(Sara Stinson Tweet) Four people were killed and at least two children injured after a man opened fire at multiple locations in Northern California on Tuesday, authorities said. The suspected shooter, who was not immediately identified, was killed by officers. Authorities received 911 calls of shooting at multiple sites, including the Rancho Tehama Elementary School, Tuesday morning, Assistant Tehama County Sheriff Phil Johnston said. It was "very clear" early on that "we had a subject that was randomly picking targets," he said. Authorities were aware of a domestic violence incident reported by neighbors that involved the suspected
Comments: Update to previously post story about shooting(s) in California. Always good news when shooter is killed. Is Gov. Moonbeam still out of the country? How will he respond to this? After all, they are a sanctuary where violence like this is "unnecessary".
I read a short article on AOL news (sketchy, I know) that said the shooter´s name was Kevin and his neighbor says he´s a "felon" who has been threatening them and shooting a lot lately. It was also implied the neighbor had reported him.
If he´s a felon he wouldn´t legally have a gun. If he´d been reported to the police for making threats and was found with a gun, why wasn´t he in jail?
Of course, this is AOL news so it could just be a prankster giving them bum info.
Mark Levin, conservative radio host and noted author, has just announced a gig with Fox News for Sunday evenings. It’s called “Life, Liberty & Levin.” It’ll be about — what else? — politics and culture and all things current events. “One of the most powerful conservative radio hosts, Mark Levin, is getting a weekend show on Fox News,’ tweeted Yashar Ali of New York Magazine fame, Mediaite noted. “Levin is not a household name like Hannity, but he wields enormous influence. Trump’s tweets about Obama wiretapping him were based on a conspiracy theory that Levin introduced.” Levin’s show follows fellow conservative radio
Hackers stole the personal data of 57 million customers and drivers from Uber Technologies Inc., a massive breach that the company concealed for more than a year. This week, the ride-hailing firm ousted its chief security officer and one of his deputies for their roles in keeping the hack under wraps, which included a $100,000 payment to the attackers. Compromised data from the October 2016 attack included names, email addresses and phone numbers of 50 million Uber riders around the world, the company told Bloomberg (Snip) No Social Security numbers, credit card information, trip location details or other data were taken, Uber said.
Seeking to prove that a conspiracy of astronauts fabricated the shape of the Earth, a California man intends to launch himself 1,800 feet high on Saturday in a rocket he built from scrap metal. Assuming the 500-mph, mile-long flight through the Mojave Desert does not kill him, Mike Hughes told the Associated Press, his journey into the atmosflat will mark the first phase of his ambitious flat-Earth space program. Hughes’s ultimate goal is a subsequent launch that puts him miles above the Earth, where the 61-year-old limousine driver hopes to photograph proof of the disc we all live on. “It’ll shut the door on this ball
“Partridge Family” star David Cassidy died at a Florida hospital Tuesday after suffering liver and kidney failure, his publicist confirmed. He was 67. Cassidy was admitted to the hospital in pain Wednesday. Publicist JoAnn Geffen told The Associated Press that he was surrounded by family. Born into a show business family, Cassidy rocketed to stardom on ABC’s “The Partridge Family,” a sitcom about a widow (played by Cassidy’s stepmother Shirley Jones) and her five children who form a rock band and tour the country. As eldest son Keith Partridge, Cassidy became a global heartthrob as the face -- and voice – of the
A toothpaste advert that featured a naked model next to a pile of onions has been banned for “objectifying” women. The black and white image, seemingly of a women wearing only a pair of strappy heels, pictured her reclining in a chair with one leg placed on top of a table and the other on the ground. A cluster of onions were placed on the table beside her, whose buttocks and groin area were obscured by the arm of the chair. She could be seen holding a tube of the product for BOCA organic toothpastes. (Snip) A subsequent investigation ruled that it was “voyeurisitic” and breached rules regarding “harm and offence".
