Conspiracy Theory News
How Donald Trump Has Used Twitter as Bully Pulpit
Several users have reported being blocked by the President-Elect on the social media platform for tweeting negative comments at him.
Congress Members Join John Lewis in Boycott of Trump's Inauguration
Many years after his infamous stand against the police during the Civil Rights era, John Lewis speaks out against Trump's impending inauguration.
Louisiana Man Pleads Guilty to Threatening DC Pizzeria
A Louisiana man has admitted to calling in a threat to a Washington, D.C., pizzeria three days after a shooting at a nearby pizza place targeted by an online conspiracy theory
Trump Asks Skeptic to Probe Vaccine Safety, Alarming Doctors
President-elect Donald Trump is reviving long debunked attempts to link vaccines to autism, asking a vocal skeptic to chair a commission on vaccination safety
Second VW employee arrested over emissions scheme DETROIT (AP) — The Volkswagen executive who once was in charge of complying with U.S. emissions regulations was arrested and accused of deceiving federal regulators about the use of special software that cheated on emissions tests. Oliver Schmidt,
Woman Accused of Death Threat Against Sandy Hook Parent Pleads Not Guilty
A Florida woman accused of threatening a parent of one of the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting pleaded not guilty in federal court today. “You gonna die, death is coming to you real soon,” Lucy Richards wrote, according to the indictment. “Death is coming to you real soon and
Men Scale Bolivian Mountain, Find Black Box Remains From Crashed Flight 980
Dan Futrell and Isaac Stoner scaled Mt. Illimani after reading about the missing black boxes on Wikipedia.
Alleged Gunman in 'Pizzagate' Case Pleads Not Guilty to All Charges
Alleged "pizzagate" gunman Edgar M. Welch pleaded not guilty this morning to all charges stemming from the incident. Welch is charged with a federal offense of interstate transportation of a firearm and ammunition, a District of Columbia offense of assault with a dangerous weapon, and a D.C.
A Timeline of Russia's Hacking Into US Political Organizations Before the Election
President-elect Donald Trump has been arguing in recent days against U.S. intelligence reports that say Russia interfered with the 2016 election by hacking and releasing damaging information related to Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. Today, he called out the Obama administration
New Details Emerge in 'Pizzagate' Shooting as Suspect Faces Federal Charges
The suspected gunman at the center of the "Pizzagate" shooting in Washington, D.C ., which authorities said was sparked by a fake news story, is now facing federal charges and allegedly said that he may be "sacrificing the lives of a few for the lives of many," according to court documents. Edgar