TV News LIES

Monday, May 02nd

Last update05:20:13 AM GMT

You are here All News At a Glance

Director Brennan: CIA Won't Waterboard Again — Even if Ordered by Future President

CIA director BrennanCIA Director John Brennan told NBC News in an exclusive interview that his agency will not engage in harsh "enhanced interrogation" practices, including waterboarding, which critics call torture — even if ordered to by a future president.

"I will not agree to carry out some of these tactics and techniques I've heard bandied about because this institution needs to endure," Brennan said.

Read more...

UC Berkeley students to file state sexual harassment complaint against professor

UC Berkeley students to file harassment charges against professorKathleen Gutierrez struggles to get out of bed each day. For the past year, the 28-year-old University of California at Berkeley graduate student has battled extreme fatigue, unexpected body aches and debilitating anxiety.

At the root of her stress is her fear that at any moment on campus, she could run into Blake Wentworth, a professor in her department who she says repeatedly sexually harassed her – touching her inappropriately and frequently making offensive comments, including telling her “I’m so attracted to you” and bragging about doing drugs off of a stripper’s body.

Read more...

Banker Duped Family, Friends for $14 Million, PJT Alleges

Casperosen duped family and friendsAndrew Caspersen, the banker accused by prosecutors of defrauding investors of $25 million, duped family and friends of an additional $14 million, according to a regulatory filing by his former employer, PJT Partners Inc.

Caspersen engaged in “a number of unauthorized and unlawful transactions,” the New York-based investment bank said Friday in the filing. “They consisted of schemes Caspersen presented to his family and personal network to make investments in entities formed by him with names resembling parties in legitimate Park Hill transactions.” Park Hill is a PJT unit that employed Caspersen until his arrest last month.

Read more...

Boston Globe denounces Trump candidacy in 'front page' satire

Trump satire at Boston GlobeHeadlines screaming "Deportations to begin" and "Markets sink as trade war looms" top a parody newspaper front page the Boston Globe posted on Saturday, with a scathing editorial denouncing Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump's candidacy.

The mock-up, offering the Globe's satirical view of America under a Trump presidency, was set to run as the front page of the newspaper's "Ideas" section, followed on page 2 of that section by the anti-Trump editorial.

Read more...

Retired NFL star Will Smith shot dead in New Orleans

Will Smith killed in New orleansWill Smith, a prominent member of the New Orleans Saints team that won the NFL's Super Bowl in 2010, was killed by a gunman who shot the retired football player after ramming his car near the city's famed French Quarter, police said on Sunday.

Investigators were trying to determine whether the shooting, which also wounded Smith's wife, was a case of road rage or whether there was some other motive, police said.

Read more...

Study: Life-saving health care in poor nations would cost $5 per person

Life saving health costs five dollarsThe cost of health care that could save the lives of millions of children and their mothers every year would be less than $5 per person, researchers report.

The money would expand basic health services -- such as birth control, nutritional supplements and medication to treat serious illnesses such as pneumonia and malaria -- in 74 low- and middle-income countries. Those countries account for more than 95 percent of mother and child deaths each year, according to the study published April 9 in The Lancet.

The researchers reported that, worldwide, in 2015 nearly 6 million children under age 5 died, as did more than 300,000 women from pregnancy-related causes.

More...

Everest student loans from 2010 to 2014 forgiven

Everst student loans clearedStudents who racked up thousands of dollars in loans at Everest and WyoTech for-profit colleges can now have those debts cleared.

Students at 91 schools in 20 states who attended the schools from 2010 to 2014 can apply for debt relief by filling out a form on the U.S. Department of Education website. The schools’ former owner, Corinthian Colleges, marketed false job placement rates to students enrolling at more than 100 campuses nationwide, according to a department investigation.

Read more...

2 Southern University students dead in Louisiana shooting

Southern University shootingTwo 19-year-old women who were Southern University students and members of the school’s athletic program were shot and killed early Sunday outside a Baton Rouge apartment complex, police and university officials said.

Detectives didn’t immediately identify any suspects or motives in the shooting, which occurred in a parking lot outside an apartment complex around 2 a.m., said Baton Rouge Police Sgt. Don Coppola Jr.

Read more...

India temple fire kills more than 100 worshippers

India fire kills 100A massive fire has swept through a temple in the southern Indian state of Kerala during a fireworks display, killing at least 106 people and injuring more than 350 others.

The fire broke out on Sunday morning, officials said, when a spark from the show ignited a separate pile of fireworks that was being stored at the Puttingal temple complex in the coastal town of Paravur in Kollam district.

Read more...

Page 19 of 1024

 
America's # 1 Enemy
Tee Shirt
& Help Support TvNewsLIES.org!
TVNL Tee Shirt
 
TVNL TOTE BAG
Conserve our Planet
& Help Support TvNewsLIES.org!
 
Get your 9/11 & Media
Deception Dollars
& Help Support TvNewsLIES.org!
 
The Loaded Deck
The First & the Best!
The Media & Bush Admin Exposed!