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Chicago Crime Up 97% Since 2021

Democrat-run Chicago has had 2,189 cars stolen in the first 22 days of 2023.

‘Absolutely Insane’: Connecticut Law Would Axe Fitness Requirements for Female Firefighters

Connecticut Democrats are working to lower the physical fitness requirements for female firefighters, saying that less onerous standards will make fire departments "more diverse."

Educator Sexual Misconduct Increasing Across U.S. Public Schools

Sexual misconduct by teachers and staff against students is on the rise, an audit from the Sexual Assault Unit of the Chicago school’s Office of the Inspector General (OIG) found.

Woke Scooby-Doo Reboot ‘Velma’ Gets Critiqued by Viewers For Promoting LGBTQ Agenda

The new Scooby-Doo reboot "Velma" is being slammed for being overtly woke and for straying far from the innocent and beloved cartoon about a talking dog that helps solve mysteries.

Students Find New Way to Cheat Through AI, and Teachers Haven’t Been Able to Stop It

Educators across the U.S. are sounding the alarm over ChatGPT, an upstart artificial intelligence system that can write term papers for students based on keywords without clear signs of plagiarism.

Special Counsel Appointed to Investigate Biden’s Alleged Classified Documents Mishandling

Investigation will be led by former Trump-appointed U.S. attorney in Maryland Robert Hur.

Few Schools Returning to Mask Mandates as COVID Cases Increase

At least five school districts, most in the northeast of the country, have reinstated mask requirements for students amid an uptick in COVID-19 infections, and two requested that students be tested for the virus before returning to school from winter break.

Illinois Bans Semiautomatic Guns Carrying Over 10 Rounds

After approval from both the House and Senate, the state of Illinois passed a gun law banning long guns carrying 10 rounds, and handguns carrying 15 rounds.

Nearly 16,000 Illegals Have Been Transported to Sanctuary Cities from Texas in 2022: Gov. Abbott

Texas Republican Governor Greg Abbott said Tuesday that Texas has bussed nearly 16,000 illegal aliens to sanctuary cities across the U.S. this year.

Republicans Fail to Gain Independent Voters

An Associated Press VoteCast poll alongside research organization NORC at the University of Chicago revealed that Republicans are not gaining Independent voters despite Democratic support also weakening.

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