|2017-09-01||CLE||T.Y. McGill||DT||Arrested||Drugs||Accused of misdemeanor marijuana posession at hotel in Charlotte.||Resolution undetermined.|
|2017-08-18||NYG||Michael Bowie||OT||Arrested||Domestic violence||Accused of domestic assault and battery, grabbing girlfriend by the neck and throwing her to the ground in Tulsa.||Resolution undetermined.|
|2017-08-17||OAK||Sean Smith||CB||Arrested||Assault||Charged with felony assault for incident in Pasadena, Calif., on July 4. Accused of stomping on head of sister's boyfriend.||Resolution undetermined.|
|2017-07-18||JAC||Dante Fowler||DE||Arrested||Battery||Accused of hitting a man who criticized his driving in St. Petersburg.||Resolution undetermined.|
|2017-07-16||HOU||D'Onta Foreman||RB||Arrested||Drugs, gun||Accused of marijuana possession and unlawfully carrying a gun in Austin, Texas.||Resolution undetermined.|
|2017-07-09||BUF||Adolphus Washington||DT||Arrested||Gun||Accused of carrying a concealed weapon at water park in Ohio, leading to intense encounter with police.||Resolution undetermined|
|2017-07-04||DAL||Damien Wilson||LB||Arrested||Assault, gun||Charged with two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in Frisco, Texas after allegedly brandishing rifle at a man.||Resolution undetermined.|
|2017-06-29||PIT||Artie Burns||CB||Arrested||Suspended license||Pulled over in Miami Beach, accused of driving with a suspended license.||Resolution undetermined.|
|2017-06-21||GB||Letroy Guion||DT||Arrested||DUI||Pulled over in Hawaii, suspected of drunken driving.||Resolution undetermined.|
|2017-06-21||NYJ||Lorenzo Mauldin||LB||Charged||Assault||Accused of attacking man at nightclub in Manhattan April 2.||Resolution undetermined.|
|2017-06-11||NO||Willie Snead||WR||Arrested||DUI||Accused of drunk driving in Kenner, La., where his car had crashed and he registered a blood-alcohol content of .125.||Resolution undetermined. Suspended three games.|
|2017-06-04||NYG||Roger Lewis||WR||Arrested||DUI, drugs||Pulled over in Ohio, acccued of operating a vehicle while impaired after police smelled marijuana.||Resolution undetermined.|
|2017-05-29||DAL||Nolan Carroll||CB||Arrested||DUI||Pulled over in Dallas, suspected of driving while intoxicated.||Resolution undetermined.|
|2017-05-07||NYJ||Robby Anderson||WR||Arrested||Resisting arrest||Accused of fighting police and security at music festival in Miami.||Resolution undetermined.|
|2017-04-07||WAS||Junior Galette||LB||Arrested||Disorderly conduct||Accused of getting into a fight and running away from police in Biloxi, Miss.||Resolution undetermined.|
|2017-04-06||SF||Tramaine Brock||CB||Arrested||Domestic violence||Suspected of felony domestic violence in Santa Clara, Calif. Officers said female had visible injuries.||Dropped by prosecutors based on insufficient evidence.|
|2017-04-06||SEA||Trevone Boykin||QB||Arrested||Probation violation||Suspected of violating probation with March 27 arrest. Probation stemmed from 2015 bar fight while at TCU.||Resolution undetermined.|
|2017-04-01||ARI||Marquis Bundy||WR||Arrested||Disorderly||Suspected of failing to obey police commands after getting agitated outside club in Scottsdale, Ariz.||Resolution undetermined.|
|2017-03-31||DEN||Will Parks||S||Arrested||Domestic violence||Accused of harassment and non-physical domestic violence in incident involving his former girlfriend.||Resolution undetermined.|
|2017-03-27||SEA||Trevone Boykin||QB||Arrested||Drugs||Accused of marijuana possession, public intoxication. He was a passenger in a car involved in accident in Dallas.||Resolution undetermined.|
|2017-03-26||CHI||Deiondre Hall||CB||Arrested||Disorderly conduct||Accused of disorderly conduct, public intoxication and interference outside bar in Cedar Falls, Iowa.||Resolution undetermined.|
|2017-03-26||GB||Makinton Dorleant||CB||Arrested||Police interference||Accused of interfence after scuffle outside of bar in Cedar Falls, Iowa.||Resolution undetermined.|
|2017-03-07||KC||Demetrius Harris||TE||Arrested||Drugs||Suspected of felony marijuana possession as passenger in car pulled over in Missouri.||Resolution undetermined.|
|2017-03-05||LAR||Ethan Westbrooks||DT||Arrested||Domestic violence||Suspected of domestic violence in Sacramento after police observed injuries to mother of his child.||Dropped by prosecutors.|
|2017-02-25||IND||David Parry||DT||Arrested||DUI, resisting arrest||Suspected of stealing golf cart, driving drunk, resisting arrest in Scottsdale, Ariz.||Pleaded guilty to reduced charges, two years of probation.|
|2017-02-25||BAL||Matt Elam||S||Arrested||Drugs||Pulled over in Miami Beach, accused of possessing marijuana, Oxycodone.||Resolution undetermined.|
|2017-02-16||NYJ||Darrelle Revis||CB||Charged||Assault||Accused of aggravated assault after altercation in Pittsburgh. Video shows two men on the ground unconscious.||Charges dismissed.|
|2017-02-16||LAC||King Dunlap||OT||Arrested||Violating court order||Suspected of violating protective order in Nashville stemming from domestic incident.||Resolution undetermined.|
|2017-01-12||GB||Sam Shields||CB||Charged||Drugs||Accused of misdemeanor marijuana possession from Oct. 19, 2016.||Pleaded no contest, $500 fine.|
|2017-01-10||LAR||Tre Mason||RB||Arrested||Eluding police||Accused of fleeing law enforcement, careless driving on an ATV in July 2016.||Resolution undetermined.|
|2017-01-02||CIN||Adam Jones||CB||Arrested||Assault||Accused of poking hotel security employee in the eye in Cincinnati, obstructing police.||Pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charge, sentenced to time served of two days in jail. https://www.usatoday.com/sports/nfl/arrests/|
Sunday, September 24, 2017
The Department of Homeland Security notified 21 states Friday that Russian hackers attempted unsuccessfully to interfere with their voting systems in the 2016 election.
