MOSCOW — Thousands of people crowded into Moscow’s Pushkin Square on Sunday for an unsanctioned protest against the Russian government, part of a wave of demonstrations taking place throughout the country. Read MorePages: 1 2
Republicans promised a health care plan that would be cheaper but better than Obamacare. Turns out that’s a lot harder than they figured.
By S.V. Date
WASHINGTON ― As the dust settles from Friday’s collapse of “Trumpcare” in the House of Representatives and fingers try to point out the various losers, at least one clear winner has emerged: facts.
By: Calvin Holloway
As we vastly approach the end of time; Jesus is setting up all the rulers of kingdoms in place. That becomes apparent when you look at the United States Of America Presidential Office. The billionaire businessman Donald Trump, who is running things in the U.S, was put there by Jesus. Read MorePages: 1 2 3
By: Jessica McKinney
Florida lawmakers are poised to make significant revisions to the current Stand Your Ground bill this week, The New York Times reports. Under the proposed rule, it may allow more defendants to claim self-defense without having to provide evidence to support the claim. Instead, the burden would transfer to the prosecutors, who would have to prove, beyond reasonable doubt, that the rule does not apply. Read MorePages: 1 2
By: Shanice Davis
A group of California lawmakers no longer want people to face up to seven years in prison for choosing not to inform their sex partners about their HIV infection before exposing them to the disease during unprotected intercourse. The bill, which would reduce the crime to a misdemeanor, would also apply to people who donate to blood or semen banks without making their HIV or AIDS status known, the Los Angeles Times reports. Read MorePages: 1 2