Stargazers, get your binoculars ready: a string of bright planets, called a “Planet Parade,” will grace the night’s sky this week, and the show is expected to last several days.
It’s just the start of what will be a breathtaking month. A “worm moon” rose on March 1, and another full moon, known as a “blue moon,” will pop up on March 31. But this may be the most stunning show yet.
In The News:
This column provides a daily update on key presidential actions as well as comments, whether spoken aloud or on Twitter, by President Trump.
The police captain who told sheriff’s deputies to ‘stage’ and form a perimeter outside Stoneman Douglas High School as students and teachers were shot inside on February 14 has been named and pictured.
Jan Jordan, 49, was in charge of deputies who responded to the first calls of the shooting in Parkland, Florida, last month, according to police sources.
An NYPD Emergency Services Unit testified that one of the children was “partially decapitated” and the other has a similar injury “straight down to the spine,” according to The New York Post.
SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook is under fire for asking users whether pedophiles should be able to proposition underage girls for sexually explicit photographs on the giant social network.
The survey is the latest in a series of missteps by the Silicon Valley company, which has been criticized for allowing content that exploits children.
MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. (WJRT) — Three days after a double homicide in a Central Michigan University residence hall, the suspect remains hospitalized in police custody.
James Davis Jr., 19, was still a patient in a Mount Pleasant hospital on Monday with a police officer stationed outside his room.
Davis is accused of shooting and killing his parents, Diva and James Davis Sr. of Illinois, around 9 a.m. Friday on the fourth floor of Campbell Hall in the Towers residence hall complex.
ASHLAND, Ohio – An 8-year-old boy loaded a rifle, repeatedly shot his 4-year-old sister at home and then informed their mother, who left work to check the girl’s injuries, cleaned up a bloody bed cover and returned to work, leaving the children alone again, a prosecutor said.
Alyssa Edwards, 27, is jailed on child endangerment charges related to the Saturday shooting in Hayesville, about 70 miles (110 kilometers) southwest of Cleveland.
EAST LANSING, MI – Nearly 500 protesters showed up to Michigan State University to rally against a speaking event for avowed white supremacist Richard Spencer on Monday.
A crowd of roughly 500 protesters gathered in front of the Michigan State University agricultural pavilion, where Spencer was set to speak at 4:30 p.m. The speech was pushed back to 5 p.m. as violent clashes erupted between his supporters and the protesters,
Police are hunting for a man wearing a suit and tie after he was caught on video punching a straphanger in New York City’s Times Square subway station in an unprovoked attack as bystanders watched and walked away.
The well-dressed man was walking off the train on Feb. 27 when he punched a 22-year-old man several times, police said. Surveillance video caught the attacker swinging his fists against the man’s head until he fell to the ground.
Police are seeking a suspect who was captured on tape viciously beating a man holding his 4-year-old daughter while at a Colorado bar last Thursday.
The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office released a video Monday of the suspect and another man, Joel Michael Wilson, 31, viciously beating Richard Warry Brown, 39, as he held his four-year-old daughter. The incident occurred at Crossroads Pizza and Wings in Pine Junction.
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – An Indiana State Police tactical team shot and killed a man suspected of killing a woman and wounding someone else, ending a standoff on its second day, authorities said Tuesday.
The suspect made threatening gestures before he was shot and he died at the scene, State Police Sgt. Joe Watts said. His name hasn’t been released.
The U.S. assisted-suicide movement pretends to want a limited legalization of assisted suicide to competent adults with a terminal illness.
If we ever do that — the jury is still out — then, the killing license thereby granted will not only expand way beyond the terminally ill, but will eventually also include children and the incompetent.
The evidence of this isn’t hard to find. Case in point.
Authorities arrested Linda Sarsour at Speaker of the House Paul Ryan’s office Monday while demanding Ryan meet with her and others protesting current inaction on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program (DACA) program.
Billionaire Paul Allen, the Microsoft co-founder and Seattle Seahawks owner, has made another huge nautical find: the USS Lexington, which was lost at the Battle of Coral Sea 76 years ago.
The fleet aircraft carrier, the first to be sunk by opposing carrier aircraft in World War II, was found near Australia below Coral Sea in a remarkably well-preserved condition, news.com.au reported.
A father punished his son by making him walk to school after finding out he was bullying people on the school bus.
Bryan Thornhill took a video from inside his car of his 10-year-old son running outside in the rain.
He started the video by saying ‘Hey everyone, welcome to you better listen to your Dad 2018.
Deep State / Government Corruption:
The Australian diplomat whose tip in 2016 prompted the Russia-Trump investigation previously arranged one of the largest foreign donations to Bill and Hillary Clinton’s charitable efforts, documents show.
The Justice Department’s inspector general is reportedly close to releasing a report on its investigation into the handling of the Clinton Foundation. FBI Director Christopher Wray reportedly asked deputy director Andrew McCabe to step down in light of some of the findings of the inspector general.
Clinton Cash, is a feature documentary based on the Peter Schweizer book that the New York Times hailed as “The most anticipated and feared book of a presidential cycle.”
Democrat Megan Barry, Nashville’s first female mayor, pleaded guilty Tuesday morning to felony theft of government property worth more than $10,000 and is expected to resign from office later in the day, according to multiple reports.
The Dan Bongino Show March 6, 2018: Ep. 670 The Truth is Finally Coming Out
In this episode I discuss the new revelations about the Obama/Clinton spying scandal. The Trump team was framed, and the information is finally coming out.
Islamic State fighters and other insurgent groups committed war crimes including deadly attacks on civilians and using them as human shields, the investigators said in their latest report covering six months through January 15.
During the period, “victims of the Syrian conflict have suffered greatly as violence countrywide re-escalated to new heights,” the U.N. Commission of Inquiry said.
A Democratic mayor’s warning to illegal immigrants of an incoming ICE raid in northern California may have led to a number of illegal immigrants with violent and sex-related convictions evading capture and deportation.
The raid led to the arrest of 232 illegal immigrants in the San Francisco Bay Area, 180 of which ICE said “were either convicted criminals, had been issued a final order of removal and failed to depart the United States, or had been previously removed” from the country and had come back illegally.
A federal judge in Northern California has declined a request from California Attorney General Xavier Becerra to block the Trump administration’s decision to withhold a law enforcement grant to the state as part of its crackdown on states and jurisdictions that protect illegal immigrants.
Commentary / Opinion:
There’s little doubt Broward County Public Schools superintendent Robert Runcie’s rabid implementation of his “no arrest” policy in 2011 helped Nikolas Cruz to stay “in the classroom and out of the courtroom,” a phrase Runcie often repeated when touting his signature PROMISE program.
But according to many outside reports, by 2015, the Obama-directed school discipline guidelines were creating chaos in the country’s classrooms. After Oklahoma City instituted the new discipline policies, teachers referred violent students to the administration, only to have them returned to the classroom a short time later.
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