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Portland Stabbing Suspect Yells 'Free Speech or Die' in Court Rant

Portland Stabbing Suspect Yells 'Free Speech or Die' in Court Rant

The deaths of two Portland , Oregon, men last Friday, have reminded me that everyday citizens also make patriotic sacrifices. Joseph was arrested but he continued his rant as he sat in the back of a police auto and said: "I stabbed the two (expletives) in the neck and I'm happy now".



White House seeks to wall off Russia questions

At Wednesday's briefing, which was off-camera, one reporter could be heard shouting after the departing press secretary, "How short are these gonna be!?" Trump has privately and publicly pinned much of the blame for his administration's rough start on the White House's communications strategy.



Senate panel eager to hear from Comey, given OK to testify

A senior committee aide said any subpoenas related to unmasking were not part of the Russian Federation probe run by Conaway and Schiff. A person close to Flynn says that he will be turning over documents related to two of his businesses as well as some personal documents that the committee requested in May 2017.


Musicians Respond to Donald Trump's Strange 'Covfefe' Tweet

Musicians Respond to Donald Trump's Strange 'Covfefe' Tweet

This confounding tweet was eventually deleted, but Trump soon followed up with another one, which read, "Who can figure out the true meaning of "covfefe"??? Enjoy!" Well, not the ones to be left behind, Indian Twitter users joined the bandwagon and came up with some of the most hilarious #covfefe memes you will chance upon on the Internet! "And, you know, the uproar of the mainstream media because he put a word out that now everyone is talking about is incredible to me", Lewandowski ...


A guide to the 2017 Scripps National Spelling Bee

A guide to the 2017 Scripps National Spelling Bee

The third round of competition will start in the afternoon, and the finals are scheduled to take place Thursday. To determine those spellers, the scores of the preliminary vocabulary and spelling test are considered. Aiden Arnett, of Morgantown, misspelled "dissentient" and was eliminated in the third round. None of the West Virginia participants were called on stage as finalists, as they did not have enough points to qualify.



Security fears as Trump hands out mobile phone number

President Trump is giving his cellphone number to world leaders and urging them to ring him up - a move that appears unprecedented and that experts warn could compromise sensitive information. "If you are speaking on an open line, then it's an open line, meaning those who have the ability to monitor those..." Trump's decision to breach this protocol signals an ongoing distrust of official channels and modus operandi.