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Television Host Caroline Flack Takes Her Life

Caroline Flack dies at age 20 from suicide.
LONDON, UK—Caroline Flack, 40, the host of TV series "Love Island" died on Saturday, February 15 inside her London apartment. The cause of death has been reported as a suicide.  Her family confirmed her death in a statement to PA Media saying, “We can confirm that our Caroline passed away today, the 15th of February. We would ask that the...

Iranian Lawmaker Offers $3 Million Bounty For Trump’s Head

UNITED STATES−Iranian lawmaker, Ahmad Hamzeh offered a bounty for President Donald Trump while speaking to his fellow members of the Iranian Parliament in Tehran on Tuesday, January 21. This is the second bounty on President Trump’s life in 30 days. There are approximately 290 seats in the Iranian Parliament. Hamzeh is a member of Parliament, representing Kerman. Kerman is the...

Jail Time For Bernie Sanders Field Organizer

UNITED STATES−Kyle Jeffrey Jurek, a presidential campaign field organizer for Senator Bernie Sanders was arrested on January 7 and is being held without bond according to arrest records from the Polk County Jail. He was arrested for possession of drugs and failing to have insurance. This is Jurek's second offense for possession of drugs. Project Veritas is currently investigating Jurek...

Press Briefing On New Sanctions Placed On Iran

UNITED STATES−Secretary of the Treasury, Steve Mnuchin and Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo gave a press briefing announcing new sanctions on Iran on Friday, January 10. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lTCErLFbu4Q&feature=youtu.be Mnuchin and Pompeo announced the sanctions imposed in keeping the President’s promise to place sanctions against the Iranian regime. “First, the President is issuing an executive order authorizing the imposition of additional sanctions against any...

Congress Passes War Powers Resolution

UNITED STATES−Democrats in Congress, along with three Republicans passed the War Powers Resolution on Thursday, January 9. The unbinding resolution is intended to keep the President of the United States from making decisions in time of conflict without the approval of Congress. The House of Representatives voted Thursday night approving the resolution which requires the POTUS to seek Congressional approval...

Mohammad Javad Zarif Denied U.S. Visa

UNITED STATES−The United States government under the request of Secretary of Defense, Mike Pompeo, denied a visa of Iran’s top diplomat, Foreign Minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif. Zarif had been the chief negotiator in official nuclear talks with the United States and was expected to speak at a United Nations security counsel meeting in New York on Thursday, January 9. The meeting...

Iranian General Killed In U.S. Airstrikes

UNITED STATES−Pentagon officials reported that Iranian Major-General Qasem Soleimani was killed in a U.S. airstrike on Thursday, January 2 in Baghdad. The airstrike took place at Baghdad’s International Airport. The U.S. Department of Defense made the announcement in a press release on January 2. “At the direction of the President, the U.S. military has taken decisive defensive action to protect...

U.S. Troops Deployed To Baghdad

UNITED STATES—One hundred troops from the Special Marine Corp Response Team were deployed on Tuesday, December 31, to the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad after angry Iraqi Shiite militiamen along with their supporters broke into the compound, smashed windows, vandalized and set fire to the roof of the reception area. U.S. military fired out warning shots and tear gas on Wednesday,...

Four People Dead After A Mass Shooting At Naval Air Station

FLORIDA—A mass shooting transpired at Naval Air Station Pensacola on Friday, December 6 at approximately 6:30 a.m., leaving four people dead. Timothy Kinsella Jr, the Commander at Naval Air Station Pensacola, stated in a media briefing that the initial call of an active shooter came in at around 6:30 a.m. The Escambia County Sheriff’s Station responded to the call where...

Nine Americans Killed By Drug Cartel In Mexico

UNITED STATES—A total of nine U.S. citizens were killed in Mexico by drug cartels on Monday, November 4. Those killed include three mothers from La Mora, a large Mormon settlement located 70 miles from Douglas, Arizona. The women were traveling to Chihuahua, Mexico to attend a wedding. Fox News reported that one of the vehicles en route to the wedding...
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