DHS reported that no votes were changed by Russian hacking, Reuters reports. DHS refused to disclose which state governments it approached, but Wisconsin officials made it known that they were among the group.
Wisconsin Elections Commission Administrator Michael Haas said that he was informed that "Russian government cyber actors" targeted his state's voter registration systems.
Russian hackers "scanned internet-connected election infrastructure likely seeking specific vulnerabilities such as access to voter registration databases, but the attempt to exploit vulnerabilities was unsuccessful," Haas said.
In June, DHS informed Congress that 21 states were targeted by hackers, but that while a few were breached, no votes were changes.
Wisconsin was a decisive state in the 2016 presidential election, casting its 10 electoral votes for Republican nominee Donald Trump for its first time backing a Republican since 1984. In the wake of the election, several analyses pointed to Democrat Hillary Clinton's failure to visit Wisconsin as a major blunder during the campaign.
Late-night comedian Jimmy Kimmel and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) have coordinated behind the scenes for months to oppose Republican efforts to repeal Obamacare.
Kimmel, whose son was born with a congenital heart disease, has been an outspoken critic of the Republican efforts to repeal Obamacare because he believes that the most recent Republican efforts to replace Obamacare don't protect people with pre-existing conditions like his son, the Daily Beast reported.
The "Jimmy Kimmel Live" host has performed multiple monologues in the past week decrying the bill proposed by Republican Sens. Lindsey Graham (S.C.) and Bill Cassidy (La.) to repeal and replace Obamacare.
Kimmel's public condemnation of the latest Republican healthcare bill was, behind the scenes, being supported by a number of "health care officials, charities and advocacy groups," as well as Schumer's office. Schumer "provided technical guidance and info about the bill, as well as stats from various think tanks and experts on the effects of [Graham-Cassidy]," the Beast reported.
Schumer encouraged Kimmel to speak out in opposition to Graham and Cassidy's bill when it became apparent that Republicans would again try to repeal Obamacare before the September 30 budget reconciliation deadline. The two were in touch "periodically" in a "continued conversation," one source said.
Why is Hillary Clinton such a reviled figure in many precincts of the American populace? And not just the Right—I’m lookin’ at you, Bernie Sanders supporters. A Judicial Watch case being argued in federal court on Friday supplies some answers to that question.
Long before Benghazi, long before emails and clever Clinton Foundation shakedowns, there was Whitewater. The Clintons—abetted by the slack intellectual standards of American media—have succeeded in putting over the argument that Whitewater “was about nothing.” The Judicial Watch case proves otherwise.
For more than two years, Judicial Watch has been fighting to make public draft federal criminal indictments of Mrs. Clinton in the Whitewater affair. The allegations are well known to aficionados of financial crime: with Gov. Bill Clinton running Arkansas, Mrs. Clinton leveraged her work at the Rose Law Firm into a series of transactions on behalf of a corrupt financial institution, Madison Guaranty Savings & Loan, run by a longtime Clinton crony, James McDougal. Among the transactions was a document drafted by Mrs. Clinton to conceal a series of fraudulent loans that were used to deceive federal bank examiners. Winning the White House, Mrs. Clinton and her allies engaged in a long-running cover-up.
Between 1996 and 1998, the Office of Independent Counsel drew up a series of draft indictments of Mrs. Clinton. In the end, overwhelmed by the Lewinsky perjury case and stymied by Clinton stonewalls, prosecutors decided not to bring charges against Mrs. Clinton. But the evidence against the First Lady was significant. And the case sheds light as well on the mystery of why Mrs. Clinton is such a polarizing figure: Whitewater presents significant evidence that she was a crook, and got away with it.
Our Freedom of Information Act request for the draft indictments and our subsequent lawsuit was rejected. The court ruled that grand jury secrecy and Mrs. Clinton’s right to personal privacy barred disclosure of the draft indictments. We argue that given the enormous amount of grand jury and other information already made public, including in the vast “Final Report of the Independent Counsel” of January 2001, there is no secrecy or privacy left to protect.
A three-judge federal appeals panel will hear arguments Friday at 9:30 a.m. in Courtroom 20 of the United States Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit, 333 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC.