An investigation started by the Michigan Democratic Party in 2014, when the bingo games ended, then later turned over to the Federal Election Commission (FEC), uncovered a variety of fundraising infractions related to the party’s infamous bingo games that date back to 1981, the Detroit Free Press reported.
Imam Johari Abdul-Malik, who was director of outreach at the Dar Al-Hijrah mosque in Falls Church, posted his resignation Friday on his website. He cited “the lack of decisive leadership” from the mosque’s board and “many reprehensible statements” by the mosque’s senior imam Shaker Elsayed, according to the Associated Press.
Pepe began life as the star of an internet comic strip created by cartoonist Matt Furie and was popular in the early days of social media on platforms such as Reddit and MySpace.
Olivier Giroud scored a brilliant goal for France but they lost 2-1 to Sweden at the Friends Arena on Friday night.
WASHINGTON U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday called on Qatar to stop funding terrorism as his state department urged Arab states to ease their blockade on the country and calm tensions that intensified with a Turkish offer to send military forces to aid its Qatari ally.
Andy Murray says he is proud of his French Open campaign despite a semi-final defeat to Stan Wawrinka on Friday.
Craig Gordon says Scotland are “capable of hurting England” and insists they will not be overawed by the occasion at Hampden.
Rafael Nadal beat Austrian Dominic Thiem in three sets to reach his first French Open final in three years on Friday.
Wildfires that tore through a coastal South African town on Wednesday, killing at least four people and forcing about 10,000 to evacuate their homes, were still not fully controlled on Thursday, according to local news reports.