According to a report from Mobile, AL CBS affiliate WKRG, “at least one person” in their viewing area had received a robocall seeking “damaging information about Roy Moore.”
The robocall, captured in a voicemail recording by Creola, AL pastor Al Moore, is from a man claiming to be a Washington Post reporter by the name of “Bernie Bernstein” and offers a “reward” for “damaging remarks.”
“Hi, this is Bernie Bernstein, I’m a reporter for The Washington Post calling to find out if anyone at this address is a female between the ages of 54 to 57 years old willing to make damaging remarks about candidate Roy Moore for a reward of between $5,000 and $7,000. We will not be fully investigating these claims however we will make a written report. I can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, thank you.”
Infowars reporter Millie Weaver goes undercover as 'Rainbow Snatch' to the Austin International Drag Festival to investigate how children are being over-sexualized and indoctrinated into fetish lifestyles. The drag festival was sated with raunchy language and provocative dancing with very young children participating. Astonishingly, the afternoon event climaxed with a burlesque dance from an 11-year-old transgender boy.
The city government of Phoenix picked up something rather extraterrestrial on its city cam around 8:30 p.m. local time Tuesday night:
There is a more logical and scientific explanation for the Phoenix light. Arizona's 12 News reports that the "Leonid meteor shower is active in November, and it is expected to peak later this week." The city government, too, tagged its video with the hashtag #Meteor.
That being said, 12 News does leave room for anyone who wants to believe: "It's not clear whether this flash was related to that meteor shower."
A man killed Tuesday — marking the city’s 600th homicide this year — was among five people shot in a 7-hour span of gun violence on the South and West sides.
Three men were shot, one of them fatally, when someone opened fire from a light-colored vehicle shortly after 4 p.m. in the 500 block of South Lockwood in the West Side Austin neighborhood. A 25-year-old man was was shot multiple times in the head and pronounced dead at the scene less than an hour later, Chicago Police and the Cook County medical examiner’s office said. His name has not been released, pending notification of his family. A 32-year-old man was shot in the groin and buttocks, and a 28-year-old man suffered a graze wound to the head. Both of their conditions were stabilized at Stroger Hospital.
The fatality marked Chicago’s 600th homicide of 2017, including shootings, assaults and other types of incidents, according to data maintained by the Chicago Sun-Times. The city ended last year with 781 homicides and hit the 600 mark on Oct. 17, 2016.
"Eight hundred," says the auctioneer. "900 ... 1,000 ... 1,100 ..." Sold. For 1,200 Libyan dinars -- the equivalent of $800.
Not a used car, a piece of land, or an item of furniture. Not "merchandise" at all, but two human beings.
One of the unidentified men being sold in the grainy cell phone video obtained by CNN is Nigerian. He appears to be in his twenties and is wearing a pale shirt and sweatpants.
He has been offered up for sale as one of a group of "big strong boys for farm work," according to the auctioneer, who remains off camera. Only his hand -- resting proprietorially on the man's shoulder -- is visible in the brief clip.
After seeing footage of this slave auction, CNN worked to verify its authenticity and traveled to Libya to investigate further.
Carrying concealed cameras into a property outside the capital of Tripoli last month, we witness a dozen people go "under the hammer" in the space of six or seven minutes.
"Does anybody need a digger? This is a digger, a big strong man, he'll dig," the salesman, dressed in camouflage gear, says. "What am I bid, what am I bid?"
Buyers raise their hands as the price rises, "500, 550, 600, 650 ..." Within minutes it is all over and the men, utterly resigned to their fate, are being handed over to their new "masters."
After the auction, we met two of the men who had been sold. They were so traumatized by what they'd been through that they could not speak, and so scared that they were suspicious of everyone they met.
Once again we see just how stupid some of these Libtard can truly be. Watch this want to be Antifa goon act like a complete moron outside of his gun store after being politely asked to leave by the store clerk.
At one point the idiot even suggest that the Gaston flag is actually racist, and apparently is also a symbol of Nazi-ism. Which obviously makes absolutely no sense, but these people are just this stupid.
The entire event occurred in Olympia, Washington.
This is the emotional moment rescuers pulled a baby from his dead mother's arms after she sacrificed herself to protect him from an earthquake that killed more than 400 people on the Iran-Iraq border.
The woman was found holding the baby in the rubble of a building in Kermanshah, western Iran, where 432 people were killed and nearly 8,200 people injured.
After the video appeared on local media today, three days after the earthquake struck, people paid tribute to the bravery of the mother.