Washington - (Video) The head of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission unveiled plans on Tuesday to scrap landmark 2015 rules intended to ensure a free and open internet, moving to give broadband service providers sweeping power over what content consumers can access. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, a Republican appointed by President Donald Trump in January, said the regulatory agency will vote at a Dec. 14 meeting on his plan to rescind the so-called net neutrality rules championed by Democratic former President Barack Obama that treated internet service providers like public utilities.
Derbyshire County Cricket Club has terminated Shiv Thakor’s contract with immediate effect after the cricketer was found guilty of exposing himself to two women. “The club expects the highest standards of behaviour from all its staff and is opposed to sexual harassment in any form,” Derbyshire stated on their website. “Following last week’s court decision, the club has reviewed the case and Thakor’s contract has been terminated with immediate effect. The club will make no further comment.” The 24-year-old was convicted at Southern Derbyshire magistrates’ court last week and is awaiting sentencing on
Birth control is banned in the country as dictator Kim Jong-un strives to create a bigger population of socialist workers. But businessmen and officials on trips to neighboring China are bringing back condoms to give as presents. Smugglers are also cashing in by selling them to prostitutes to prevent pregnancy and the spread of sexual diseases. Condoms are banned from manufacture or sale in North Korea and are blocked from entry at customs posts, (Snip) He said: “Condoms are very popular with both men and women in North Korea. North Korean officials bring them back home when returning from business trips in China.”
The longest-serving member of the House denied a report that he reached a financial settlement with a former employee who accused him of firing her because she refused his sexual advances, according to the Associated Press. Rep. John Conyers Jr. (D-Mich.), 88, told the wire service Tuesday that he has not settled sexual harassment complaints with aides. A reporter from the AP reached Conyers by knocking on the door of his Detroit home. Requests by The Washington Post for comment from two senior Conyers staffers were not returned. Citing documents from the case, BuzzFeed News reported late Monday that
The turkeys are back in town. Wishbone and Drumstick, two turkeys raised in Western Minnesota, have arrived in Washington ahead of the 70th annual presidential pardon. The turkeys are set to be pardoned by President Donald Trump on Tuesday at the White House. After the event, they will join those pardoned by former President Barack Obama – Tater and Tot – at Virginia Tech´s "Gobblers Rest" exhibit in Blacksburg. Formal Thanksgiving presidential pardons began in 1989 under former President George H.W. Bush, but the White House tradition dates to at least 1947. That year, the National Turkey Federation first
(Video) - Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has been accused by about a dozen members of his department of breaching a federal law aimed at preventing foreign militaries from enlisting child soldiers. The bizarre move by government employees highlights the apparent disarray Tillerson has brought to the department, and is emblematic of the tensions the former Exxon Mobil CEO has faced when dealing with more experienced diplomats under his direction. Tillerson allegedly violated the Child Soldiers Prevention Act in June, when he decided to exclude Iraq, Myanmar and Afghanistan from a U.S. list of offenders regarding the use of
Charlie Rose, the staid 75-year-old CBS News voice and presence with a “This Morning” and “60 Minutes” history, was just suspended over allegations from eight women that he sexually harassed them — including walking naked before them absent their permission. He’s the latest in what’s become a very long list of badly behaving men. According to The Washington Post, eight women say Rose groped them, made lewd comments to them and even walked about without clothes on in their presence, all at times while they worked for him or aspired to work for him, between the 1990s and 2011. Rose was suspended by CBS
Former IRS executive Lois G. Lerner told a federal court last week that members of her family, including “young children,” face death threats and a real risk of physical harm if her explanation of the tea party targeting scandal becomes public. Ms. Lerner and Holly Paz, her deputy at the IRS, filed documents in court Thursday saying tapes and transcripts of depositions they gave in a court case this year must remain sealed in perpetuity, or else they could spur an enraged public to retaliate. “Whenever Mss. Lerner and Paz have been in the media spotlight, they have faced death threats and
