A man was taken to hospital in Arizona this week after shooting himself in the groin area inside a Walmart in Buckeye, Maricopa County.
The local police department tweeted on Tuesday officers were working what appeared to be a “self-inflicted accidental shooting” inside the Watson and Yuma Walmart.
Buckeye PD later confirmed in an update: “Adult male accidentally shot himself in the groin area inside the Walmart Watson & Yuma. Being transported to hospital. No other injuries.”
The Arizona Republic newspaper reported the incident occurred at around 6:30 p.m. after a semiautomatic handgun that was being held in the man’s waistband began to slip. The gun, which was not in a holster, discharged as he attempted to reposition it, the man told cops.
I guess it’s safe to say that all of our info is in the hands of hackers at the moment. It’s not just this breach. It’s every breach including the ones we don’t even know about yet.
Marriott International said on Friday that hackers illegally accessed its Starwood Hotels brand’s reservation database since 2014, potentially exposing personal information on about 500 million guests.
Shares of the company fell nearly 6 percent to about $115 in trading before the bell.
The company said for 327 million guests, personal information compromised could include passport details, phone numbers and email addresses. For some others, it could include credit card information.
The company said it learned about the breach after an internal security tool sent an alert on Sept. 8. On further investigation, the hotel chain learned data had been hacked long before.
The company, which bought Starwood in 2016, said it had reported the incident to law enforcement and had begun notifying regulatory authorities.
I watched this on mute because…. that music…
Federal agents showed up unannounced at the City Hall office of Finance Committee Chairman Ed Burke, kicked everyone out and papered over the windows Thursday morning.
The nature of their visit was not known, but Ald. Burke (14th) has dodged dozens of federal investigations over five decades in Chicago politics.
Federal agents also showed up to Burke’s ward office and papered over the windows there.
A spokesman for the U.S. attorney’s office declined to comment. Calls to the FBI office in Chicago and the IRS criminal investigations division were not immediately returned.
A reporter knocked on the City Hall office door Thursday morning; the man who answered, who was not a member of Burke’s office staff, had no comment.
Trump's former tax attorney just had his offices raided by the FBI pic.twitter.com/CXuKRMD05z
— jordan (@JordanUhl) November 29, 2018
These people are so damn stupid:
Corsi says he ‘absolutely’ intended to help Trump campaign by trying to get Clinton emails:
Conservative author and conspiracy theorist Jerome Corsi agreed in a new interview that he “absolutely” intended to help President Trump’s campaign by trying to get stolen Hillary Clinton emails from WikiLeaks.
Appearing Wednesday on Ari Melber’s MSNBC show, Corsi was grilled about his involvement in special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into Russia’s election interference and possible collusion between Trump’s campaign and Moscow in 2016.
“Everybody in the world who was in news or political operations after July 22 2016 when Assange dumped all these emails on [then-Democratic National Committee Chairwoman] Debbie Wasserman-Schultz and said he had more, everyone wanted to know what they were,” Corsi explained.
“You wanted them out though to help the Trump campaign,” Melber interjected.
Corsi responded “absolutely” and said that he didn’t see anything wrong with it.
And then there’s coffee boy:
FBI and congressional investigators are looking into a new and uncorroborated claim that the former Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos said he was pursuing a business deal with Russians “which would result in large financial gains for himself” and President Donald Trump, The Atlantic reported.
A Democratic source on the House Intelligence Committee confirmed to INSIDER that the letter was sent to ranking member Adam Schiff’s office earlier this month from someone who claims to have been close to Papadopoulos in late 2016 and early 2017. Two US officials also told The Atlantic that federal authorities are investigating the letter and taking its claims “very seriously.”
Former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen has cut a deal with special counsel Robert Mueller’s team, ABC’s George Stephanopoulos reports. The deal was announced in a New York federal court Thursday.
As part of the deal, Cohen will admit making false statements to Congress committees investigating the Russia scandal. The Associated Press reports that the false statements relate to a Trump real estate project in Russia — specifically, efforts to build a “Trump Tower Moscow.”
Stephanopoulos also claims, per his sources, that Cohen will provide “dozens of hours of testimony potentially damaging to” President Trump.
Cohen had already pleaded guilty to tax fraud, bank fraud, and campaign finance charges as part of an investigation run by the US Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York. But he had not previously been charged as part of the Russia probe or officially agreed to cooperate with that investigation.
Cohen’s team has, however, been telling reporters for months that Cohen had bombshell information about the Trump-Russia scandal. But the claims about what Cohen purportedly knew sometimes changed, which has led to skepticism about whether he knew anything worthwhile.
Also known as President T. https://t.co/FSnbyZJsvj
— Josh Dawsey (@jdawsey1) November 29, 2018
— Tea Pain (@TeaPainUSA) November 29, 2018
Michael Cohen plea documents (via CNN)
1. Moscow Project deal lasted until into Summer 2016
2. Cohen discussed deal more than three times with candidate Trump
3. Cohen briefed Trump family members
4. Cohen took steps in contemplation of Trump’s travel to Russia
— Ryan Goodman (@rgoodlaw) November 29, 2018
With Michael Cohen's plea and information, the Mueller Investigation has now connected Trump's business dealings with Russia and supplied a motive for cooperation.
This thing is just about baked.
— Jared Yates Sexton (@JYSexton) November 29, 2018
Trump vented repeatedly about Fed Chair Jerome Powell today. But after meeting with Janet Yellen for post, Trump was impressed with her intellect & rates decisions. But he told advisers she was too short for the job and kept asking others if they agreed. https://t.co/JraIfKS5Zw
— Josh Dawsey (@jdawsey1) November 28, 2018