Monthly Archives: October, 2019
Jeffrey Epstein’s autopsy more consistent with homicidal strangulation than suicide, Dr. Michael Baden reveals
The body of Jeffrey Epstein who was found dead in his Manhattan federal prison cell in August, bore telltale signs of homicide despite an official ruling that he killed himself, a pioneering forensic pathologist revealed to “Fox & Friends” in an exclusive interview Wednesday.
This week’s closed-door interviews with witnesses as part of the Trump impeachment probe has fueled a political war over House Democrats’ handling of the process, with Republicans accusing their counterparts of tipping the scale during these sessions even as Speaker Nancy Pelosi tries to clarify rules for the inquiry going forward.
Chilean President Sebastián Piñera has pulled out of hosting a major United Nations climate change conference as anti-government protests continue. He said that the decision had “caused him a lot of pain” but that his government needed “to prioritise re-establishing public order”.
The Senate’s top Republican isn’t impressed by a Democratic resolution in the House that sets out procedures for a potential impeachment of President Donald Trump.
White House official testifies on Ukraine call concerns, as president blasts ‘Never Trumper witness’
Tuesday a White House official testified behind closed doors that he had concerns about President Trump’s July phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky at the heart of Democrats’ impeachment inquiry, according to prepared remarks — as the president ripped the witness as a “Never Trumper” and challenged his account.
The federal judge presiding over the case of ex-National Security Adviser Michael Flynn has canceled a hearing scheduled for next week, citing his lawyers’ latest motion — which made a slew of misconduct allegations against the government while seeking access to supposedly exculpatory evidence.
Since they admit it wasn’t a legal inquiry and are just now voting on starting one, that means all those who’ve testified, and all the subpoenas are null and void. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., ripped Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s announcement that the chamber would hold a formal vote Thursday on the Trump impeachment inquiry, …
Nothing will change after Thursday’s House vote on impeachment rules and Republicans will vote against it because the push to impeach President Donald Trump is “a sham and has been such a sham since the beginning,” Rep. Jim Jordan said Tuesday.
US lawmaker Katie Hill has announced her resignation from Congress, following allegations that she had an affair with a Capitol Hill aide. The California Democrat, who has denied the claim, said she was stepping down with a “broken heart”.
Sunday the parents of murdered human rights activist Kayla Mueller said that their daughter might still be alive had former President Barack Obama been as decisive as President Donald Trump in authorizing military action to rescue her from the Islamic State before she was killed in 2015.