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‘Aggressive’ coyote in Texas attacks two joggers on morning run: ‘It just kept coming and comi

Dec 18, 2018 — Fox News

Two joggers were attacked by a coyote in Frisco, Texas on Monday morning, police confirmed.

Sheri Devore and Marcia Foster were heading home from their 45-minute run around 5:30 a.m. Monday when the animal allegedly approached the two women and “lunged” at Foster, according to Fox 4.—More….

3 illegal immigrants indicted for murder of American whistleblower: report

Dec 18, 2018 — Fox News

Three illegal immigrants were indicted for the murder of a whistleblower in Georgia who reported that one of the immigrants ran a scheme to employ other illegal immigrants and defrauded a tree service company.

Brothers Pablo Rangel-Rubio, 49, and Juan Rangel-Rubio, 42, both residents of Rincon, Ga., and Higinio Perez-Bravo, 49, of Savannah, were charged on Thursday, said Southern District of Georgia U.S. Attorney Bobby L. Christine.—More….

Reporter who broke news of Steele dossier used to surveil ex-Trump aide calls its claims largely ‘fa

Dec 18, 2018 — Fox News

The salacious and unverified opposition research dossier cited by the FBI as its main justification to surveil a top Trump aide contains many claims that are “likely false,” according to the Yahoo News reporter who was among the first to break the news of the dossier’s existence.

Michael Isikoff’s statements on John Ziegler’s Free Speech Broadcasting podcast came a day before Michael Cohen adviser Lanny Davis reiterated that Cohen has never been to Prague—where, according to the dossier, he traveled to arrange a payment to Russian hackers during the 2016 presidential campaign.—More….

Michael Flynn’s sentencing delayed by judge after dramatic hearing for ex-national security adviser

Dec 18, 2018 — Fox News

A federal judge on Tuesday delayed sentencing once again for former national security adviser Michael Flynn—a surprise decision at a dramatic hearing where the judge tore into the defendant and even questioned whether Flynn committed treason before walking back his comments.

The delay came after Flynn’s attorneys initially declined an offer Tuesday from U.S. District Judge Emmet G. Sullivan to delay the sentencing on charges of making false statements to the FBI, amid the judge’s questions over Flynn’s cooperation in a separate case involving illegal lobbying for Turkey. After Sullivan tore into the defendant and warned he couldn’t guarantee that Flynn wouldn’t get jail time, the defense asked for a sentencing delay.—More….

Defiant Comey lashes out at House GOP over ‘frustrating’ hearing

Dec 17, 2018 — Fox News

Former FBI director James Comey blasted House Republicans on Monday after exiting what he described as a “frustrating” closed-door hearing—his second Capitol Hill appearance this month where he was called to answer questions on the Russia and Hillary Clinton email probes.

“Someday, they’ll have to explain to their grandchildren what they did today,” a defiant Comey said of the Republicans on the two House committees that conducted the interview, accusing them of not defending the FBI from President Trump’s attacks.—More…

Comey, dubbed ‘amnesiac with incredible hubris,’ back on Hill for new round of grilling

Dec 17, 2018 — Fox News

Former FBI Director James Comey is back on the Hill for an encore, after a controversial appearance more than a week ago in which he told lawmakers seeking answers over the FBI’s handling of the Trump-Russia collusion probe some version of “I don’t know” at least 245 times.

Comey is set to testify behind closed doors again Monday morning, before members of the House oversight and judiciary committees.—More….

Trump joins Wreaths Across America in laying wreaths at Arlington National Cemetery

Dec 15, 2018 — Fox News

President Trump paid a Saturday visit to Arlington National Cemetery, where thousands of volunteers had just taken part in the rain in the annual holiday wreath-laying tribute to those who served—and died—in America’s wars.

Trump made the unscheduled stop to the famous military ceremony about 2:15 p.m. ET, hours after the event began.—More

Mueller probe has cost taxpayers more than $25 million, spending report reveals

Dec 14, 2018 — Fox News

Taxpayers have spent more than $25 million on Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, according to the latest spending report released Friday.

Between April 1 and Sept. 30 of this year, the special counsel has spent $4.56 million on the investigation. — More….

Mick Mulvaney to replace John Kelly as ‘acting’ chief of staff, Trump says

Dec 14, 2018 — Fox News

Mick Mulvaney will replace John Kelly as chief of staff, President Trump announced on Friday. This is a developing story. Please check back for updates.—More….

Mueller releases Flynn files showing FBI doubts over ‘lying,’ tensions over interview

Dec 14, 2018 — Fox News

Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team on Friday released key documents relating to the FBI’s questioning of former national security adviser Michael Flynn, confirming agents did not believe at the time Flynn intentionally lied to them—though he was later charged with making false statements in that interview.

The documents also reveal that the decision to interview Flynn in early 2017 about contacts with the Russian ambassador was controversial within the Justice Department. One FBI document said then-Acting Attorney General Sally Yates “was not happy” when then-FBI Director James Comey informed her that the FBI planned to talk to Flynn. The report also said several unnamed people back at FBI headquarters “later argued about the FBI’s decision to interview Flynn.”—More….

