Prosecutors Reveal How Close ISIS-Inspired Man Came To Pulling Off D.C.-Area Terror Attack
On Monday, federal prosecutors filed a criminal complaint revealing details about a thwarted terror attack in the Washington, D.C. area — and just how close the would-be terrorist came to harming innocent people.
The suspect, a Muslim American citizen from Maryland who had become radicalized, wanted to emulate the horrific truck attack in Nice, France. He likely would have been able to carry out his murderous plot if he had not chosen to delay the attack.
Groups believe not having children is a way to cut a person’s carbon footprint
When Roy Sasano told his parents he was getting sterilized a few years ago to reduce his carbon footprint, he remembers they weren’t surprised.
After all, he had already taken other steps to fight climate change by becoming a vegan, “virtually” eliminating single-use plastic and reducing his consumption as much as is practicable.
True North Field Report: Asylum Seekers at Plaza Hotel are eligible for a housing allowance after 6-month stay
As exclusively reported by True North, some refugee claimants are purposefully staying within the Toronto shelter system for over six months so they can gain eligibility to a housing allowance that helps pay their rent for up to four years.
Another True North investigation revealed that the homeless shelter system is a tiered system, with many asylum seekers who crossed the border illegally into Canada getting better accommodations than the native homeless population.
Immigrants, visible minorities say Quebec government targeting them with bills
Immigrants and visible minorities are noticing how some of the most significant pieces of legislation introduced by the Coalition Avenir Quebec government since it took power last October have something in common: the bills disproportionately affect them.
Quebec’s Bill 21, which bans some public sector employees including teachers and police officers from wearing religious symbols, has drawn widespread criticism since Minister of Immigration, Diversity and Inclusiveness Simon Jolin-Barrette tabled it last month.
‘The Simpsons’ Showrunner: Lisa Simpson ‘Possibly Polyamorous’
Speaking with Metro.co.uk, Al Jean said Lisa Simpson could not only become President of the United States but a polyamorous one at that. “I see Lisa as President and possibly polyamorous, [and] Bart enjoying life as he did at the end of the Barthood episode,” he said.
Al Jean confirmed to the outlet that “The Simpsons” will seek to become more inclusive on the show by bringing on more LGBT characters.