Florida nursing home where 8 died after Hurricane Irma previously cited for generator issues

The Florida nursing home where eight people died Wednesday in a scorching facility that lost its air conditioning after Hurricane Irma roared through had been previously cited by the state for having generator and maintenance issues. The Florida Agency for Healthcare Administration, which regulates nursing homes in the state, conducted an unannounced recertification survey in February 2016 and found

The 9 Most Iconic Celebrity Breakdowns Of All Time

While the everyday betch’s mental breakdowns are only fully experienced by her therapist, closest friends, and the random stranger who told her she looked tired today, celebrity breakdowns are a whole different story. When stars fall from grace, they fall hard, making drastic hair choices, launching into social media tirades, getting arrested, and doing other

UK terror threat increased to ‘critical’

Police Scotland said it would be increasing the number of armed officers on patrol, particularly at key locations and crowded places. Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionParsons Green: PM says terror threat raised to critical The use of the military to assist police has been done under the first phase of Operation

Member of Trumps voter-fraud panel has an idea: Background checks for all voters

During the commission’s second meeting on Tuesday afternoon, John Lott Jr., a member of the “election integrity” commission headed by Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, said a background check system similar to the one run by the Bureau of Alcohol, Firearms, and Tobacco was the best measure to curb voter fraud—an issue primarily elevated by

White House vague on whether Trump will sign resolution condemning neo-Nazis

The legislation condemned the white supremacy rally, “urges” Trump to “speak out against hate groups that espouse racism, extremism, xenophobia, anti-Semitism and white supremacy,” Politico reports, and asks Trump to use “all resources available” to curb the “growing prevalence of those hate groups in the United States.” On Tuesday night, the White House implied that