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Friday, February 23, 2018

“Recovered” FBI Texts Reveal Investigative Favoritism Towards Hillary Clinton

(This report is a continuation of the saga which chronicles the "lost" and then "found" text messages between FBI agents Peter Strzok and Lisa...

Explore Talent Settles FTC Claims Regarding COPPA Violations

Explore Talent, a web-based talent search company, was accused of violating COPPA by the FTC. To settle those claims, Explore Talent will pay $235,000...

Stratford Career Institute Failed to Meet Basic High School Requirements for High School Program

Recently, the FTC mailed out more than 8,000 refund checks to students who enrolled in Stratford Career Institute’s high school program. According to Stratford...
Richard Burr and Mark Warner, in charge of the Senate Russia probe

Russia Probe: Senate Intel Issues Updates and Warnings

Top Senate Intelligence Committee officials warned future political candidates that Russia will likely continue to interfere in our electoral process. Senators Mark Warner (D-VA) and...

Federal Class Action Filed Against David Wade Correctional Center in Homer, Louisiana

A federal class action lawsuit was filed against David Wade Correctional Center in Homer, Louisiana. The lawsuit alleges that inmates who are mentally ill...
Arizona State Rep. Don Shooter

Arizona House Expels GOP Rep. Shooter over Sexual Harassment Allegations

The Arizona House of Representatives approved a resolution to expel a Republican committee chairman facing multiple allegations of sexual harassment. On Thursday, Arizona House Speaker...

Justice Department Is Finding “Missing” FBI Text Messages

(This report is an update to the prequel story regarding the "missing" FBI text messages.) New coverage from The Daily Wire affirms that the Department...

Federal Lawsuit Against Omaha Police Dropped the Day Before Trial Set to Start

On December 19, 2017, a federal trial involving Omaha police as a defendant was set to start. However, the plaintiff, Deandre Crittenden, decided that...

Indiana Carpet Cleaner Files Federal Lawsuit After Receiving Ticket for Flipping Off State Trooper

A self-employed carpet cleaner in Indiana recently filed a federal lawsuit against Indiana State Police with the help of the ACLU. Mark May, the...

Maury County Board of Education Named Co-Defendant in Lawsuit Over Kidnapping of Teen by...

As a nation, we waited for 39 days to find out what happened to teacher Tad Cummins after he kidnapped his student, 15-year-old Elizabeth...

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Four Governors Form Coalition to Fight Gun Violence

The governors of four states including Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, and Rhode Island agreed to form a coalition to fight gun violence. Their action...