the crime. Sanchez and Montano, charged with first-degree rape and two counts of first-degree sexual offense, were held without bond.
“I believe that you are a danger,” District Judge Eugene Wolfe told Sanchez, according to The Washington Post.
Police say Montano forced the girl into a school restroom after she refused to have sex with him. The girl fought back, at one point holding on to a sink to avoid the assault, but Montano allegedly pushed the girl into a stall where he and Sanchez took turns holding her down and raping her, according to the police affidavit.
After hearing a noise, Sanchez fled, but Montano simply tried to silence the girl, who eventually broke free and was able to tell a staff member, the police report said.
“Ensuring a safe, secure and welcoming learning environment for all of our students is our top priority,” a Montgomery County Public Schools spokesperson wrote in a letter sent to parents. “Our staff remains vigilant in the monitoring of our school each and every day.”
The myth of white privilege has been debunked so many times now it's unreal! Yet, you'll still hear it on your daily new show in an attempt to keep us divided and keep black Americans believing the only reason white people are successful is simply because of the color of their skin.
Racist "Brown Berets" invade a peaceful, pro-Arizona crowd rallying in front of the All-Star Game in Anaheim, July 13, 2010. Modeled after the Black Panthers, the Brown Berets (nicknamed the "Tan Klan" because of their virulently racist views) want a "racially pure Aztlan" with all White Europeans and Jews forcibly removed. They are pro-Islamic terrorism and have called Osama Bin Laden the "Muslim Pancho Villa". Imagine if a handful of white Tea party folks walked into a pro-illegal rally and said similar things - it would make every national news broadcast for days on end. But of course, unlike the NAACP slander claims - the Tea Party does not stand for racism. But watch as the "Tan Klan" gets a pass for their hate by the media once again.
Hungary’s Prime Minister is hiring 3,000 “border hunters” to police its new border wall, as the nation votes on a European Union migrant quota referendum.
The new border hunters will be equipped with trucks, night vision goggles, and sniffing dogs. Hungarian officials defend the hires saying they will augment Hungary’s border police by also manning watch towers.
“Every single migrant poses a public security and terror risk,” Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban previously told reporters. The nation-wide referendum is expected to reject the EU migrant quotas, which decide how many migrants each member state must take.
"The body worn camera footage begins just after Spencer Ervin (seen in the red shirt) fired a gun at another person. Officers quickly move to apprehend Ervin who dropped the gun and was standing behind the woman you see being shoved in the cell phone video. Officers give directives to the woman to move out of the way. The woman appears to be preventing officers from taking Ervin into custody. Ervin appears to ignore officers’ commands to see his hands. Officers direct Ervin to get down on the ground which he complies with. The woman continues to ignore officers’ commands and is subsequently pushed out of the way so officers’ could take Ervin into custody. Ultimately, the woman was obstructing officers from taking Ervin, who had just fired a gun at another person, into custody. Further, the body worn camera footage shows subjects continuing to approach officers after Ervin is detained. Officers are observed establishing a perimeter around Ervin and the evidence. Officers gave lawful directives to the subjects to disperse. When the subjects refused to do so, officers deployed OC spray." - Columbia Missouri Police Department
Authorities have released a stumbling 911 call made by a man charged with shooting his wife to death and then restaging the crime scene. Dwight Luton, 32, has been charged with first-degree murder in the March 7 shooting. He is being held without bail and has not entered a plea. Luton is heard telling an emergency operator that his 31-year-old wife, Ashley Balius, had an accident.
A doctor in Binzhou city, Shandong Province, has been praised for her professional ethics after a video circulated online of her giving a patient an urgent blood transfusion as a fire raged just outside of the window last week. The fire broke out on a construction site near the hospital, but due to the patient’s condition, the doctor persisted in treating him after judging that the flames were unlikely to spread to the hospital.
On Monday, dramatic dashcam video was released of a police chase in Berrien Township that ended with a Michigan state trooper being attacked last month. The full clip runs just under 50 minutes and shows the remarkable account of what happened the morning of February 20. Two men, 21-year-old Michael Barber and his 19-year-old brother, Travis Wise were arrested for attacking Trooper Garry Guild. Both men face multiple charges, including assault and resisting an officer. The dashcam video starts at 8:40 a.m. In the video, you’ll see Michael Barber speed past. He’s riding a stolen motorcycle on U.S. 31 near Matthew Road. Michigan State Trooper Garry Guild attempts to stop him. Barber slows down and pulls off to the right in what appears to be a surrender; however, he then he speeds up and re-enters the freeway. Guild's sirens and lights flip on and the chase continues. Cut to 8:43 a.m. and Barber still has not stopped. He heads up the exit ramp then breaks left across a median and crashes. You can hear Trooper Garry Guild yell, “he crashed, he crashed." Barber gets up but ignores Guild's commands to get on the ground and a struggle ensues. The trooper tries to gain control of the driver, but soon another vehicle pulls up. Barber's brother, Travis Wise runs toward the scene and puts the officer in a chokehold. Meantime, Barber tries to grab Guild's weapon. Around 8:44 a.m., two Good Samaritans pull over and run to Guild's rescue. Both Barber and Wise were arrested at the scene. They face numerous charges, with Assault Strangulation carrying the most weight at 10 years if found guilty. The remainder of the dashcam video shows other MSP officers arrive along with an ambulance. Officers speak with both men who witnessed the attack and helped Guild, in what otherwise could have turned deadly.
Russian Su-30SM advanced fighter jets show off skills at the 14th Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition.
