**FACEBOOK ADDRESSES THE CRIMES OCCURING ON FACEBOOK LIVE 

**WHAT LIABILITY LIES WITH THE SOCIAL PLATFORMS THAT AIR THESE CRIMES? 

**FACEBOOK MURDERER KILLS HIMSELF AFTER BEING CORNERED IN ERIE, PENNSYLVANIA

**GEORGIA ELECTION BRINGS SURPRISES FOR MANY ONE CANDIDATE DOESN’T VOTE FOR HIMSELF?

**SENATOR DIANNE FEINSTEIN HECKLED AT TOWNHALL 

**MATTIS STRONG ON NORTH KOREA, CHINA, SYRIA, AND RUSSIA - NOT BACKING DOWN

The Federalist Society: How Conservatives Took the Law Back from Liberals 4:05PM ET - Jay Sekulow, Chief Counsel for the American Center for Law and Justice and Danielle McLaughlin, an Attorney/Constitutional Expert who co-wrote The Federalist Society: How Conservatives took the Law Back from Liberals, today Danielle and Jay will discuss the Playground Case and the appointment of Justice Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court of the United States. 

Justice Neil Gorsuch’s first week on the Supreme Court bench features an important case about the separation of church and state that has its roots on a Midwestern church playground. The outcome could make it easier to use state money to pay for private, religious schooling in many states.

The justices on Wednesday will hear a Missouri church’s challenge to its exclusion from a state program that provides money to use ground-up tires to cushion playgrounds. Missouri is among roughly three dozen states with constitutions that explicitly prohibit using public money to aid a religious institution, an even higher wall separating government and religion than the U.S. Constitution erects. (H/T Denver Post)

5:05PM ET - Emily Shire at Bustle.com and Ron Christie Former Special Assistant to President Bush and columnist for Sidewire, are here to debate the responsibility of organizations like FaceBook to protect the public, and ensure that content is monitored. Murders, rapes, beatings and abductions should not be publicly shared, particularly since FaceBook has thousands of minor users. The recent tragedy of the FaceBook live murder of Robert Godwin Sr. on Easter Sunday has caused outrage throughout the world. 

Stephens posted a video of himself killing Robert Godwin Sr., a former foundry worker who had 10 children, police said. In it, he said, "I snapped, I just snapped."

Stephens, 37, shared a recording on Sunday of himself announcing his plan to kill someone, then two minutes later posted another video of himself shooting and killing Godwin, Facebook said. A few minutes after that, he went live and confessed, Facebook said.

The company said it disabled Stephens’ account within 23 minutes of receiving the first report about the video of the fatal shooting and two hours after receiving any report.

Facebook has since announced it was launching a review for the reporting of harmful content. (H/T USA Today)