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Nov 16 2023
CASPER, Wyo. — Here is a list of those who filed for a divorce from Nov. 6 through Nov. 13. All filings are reported to Oil City News by the Natrona County District Court.
The log is not a comprehensive document and may not represent all of the divorces in Natrona County. The report excludes sealed cases and confidential parties.
Click here to see the applications for marriageOil City News
Nov 29 2023
Biden DOJ Collects List of Every Person Who Followed, Retweeted or Mentioned Donald Trump on Twitter
Court documents released Monday by the Justice Department show that special counsel Jack Smith successfully obtained access to everyone who liked, retweeted or mentioned Donald Trump on Twitter, now known as X. The search warrant, issued in January by the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, is part of Smith’s investigation into Trump’s actions leading up to the Capitol incursionWestern Journal
Dec 29 2022
The Twitter Files Raised A Lot Of Questions About Twitter And The FBI. The Bureau Hasn’t Answered Any Of Them
The FBI has left important questions unanswered after documents from the “Twitter Files” revealed that the bureau influenced Twitter’s content moderation.
The FBI had a major influence on Twitter’s decision to censor the New York Post’s reporting on Hunter Biden’s laptop and made numerous censorship requests to Twitter in the lead-up to the 2020 election, as documented in the “TwitterThe Daily Caller
Dec 03 2022
Elon Musk hyped the release of bombshell revelations Friday about Twitter’s controversial decision to restrict stories about Hunter Biden’s laptop on the platform, but the leak was a resounding flop with many right-wing pundits.
“So far, I’m deeply underwhelmed,” Sebastian Gorka, a former Trump administration official turned right-wing radio host, said. His comments came afterDaily Beast
Jul 08 2022
Elon Musk is terminating his $44 billion deal to buy Twitter, according to a filing the billionaire made with the Securities and Exchange Commission Friday.
Musk’s lawyers sent a letter to Twitter saying he is “terminating their merger agreement,” according to the filing. In the letter, Musk argues he has a right to drop out of the deal because Twitter hasn’t given him enoughWashington Post
Dec 04 2022
Elon Musk half-delivered on his promise to tell all about Twitter’s censorship of The New York Post’s Hunter Biden laptop story before the 2020 election. What was missing were details of specific warnings we know the FBI made to Twitter about a Russian “hack and leak operation” involving Hunter during their weekly meetings with top executives of the social media giant in the days and weeksMiranda Devine
Nov 29 2023
The Mississippi Republican Party is asking the state Supreme Court to dissolve an emergency order a judge issued on election night keeping polls open in Hinds County, saying the order violated state law and the court lacked jurisdiction. The state Republican Party filing notes the issue is spilled milk with the election over, but says the high court should make a ruling to prevent futureMississippi Today News
Jun 27 2022
Former President Donald Trump filed an appeal over the dismissal of his lawsuit that claimed Twitter violated his First Amendment right to free speech when the platform banned him following the events of Jan. 6, 2021.
Bloomberg reports that Trump filed a notice of appeal in San Francisco federal court on Monday, saying he will take his case to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.Newsmax (News)
Nov 20 2023
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is opening an investigation into Media Matters for “potential fraudulent activity” after X CEO Elon Musk accused the left-wing media watchdog group of manipulating data on the social media platform. Media Matters published a report on Friday accusing X of placing ads next to “white nationalist hashtags.” However, Musk believes that the group “completelyHotAir
Nov 15 2023
WILMINGTON, DE — A former Enfield resident who was taken into custody at the Elm Street Burger King on an out-of-state warrant earlier this month has been formally charged with murder by police in Wilmington. Timothy Olschafskie, 30, who according to Wilmington police now resides in Ansonia, was arrested by Enfield police Nov. 2 as a fugitive from justice, and was held on $1 million bondPatch.com