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Royal distraction

Another high school shooting. More kids slaughtered and more families left to confront a grief no one ever should have to face. More empty words and pointless prayers from

Justice and our youth left behind by leadership

Today, in the year 2018, with the most advanced technology in the world, there is something seriously wrong with our system of justice. It is dysfunctional in the least

School shooting in Texas leaves 10 dead

WASHINGTON — Ten people are confirmed dead after a shooting Friday morning at a high school in the southeastern Texas city of Santa Fe. Three others are in a hospital

World premiere of ‘Forever Bound’ is a spellbinding tale

A couple months back the world was shocked when authorities discovered 13 children shackled and tortured in their own home in Perris, California. It is extremely difficult to even

Rep. Karen Bass names Caren Street as her new Chief of Staff

On Wednesday Rep. Karen Bass (Dem. CA-37) named Caren Street her new Chief of Staff. Street has an extensive history on Capital Hill, going back to her time as

Las Vegas sex trafficker may be released with sweetheart deal

LAS VEGAS — Janiece Marshall, the attorney representing convicted Las Vegas pimp Ocean Fleming, confirmed on Monday that her client has accepted a plea deal based on re-negotiation of

SEX on the main stage will entertain you

Margy LaMont [Andrea Hutchman] is the best known most successful madam of the sex trade in Montreal, Canada. One of her best customers, a British Naval Officer, is in

Margot Kidder, star of the Superman film series, has passed away

Margaret Ruth Kidder, better known as Margot Kidder, passed away today at her home in Livingston, Montana. she was 69 years old. Kidder starred opposite Christopher Reeves in the Superman

LAFC remains unbeaten at home

The Los Angeles Football Club played the New York City Football Club to a draw on Sunday, bringing LAFC’s record at home to 2-0-2 and their season record to