CREDIT: AP Photo/Rick Bowmer More than one-thousand ex-coal miners are losing their promised health benefits in eight months. Murray Energy redirected the blame in its announcement this week to the Obama administration, insisting that the largest independent coal company in the U. S. is the real victim here — of the so-called war on coal.
The Oregon woman who beat her 4-year-old son to death because she thought he was turning out gay was sentenced to life in prison on Friday. OregonLive.com reported that Jessica Dutro, 25, and her live-in boyfriend Brian Canady, 24, were both found guilty and sentenced in the August, 2012 beating death of 4-year-old Zachary Dutro-Boggess.
Zachary and two siblings were living with Dutro in a Tigard, OR homeless shelter when Dutro messaged to Canady on Facebook that she thought Zachary was going to be gay.
“He walks and talks like it.
CREDIT: AP During an event at the University of Tennessee’s law school on Tuesday, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia suggested to the capacity crowd that perhaps they should take up arms against the U. S government if their taxes ever get too high. During a question and answer part of the event, a student asked Scalia about the constitutionality of a federal income tax.
Republican gubernatorial hopeful Asa Hutchinson is calling rival Curtis Coleman's vow to resist some deployments of the Arkansas National Guard "inflammatory rhetoric." Coleman is criticizing Hutchinson's past endorsement of Attorney General Eric Holder.