The Sudanese government is waging a campaign of ethnic cleansing against the region’s Nuban people, according to human rights activists.
Sudanese leader Omar al Bashir has targeted the indigenous African tribes of Nuba, who supported the newly created country of South Sudan. The campaign appears to be similar to the genocide that occurred in Darfur, another region of Sudan.
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After prostitution arrest, Seattle police captain got preferential treatment from fellow officers
SEATTLE — Late on a Wednesday last November, a middle-aged man in an Audi sport utility vehicle pulled into a lot off Aurora Avenue North and allegedly agreed to pay $40 for sex to a police decoy posing as a prostitute.The undercover cop silently gave a signal, and a team of Seattle police officers watching from nearby swooped in. They soon realized their vice sting had netted one of their own: an out-of-uniform Seattle police captain named Randal Woolery.Police bodycam videos of Woolery’s arrest that night show that after officers handcuffed him and read him his rights, he turned to a supervi... (more…)
WATCH: Trump reveals how he can manipulate Democrats to help him put Ted Cruz on the Supreme Court
President Donald Trump spoke about his plans for the Supreme Court during a Friday night campaign rally in Bemidji, Minnesota.
Trump took the stage before news was announced that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had died and appeared to not know of the Supreme Court vacancy.
Trump explained to his audience why he had put Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) on his shortlist for a Supreme Court nomination.
“I said, you know, I have to have someone that we’re going sure we get approved and the only one I could think of is Ted, because he’s going to get 50 Republican votes and he’s going to get 50 Democrat votes — they’ll do anything to get him out of the Senate," Trump said.
Bob Dylan offers new ‘Theme Time Radio Hour’ about whiskey
With his Never Ending Tour temporarily grounded and his compelling new album “Rough and Rowdy Ways” in stores, Bob Dylan is resurrecting his “Theme Time Radio Hour” on SiriusXM.On Monday, he will broadcast a new episode in the series in which he delivered 100 shows from 2006-09. Each featured a theme – baseball, weather, presidents, etc. – with songs and commentary about the particular topic.The new episode is about whiskey, inspired by the bard’s own brand, Heaven’s Door, which he introduced in 2018.Instead of the usual hourlong program, Dylan delivers a double shot – two hours – of songs, po... (more…)