Doug Jones, the Democrat running for Alabama’s U.S. Senate seat, says he loves to hunt but the Second Amendment has “limitations.” He believes that every right enumerated in the Bill of Rights is limited, and the Second Amendment is no exception.According to the Alabama Political Reporter, Jones described himself as “a Second Amendment guy,” but stressed that some gun control is necessary. He said, “We’ve got limitations on all constitutional amendments in one form or another.” This position is contrary to the clear language of the amendment, which states that the right to keep and bear arms “shall not be
Malia Obama appears to be settling in just fine at Harvard. On Saturday, former President Obama´s eldest daughter was caught making out with a handsome fellow Crimson fan at the annual Harvard-Yale game. Yale hosted this year´s face off, which saw Harvard students decamping down to New Haven to tailgate at their rival´s campus before the game. The 19-year-old former first daughter, who took a gap year before starting at Harvard this fall, was seen locking lips with a mystery man at the festivities outside of the Yale Bowl. Video shows the moment Malia reached up and put her arms
Kathy Griffin is coming unglued. The D-list comedian, who was blasted for releasing a photo of herself holding a bloody severed head that looked like President Trump, posted another bizarre video to her YouTube page on Saturday. In the video, which she called the "State of the Union," she said, "I´m admitting that I lost my mind." The 57-year-old claimed she´s on Interpol’s list and is being shunned by Hollywood. “I just want you guys to know that I am fully in the middle of a blacklist, like I’m in the middle of a Hollywood blacklist. It is real. I’m not booked on any
Imagine: even the New York Times’ Ross Douthat now thinks that Bill Clinton should have stepped down over the Monica Lewinsky affair. Douthat’s mea culpa op-ed in this past weekend’s paper, in which he confesses that he and others may have been wrong to dismiss Bill Clinton’s indefensible behavior, will serve as the official political obituary for Clinton, Inc. Hillary Clinton is done, finished, kaput. Dogged by scandals old and new, out of step politically, her excess baggage has morphed into an entire baggage train, dragging her towards political oblivion. While it is refreshing to consider the landscape unadorned by Clintons,
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A federal judge on Monday permanently blocked President Trump’s executive order to cut funding from so called “sanctuary cities.” Trump’s order would have removed some federal funds from cities that limit their cooperation with U.S. immigration authorities. U.S. District Court Judge William Orrick rejected the Trump administration’s argument that the measure only applies to a relatively small pool of money. Orrick also said that Trump cannot set fresh conditions on spending that Congress has previously approved. Monday’s ruling came in lawsuits brought by two California counties, Santa Clara and San Francisco.
Charles Manson, the hippie cult leader who became the hypnotic-eyed face of evil across America after orchestrating the gruesome murders of pregnant actress Sharon Tate and six others in Los Angeles during the summer of 1969, died Sunday after nearly a half-century in prison. He was 83. Manson, whose name to this day is synonymous with unspeakable violence and madness, died of natural causes at Kern County hospital, according to a California Department of Corrections statement. TMZ was first to report on the killer´s death. The celebrity-news site reported that Debra Tate, the sister of Sharon, said she received a call
Brooklyn College is kowtowing to cop-hating students by directing officers who need a bathroom break to the broken-down facilities in a building on the far edge of campus. Amid a planned petition drive to ban cops from the taxpayer-funded campus, Donald Wenz, the school’s director of public safety, told the student newspaper The Excelsior that he’s trying to keep New York’s Finest out of sight. While Wenz said all of the school’s restrooms were technically open to cops, the college prefers they stick to those in the isolated West End Building, “rather than walking across either quad to use the
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Former President Bill Clinton continues to remain silent about the 26 flights he took aboard convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein’s private jet, dubbed the “Lolita Express,” which reportedly offered underage girls to passengers to rape.Fox News wrote in 2016 that the Lolita Express, a Boeing 727 jet, was “reportedly outfitted with a bed where passengers had group sex with young girls.” Clinton flew on some trips where the flight logs showed only the first names of female passengers.The Daily Caller News Foundation contacted the Clinton Presidential Library last week to obtain information about the former president’s relationship with billionaire Epstein,