Author: Gary Bigger

3 Dead After Shooting at Pearl Harbor Naval Base

Three people are dead, including a gunman, after a violent attack at the Pearl Harbor naval base in Hawaii. It happened Wednesday just three days before the 78th National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. A day to remember and honor the more than 2,400 people killed during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. Investigators say a U.S….

Impeachment Inquiry: 2nd Stage Under Way, 4 Legal Experts Testify

The impeachment inquiry against President Trump is moving to a point that has only happened four times in U.S. history. Four constitutional lawyers gave their opinions on the impeachment investigation so far, paving the way for the House and Senate to move forward. The House Judiciary Committee conducted a marathon day of testimony getting more insight on what the president’s…

20 People File Sexual Assault Lawsuit Against Lyft

Rideshare company Lyft is under fire after 19 women and one man have filed a lawsuit saying they were sexually assaulted by Lyft drivers. The alleged victims spoke one by one in a press conference Wednesday. There have now been more than 500 allegations against Lyft and Uber between 2014 and 2018. In its marketing, Lyft has touted its commitment…

President Trump Leaves NATO Summit Early

The president is back on American soil this morning, leaving the NATO summit in London early after a tense trip. President Trump has been critical of many countries in NATO for not paying their fair share. But tensions peaked yesterday after a video emerged of the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and several other world leaders mocking the president. President…

Texas Chemical Plant Explosion: Residents Asked to Evacuate a 2nd Time

A second voluntary evacuation order in a week has been issued for Port Neches, Texas following a chemical plant explosion. People living in Port Neches were asked to leave after the TPC chemical plant exploded last Wednesday due to high chemical levels in the air. They were told they could return home two days later. But now the city is…

Impeachment Inquiry: New Phase of Public Hearings Begin

A new phase of the impeachment proceedings will get underway Wednesday with the first hearings before the House Judiciary Committee. The House also took a big step with the Intelligence Committee approving a report of their findings into the president’s interactions with Ukraine. The House Intelligence Committee voted along party lines to approve the report. The 300 page document is…

Court Rules The President’s Financial Records Can Be Subpoenaed

A New York federal appeals court has ruled House representatives can subpoena banks for the president’s financial records. The ruling says that the House committee’s request to view the records outweighs the risk of distracting the president by releasing the records, which was one of the central arguments brought up by President Trump’s lawyers. The case went to the appeals…

Wisconsin High School Student Shot By Officer, 2nd Day in a Row

For the second day in a row, a Wisconsin high school student has been shot by an officer after pulling a weapon. Just a day after a student pulled a gun after he was confronted by a resource officer, a student at a different high school in Oshkosh Wisconsin pulled a knife and stabbed a resource officer. The officer managed…

California Congressman Pleads Guilty To Misuse of Funds

California Congressman Duncan Hunter has pleaded guilty to misusing a quarter million dollars in campaign funds. Hunter appeared in court yesterday. Both Hunter and his wife have been charged with using campaign money to buy personal items and go on lavish vacations, including a $14,000 trip to Italy. Hunter initially claimed the investigation was a witch hunt but yesterday he…

Impeachment Inquiry: 4 Legal Experts to Testify

The impeachment process is kicking into high gear with the House Judiciary Committee announcing that four legal experts will testify in Wednesday’s hearings. But President Trump is now fighting back against the decision to hold hearings while the annual NATO summit is going on. With impeachment hearings moving forward, the president announced Sunday he and his staff would not attend…