Ecuador Earthquake: State of Emergency Declared After at Least 77 Killed  


Ecuador was in a state of emergency Sunday after a powerful earthquake flattened buildings and ravaged towns along the nation's northwestern coast Saturday night.

At least 77 people were killed nearly 600 more were wounded, Vice President Jorge Glas said, after the magnitude-7.8 earthquake struck just before 7 p.m. local time (8 p.m. ET). - Referenced Article

EXCLUSIVE: Obama vows no influence in Clinton email probe, defends terror fight  

Fox News By : Staff Reporting

President Obama repeatedly vowed there would be no political influence over the Justice Department’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while secretary of state --

in a wide-ranging interview with “Fox News Sunday” in which he also ardently defended his efforts to defeat the Islamic State and other terror groups amid criticism about his perceived indifference. - Referenced Article

Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert abused 4 boys, prosecutors say  

CNN By : Faith Karimi

Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert sexually abused at least four boys when he worked as a wrestling coach in Illinois decades ago, federal prosecutors said.

In documents released Friday, prosecutors detailed stunning allegations against the longest-running Republican speaker of the House. - Referenced Article

Bill Clinton gets heated with Black Lives Matter protesters over his crime bill  

Boston Globe By : Philip Bump

Near the height of the crime wave that blanketed the United States and suffocated the District of Columbia in the early 1990s,

The Post ran a front-page article about an 11-year-old girl named Jessica Bradford. Bradford, the article began, ‘‘knows five people who have been killed.

It could happen to her, she says, so she has told her family that if she should get shot before her sixth-grade prom, she wants to be buried in her prom dress. - Referenced Article

Six charts to explain the Wisconsin primary results  


Sens. Bernie Sanders and Ted Cruz had a big night Tuesday in Wisconsin, winning the Democratic and Republican primaries, respectively.

The NBC News Exit Poll revealed insights into how voters felt about various issues and the candidates after they made their choice. - Referenced Article

Steve Case: The Third Wave Is Taking The Internet To The Next Level  

CBS This Morning By : Staff Reporting

In 1985, Steve Case co-founded “America Online.” He took the company from its primitive dial-up days to one of the biggest media mergers ever. He is out with a new book, “The Third Wave: An Entrepreneur’s Vision of the Future.” He joined “CBS This Morning” to discuss how the world is entering a "third case" of the digital revolution, the importance of technological innovations and the role the government should play.

If Unsuccessful Trump Leaves The Race Wealthier, Wiki-Bio By : Staff Reporting

Donald J. Trump entered the race a billionaire and will leave the race with even wealthier depending on his real net worth. Not only did Trump bring new voters to the Republican Party, but he has also brought an even more enthusiastic base to his brand.

His ability to marketing himself is will be a factor for the unforeseeable future and I'm sure he being a senior analyst on CNN giving his unique view on politics would send rating through the roof, not to mention another realty series.

His followers will still have the means to disrupt key political races across the country, with candidates seeking Trump out to give speeches in their districts in close match-ups. So if you view Trump as an embarrasment to what civil politics should be get ready don't think he'll disappear anytime soon.

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SCOTUS Unanimously Rejects Challenge to One Person, One Vote  


The U.S. Supreme Court unanimously rejected an effort to change political boundaries and reduce the voting strength of the nation's Latino population on Monday.

Two residents of Texas urged the court to rule that in drawing legislative boundaries to create districts with roughly equal populations, states should count the voting population, not the total population. - Referenced Article

Early Missteps Seen as a Drag on Bernie Sanders Campaign  


The morning after he lost the Nevada caucuses in February, Bernie Sanders held a painful conference call with his top advisers.

Mr. Sanders expressed deep frustration that he had not built a stronger political operation in the state, and then turned to the worrisome situation at hand.

His strategy for capturing the Democratic presidential nomination was based on sweeping all three early-voting states, and he had fallen short... - Referenced Article

Revealed: the $2bn offshore trail that leads to Vladimir Putin  

The Guardian By : Luke Harding

A network of secret offshore deals and vast loans worth $2bn has laid a trail to Russia’s president, Vladimir Putin.

An unprecedented leak of documents shows how this money has made members of Putin’s close circle fabulously wealthy.

Though the president’s name does not appear in any of the records, the data reveals a pattern... - Referenced Article

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