Clinton Photographed Having Trouble With Stairs, Fueling Rumors Of Bad Health

Hillary Clinton’s health could be taking a nose-dive, people are speculating, after the presidential candidate was seen being escorted by staffers up a flight of stairs on the campaign trail in South Carolina. Twitter / Account Suspended From breaking news and entertainment to sports and politics, get the full story with all the live commentary. …

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A Short, Politically Incorrect Climate Conversation

Larry Bell is an endowed professor of space architecture at the University of Houston where he founded the Sasakawa International Center for Space Architecture (SICSA) and the graduate program in space architecture. He is the author of “Scared Witless: Prophets and Profits of Climate Doom”(2015) and “Climate of Corruption: Politics and Power Behind the Global …

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Family Of Muslim Teen Arrested For Clock ‘Hoax Bomb’ Sues Texas School

The family of a 14-year-old who was arrested in September for bringing a homemade clock to his Texas high school and then charged with having a “hoax bomb” has filed a federal lawsuit against school officials for violating his civil rights.   “For the safety of my family, I have to go back to Qatar, …

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Saving The Planet

Using helicopters to de-ice windmills to save the planet from human CO2 emissions.  #Irony #Stupidity  That reminds me of using diesel generators to power the charging stations for Teslas. 

Judge wants to see DOE documents

The federal government may not use Idaho as a dump. A federal judge has ordered the U.S. Department of Energy to make available the court documents sought by former Idaho Gov. Cecil Andrus involving nuclear waste shipments to eastern Idaho. U.S. District Court Judge B. Lynn Winmill on Monday ordered the agency to produce the …

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Wikileaks offers $20k reward over dead DNC staffer, but won’t confirm he leaked emails

The whistleblowing organization Wikileaks wants to catch those responsible for the murder of Democratic National Committee (DNC) staffer Seth Rich and are now offering a $20,000 reward for information. The group’s co-founder Julian Assange suggested on Dutch television that if Rich is the source of the 20,000 emails exposing the party’s sabotage of the Bernie …

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That time in 2008 when Hillary Clinton said Obama might be assassinated

All the focus is on Trump’s cryptic comment.  But no one remembers Hillary’s explicit comment? Convenient.  This week’s controversy over comments by Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and the assassination of his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton by “second amendment people” echoes a flap during the 2008 primary when she mentioned the possibility of someone killing …

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Solar Physicist Sees Global Cooling Ahead

Recent research by Professor Valentina Zharkova (Northumbria University) and colleagues has shed new light on the inner workings of the Sun. If correct, this new discovery means that future solar cycles and variations in the Sun’s activity can be predicted more accurately. The research suggests that the next three solar cycles will see solar activity …

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Idaho Rep. Raúl Labrador ‘Conversations’ Play To His Strengths

Congressman Raul Labrador has come up with a creative way of campaigning for re-election — without making stump speeches. He had a better idea this time, scheduling 20 “Conversations with the Congressman” events throughout the district during the congressional recess. His thought was to have a series of small round-table discussions during the middle of …

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Crews Make Progress On Fire Near Palouse Falls

A 6.25-square-mile wildfire near Palouse Falls in southeast Washington was 65 percent contained by Monday night. The Spokesman-Review reported the blaze was sparked by lightning Sunday near Palouse Falls State Park, a popular hiking destination in Franklin County. Officials said the fire threatened homes, crops, a fish hatchery, a rail line and a state highway …

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San Francisco is testing an algorithm that sets bail

The San Francisco justice system has apparently been testing out an algorithm that can make release recommendations and compute for a bail amount based on several factors. In particular, it looks at defendants’ pending charges, age and how frequently they show up to court. What it doesn’t take into account is a person’s educational background and financial …

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Americans More Positive About Democratic Than GOP Convention

44% view Democratic Party more favorably after convention 35% were more positive about GOP after its convention Clinton’s acceptance speech rated better than Trump’s Americans are evenly divided on whether they view the Democratic Party more favorably (44%) or less favorably (42%) after the party’s national convention last week. However, their ratings of the Republican …

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Americans’ Interest in Watching Olympics Tumbles to New Low

48% in U.S. say they plan to watch a “great deal” or “fair amount” Sharp decline among women fuels drop in interest Fewer know where games will take place compared with previous years Forty-eight percent of Americans say they plan to watch a “great deal” or “fair amount” of the 2016 Summer Olympics. This is …

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Gallup: Beer Reigns as Americans’ Preferred Alcoholic Beverage

Beer remains the alcoholic beverage of choice among Americans who imbibe alcohol. While 43% of Americans who drink alcohol say they prefer beer, 32% say wine and 20% say liquor. These results come from Gallup’s 2016 Consumption Habits survey, conducted July 13-17. The 43% of U.S. adult drinkers who say they drink beer most often …

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