2014

Two Former Drug Addicts Aim to Bring Positive Change to San Francisco

On 730 Polk Street in the Tenderloin neighborhood of San Francisco sits a safe syringe access center, St. James Infirmary, where clean syringes and other drug use supplies are provided every Tuesday evening. Narcan—a lifesaving drug that reverses the effects of an overdose—is also distributed.

Majority of Democrat Voters Think Strict Gun Control Doesn’t Affect Crime Levels: Trafalgar Poll

Trafalgar Group poll of U.S. voters from the Democrat Party shows majority believe "the strict gun laws in most major cities" do not curb “current retail crime surge.”

Tesla recalls more than 475,000 U.S. cars over safety issues

Tesla recalled about 475,000 cars in the U.S. because of two separate defects that may increase the risk of accidents, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said Thursday.

The GOP Will Probably Win In 2022, But It Won’t Be Enough

The GOP has a lot to look forward to, electorally speaking, heading into the 2022 midterms.

Border Patrol Charity Provides Christmas Presents to Children of Fallen Agents

A charity group organized by Border Patrol agents recently collected and distributed Christmas and holiday gifts for the children of fallen agents. This marks the organization’s seventh year of giving.

Russian state TV warns of turning America into ‘radioactive ash’

'If you put a gun to our head, we will respond in kind'

The Slow Meltdown of the Chinese Economy

Beijing’s troubles are an opportunity for the U.S.—if Washington can recognize it.

Abortion business denied request to operate

Found in violation of requirement for hospital transfer agreement

U.S. drug agents counterattacking Fentanyl on Chinese mainland

U.S. drug agents are expanding operations in China – six years after America’s largest trading partner and global rival emerged as the main source of chemicals used to make highly lethal fentanyl. It’s now claiming 65,000 American lives a year.

Ex-cop Derek Chauvin pleads guilty to violating George Floyd’s civil rights

Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has pleaded guilty to violating the civil rights of George Floyd in the events that led to his death. Chauvin had already been convicted of murder and manslaughter.

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