In the first article... Lansing Community College student planned a terrorist attack last week. A 19-year-old Delta Township man arraigned on a terrorism charge Thursday was in possession of an AR-15 rifle, 12 loaded magazines, another rifle and a can full of loose ammunition at the time of his arrest, court records show. Oh Ya - he's white, neo-nazi who's friend was watching him load magazines on snap chat... read more
Things went horribly wrong for a Michigan man who tried to pay for a parking ticket in pennies.
Whatever you're thinking, it's probably worse than that...
...Sevy and a court officer appear to get in an argument before Sevy was reportedly asked to leave. On Sevy's way out of the building, a court officer grabs him from behind and chokes him until he passes out.
The extent to which the average American's tax burden varies based on his or her state of residence represents a significant point of differentiation among state economies. But it's only one piece of the puzzle.
What if, for example, a particular state can afford not to tax its residents at high rates because it receives disproportionately more funding from the federal government than states with apparently oppressive tax codes? That would change the narrative significantly, revealing federal dependence where bold, efficient stewardship was once thought to preside.
Tesla has used its solar panels and batteries to restore reliable electricity at San Juan's Hospital del Niño (Children's Hospital), in what company founder Elon Musk calls "the first of many solar+battery Tesla projects going live in Puerto Rico."
The project came about after Puerto Rico was hit by two devastating and powerful hurricanes in September, and Musk reached out about Tesla helping.
Musk's company announced its success in getting the hospital's power working again less than three weeks after Puerto Rico's Gov. Ricardo Rossello tweeted on Oct. 6, "Great initial conversation with @elonmusk tonight. Teams are now talking; exploring opportunities."
Donald Trump declared last year in his populist presidential nomination acceptance speech that he's "not able to look the other way" when the nation's political system "has sold out to some corporate lobbyist for cash."
But behind the scenes, several major corporations and trade groups secretly bankrolled a plush hideaway for lawmakers at the same Republican National Convention in Cleveland where Trump gave the speech, records obtained by the Center for Public Integrity show.
Comcast Corp., Microsoft, Koch Companies Public Sector, the National Retail Federation, Health Care Service Corp., the American Petroleum Institute, Chevron and AT&T are among the companies, associations and lobbying powerhouses that funded a limited liability company called "Friends of the House 2016 LLC," according to bank records.