The anti-Russia hysteria that has raged in the US for just over a year now appeared poised to spread to the UK last week after British media learned that three past or present Foreign Office ministers - including Boris Johnson - had been targeted by FBI agents in their investigations into George Papadopoulos and Carter Page. The reports aroused suspicions that the ‘Leave’ campaign may have taken money indirectly from the Russian government. Of course, the idea that Russian efforts - part of a three-dimensional Russian plot to diminish the UK’s international influence - managed to sway the vote in favor of Brexit is just as ludicrous as the notion that $100,000 in Facebook promoted posts managed to throw the election to Trump.
And as if to underscore this point, Nigel Farage delivered a speech at the European Parliament - where he represents South East England - pointing out that George Soros’ Open Society Foundation has far more influence on elections across the Europe and the US. And if investigators are looking for evidence of foreign influence, they should start there. After all, George Soros recently signed over most of his assets - some $18 billion worth - to his OSF, which oversees a network of dozens of organizations across Europe.
Colorado drivers may be the first to escape traffic thanks to a new partnership between state officials and a Los Angeles-based hyperloop tech company.
Arrivo founder Brogan BamBrogan joined Colorado transportation officials in Denver Tuesday to announce a partnership to create a network of roadside tubes at the congested heart of the city that promises to whisk drivers and their cars to their destinations at speeds of up to 200 mph.
The public-private players include Arrivo, the Colorado Department of Transportation and E-470 Public Highway Authority, which operates a 75-mile, user-financed toll road running along the eastern perimeter of the city. The Arrivo test site will be near E-470 and groundbreaking is slated for early 2018.
BamBrogan says Arrivo's first commercial system could be ready in 2021 depending on funding, regulatory and public-perception hurdles.
By way of pitching the Arrivo system, Colorado DOT officials speculated the network of tubes filled with high-speed trays to carry cars could cut a one-hour and ten minute drive from downtown to the airport to a 9-minute Arrivo ride. A one-hour slog down the state's busy Boulder-to-Denver highway corridor would take 8 minutes.
California Congresswoman Maxine Waters continued her crusade against President Trump this week by leading women at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards in an “Impeach 45!” chant at Brooklyn’s King Theatre.
Waters addressed a theatre packed with liberal women – and school girls bused in from around Manhattan – on Monday, when she heaped praise on Glamour, a progressive women’s magazine that honored the 79-year-old career politician with its Woman of the Year Lifetime Achievement Award, and took shots at the president.
While many speeches during the evening by other honorees like Nicole Kidman, Gigi Hadid, and others were mostly uplifting messages seemingly aimed at local school girls, Waters focused on recruiting the next generation of progressive politicians and her never-ending campaign to oust the president.
American Heart Association President John Warner was away from the AHA’s Scientific Sessions with his family Monday after having a minor heart attack during the organization’s flagship scientific conference.
Warner, a practicing cardiologist and the CEO of UT Southwestern University Hospitals in Dallas, had the episode Monday morning. He was taken to a local hospital, where doctors inserted a stent to open a clogged artery.
He was recovering and visiting with his wife, son and daughter, all of whom attended the Scientific Sessions meeting in part to see him deliver his Presidential Address on Sunday afternoon. In that speech, the 52-year-old Warner talked about the effects of heart disease on his family. He mentioned how both his father and his father’s father had heart bypass surgery in their 60s. He also lost his maternal grandfather and a great grandfather to heart disease.
A planet the same size of Earth and with a similar surface temperature may be "the closest known comfortable abode for possible life," according to new research.
The newly discovered world, named Ross 128b, was found orbiting a red dwarf 11 light-years away from Earth - but it's getting nearer.
Astronomers working with the European Southern Observatory's High Accuracy Radial velocity Planet Searcher (HARPS) at the La Silla Observatory in Chile has found that the red dwarf star Ross 128 is orbited by a low-mass 'exoplanet' every 9.9 days.
A 15-year-old California high school student seen being sucker punched and brutally beaten on Snapchat is seeking legal action against his attackers.
The boy, 15, was filmed being jumped, then punched and kicked by two 17-year-old students outside their Simi Valley High School in Simi Valley, California on October 16. The video was then posted to Snapchat.
The 15-year-old said that he was lured outside by a fake note a student had given his teacher, directing him to leave class and go to the school office. He was then 'ambushed' as we walked between buildings.
The US Navy ended President Donald Trump's trip to Asia with a display of strength by having three aircraft carriers drill with South Korean and Japanese navy ships in the Pacific in a clear message to North Korea.
The US Navy rarely gets to train with two aircraft carriers working together, and the last time three came together was 10 years ago.
But the US now has seven aircraft carriers at sea and brought three of them together to put on a show of force.
The ships did air-defense drills, sea surveillance, and defensive air-combat training, according to a US Navy release.
