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White House Confirms Computer System Cyber Attack

White House Confirms Computer System Cyber Attack

The United States government has confirmed claims of a cyber attack that took place a few weeks ago on White House computer systems. According to sources, the breach did not compromise any classified intelligence, but only slowed down their systems causing slight delays in e-mail communications and disruptions in connectivity. Sources in the White House […]

Supreme Court Justices Lied About Texas Voter ID Law in Dissent?

Supreme Court Justices Lied About Texas Voter ID Law in Dissent?

Following the Supreme Court decision to uphold the legality of voting laws in Texas – which require in-person voters to produce a valid photo ID – left-wing Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg penned a dissenting opinion, in which, it appears, she lied about what is, and is not, an acceptable form of identification for […]

Prominent D.C. Rabbi Barry Freundel Pleads Not Guilty to Voyeurism

Prominent D.C. Rabbi Barry Freundel Pleads Not Guilty to Voyeurism

Prominent Washington rabbi Barry Freundel appeared in court on charges that he used a hidden camera to record six women as they changed their clothing in preparation for the Jewish cleansing bath ritual in association with the rabbi’s synagogue. He appeared in the District of Columbia Superior Court today to plead not guilty to the […]

White House Intruder Reported to Have Made It Through Much of First Floor

White House Intruder Reported to Have Made It Through Much of First Floor

A Republican member of Congress said on Monday that the man who reportedly scaled the White House and made it to the main door on Sept. 19 actually gained entrance to the mansion. According to the congressman, intruder Omar Gonzalez ran through a number of rooms on the main floor of the White House before being […]

Man Who Jumped Fence at White House Will Remain in Jail

Man Who Jumped Fence at White House Will Remain in Jail

Omar Gonzalez, the man who jumped the fence at the White House, will remain in jail for 10 days while law enforcement in Wythe County, Virginia start legal proceedings to repeal bail in another of his cases. Gonzalez was arrested for evading police authorities and also having a sawed-off shotgun in his possession. Gonzalez, age […]

Rats Living Inside Dead Corpse Nearly Kill Autopsy Specialist

Rats Living Inside Dead Corpse Nearly Kill Autopsy Specialist

A former contracting Autopsy Specialist was bitten by a rat while working in Providence Hospital’s morgue. The rat came out of the body’s cavity and bit her. The woman, Doris Kennard, contracted Rat-bite fever, MRSA, Sepsis and suffered post traumatic stress disorder, severe depression and many seizures along with a host of other ailments. Kennard […]

Uber: Lowering DUIs and Increasing Chases

Uber: Lowering DUIs and Increasing Chases

Uber is a quasi-taxi system that allows user to hail a ride using a cell phone app. The company’s founders are Garrett Camp and Travis Kalanick. Camp was the original CEO, he later switched with Kalanick, choosing instead to step down to Vice president of operations. The company was launched in June of 2010 in […]

Independence Day Bursting in Washington DC

Independence Day Bursting in Washington DC

Independence Day celebrations are set to burst in the air across the United States on Friday but no rocket’s red glare will illuminate as much history as the celebrations in the National Mall this weekend. In addition to the spectacular fireworks display in the nation’s capital on Friday, the National Park Service and the National […]

Libyan Militant Charged in Benghazi Attacks in United States Federal Custody

Libyan Militant Charged in Benghazi Attacks in United States Federal Custody

  The Libyan militant, Ahmed Abu Khatallah, who has been charged in the 2012 Benghazi attacks, is in United States federal law enforcement custody and might be facing a judge as quickly as Saturday, stated U.S. authorities. Khatallah is being detained at a federal courthouse in Washington, D.C. amidst extremely tight security, explained William Miller, […]

Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery Offers a Presidential Exhibit

Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery Offers a Presidential Exhibit

As part of its gallery exhibits at the National Portrait Gallery, the Smithsonian Institution offers installations featuring multiple portraits of 43 U.S. Presidents. The centerpiece of the presidential gallery is the famous “Lansdowne” portrait of George Washington painted by Rhode Island native Gilbert Stuart in 1796. Also included in the presidential exhibits is the famous “cracked-plate” photograph of Abraham […]

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