Saturday, April 22, 2017

Charleston Shooter Dylann Roof Moved to Death Row in Terre Haute Federal Prison

Convicted church shooter Dylann Roof has been transferred to death row at Terre Haute Federal Prison in Indiana — the facility that houses male inmates awaiting execution under the federal government.

Roof, the first person to be convicted of a federal hate crime and sentenced to the death penalty, was removed from custody in Al Cannon Detention Center in North Charleston, South Carolina, on Friday and transferred to Terre Haute, prison records show.

Terre Haute, a medium-security prison where inmates are put to death by lethal injection, currently houses 1,338 inmates

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President Trump's Weekly Address

President Trump Signs Financial Services Executive Orders

This video was published on YouTube on April 21, 2017. 

FDNY LODD William Tolley Ladder 135 Bunting Ceremony

Mayor de Blasio and NYPD Commissioner O'Neill Respond to AG Sessions

Source: NYC Mayor's Office

Thousands Protest Outside Far-Right Party Conference in Germany

Source: euronews (in English)

Funeral Held for Russian Marine Major Killed in Syria

Source: euronews (in English)

UN - Sarin Was Used in Syria Attack

Source: euronews (in English)

Mexico Probe Into Suspected Student Massacre 'Has Stalled'

Source: euronews (in English)

Qatari Hostages in Iraq Freed After 16 Months

Source: euronews (in English)

Italy Donates Boats to Libya in Effort to Fight Human Trafficking

Source: euronews (in English)

Taliban Kill Dozens at Afghan Army HQ

Source: euronews (in English)

Friday, April 21, 2017

More Than 1.5 Million Children Are At Risk Of ‘Horrific Abuse’ In Central Congo

Scientists Plan to Shake D.C. on Earth Day: 'We Want to Be Counted'

They study the birds and the bees and the flowers and the trees and the moon up above.

They love bugs and frogs.

They know that vaccines have saved tens of millions of lives and that climate change is not only real and worsened by people, but that it threatens our homes and livelihoods.

And now scientists and their supporters are getting their day in the limelight, with a global March for Science that grew out of the unexpectedly successful Women's March at the end of January.

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Former Acting AG Sally Yates to Testify Publicly in House Russia Probe

Former acting attorney general Sally Yates, who is said to have told the White House that then-National Security Adviser Michael Flynn was vulnerable to blackmail, has been invited to testify publicly before Congress.

The Republican and Democrat leading the House Intelligence Committee probe of Russian election interference announced Friday they are seeking to schedule public testimony sometime after May 2 by Yates, as well as former CIA Director John Brennan and James Clapper, the former director of national intelligence.

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Source: NBC News 

Jay Z Is Working On A New Docuseries On Race In Trump’s America