Between the three US carriers and one smaller Japanese carrier, the naval formation likely had more than 200 aircraft ready to strike at a moment's notice.
During their trips over here African migrants were given pamphlets and other information by NGOs paid for by the George Soros's open Society foundation. In those pamphlets and information it told Africans that they DESERVED the wealth of Europeans because of colonization and numerous other reasons. The Africans adhere to the pamphlets requests and have begun shutting down cities and villages throughout Europe while demanding freebies.
Following the qualification of Morocco for the World Cup, celebrations by some 300 football fans of Moroccan origin in the spot of choice for sporting events, the steps of the stock exchange in the center of Brussels, turned into riots.
Disturbances were reported in the City centre, Place de la Bourse, venue of the Christmas market under construction. Police say several cars were set on fire and shops looted.
Some 22 police officers were injured and riot police with water cannon were needed to disperse the mob. Calm was restored two hours after the violence erupted.
Three UCLA basketball players accused of shoplifting in China may be on their way back to Los Angeles.
Freshmen LiAngelo Ball, Jalen Hill and Cody Riley were seen checking into a Delta flight bound for Los Angeles at Shanghai’s Pudong International Airport, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The development comes just hours after President Donald Trump told reporters he had a long conversation on the matter with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping.
“They’re working on it right now,” Trump told reporters in the Philippines as he prepared to return to Washington after a nearly two-week visit to Asia that included an earlier stop in Beijing.
The UCLA freshmen were detained last week for questioning about allegations of shoplifting before a recent game against Georgia Tech in Shanghai. The UCLA team returned to the U.S. without them on Saturday.
According to reports, there is surveillance footage of the players shoplifting from three stores inside a high-end retail center next to their hotel.
The Russian ministry of defence today claimed it had 'irrefutable evidence' the US is helping ISIS in the Middle East - and backed up its claim by posting pictures from a computer game.
Russia claimed the pictures showed that the US-led coalition was working together with ISIS troops 'to promote American interests' in the Middle East.
But they are actually scenes from AC-130 Gunship Simulator, a mobile video game produced by Byte Conveyor Studios and uploaded to YouTube in March 2015.
A now-deleted Facebook statement went further, claiming the footage was captured by Russian drones on November 9.
Spectacular footages shows a rocket bound for the International Space Station being launched from a NASA base.
The resupply spacecraft began its journey at Wallaps Island in Virginia on Sunday, and today reached the station with vital supplies.
It had been due to take off a day earlier, but the launch was aborted after a small plane flew into the restricted airspace around the base.
Following the launch of the Cygnus spacecraft, named the SS Gene Cernan in honour of the last man to walk on the moon, ISS deputy programme manager Dan Hartman said: "It was just a miraculous launch and a flawless countdown."
A Berks County, Pennsylvania, man choked a female friend and ultimately snapped her neck after she rejected his marriage proposal, Upper Macungie Police told NBC10.
Christopher R. Tucker, 34, of Albany Township, has been charged with murder and criminal homicide for allegedly killing 19-year-old Tara Serino, state police said.
She was last seen by her family very early Monday. Tucker asked Serino to marry him at his Berks County home some time between Monday and Tuesday, Upper Macungie Police said.
She said no and then told him she was sleeping with other men, police said. Then Serino apparently made an off-hand comment that Tucker should kill her.
After 8 years of Obama adding almost $8 trillion to the US deficit, nearly doubling the first 43 presidents combined, CBS news suddenly gives a shit if the deficit raises just one month under Trump. However, after completely ignoring several months of deficit reductions due to trade deals being canceled, new trade deals being added, and numerous other alterations carried out by the Trump administration that have led to record deficit reductions, CBS now wants to highlight small increases.
Here is the text they added to go with this video.
The federal government began its new budget year with an October deficit of $63.2 billion, up sharply from a year ago.
The Treasury Department reported Monday that the October deficit was 37.9 percent higher than the $45.8 billion deficit recorded in October 2016.
Both government receipts and spending were up for the month, with receipts climbing 14.3 percent to $235.3 billion, a record for the month of October. The larger spending figure was up a sizable 11.6 percent to $298.6 billion.
The deficit for the 2017 budget year, which ended on Sept. 30, totaled $666 billion, up 13.7 percent from a 2016 deficit of $586 billion.
The pre-historic animal was found in permafrost on the bank of Tirekhtykh River of the Abyisky district of Yakutia by a local resident Boris Berezhnov. Excited scientists unveiled the discovery with its facial features clearly visible.
The animal was aged around one and a half to two months old when it perished. It is not yet clear whether the cub was male or female. Expert Dr Albert Protopopov said: 'It is a perfectly preserved lion cub, all the limbs have survived. There are no traces of external injuries on the skin. The preservation is so good that it raises hopes of cloning the species back to life.
