Trump Will Lose His Special Twitter Protections in January

Donald Trump will be subject to the same Twitter rules as any other user when President-elect Joe Biden takes office on Jan. 20; the social media company confirmed this week. According to NBC News, Twitter places “public interest” notices on rule-breaking tweets from “world leaders,” but once Trump leaves office- this will no longer apply to …

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Rapper Mo3 Was Being Tailed Before Fatal Shooting

Rapper Mo3 was desperately trying to escape his killers before he was gunned down on a Dallas freeway. The rapper was allegedly chased from the moment he left a friend’s house on last Wednesday until his death. According to TMZ, sources close to the situation claim the Dallas-based rapper left …

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74,000 Come Forward To Accuse Boy Scouts Of America Of Sexual Abuse

Boy Scouts lawsuits

Over 74,000 sex abuse accusers have come forward to seek their portion of money from the Boy Scouts of America before the Monday bankruptcy court deadline. According to attorney Andrew Van Arsdale, who will help represent the group Abused in Scouting, the number of accusers alleging sexual abuse claims against …

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19-Year-Old Texas Student Killed While Helping His Friend Push A Stalled Car

Javion Thomas

A Texas A&M University-Commerce student was killed near campus while helping a friend push a stalled car. According to a school statement, Javion Thomas, 19, an electrical engineer major from Dallas, Texas, passed away on Tuesday from injuries sustained during the accident.  A&M-Commerce’s executive director of marketing and communications, Michael …

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The Children Of Jared Kushner And Ivanka Trump Switch Schools After Parents Complain About Them Not Following Coronavirus Guidelines

Jared Kushner And Ivanka Trump

 Donald Trump’s son-in-law and daughter, Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump, have enrolled their three children in a new school after growing concerns that they were not following COVID-19 guidelines. The Jewish Telegraphic Agency was the first to report that the children switched from Milton Gottesman Jewish Day School of the Nation’s …

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Man Serving 505 Years For Money Laundering Freed After 30 Years


A father and grandfather who was serving a 505-year prison sentence for a nonviolent financial crime, have been ordered to be released immediately.  U.S. District Court Judge Stephen V. Wilson has ordered that convicted money launderer Juan Carlos Seresi be released centuries earlier than his 2419 release date “without delay.” …

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