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  • Hearing for Julian Assange’s U.S. extradition request set for February

    A British court on Friday set a February 2020 date for Julian Assange’s extradition hearing to determine if the U.S. gets a crack at the hacker on a number of charges. The WikiLeaks founder, who is currently serving almost a year’s worth of prison time in Britain for jumping bail, faces espionage
  • Town’s First Black Mayor Says She’s Target of Racist Attacks

    The mayor of a Maryland town announced she is resigning and says she has been the victim of racist attacks and bullying, though she said that’s not the reason she is stepping down. “I am writing to inform you that effective Friday, June 21, 2019, I will no longer be serving as mayor and president of the board of commissioners for the town of Upper Marlboro," Upper Marlboro Mayor Tonga Turner wrote in her resignation letter. “I am truly excited about what the future holds for the town and what...
  • Breitbart’s Aaron Klein among Nation’s 100 ‘Heaviest’ Radio Hosts

    “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio,” the popular weekend talk radio show, made this year’s Talkers’ Heavy Hundred list of the nation’s top radio programs. | Politics