Rhode Island passed a bill that was passed by the state’s senate requires presidential candidates to disclose their income tax returns in order to appear on the ballot in 2020. The bill is aimed at Trump because he refused to release them in 2016, claiming that they were under audit. Other states are considering similar legislation.
Eleven MS-13 gang members are facing life in prison after being charged in the kidnappings and deaths of two teens whose bodies were dug up in a Virginia park last year. The teens were killed weeks apart, as MS-13 allegedly believed that one was a member of a rival gang and the other was thought to be a police informant. The group’s motto is “Kill, rape, control.”
The owner of the Red Hen restaurant in Lexington, Virginia says that she refused service to White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders because some of her gay employees were triggered over the Trump administration’s transgender military ban. The story went viral and people began comparing it to Christian conservatives who have been sued for refusing to bake wedding cakes for gay couples.
Africa: Whistleblowers reported seeing a senior member of staff in Kenya bringing “very young girls” back to his place, adding that they were prostitutes. Another witness reported hearing a senior aid worker boast it was “so easy” swapping medicinal supplies for sex while stationed in Liberia. The problem is said to lie with senior staffers who may be “too big to fail.”