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President Obama May Soon Have A Job At Spotify

They say that you should not quit your job until you have another in the pipeline. This notion is true for anyone looking for a career change, and President Obama is no exception. As we all know, the outgoing president is set to transition this week from his position as Commander-In-Chief to ... President of Playlists? Yes, it seems as though Obama already has a job lined up at Spotif... Read More

John Lewis: Trump Is Not A “Legitimate President”

Inauguration day is fast approaching, and the incoming president is facing some opposition from Congressman John Lewis. Read More

San Diego Chargers Will Move To Los Angeles In 2017

According to a number of recent reports, including a story by USA Today, the NFL's San Diego Chargers will officially be moving their team to Los Angeles beginning with the 2017 season. Read More

C-SPAN Briefly Airs State-Funded Russian News Channel

In what appears to be a reflection of what is happening in US politics this days, United States public affairs network C-SPAN briefly aired Russian news channel, RT.RT, which stands for Russian Today is an English-language international news channel funded by the government of Russia. US officials Read More

Chicago Had An Alarming Number Of Homicides In 2016

Just after 1 pm on December 31, 2016, a 24-year-old man became the last murder victim of the year in Chicago during a road rage incident which ensued after he hit another driver's Mercedes-Benz. This would mark the 762nd homicide out of a population of 2,695,598 in the Windy City, pinning them with such nickn... Read More

Dylann Roof To Face Death Penalty For Charleston Shooting

According to a recent report by The Guardian, 22 year-old Dylann Roof, who was convicted last month for the murder of nine black church-goers in Charleston, South Carolina, has been sentenced to death. Roof is the first person in American history to face execution for a federal hate crime conviction. Read More

2014 Chilean Navy UFO Footage Declassified

During a 2014 patrol of the Chilean coast, cameras aboard a Chilean Navy (Airbus Cougar AS-532) helicopter picked up some unusual footage: a forward moving, unknown object, flying at a speed similar to that of the helicopter. The object was visible for 10 minutes and was seen by both the pilot and camera operator. The footage of the incident was recently declassified by the Chilean government.