Voters don't trust news media's coverage of Hillary Clinton: Poll
National survey revealed 61 percent of likely voters have no trust in the political news they are getting.
by Jim Kouri
NY fracking ban poised to take effect, critics say state giving up thousands of jobs
Gov. Andrew Cuomo rejected efforts to lift current ban on fracking and, instead, changed it to an all-out ban in December.
by Barnini Chakraborty

Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf Institutes Ban On Nighttime Street Protests
“The fact is we were threatened with arrest for marching…”
by Darwin BondGraham
California Governor Pitches Amnesty on Traffic Debt for Poor
Program for residents who can’t afford to pay off spiraling fines and penalties…
by Judy Lin

Cleveland police say 71 people arrested overnight in protests
Protests sparked after a police officer was found not guilty in the shooting deaths of an unarmed black man and a woman.
by Aaron Josefczyk
Biden to the Navy: 'Our forces will have to be ready' for Climate Change
“We’ll rely on you, the United States Navy, to lead in solving these emerging problems.”
by Charlie Spiering

General Motors faces huge fine over 'criminal' ignition defects – reports
US justice department has identified criminal wrongdoing over the company’s failure to disclose the fault, the New York Times says
by Reuters
Pentagon plans long-range missile defense radar in Alaska
Would help the U.S. missile defense system better discern potential enemy missiles launched by Iran or North Korea.
by Andrea Shalal

Exclusive: House Benghazi panel subpoenas former Clinton White House aide
Subpoena contains no further details about the subject matter of the deposition.
by Mark Hosenball
FTC sues four cancer charities over $187 million scam
Most of the funds went to for-profit fundraisers, cars and vacations.
by Adi Robertson

Political Expert: Democratic Convention Like a Socialist Grocery Store
Everything provided by the government!
by The Alex Jones Show
NYC Police Commissioner Bill Bratton Mulls Pardoning 1.2 Million Low-Level Offenders
Mayor’s office says they’re already investigating how pardoning minor offenses would work.
by Andres Jauregui

Alarming Surge In Murders And Shootings In Baltimore
Police hesitant to crack down after six officers were charged in the death of Freddie Gray.
by Christie Ileto
House Panel: Lawmakers Can Keep Flying First Class at Public Expense
House Rules Committee didn’t grant the amendment a vote.
by Melissa Clyne

St. Louis Federal Reserve confirms hack
People who logged in gave up their credentials to hackers.
by Priya Anand
Cleveland on Edge Awaiting Verdict
Grand jury verdict expected for cop accused of manslaughter.
by Infowars Nightly News