Tuesday, August 20, 2019

MixedTimes - Katherine Rodriguez

Alaska Seeking to Add Work Requirements for Food Stamps

Alaska Seeking to Add Work Requirements for Food Stamps

Alaska has become the latest state to pursue welfare reform for those receiving food stamps, looking to make some food stamp users work a certain number of hours per week to receive benefits.

French Officials Call for Probe into Epstein's Ties with France

French Officials Call for Probe into Epstein's Ties with France

Two French cabinet officials are calling for a probe into the late accused sex trafficker and disgraced multimillionaire Jeffrey Epstein to solve "many unanswered questions" about how he is linked to the nation.

FBI Investigating Epstein's Death in Manhattan Jail Cell

FBI Investigating Epstein's Death in Manhattan Jail Cell

The FBI will be investigating disgraced billionaire Jeffrey Epstein's death after officials found him dead in his Manhattan jail cell due to a suspected suicide, according to the U.S.

Donna Brazile: Trump 'Had Nothing to Do' with El Paso, Dayton Shootings

Donna Brazile: Trump 'Had Nothing to Do' with El Paso, Dayton Shootings

Former Democratic National Committee (DNC) chairwoman Donna Brazile said in a conversation with Fox News contributor Guy Benson on Friday that President Donald Trump "had nothing to do" with the mass shootings in Dayton, Ohio, and El Paso, Texas.

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti: 'We Are Not Coordinating with ICE'

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti: 'We Are Not Coordinating with ICE'

Democrat Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti posted a video message Saturday for Los Angeles residents and those in the country illegally, telling them the city would not be "coordinating" with federal immigration officials carrying out raids.

Man Survives 188-Foot Plunge over Niagara Falls

Man Survives 188-Foot Plunge over Niagara Falls

A Canadian man plunged 188-feet over the largest waterfall at Niagara Falls into the raging waters on Tuesday at 4 a.m. and survived with non-life-threatening injuries.

Food Stamp Participation Lowest in 10 Years

Food Stamp Participation Lowest in 10 Years

The number of individuals participating in the nation's food stamp program has sunk to its lowest level in ten years, according to the latest data from the U.S.

Students Raise $57,000 for Abused Women, Homeless

Students Raise $57,000 for Abused Women, Homeless

Tens of thousands of high school students packed a stadium at a Christian conference to raise $57,000 for abused women and the homeless throughout the country.

Democrats: Biden Is 'Unchanging,' 'Disaster Waiting to Happen'

Democrats: Biden Is 'Unchanging,' 'Disaster Waiting to Happen'

A growing number of Democrat 2020 candidates are describing former Vice President Joe Biden as a "disaster waiting to happen" if he is chosen to represent Democrats as the front runner in the 2020 presidential election.

Vape Pen Explodes, Breaks 17-Year-Old Boy's Jaw

Vape Pen Explodes, Breaks 17-Year-Old Boy's Jaw

A 17-year-old boy was left with horrific injuries, including a broken jaw and several missing teeth, after an e-cigarette exploded in his face, according to a recent report.

Police: Woman, 10-Year-Old Found Dead in NYC

Police: Woman, 10-Year-Old Found Dead in NYC

A ten-year-old girl and her mother were found dead inside their New York City apartment Saturday afternoon and a man suffered a bullet wound to his head, police said.

Tom Steyer: Trump Impeachment Still Possible Without Russian Collusion

Tom Steyer: Trump Impeachment Still Possible Without Russian Collusion

Left-wing billionaire and activist Tom Steyer said Monday that President Donald Trump could still be impeached even if special counsel Robert Mueller found no evidence that Trump's 2016 presidential campaign coordinated or colluded with the Russian government.

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