Apple Inc. is about to suffer huge reputational risk, now that the FBI is taking its new capability to hack encrypted Apple products on the road to help other law enforcement agencies.
Columnist Charles Krauthammer predicted that Democratic presidential candidate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will be “either indicted, or there’s a criminal referral somehow squashed by the higher ups” for her email practices on Thursday’s “Special Report” on the Fox News Channel. Krauthammer said, [relevant remarks begin around 4:20] “The ultimate irony is that the reason she embarked on all of this was to hide her communications from the world, from the Freedom of Information Act, from the Congress. That was the point. There’s no other point in doing this. It’s meant to evade subpoenas, inquiries, congressional Committees. And now it’s all over the — I mean, everything is out there. we know that 22 of these were extremely highly secret.” He added, “I think she gets either indicted, or there’s a criminal referral somehow squashed by the higher ups. I can’t see her getting away from this with nothing.” Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett
A proposed class-action lawsuit filed on Tuesday is asking a federal judge to prevent a group of surfers, known as the Lunada Bay Boys, from continuing with over a decade of violence and intimidation tactics to prevent “outsiders” from surfing in thei…
There’s a great deal of misinformation surrounding Alison Rapp being removed from her Product Marketing Specialist position at Nintendo of America’s Treehouse localization studio.
Thursday on MSNBC’s “MTP Daily,” former Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-LA) said Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump won’t convince him that he’s a “conservative,” therefore he should start naming “trusted, principled conservatives” he would nominate for his cabinet. “You used many great analogies, but hopefully this is the week Donald Trump jumps the shark,” Jindal said. “I’m old enough to remember that I don’t know if viewers remember Fonzy jumping the shark. Hopefully this is the week, whether it was the ridiculous comments about abortion, whether it was his campaign manager getting arrested. Who knows? He seems to bounce back from all of these things. I’m not a fan of Donald Trump. There’s still time to beat him.” “But obviously I’m going to support my party’s nominee,” he continued. “I don’t think we can afford Hillary Clinton in office. One thing that Donald Trump can do. He’ll never be able to convince somebody like me in the time he’s got left he’s a conservative. He won’t convince somebody like me, who is a serious policy guy. What he can start doing is saying who are the types of people he’d put around him, who would he appoint as secretary of defense, secretary of state.
Us Magazine has published a report claiming Russian president Vladimir Putin is dating Rupert Murdoch’s ex-wife Wendi Deng in their “new couple alert” section, although the report also concedes that “reports of the pair have been floating around for y…
Thursday on NewsmaxTV’s “The Steve Malzberg Show,” former Nixon and Reagan aide and conservative commentator Pat Buchanan said Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump faces a “rough” test in Wisconsin’s GOP primary Tuesday, because losing could “halt” Trump’s momentum while a win could give him the nomination. Given Gov. Scott Walker’s endorsement of Cruz, local conservative radio hosts being against him and the large amount of anti-Trump super PAC ads running, Buchanan explained, “This is a very rough test for Trump. I think if he loses it he still can easily win the nomination but he’s really going to have to start running the table completely. If he loses this, and this would really I think blunt and halt the momentum he has built up.” When asked what the result would be if Trump won Wisconsin, Buchanan said, “I think Trump is the nominee.” Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN
On the Friday edition of Breitbart News Daily, broadcast live on Sirius XM Patriot channel 125 from 6AM to 9AM EST, host and Breitbart News executive chairman Stephen K. Bannon will discuss the latest political developments leading up to the big Wisconsin primary. Special guests include: Ned Ryun of American Majority will weigh in on the Wisconsin primary. Wendy Long, the nominee of the New York Republican, Conservative, and Reform parties for U.S. Senate, will discuss her bid to unseat Democrat Chuck Schumer. Professor John McAdams of Marquette University, who is under attack at his Catholic university for supporting the rights of a student who defended the definition of marriage as being between a man and woman, will give us his side of the story. Author and political commentator Kristin Tate will tell us about her new book Government Gone Wild: How D.C. Politicians Are Taking You for a Ride — and What You Can Do About It. Breitbart’s Michael Patrick Leahy and Mike Flynn will break down the latest polling figures and delegate count for the GOP primary race. Live from London, Rome, and Jerusalem, Breitbart correspondents will provide updates on the latest international news. Breitbart News Daily is the first live,
President Barack Obama said that China and the United States should continue to work together on their economic relationship.