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Heavy Rains Bring Detroit-Area Flooding

People who live in a community north of Detroit are being asked to reduce their water following several days of rain and flooding. Aerial views of the Clinton River in Sterling Heights shows high water under bridges and close to homes. (Feb. 21)...

Today in History for February 12th

Highlights of this day in history: President Abraham Lincoln and naturalist Charles Darwin born; The U.S. Senate acquits President Bill Clinton in his impeachment trial; Founding of the NAACP; Cartoonist Charles Schulz dies. (Feb. 12)...

Uranium One: Nuclear scandal fallout hits FBI & Clintons

As Democrats and Republicans target each other with accusations of ‘Russian collusion,’ they seize on evidence of the other’s alleged wrongdoing, no matter how flimsy. The latest such case is the Uranium One controversy. Read Full Article at...

Informant says Moscow paid millions in bid to influence Clinton

An FBI informant involved in the controversial Uranium One deal has told congressional committees that Moscow paid millions to a U.S. lobbying firm in a bid to influence then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton by helping former President Bill Clinton’s charities...

ShowBiz Minute: Clinton, Daniels, Jenner

Hillary Clinton tells conference "We're in the midst of a war on truth, facts and reason"; On amfAR carpet Lee Daniels says gay community lost elders to AIDS; Kylie Jenner's baby-name announcement is Instagram's most popular post, surpassing...

Today in History for February 6th

Highlights of this day in history: President Ronald Reagan born; Hillary Clinton runs for the U.S. Senate; Britain's King George VI dies; baseball legend Babe Ruth and reggae superstar Bob Marley born. (Feb. 6)...

Hillary Clinton’s #MeToo apology misses the mark

Hillary Clinton has explained her failure to fire a sexual harasser during her 2008 presidential campaign. In classic Clinton fashion, her apology read more like an extension of What Happened rather than an exercise in regret. Read Full Article at...

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