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Two Memphis Suspects Threatening to Kill ‘White Folks’

Two days after a mass shooting was streamed on Facebook, Memphis Police are warning the public of a possible new threat.

3.8 Million Renters Likely To Be Evicted In Next Two Months

As pandemic eviction moratoriums expire and rent payment relief programs end across the U.S., a rental crisis is beginning to crest. About 8.5 million people...

Brother of Marine Killed in Afghanistan Withdrawal Commits Suicide at Memorial for Fallen Soldier

The older brother of a U.S. Marine who was killed during the tumultuous U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan last August has reportedly committed suicide at the memorial for the fallen soldier.

Catholic Church Shot Up as Wave of Pro-Abortion Violence Continues Nationwide

Police in Colorado are searching for a gunman who shot bullet holes into a Denver-area Catholic church on Saturday and again Monday, the latest in a growing crime wave targeting churches and pro-life organizations.

‘I Can’t Even Afford Groceries’: U.S. Food Banks Report Growing Numbers of Households Needing Handouts

Nearly half of America's food banks describe rising numbers of people lining up for handouts, as inflation puts pantry basics out of reach and the Biden administration’s eight-year anti-hunger plan comes unstuck.

Minneapolis to Publicly Broadcast the Islamic Call to Prayer Over Loudspeakers

“It’s a sign that we are here,” said Yusuf Abdulle.

Federal Informant in Trump Investigation Found Dead After He’s Reported Missing

A federal informant who worked with federal authorities investigating links between former President Donald Trump and Deutsche Bank was found dead in Los Angeles on Monday, officials said.

‘This Is a Cult’: How Wealthy Santa Barbara Foreshadowed the Fight Against Crackpot Curriculum

In the fight to protect school children from radical curricula, the canary in the coal mine was a California coastal community once home to former President Ronald Reagan’s personal ranch and now home to ultra-wealthy white liberals as well as a large underclass of poor Hispanics.

400% Increase of Fentanyl Flowing Into the United States Under Biden

Four times as much fentanyl is flowing across the United States-Mexico border under the Biden administration than the two years prior to Joe Biden taking office.

3 Churches in Ukraine Contemplate Faith, Hope, Charity

It’s almost Easter in Ukraine, where a trio of churches on the far edges of the capital considered faith, hope and charity on Sunday.

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