Justice Dept IG blames FBI-wide software failure for missing Strzok-Page messages

Dec 14, 2018 — Fox News

In a comprehensive report issued Thursday, the Department of Justice’s internal watchdog blamed a technical glitch for a swath of missing text messages between anti-Trump ex-FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page—and revealed that government phones issued by Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s office to Strzok and Page had been wiped completely clean after Strzok was fired from the Russia probe.

The DOJ’s Inspector General (IG) said that, with help from the Department of Defense, it was able to uncover thousands of missing text messages written by Strzok and Page and sent using their FBI-issued Samsung phones from December 15, 2016 through May 17, 2017, “as well as hundreds of other text messages outside the gap time period that had not been produced by the FBI due to technical problems with its text message collection tool.”—More…

FBI misses deadline to provide docs to Judiciary Committee probing whistleblower raid

Dec 13, 2018 — Fox News

The Justice Department and FBI have missed a Wednesday deadline to provide information about the government’s mysterious raid on a former FBI contractor-turned-whistleblower’s home last month.

Sixteen FBI agents on Nov. 19 raided the home of Dennis Nathan Cain, who reportedly gave the Justice Department’s Inspector General (IG) documents related to the Uranium One controversy and potential wrongdoing by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.—More…

Georgia officer shot, killed during traffic stop, K-9 critically wounded, police say

Dec 13, 2018 — Fox News

A police officer in DeKalb County, Georgia, was fatally shot during a traffic stop Thursday, officials said.

The deadly incident occurred after police attempted to stop a vehicle before the operator tried to flee, police told Fox 5 Atlanta. A foot chase ultimately ensued, following which both an officer and a K-9 were shot, police told the outlet.—More….

Trump, in Fox News interview, says he never ‘directed’ Michael Cohen ‘to do anything wrong’

Dec 13, 2018 — Fox News

President Trump, in his first interview since Michael Cohen was sentenced to prison, told Fox News on Thursday that he never directed his former fixer to do anything wrong and called Cohen’s allegations to the contrary an attempt to “embarrass” him.

“I never directed him to do anything wrong,” the president told host Harris Faulkner in an exclusive interview on Fox News’ “Outnumbered Overtime.” “Whatever he did, he did on his own.”—More….

Cherif Chekatt, France gunman who opened fire at Christmas market, is dead, reports say

Dec 13, 2018 — Fox News

Cherif Chekatt, the gunman who killed multiple people Tuesday at a Christmas market in Strasbourg, France, is dead, local reports said Thursday.

A wide-scale manhunt for the suspect had been ongoing since the shooting earlier this week. Three people were killed in the attack and several others injured, police said.—More….

Laura Ingraham: Immigration truths the Democrats deny

Dec 13, 2018 — Fox News

Congressmen and senators are supposed to be fighting for the American people, their constituents. But when Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer pounced on the president at the Oval Office on Tuesday for whom exactly were they fighting?

Both the Senate and the House oath of offices are nearly identical. They begin like this: “I do solemnly swear or affirm that I will support and defend the constitution of the United States against all enemies foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same.”—More….

Trump cancels White House Christmas party for the press

Dec 13, 2018 — Fox News

EXCLUSIVE – President Trump has canceled the White House holiday party for the media, making the decades-old tradition a victim of his increasingly contentious relationship with major news organizations.

The annual Christmas-season gathering was a significant perk for those covering the White House, as well as other Washington reporters, anchors and commentators, and New York media executives would regularly fly in for the occasion. At its peak, the invitation-only soirees grew so large that there were two back-to-back events, one for broadcast outlets and one for print organizations.—More..

At least 3 Houston officers shot, gunman on the loose, investigators say

Dec 11, 2018 — Fox News

Three officers were injured during crossfire in Houston on Tuesday while trying to serve a warrant to a man who remains at large, officials said.

At approximately 12:50 p.m. local time, five agents with the Fugitive Apprehension Unit—part of the state attorney general’s office—and two investigators with the sheriff’s office were attempting to serve a felony warrant to 25-year-old Daniel Trevino, Chief Deputy Edison Toquica with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office said.—More….


Meng Wanzhou, Chinese telecom exec facing possible extradition to US, granted bail by Canadian judge

Dec 11, 2018 — Fox News

A Canadian judge on Tuesday granted bail to Meng Wanzhou, the Chinese telecom executive facing possible extradition to the U.S. after she was detained in Vancouver earlier this month.

Justice William Ehrcke announced his decision to grant her bail Tuesday after 2 1/2 days of hearings.—More…

Nashville airport travelers stop to sing national anthem for children of fallen service members

Dec 11, 2018 — Fox News

Travelers at Nashville’s busy airport over the weekend stopped to sing “The Star-Spangled Banner,” paying their respects to a plane full of children whose parents had died in combat.

“At the Nashville airport I walked out into the concourse to this scene @americanairlines was flying a plane full of children who had lost a parent in combat to Disneyworld on an all expenses paid trip and they threw a party for them at the gate,” Jen Tringale wrote on Facebook on Saturday.—MORE…