Missouri

Netflix CEO Donated $143,000 to Missouri GOP Lawmakers Who Backed Abortion Law

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings donated more than $140,000 to Missouri GOP lawmakers who backed the state’s recent abortion law, public records revealed. This, despite the streaming giant he co-founded taking a stance on Tuesday against Georgia’s similar legislation on abortion, stating that the company may stop filming in the state if the law goes into effect.

BOGOTA, COLOMBIA - OCTOBER 09: Netflix CEO Reed Hastings speaks during Netflix Slate Event 2018 at JW Marriot on October 9, 2018 in Bogota, Colombia. (Photo by Daniel Muñoz/Getty Images for NETFLIX)

Kobach: If You Wanted to Pass a Law to Encourage Voter Fraud

On a party line vote, Nancy Pelosi’s Democrats in the House of Representatives passed H.R. 1, or “For the People Act of 2019.” It is a massive federal intrusion into the states’ constitutionally-protected realm of regulating and maintaining voter rolls.

Voters cast their ballots at the Legion Hall in Van Meter, Iowa. Congressman David Young is in a tight race against Cindy Axne in Iowa's 3rd District.

Police: Animal Abuser Thought Dog Was Spy for Cops

A Missouri man accused of using tape to bind a small dog and throw him into a ditch last week thought the animal was spying on him and giving the information to the police, authorities said.

A dog named Flick, along with suspect Paul Garcia - collage.