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Trump Bans Trans in the Military

President Donald Trump has bi-passed media to announce on Twitter a potential Transgender military ban, just a day after the senate passed a vote on healthcare reform. With public out cry of equal rights, it’s uncertain if

First Woman Enlists to Become Navy SEAL

Two women have enlisted as the first female candidates seeking to join the Navy’s special operations teams. Up until January 2016, women weren’t allowed to serve in combat roles, including special  SEALs and SWCC. First woman enlists

OJ Simpson Gets Paroled

A Nevada parole board unanimously granted O.J. Simpson early release from the Lovelock Correctional Center. The former football star could be free as soon as October 1 after serving 9 years. OJ Simpson to be freed from

Yosemite Wildfires Threaten Thousands

A massive wildfire in Mariposa County triggered a new round of evacuations Tuesday as flames threatened power lines that feed Yosemite National Park, officials said. Thousands flee raging wildfire near Yosemite National Park Via feeds.foxnews.com 07/20/2017 3:49

Chicago Fatal Shootings this Weekend

Over the weekend 10 people were fatally shot in Chicago, including an anti-violence activist and a 9-year-old. There’s been a surge of rash killings in the area with a spike in shootings in recent months, mostly related

Us Retail Numbers Falls for Second Month

 The age of online shopping is here. Americans curtailed their shopping this May and June, with less spending at restaurants, department stores and gasoline stations. Despite a healthy job market retail sales fell 0.2 percent after declining

Mass Man Accused of Threatening Obama

Joseph Gargiulo was arrested last August when an FBI raid of his home turned up assault rifle parts, ammunition, incendiary materials and threatening handwritten notes to assassinate President Obama. He has pleaded guilty to unlawful possession of