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Suspects in Murder of Georgia Teen Arrested, Held Without Bond

The two men who allegedly shot and killed 18-year-old Elijah DeWitt, a rising football star who got into an altercation with the men in Lawrenceville, Georgia on October 5, appeared in court on Wednesday where the judge decided they were a flight risk and would be held without bond.

PA Senate Hopeful Fetterman Struggles to Understand Unscripted Conversations

NBC correspondent says candidate couldn't keep up with off-screen small talk.

The Left’s Fetterman Talking Points Need a Lot of Work

On Tuesday night, NBC News’s Dasha Burns aired an interview with Pennsylvania senatorial candidate John Fetterman, who needed a closed-captioned monitor to answer questions because of “auditory processing” struggles caused by his recent stroke.

COVID-19 Vaccine Compensation Programs Failing Those Who Need It Most

Certain governments across the globe have established a compensation program to compensate their citizens who suffer injuries or death from the COVID-19 shots and treatments recommended during the pandemic.

Las Vegas Stabbing Spree Suspect in US Illegally, Has Criminal Record: Report

The man charged with fatally stabbing two people and wounding six others during a crazed rampage on the Las Vegas strip was in the United States...

The Never-Ending Persecution of Jack Phillips

By the time I visited Masterpiece Cakeshop in 2016, Jack Phillips, the man who had famously refused to bake a specialty cake celebrating the wedding of a gay couple, had been the victim of a four-year campaign of harassment by the authoritarians at the Colorado Civil Rights Commission intent on punishing him for a thought crime.

National Guardsman With Religious Objection Given COVID Vax Instead of Flu Shot

"A very small number of service members were accidentally given a COVID vaccine several months ago," Maine National Guard admits — but victim's lawyer says such a "mistake" is "hard to comprehend."

‘Ritualistic Child Sexual Abuse’ Investigation Yields Arrest in Utah County

The Utah County sheriff's office has stated that over 120 victims and witnesses have come forward since the probe began last April.

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