Author: Alfredo Boyd

  • Police: Lottery Winner Fatally Stabbed Inside Apartment

    A man who won $10,000 playing the lottery was found dead inside his New York City apartment Monday night, police said. WABC  that detectives are searching for answers upon finding Owen Dillard, 73, dead inside his Bronx apartment. Police responded to a 911 call from Dillard’s fiancée, which they received around 8:30 p.m. Monday. They arrived at Dillard’s third floor […]

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  • ‘Build That Wall‘: Montana GOP Senate Nominee Matt Rosendale Hammers Amnesty-Backing Democrat Jon Tester in Opening Ad

    Matt Rosendale, fresh off his GOP U.S. Senate primary victory in Montana, launched his general election campaign in earnest Tuesday with a strong push on immigration. The Rosendale campaign released a television ad attacking incumbent Sen. Jon Tester (D-MT) on his immigration record and positioning Rosendale in President Donald Trump’s camp on the issue in a state Trump won by 20 […]

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  • German Interior Minister ‘Fully in Tune‘ with Italy‘s Salvini on Migration, Rows with Merkel

    German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer has invited Italian populist leader Matteo Salvini to Berlin in order to discuss Europe’s border crisis. The pair has already spoken on the phone and are in “full harmony” on migration and security policies, according to a from the Italian Interior Ministry. Mr Seehofer is the leader of the Christian Social Union (CSU) party of Bavaria, […]

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  • AWR Hawkins: Masters of the Universe Fight Against Gun Rights

    This week’s episode of Bullets features a discussion between host AWR and guests Alan Gottlieb of the and Mark Walters of about what the Masters of the Universe have in store for you. First, it was Facebook, then it was YouTube, and now it is Google implementing bans that limit the types of gun-related products Americans can see on their […]

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  • Facebook Avoids Answering Dozens of Follow-Up Questions from Senate

    Facebook finally responded to follow-up questions from senators following Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s hearing in front of Congress in April, however, the company opted to avoid answering dozens of questions. Despite Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) formally requesting in his for Facebook to “provide a wholly contained answer to each question,” which “should not cross-reference answers provided in other questions,” Facebook […]

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  • Tesla Lays Off Thousands of Workers Days After Elon Musk Flamethrower Party

    Tesla Motors, the electric car company founded by billionaire Elon Musk, is cutting roughly 9 percent of its workforce, according to a company-wide email. The company, which currently employees 46,000 workers, will show 3,500 people the door amid to meet its production rate of 5,000 Model 3 cars in a single week by June’s end. “Tesla shares pared an earlier gain […]

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  • Food Stamp Enrollment Dips to Lowest Level in 8 Years

    Overall enrollment in the nation’s food stamp program has dipped to its lowest level in eight years, according to the latest statistics released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). The latest USDA reveals that enrollment in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)—the federal government program that administers food stamps—dropped to 40,083,954 in March 2018. The last time enrollment in […]

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