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Report accuses Trump super-PAC of agreeing to hide prohibited foreign donations

Report: Trump's foreign donationsThe main super-PAC supporting Donald Trump's presidential bid faces allegations that it worked with foreign donors to facilitate donations from prohibited donations to the group.

An undercover investigation by reporters with Britain's The Telegraph were allegedly directed by Great America PAC co-chairman Eric Beach to funnel a foreign donation through a non-profit so that the source could not be traced.


Bob Alexander: Quién es Más Loco? … Or … Say Goodnight Gracie Part IV

Loco TrumpAfter watching the third and final debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton I agree with you … we should vote for Clinton on election day. Our conclusion is the same … but for different reasons.

I do not think if Trump were elected that the United States would succumb to Fascism.

That Has Already Happened.

It is true that the U.S. pulled back from the brink in the 30's and 50's. But the country sailed over the edge the moment the Supreme Court nullified the voice of the people and handed the presidency to George W. Bush on December 12, 2000. That's the day democracy in the United States stopped breathing and died. And Guess what? 16 years later It's Still Dead.


Curt Schilling joins Breitbart to fight 'progressive, socialist agenda'

Curt SchililingThe former baseball star Curt Schilling, fired by ESPN for discriminating remarks about transgender people, will host an online radio show for the Breitbert News Network starting Tuesday.

Schilling’s show, called Whatever It Takes will run weekdays from 9am to 11am on the website and will feature what the network calls “Schilling’s unfiltered and insightful commentary on a mix of topics ranging from politics and culture to current affairs and perhaps some sports.” The format appears to have Schilling fielding phone calls and talking extemporaneously. It is unclear if he will also have guests.


1960s pop music icon Bobby Vee dies at 73

Bobby VeePop music legend Bobby Vee — an icon for music fans around the world — died early Monday morning of complications of Alzheimer's disease. He was 73.

Vee had been in hospice care at The Wellstead of Rogers & Diamondcrest, a memory care facility where the Avon, Minn., resident lived for the final 13 months of his life.

"It's kind of a blessing," said Dr. Rick Rysavy, Vee's primary care physician and close friend. "There was no reason for him to suffer any longer."


Gannett to lay off two percent of workforce

Gannet to lay off 2 percent of workforceGannett, the largest U.S newspaper company, is cutting another two percent of its workforce. That cut, which should total about 350 or more positions throughout the company, was made official in an internal memo (reproduced below) to Gannett employees by CEO Bob Dickey moments ago.

On Friday, POLITICO had reported [“Gannett approaches possible billion dollar deal to buy Tronc – and layoffs, too”] the layoffs and other cost reductions would be announced this week.

Gannett will announce its third-quarter earnings on Thursday. Company insiders say they won’t be pretty, as print ad revenue losses largely between five and eight percent at many of its more than 100 properties swamp efforts at digital business revenue growth.


Tom Hayden, American New Left stalwart, dies at 76

Tom Hayden diesTom Hayden, a social activist and politician a stalwart of America's New Left, has died aged 76 in Santa Monica, California.

Hayden, who served 18 years in California's state legislature and married actress Jane Fonda, died after a long illness, the Los Angeles Times reported on its website.

"A political giant and dear friend has passed," Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti wrote on Twitter.  Tom Hayden fought harder for what he believed than just about anyone I have known."


Feds step in to defend Clinton in Benghazi email suit

Feds step in to defend Clinton in inghazi suitThe U.S. government has taken over part of Hillary Clinton’s defense in a civil lawsuit contending that her use of a private email server caused a breach of security that resulted in the deadly attacks on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi in 2012.

A top Justice Department official filed a notice with a federal judge last week stating that most of the allegations against Clinton in the suit pertain to her duties as secretary of state, so the federal government will assume her defense on those claims.


Youth football players show brain changes after just one season

Football brain injuriesWhen it comes to head impact in youth football, it is not just concussion that affects the brain. In a new study, researchers identified white matter changes in the brains of children after just a single season of playing football, even in the absence of a concussion diagnosis.

It is estimated that around 30 million children and adolescents in the United States take part in some form of sports.


Facebook co-founder drops unprecedented cash to stop Trump

dustin MoskowitzIf the first $20 million yielded cheers, the second $15 million generated stunned silence.

Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz vaulted suddenly and without any advance warning to the top rung of Democratic party megadonors with two unheralded tears through his checkbook in the past six weeks. His money significantly altered the short-term financial position of the pro-Hillary Clinton forces and revealed a previously unknown source of cash for Democrats.


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