News. Truth. Unfiltered.

Category archive

U.S. - page 2

Information about current events happening in the U.S.

CBS fires vice president who said Vegas victims didn’t deserve sympathy because country music fans ‘often are Republican’

by

CBS has parted ways with one of the company’s top lawyers after she said she is “not even sympathetic” to victims of the Las Vegas shooting because “country music fans often are Republican,” when discussing the tragic mass shooting that occurred in Las Vegas late Sunday night. “This individual, who was with us for approximately…

Keep Reading

Las Vegas shooting – Moment defiant concert goer gives Mandalay Bay gun maniac the finger as bullets rain down around him

by

A DEFIANT music fan flips the bird at the Mandalay Bay gunman as a hail of bullets is fired on the audience around him. Clutching a can of beer, the unnamed man can be seen standing up searching for the source of the gunfire – while everyone else takes cover. The gunman killed 58 people…

Keep Reading

Las Vegas shooter’s father, ‘Bingo Bruce,’ lived colorful life of crime and deception

by

The father of the gunman behind the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history robbed a string of banks in Arizona, escaped prison in Texas and tried to start a new life as the manager of a bingo parlor in Oregon, according to historical newspaper articles. Eric, the brother of Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock, who…

Keep Reading

First picture of gunman Stephen Paddock who killed at least 50 people by opening fire on Las Vegas crowds

by

This is the first image of the suspected gunman who killed at least 50 people when he opened fire at a music festival in Las Vegas. Stephen Paddock has been named as the shooter who shot dead crowds of revellers at a country music event on the city’s world famous strip. More than 50 people…

Keep Reading

This is everything we know about Stephen Paddock, the gunman behind the worst mass shooting in US history

by

Deadliest mass shooting in American history The suspected gunman in the mass shooting at a music festival in Las Vegas has been named as 64-year-old Stephen Paddock. At least 50 were killed and more than 200 injured at the Route 91 country music event near the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino. It is the deadliest mass shooting in…

Keep Reading

Hawaii prepares for ‘unlikely’ North Korea missile threat

by

HONOLULU –  Hawaii is the first state to prepare the public for the possibility of a ballistic missile threat from North Korea. The state’s Emergency Management Agency on Friday announced a public education campaign. Agency Administrator Vern Miyagi says because it would take a missile about 15 minutes to arrive, there won’t be much time…

Keep Reading

Texas ‘bathroom bill’ advances out of Senate committee

by

In an 8-1 vote, a Texas state Senate committee agreed Friday to advance a measure to restrict public restroom use by transgender people, despite 10 hours of testimony from opponents of the bill, the Texas Tribune reported. Senate Bill 3, a so-called “bathroom bill,” would regulate public school facilities, open-enrollment charter school facilities, and local…

Keep Reading

Increased thunderstorms to be double-edged sword for western US next week

by

An increase in soaking thunderstorms across the western United States next week will be beneficial for firefighters, but could lead to other hazards. During the first and middle part of next week, the door will open for monsoon moisture to surge northward out of the Southwest and across the Great Basin and the northern Rockies.…

Keep Reading

Dallas to get first female police chief in September

by

Ulysha Renee Hall will make history in Dallas in September, when she becomes the Texas city’s first female police chief. Hall, 46, currently deputy chief of the Detroit Police Department, was selected from a field of seven finalists that included another woman, Deputy Chief Carmen Best of Seattle. Hall followed in her father’s footsteps by…

Keep Reading

Go to Top