Stockton cases raise questions about USA Swimming's commitment to protecting young athletes
The company sells Bibles and other religious texts but it got calls about CBD, which comes from marijuana and hemp.
Software extracts emails, texts and contacts and could be used to track movements
Paul Manafort told Sean Hannity that he would never give up information on President Donald Trump or senior White House adviser and Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner, according to newly unsealed texts between the two men in 2017 and 2018.
The former Democratic congressman had been sentenced to 21 months for sending sexually explicit texts to a 15-year-old girl.
A federal plan would allow debt collectors to send texts or emails to borrowers until consumers opt out, but would limit how often collectors can call consumers.
After Admitting Drug Use, Tennessee House Speaker's Top Aide Resigns Amid Allegations Of Racist And Sexually Explicit Texts
The Republican Tennessee House speaker's chief of staff resigned Monday amid allegations that he sent sexually explicit and racist text messages, and after admitting he used cocaine inside a legislative office building when he held a previous job.
MP says it is 'absolute scandal' such 'filthy texts, as if taken from Nazi newspapers' sold in parliament
Lieutenant Removed From Rapid Response Team As Portland Police Investigate His Texts With Patriot Prayer's Joey Gibson
Portland Police Bureau also schedules "listening session'' for next Thurs., Feb. 21, from 6 to 8 p.m. to hear public's concerns. Meanwhile, president of Portland police commanding officers' union blasts mayor and city commissioner for their "rush to judgment.''
Hundreds of texts, reported Thursday by Willamette Week and the Portland Mercury, show a friendly rapport between Gibson and Lt. Jeff Niiya, a more-than-20-year member of the Portland Police Bureau. Mayor Ted Wheeler called the text messages "disturbing," said that they appeared to encourage Gibson and that incidents like this contribute to public distrust of the Portland Police Bureau.
The texts show that Lt. Jeff Niiya had a friendly rapport with far-right organizer Joey Gibson.
A reporter at the Washington Post says that an investigator hired by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos believes that text messages leaked to the National Enquirer between Bezos and his girlfriend may have been sent to the magazine by someone in gove
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is personally funding an investigation into how his texts ended up in the hands of the National Enquirer -- and an associate of Roger Stone's is now being questioned. The Daily Beast reports that the investigation has questioned Michael Sanchez, the brother of Bezos' mistress, Lauren Sanchez. Bezos' personal security consultant, Gavin de Becker, confirmed as much on the record. Equally interesting, though, is that Sanchez is an associate of numerous individuals in President Trump's orbit, including former advisers Roger Stone and Carter Page. When reached for comment by The Daily Beast, Stone denied hacking Bezos' phone, despite not actually being asked if he had done it. When this was pointed out to him, Stone replied, "You are busted. You are not a journalist. No one believes anything you write." Stone had previously gone on InfoWars to claim he was about to be accused by The Daily Beast of hacking Bezos' phone, which, again, the publication never suggested. Investigators are leaning toward the belief that the leaking of Bezos' texts to the Trump-friendly National Enquirer was politically motivated, the report says. Bezos owns The Washington Post and has been a frequent target of Trump's, and de Becker says "strong leads point to political motives." Documents reportedly show Sanchez discussing the Enquirer's reporting on Bezos' affair with Stone and Page after it was published. But Sanchez himself has apparently insisted to investigators that the "deep state" was probably responsible for the leak. Naturally, they have "not taken that possibility seriously." Brendan Morrow
The transcript from Friday's closed-door hearing was made public late Saturday, and it confirms that Mueller is pursuing a possible obstruction of justice case against the president.
Vice Media was fighting a police production order to hand over texts with a suspected terrorist.
A property owner refused to rent to a woman because she is black, according to federal housing officials.
The state news agency Xinhua says the nameless presenter will help reduce news production costs.