Author: Brandon Drey

Voters Split On Mar-A-Lago FBI Raid; Trump Gains 2024 Support: Survey

About half of registered voters support the Department of Justice unleashing FBI agents to storm former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago compound in Florida on Monday morning. An exclusive snap poll from Politico and global market research firm Morning Consult garnered early reaction Wednesday from a sample of 2,004 registered voters that asked a series of …

Kentucky High School Student Dies Unexpectedly After Helping Victims In Historic Flash Floods

A high school athlete mysteriously fell ill and died last week while aiding in relief efforts after catastrophic flooding in Eastern Kentucky ravaged several communities, swept away homes, and killed nearly 40 residents. Aaron “Mick” Crawford, 18, became the 38th person to die last month due to flash flooding in the state’s Appalachian region. Crawford’s …

Armed Suspect Who Attempted To Breach Ohio FBI Office Dies

After a long standoff, officials announced that law enforcement had shot and killed the armed suspect Thursday who attempted to break into the FBI headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio. Authorities have identified the suspect as 42-year-old Ricky Shiffer. The New York Times reports Lt. Nathan Dennis of the Ohio State Highway Patrol said law enforcement officers …

Trial Begins In Kobe Bryant Death Photos Case

Vanessa Bryant’s invasion of privacy lawsuit against the Los Angeles County sheriff’s and fire departments began Wednesday over explicit photos allegedly taken by first responders of her late husband Kobe Bryant’s fatal helicopter crash that killed the NBA legend, their daughter Giana, and seven others in January 2020. Bryant’s lawsuit, which she filed in U.S. …

WWE Says Former CEO Vince McMahon Made Two Additional Hush Money Payments Worth $5 Million

WWE officials claimed Tuesday that former CEO Vince McMahon allegedly made two additional hush money payments worth $5 million following an investigation alleging he used $14.6 million to silence former female employees who accused him of sexual misconduct since 2006. According to a revised filing from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, McMahon apparently made …

Thousands Of ‘Suspicious’ Orders From Walgreens Contributed To San Francisco Opioid Crisis, Judge Rules

Walgreens allegedly failed to properly investigate “suspicious” prescription orders for almost 15 years that contributed to the opioid epidemic in San Francisco, a federal judge ruled Wednesday. U.S. District Judge Charles Breyer wrote that pharmacists at Walgreens filled hundreds of thousands of opioid prescription orders without having enough time, staffing, or resources to investigate red …

U.S. To Send Warships Through Taiwan Strait ‘In The Coming Days’

U.S. Navy officials said Monday that warships would continue sailing through the Taiwan Strait in the coming days despite the Chinese Communist Party conducting several missile exercises around the island after the recent visit from U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.  The U.S. Naval Institute reports that the military would conduct “freedom of navigation operations” in …

L.A. City Officials OK Ban On Homeless Camps Near Schools, Day Cares; Activist Breaches Chamber Barrier

Law enforcement rushed to protect Los Angeles city officials after a homeless activist climbed over the chamber’s bench barrier that separates the public from the politicians just before a vote to ban homeless encampments within 500 feet of schools and day care centers. “You’re a piece of s***,” the unidentified activist said during a chaotic …

Woman Accused Of Causing Deadly Los Angeles Crash Charged With Murder; History Of Reckless Driving

Six counts of murder and five counts of gross vehicular manslaughter were charged against a registered nurse Monday in connection with a multi-vehicle fiery crash in Los Angeles last week that killed six people, including an unborn child and a nearly one-year-old baby. According to a Los Angeles Times report, prosecutors accused Nicole Lorraine Linton, …