Former FBI Director James Comey has agreed to testify in an open session before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, according to Committee Chairman Senator Richard Burr and Committee Vice Chairman Senator Mark Warner. The hearing, which will focus on Comey’s role in the investigation into the alleged ties between President Donald Trump’s election campaign […]

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The UFO Festival in McMinnville, Oregon, began on May 18 and is scheduled to conclude on May 21. Although it is advertised as the country’s “second largest” ailen festival, the event is expected to draw nearly 10,000 attendees to the region. In contrast, July’s Roswell UFO Festival, which remains the largest alien festival in the […]

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Former FBI Director James Comey told a friend that while attending a White House event earlier this year, he attempted to use his blue suit to blend in with blue curtains in the room because he wanted to avoid being noticed by Trump and prevent further awkward interaction him. When eventually Trump saw him and […]

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After seven years of attempting to bring WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on rape charges, Swedish officials announced Friday that the nation was dropping its investigation. Assange has stayed at the Ecuadorian embassy in London since 2012, when he first sought asylum to avoid being extradited for the sexual assault allegations. On Friday, Assange emerged on […]

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In what the United States is calling an “unprofessional intercept,” Chinese jets belonging to the People’s Liberation Army Air Force intercepted a U.S. Air Force plane designed to detect radiation signatures consistent with nuclear tests. The WC-135 was operating over the East China Sea on Wednesday, May 17, 2017, when it was met by the […]

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Former New York Congressman Anthony Weiner is expected to plead guilty to charges that he transferred obscene materials to a teenager. The disgraced politician faces potential jail time for the latest in a long string of sexting scandals that destroyed his once distinguished career. The 52-year-old has reportedly accepted a plea agreement, which required him […]

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The threat of World War 3 has become far more imminent in the past few months as tensions have escalated with North Korea, Syria, and even Russia after Trump took office. However, the recent development on both the Syrian and North Korean front have raised the possibility of the outbreak of a war sooner than […]

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The proclamation of “Police Week” from the Twitter account of President Donald J. Trump may seem to have come late, towards the end of “Police Week,” and might be called a Twitter attempt to distract from President Trump’s ability to spell the word counsel correctly, as reported by the Inquisitr, but nevertheless, “Police Week” is […]

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Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange, is finally free to leave the Ecuadorian embassy in London whenever he wishes to do so. Sweden’s top prosecutor, Marianne Ny, on Friday released a statement announcing that the rape charges against Mr. Assange had been dropped. However, Scotland Yard quickly responded to the news by warning Assange that he would […]

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