A woman who was convicted in a murder-for-hire plot against her ex-husband fainted in court just moments after her guilty verdict was read out.
Diana Lovejoy, 45, was found guilty on Monday of conspiracy to commit murder and attempted murder over a September 2016 attack on her estranged husband Greg Mulvihill in Carlsbad, California.
Fox 5 footage taken from inside the courtroom showed Lovejoy looking wide-eyed at her legal team as the verdict was read out before she collapsed in her chair just seconds later.
Jon Stewart spoke for the first time about the allegations against his good friend and fellow comedian Lewis C.K. on Tuesday, telling Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie he was 'stunned' when he heard the news.
The former host of The Daily Show went on to say that he was angry at his friend for and at himself, admitting that he took the comedian at his word when he 'assured' him that rumors about any sexual misconduct were false.
'You give you friends the benefit of the doubt,' explained Stewart, who was on the NBC morning show to promote his upcoming HBO special 'Night of Too Many Stars.'
C.K. was cut from the previously filmed autism benefit in the wake of last week's New York Times expose, which featured interviews with five women who accused C.K. of inappropriate behavior.
One day later, the comedian released a statement in which he said that all five women were telling the truth.
'You find yourself at a moment of, did I miss something? Could I have done more? In this situation, we all could have,' said Stewart.
'You feel anger on what he did to people.'
A man arrested at a DeBary home where deputies uncovered explosive devices and about 200 containers holding unknown powders, acids and other materials, including bodily fluids, was one step from creating a weapon of mass destruction, Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood said.
The Volusia County Sheriff's Office said deputies were called Sunday afternoon to a domestic disturbance at 124 Bradwick Circle. Deputies said Christopher S. Langer, 31, was arguing with his parents when he told them that he had placed an explosive substance inside a grenade.
Langer, who deputies said was intoxicated, initially denied the grenade existed, but later said he had thrown it outside, authorities said. A deputy found a metal pineapple-style grenade that had a paperclip in place to hold the lever and keep it from exploding, the Sheriff's Office said.
Nearly two weeks after an arrest warrant was issued for a New Mexico man running for Congress, police found him at an Albuquerque apartment complex.
What he’s been doing since the warrant was issued out of Santa Fe, is a mystery.
Democrat David Alcon is running for the state’s open District 2 Congressional Seat. Now, he’s behind bars for allegedly stalking a woman in Santa Fe.
A woman attending a Halloween party on October 28 at a hotel in Santa Fe said she started receiving persistent texts from Alcon — some suggesting that he was watching her, other messages professing his love for her, and one picture of his genitals.
The Metropolitan Police Department seeks the public's assistance in identifying a person of interest in a Robbery incident which occurred on Tuesday, November 7, 2017 at approximately 6:07 AM at in the 1300 block of H Street, NE. The subject was captured by the establishment's surveillance cameras.
Body language expert breaks down the vocal discrepancies and signs of deception that were on full display as the liberal hack, and close Clinton friend, Gloria Allred, brings out yet another woman claiming sexual assault against the Republican candidate prior to an election.
The conclusion was that the latest accuser is simply faking, and not a very good actress.
Riding in a flamboyant purple vehicle, Ja Du shows up to a coffee shop to open up about his new identity.
Ja Du, born a white male named Adam, now considers himself a Filipino. Turns out the purple ride he drives around in is called a Tuk Tuk, an Asian-derived vehicle used for public transit in the Philippines he says.
Ja Du is part of a small, but growing community of people who considers themselves transracial. It refers to someone born one race, but identifies with another.
Sound weird? Not to them. Ja Du says he grew up enjoying Filipino food, events and the overall culture.
The Houston Texans defense is off to an impressive start against the high-powered Rams offense.
Jadeveon Clowney and his teammates limited Jared Goff and the Rams to 131 total yards in the first half at the Coliseum, keeping Los Angeles out of the end zone entirely. The Rams entered the game with the NFL’s highest-scoring offense at 32.9 points per game.
Greg Zuerlein hit three field goals for the Rams, who led 9-7 at halftime. Zuerlein has already surpassed his previous career-high for a season with 27 field goals in the first nine games for the Rams, who are mediocre in the red zone despite their prolific points totals.
George Lopez wanted to shout it out loud on stage with KISS, but the problem was band members were just trying to answer questions from fans … so George got the boot.
A Navy veteran who served 22 years for his country and then served in the Secret Service claims a family friend who lives in Alabama told his wife that a Washington Post reporter “named Beth” approached her and offered her THOUSANDS to accuse Judge Roy Moore of inappropriate sexual advances!