Sacramento Attorney Reportedly Threatened Target for Calling Police

The Sacramento City Attorney's Office has reportedly threatened Target locations with public nuisance charges after the store called the police for theft.

Biden Admin Continues ‘Pandemic Response’ Payroll

The Biden administration is spending thousands of dollars to maintain the salaries of those employed as part of the "Pandemic Response."

ICE Arrests El Salvadorian National Linked to MS-13 in Annapolis

This week, federal investigators in Annapolis detained a member of the transnational criminal organization MS-13 who had entered the country illegally three times. El Salvadorian...

Putin Celebrates Unprecedented Ties with North Korea

Russian President Vladimir Putin recently celebrated the "unprecedentedly high level" of relations between Russia and North Korea, marking his first visit to the country in 24 years. 

‘Nonbinary Service Member’ Policies Necessary for Military ‘Readiness’: Pentagon Official

Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks declared that policies directed toward “nonbinary service members” are necessary for national security.

Renewed Mask Bans Stir Controversy Over Civil Liberties

Law enforcement and state legislators are bringing back to life long-dormant rules that make mask wearing illegal. Republican lawmakers in North Carolina plan to override...

Over 50 Synagogues in Florida Receive Bomb Threats, Prominent Rabbis Express Concern

Following reports that more than fifty synagogues in Florida received bomb threats via email on Tuesday, two well-known rabbis from South Florida have spoken...

Airline Pilot Union Calls for Ban on ‘Non-Inclusive’ Terms

The largest airline pilot's union, the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) called for more diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) among its members, according to a recently-exposed 2021 language guide.

U.S. Attorney’s Decision Not to Prosecute Threats Against Rep. Banks Raises Eyebrows

According to a letter obtained by ABC News, the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Indiana declined to pursue a man who made...

Russian Prosecutors Seek 4.5-Year Prison Sentence for U.S. Soldier

Russian prosecutors have asked for a four year prison sentence and eight months for a U.S. soldier who has been detained in the country on suspicion of theft and threats to kill his girlfriend.

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