Facebook Transcribing User Audio

August 15, 2019

Facebook—like Amazon, Apple, and Google—has been recording and transcribing audio without the knowledge or consent of users.

The Epstein Rabbit Hole

July 15, 2019

There are many questions about accused billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. The biggest may be why a federal prosecutor was told to cut a non-prosecution deal with Epstein in 2008 because he “belonged to intelligence.”

Hundreds of Migrants from Congo Dropped in San Antonio

June 10, 2019

San Antonio officials were surprised when hundreds of illegal immigrants from Congo were dropped off in their city last week with hundreds more arriving soon. Who helped them get here, and why is the US admitting migrants from a country in the middle of an Ebola outbreak?

Disastrous Flooding in Midwest

April 2, 2019

The Midwest is suffering through flooding of biblical proportions, and it may get worse. Experts worry that the Fort Peck Dam on the upper Missouri River could fail, which could devastate the country from Montana to Saint Louis.

Bad Budget

February 14, 2019

The compromise budget proposal in Congress only gives the president $1.4 billion for a border wall, a quarter of what he requested, while sending $5.3 billion for border fencing to Israel, Jordan, and Ukraine.

Hardening the Border

November 20, 2018

Border security was tightened over the weekend at the crossing between Tijuana, Mexico and San Diego. Meanwhile, Tijuana residents took to the streets to protest what the mayor of Tijuana called a “horde” of Central American migrants.

Tough Day in Court

August 22, 2018

President Trump’s former campaign chair is convicted on tax and bank fraud, while his former personal attorney pleads guilty to campaign finance laws.

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