- Mississippi Woman: Join ISIS, Move to Middle East Was the Plan
<id=”copy_small”>Mississippi woman Jaelyn Young plead guilty of conspiring to join ISIS in federal court on Tuesday.
- Texas Hospice Overdoses Patients to Maximize Profit, Says FBI
<id=”copy_small”>A Texas hospice may have purposely overdosed patients to accelerate their deaths and maximize profits, says a newly obtained FBI affidavit.
- Salem Radio Shakeup: Hugh Hewitt, Larry Elder Promoted to New Time Slots
<id=”copy_small”>Conservative radio stars Hugh Hewitt and Larry Elder will shift their commentary to highly-coveted timeslots at Salem Radio Network’s KRLA-AM in Los Angeles this month.
- California Drought Not Over Yet Despite Snowpack Progress
<id=”copy_small”>The California drought is expected to continue even though the Sierra Nevada’s snowpack is at 97 percent of its historical average after measurements were taken this week.
- Virginia Shooting: Trooper Killed During Bus Station Confrontation
<id=”copy_small”>A Virginia state trooper died in a shooting at a Greyhound bus station on Thursday in Richmond, Virginia. The suspect was also killed and two others were injured.
- Mohawk the Lion Put Down by Rangers After Thrashing Man
<id=”copy_small”>Mohawk the lion, said to be one of the most famous big cats in Kenya, was killed by wildlife rangers after he wandered into a town and thrashed a man. The majestic 13-year-old male was so named because of the shape of his black mane.
- Google ‘Mic Drop’ April Fools Joke Falls Flat With Gmailers
<id=”copy_small”>Google’s “Mic Drop” April Fools’ prank backfired, and the tech giant removed the joke after rankling users of its Gmail service.
- Italian Nurse Murdered Patients Using Blood Thinners, Police Say
<id=”copy_small”>An Italian nurse was arrested Wednesday and stands accused of murdering 13 patients in fewer than two years.
- Toxic BPA Cans Found on US, Canadian Food Store Shelves
<id=”copy_small”>The toxic chemical BPA has been found in food cans sold in stores in the United States and Canada, according to study done by six nonprofit groups and reported on by the National Post.
- Brazilian Official Resigns: General Subs as Sports Minister Just 4 Months Before Olympics
<id=”copy_small”>Just four month before Brazil hosts the Olympics, the country’s sports minister is stepping down and will be temporarily replaced by a top military official, said the office of embattled President Dilma Rousseff.
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