On Tuesday, Circuit Judge Alice Gray granted a request from the family of former Clinton aide Mark Middleton, sealing photos, video, and other visual content related to his apparent suicide on May 7 in Perry County.

The order will allow a petitioner to request the records after the investigation is complete and the file is opened under the Freedom of Information Act.

The US government’s top oversight official for Afghanistan has accused the State Department and the US Agency for International Development (USAID) of stonewalling ongoing investigations, saying they have refused interviews with staff and even failed to provide “basic information” to assist the probes.

Robb Elementary School mass-killer Salvador Ramos had scared teachers before his murder— even acting and “dressing like a school shooter” as far back as last year, a special hearing was told.

Concerns about the 18-year-old loner’s disturbing demeanor came up “several times” during interviews after Ramos killed 19 children and their two teachers in Uvalde, Texas, in May, Texas Department of Public Safety Director Steve McCraw told a state Senate hearing Tuesday.

One of the most extraordinary powers of the American citizen is the right to vote for our representatives in local state and federal elections, in what is the greatest experiment in humankind called ‘self-governance.’

And Democrat Joe Biden is apparently attempting to grab up the entire election process and cut out that part that we like from his romantic dreams of being a ruler.


A Uvalde school teacher has said gunman Salvador Ramos 'scared her' and began 'dressing like a school shooter' in the months leading up to the massacre.

During a Texas State Senate hearing investigating the response to the shooting, director of the Texas Department of Public Safety, Col. Steve McCraw, said that after the shooting at least six individuals told him Ramos had worried them.

Newly released video stills from inside Robb Elementary School in Uvalde show police were armed to the teeth with rifles, body armor and ballistic shields but waited 58 minutes before engaging the shooter and killing him.

The mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde could have been stopped within three minutes if police armed with rifles and body armor engaged the shooter rather than take cover and hide in the name of officer safety, Texas Department of Public Safety Director Steve McCraw testified Tuesday.

21 people, including 19 children aged nine to eleven, were murdered by a mentally unstable 18-year-old at the Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas on May 24. The brutality of the incident, and conflicting and contradictory reports on the fumbled the police response, sparked outrage in the Lone Star State and across the country.