Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley said about 20,000 supporters of President Donald Trump were unable to attend his political rally because the crowd was so big.

Saturday, 22 September 2018 00:15

Grassley grants Kavanaugh accuser another extension

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Saturday, 22 September 2018 00:09

Top things you may have missed in policing this week

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It was his vehicle, and he was shot for getting into it 

It was dark, nighttime. And Lyndo Jones was sitting inside his truck in a parking lot in Mesquite, Texas, when Officer Derick Wiley approached, gun drawn.

The cartoon below, by the dean of political cartoonists Michael Ramirez, brilliantly illustrates the real assault that’s happened during the Kavanaugh controversy:

Nails it!_Senate Judiciary to Hold Kavanaugh Vote on Monday

Friday, 21 September 2018 23:56

Gunmen kill man, wound 2 inside Acapulco beach restaurant

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Saturday, 22 September 2018 00:11

3 arrested after teen boy found naked and chained inside home

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Electoral College opponents must be desperate to get the support of Republicans. No matter what they do, they can’t convince a red state to buy into their plan to effectively eliminate America’s unique presidential system.

The media want you to believe the deck is stacked against Christine Blasey Ford and that the Senate Judiciary Committee should break its back accommodating her lawyer’s every wish to get her to testify next week — but the media have already stacked the deck against the accused, Judge Brett Kavanaugh.

Saturday, 22 September 2018 00:00

Keep iPhone production in China

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As President Trump’s trade policy careens along, it’s clear that a key goal is prodding U.S.-based firms to shift foreign production to the United States. The revised NAFTA agreement’s mandate that a certain percentage of auto parts be produced by workers earning at least $16 per hour, for example, is clearly designed to shift such work away from Mexico.

As prospects fade for bipartisan infrastructure legislation, a new report highlights the dire consequences to public health and safety that will result from continued deterioration of the nation’s underground water networks.