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Brett Wilkins

Editor-at-Large based in San Francisco, CA, United States. Joined on Jun 15, 2012
Expertise in Nightlife, clubbing, Food, dining & restaurants, Travel, Politics



Florida judge recognizes burglary suspect as old childhood friend

A Florida judge and a man accused of burglary shared an emotional courtroom reunion after she recognized the defendant as a childhood friend she hadn't seen since middle school.

Mother reunited with son abducted in 1999 thanks to Facebook pic

Campbell - A photo posted on Facebook helped reunite a northern California mother with her son who was abducted 15 years ago when he was just 3 years old.

Hawaii plastic bag ban goes into effect

Honolulu - As of Wednesday, grocery stores across the entire state of Hawaii are banned from distributing plastic bags to customers.

Nearly 10,000 attend Bernie Sanders campaign rally in Madison, WI

Madison - Bernie Sanders, the independent socialist senator seeking the Democratic presidential nomination, drew the largest crowd of any 2016 candidate so far, with nearly 10,000 people attending a campaign rally in Madison, WI on Wednesday evening.

U.S. Episcopalians vote to allow gay marriages in churches

Salt Lake City - US Episcopalian leaders voted overwhelmingly on Wednesday to eliminate language referring to marriage as the union of one man and one woman, and to allow religious weddings for same-sex couples in Episcopal churches across the nation.

Major U.S. church votes to divest from illegal Israeli occupation

Cleveland - A major US mainline Protestant church has overwhelmingly voted to sanction companies profiting from Israel's illegal occupation of Palestine.

In historic 5-4 ruling, Supreme Court legalizes gay marriage

Washington - Same-sex marriage equality is now the law of the land as the United States Supreme Court ruled in an historic civil rights case on Friday that the Constitution requires that gay couples be allowed to marry across the nation.

Supreme Court upholds 'Obamacare' subsidies

Washington - The United States Supreme Court on Thursday upheld a key portion of the Affordable Care Act, popularly known as 'Obamacare,' preserving healthcare coverage for millions of Americans and securing a major part of President Barack Obama's legacy.

U.S. reps. demand end to 'cruel abuse' of Palestinian children

Washington - Nineteen sitting members of Congress have co-signed a letter urging the Obama administration to pressure Israel to end its 'systemic abuse' of Palestinian children.

Ukrainian wants to deliver psychological support to war-torn home Special

Even before the current bloody conflict in Ukraine erupted last year, the nation's largely Soviet-era mental health infrastructure was in shambles.

Op-Ed: NRA official shamelessly blames Charleston victim for massacre

It took less than a day after the deadliest US gun massacre in nearly two years for a high-ranking National Rifle Association official to blame the slaughter on its most prominent victim.

Supreme Court rules Texas can ban Confederate license plates

Washington - Arch-conservative Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas joined his liberal colleagues in a rejecting a claim that Texas violated the First Amendment by refusing to allow license plates emblazoned with the pro-slavery Confederate flag.

Florida teen Ashley Miller took selfies of oral sex with dog

Bradenton - A Florida teen has admitted to taking selfies as she had sex with her pit bull dog in her grandmother's home, police said on Thursday.

Obama: Mass shootings 'don't happen in other advanced countries'

Washington - President Barack Obama addressed the massacre of nine black worshippers in a Charleston, South Carolina church last night with a frank acknowledgment that nations with strict gun control laws almost never suffer from mass shootings.

Charleston P.D.: 9 dead in 'hate crime' shooting at black church

Charleston - Nine people have died in a mass shooting at an historic black church in Charleston, South Carolina, a massacre the city's police chief is calling an apparent "hate crime."

Op-Ed: Trump announces presidential run by calling Mexicans 'rapists'

Real estate tycoon and braggadocious buffoon Donald Trump has single-handedly guaranteed that politically-minded comedians and satirists won't have to worry about finding new material for the foreseeable future by announcing yet another presidential run.

Golden State Warriors win first NBA title in 40 years

Cleveland - For the first time in 40 years, the Golden State Warriors are NBA champions, silencing a raucous home crowd and the self-proclaimed "world's best player" with a decisive 105-97 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 6 on Tuesday.

Former archbishop to stand trial for alleged child sex abuse

Vatican City - In an unprecedented move, Vatican prosecutors have indicted the Holy See's former ambassador to the Dominican Republic on child sex abuse charges.

U.S. Catholic archbishop resigns over sex abuse coverup charges

Minneapolis - The archbishop of one of America's largest Roman Catholic archdioceses has resigned after prosecutors charged church leaders with failing to protect children from a pedophile priest and covering up clergy child sex abuse.

What you need to know about the Keedox USB Charging HUB Commissioned

Small in size but packing a powerful punch, the Keedox Charging HUB, with seven USB ports, is just what the doctor ordered for busy professionals who need to simultaneously charge numerous devices.
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