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Biden Judicial Nominee Connected to Group Supporting Those Behind Police Deaths

Five police unions are urging senators to oppose the nomination of Adeel Mangi for the Third Circuit Court of Appeals over his affiliation with the Alliance of Families for Justice.

Religious Leaders Push Globalist Climate Alarmism

Religious leaders have joined the World Economic Forum (WEF) in pushing the organization's climate change narratives.

Ex-FBI Informant Inmate Charged With Attempted Murder in Derek Chauvin Prison Stabbing

Arizona inmate and a former FBI informant has been charged with attempted murder for stabbing ex Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.

Supreme Court Denies Derek Chauvin Appeal Challenging Prison Sentence

The Supreme Court denied former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin’s appeal of a ruling sentencing him to more than 20 years in prison for the murder of George Floyd.

Video Reveals NYPD Officer in Tears Talking Man Off Ledge

A suicidal man had a good view of the sunset over the Hudson River from his perch on the side of a Manhattan overpass earlier this month. It would likely have been the last thing he'd ever see — apart from the pavement below — were it not for New York Police Department officers Carl Fayette and Eleodor Mata.

61 Activists Facing Charges for Attempting To Stop Atlanta’s ‘Cop City’ Construction

Sixty-one protestors and activists have been indicted for violating Georgia's Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO).

Fundraising Campaign Surpasses $1 Million to Support French Officer Involved in Fatal Shooting

In the prefecture of Nanterre, Florian M. fatally shot a 17-year-old Algerian-heritage teenager named Nahel, who had a criminal record, during a traffic stop last Tuesday.

Trump’s Truth Social Files Lawsuit Against The Washington Post

Former President Trump's "Truth Social" has filed a $3.78 billion defamation lawsuit against newspaper The Washington Post.

Chicago Police Officer Shot and Killed One Week From Earning Master’s Degree

A 24-year-old Chicago police officer was shot and killed just one week before earning her master's degree.

State Legislation Could Strip Catholic Churches’ Right to Protect Members ‘Sealed Confessions’

Two bills proposed by state elected officials would remove the Catholic Church’s right to the “seal of confession” protecting priests’ right to refuse to provide private information divulged during confessionals, and Catholic advocates warn it could be a slippery slope when it comes to protections for religious freedom.

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