Video shows giant jet engines in action that are so powerfull to blow grown men away during B1 Lancer and F-16 Fighting Falcon afterburner tests.
A security camera captured the moment a woman was smacked in the head by a parking gate. The unsuspecting woman is seen walking at a Sydney parking lot without noticing the gate is about to come down. To her surprise, she finds herself standing in the wrong spot when the metal bar drops. 'I literally thought I'd been shot,' Samantha Hall, 21, identified as the unlucky woman in the video, told Caters News. Hall, who works as a graphic designer, explained she wasn't paying attention to the gate because she was trying to help a client find a parking spot.
A thug hurled a fellow train passenger out of a carriage and rained kicks and punches at him after he nudged him awake at the wrong stop. Sam Pearce, 24, felt he was made to 'look stupid' by Benjamin Kerr whom he then kicked in the chest and punched multiple times in the head, breaking his nose. Mr Kerr, 39, had fallen asleep during the journey at about 1.30am and awoke at St Albans in Hertfordshire, believing that the train had arrived at its final destination.He then nudged Pearce awake, but the pair soon realised that they were at the wrong station on the Thameslink train on June 17, 2015. Pearce, from Harrow, North West London, became 'frustrated' and then walked through the train to find Mr Kerr before attacking him. On Friday Pearce was jailed for a year after a jury found him guilty of assaulting and causing actual bodily harm to Mr Kerr, from Flitwick, Bedfordshire. British Transport Police Sergeant Stephen Bartlett said: 'Pearce displayed overwhelming levels of aggression during this unprovoked and vicious assault. 'His defence was that he was getting back at the victim for making him look "stupid". 'This is a totally unreasonable claim and he should be ashamed for his callous and reckless actions. 'The victim was simply trying to help Pearce by making sure he left the train at the final stop. He was apologetic for his mistake and was not expecting the violence that came next. 'As you can imagine this was an utterly terrifying experience for the victim who was left shaking on the platform. He thankfully sustained no long term injuries as a result of this assault. 'Pearce's sentence reflects the severity of his actions and reinforces the message that attacks like this will always be dealt with severely. And we will do everything on our power to bring those responsible to justice.'
Wyclef Jean is lashing out at the Los Angeles Police Department after he was pulled over and placed in handcuffs early Tuesday morning on his way home from the studio. The Grammy-winning singer, 47, detailed the incident hours later on Twitter, while also posting two videos taken at the scene taken by singer T Baby, who was with him at the time. 'LAPD another case of mistaken identity. Black man with red bandana robbed a gas station as I was in the studio working but im in handcuffs?' wrote Wyclef in one tweet. He is now threatening to sue the department over how he was treated by the two deputies. A police spokesperson told DailyMail.com that the deputies stopped the former member of the Fugees because he was driving a similar car and wearing the same bandanna as an armed robbery suspect. Sergeant Duncan of the LA County Sheriff Department's West Hollywood station confirmed that Wyclef was detained by deputies around 1am on Tuesday. There had been an armed robbery nearby and the suspect was driving a car similar in make and color to Wyclef's according Sergeant Duncan, and also wearing a red bandanna. The deputies released Wyclef after briefly questioning him and he has not yet filed a complaint with the department said Sergeant Duncan. Wyclef gave his version of events on Twitter, which are not vastly different from the account given by authorities. 'I was asked by the police to Put my hands up. Then I was told do not move. I was instantly hand cuffed before being asked to identify myself,'; wrote Wyclef. 'Nor was I told why I was being cuffed. In the process I said my name and told them they have wrong person.' He then went on to state: 'They proceeded to ignore me and I was treated like a criminal until other police showed up and pointed out they had wrong person.' And in his final tweet he wrote: 'As some one who has law enforcers in my family, I was appalled by this behavior of the LAPD.'
A brutal fight between several women in a late night diner in Pennsylvania has resulted in no charges, but its participants have become viral famous. A clip of the shocking incident uploaded to the Realist People of Lancaster Facebook page has received almost one million views since Sunday night and over 3,000 comments. It's unclear what caused at least five women to come to blows at the Park City Diner at 884 Plaza Blvd in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, at 2:30am on Saturday, but the diner's manager told the Evening Sun that he thought the women all knew each other.He said there's a 'rowdy crowd' on weekends and although he employs a bouncer, things can get out of hand, reported the outlet. Police said they were called but arrived too late to stop the incident and no charges were filed. 'The fight itself was not occurring when we got there,' Lt. Tom Rudzinski told Lancaster Online. 'Everybody involved left prior to our arrival. We did get the call and we did respond.'It's unclear how long it took police to respond, but the video shows one minute of fighting which appears to go on after the camera stops. The video starts when a woman with medium-length brown hair and olive green pants pushes another woman by her face into a booth and begins pummeling the the victim with her fists. A man sitting across from the fight is eating onion rings and does not appear perturbed enough to stop eating despite the violence only a few feet away.The aggressor rains heavy blows down in the victim's face. Meanwhile, the camera pans to another area of the diner, where two different women are fighting. The camera then goes back to the original women, the victim is still being punched in the face. Almost a minute into their melee, hands are seen dragging the aggressor away. When the victim sits up, she is bloodied on the left side of her face. At this point, another woman in a lighter top comes around and appears to try to land a blow on the bloodied woman's head, but she is stopped by a bystander. The bouncer in a black shirt seems to have his hands full trying to keep the original woman from coming back and landing more blows. Many people in the diner are watching, filming with cell phones, and yelling.