Democrat Stacey Abrams ended her gubernatorial bid in Georgia on Friday, acknowledging that Republican Brian Kemp will become the state’s governor, according to CNN. The nominee’s announcement comes after an intense 10 days of post-election legal challenges by her legal team who hoped to force a runoff in December. TheRead More →

“I cannot believe this” is what a Wisconsin man said after he successfully hunted a 19-point buck over the weekend. Joshua Gawrysiak, of Eau Claire, told Fox News that he hunted the buck for five years before striking it with an arrow it in Chippewa Falls on Saturday, Nov. 10.Read More →

BERLIN (AP) — German prosecutors say they’ve charged a 32-year-old Syrian man with membership in a terrorist organization for alleged involvement with the extremist Islamic State group. Prosecutors said in a statement Friday that Mohamed A. G., whose last name wasn’t given in line with privacy laws, was arrested ThursdayRead More →

BASE CAMP DONNA, Texas—The number of U.S. troops at the border with Mexico may have peaked at about 5,800, the U.S. commander of the mission told Reuters, noting he would start looking next week at whether to begin sending forces home or perhaps shifting some to new border positions. TheRead More →

MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Former Philippine first lady Imelda Marcos on Friday posted a $7,400 bail for provisional liberty after she was found guilty of graft and ordered imprisoned. Marcos, 89, was convicted last week of illegally funneling about $200 million to Swiss foundations in the 1970s when she servedRead More →

As reported in the Inquisitr this morning, President Trump unleashed a flurry of missives on his Twitter account attacking Robert Mueller and the Special Counsel’s investigation into possible Russian interference in the 2016 election. Those attacks continued unimpeded through the morning hours. The inner workings of the Mueller investigation areRead More →