DeSantis' controversial suspension of a Tampa prosecutor, explained

Last week, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) suspended Tampa-area State Attorney Andrew Warren for supposedly putting "himself publicly above the law." Here's everything you need to know: Why did...

President Biden signs the CHIPS and Science Act into law, including $52B+ for US companies making semiconductors, as...

President Joe Biden signed into law a bipartisan bill that aims to boost U.S. competitiveness with China. The bill includes more than $52 billion for U.S. companies producing semiconductors,...

Cincinnati mass shooting: 9 wounded in front of OTR bar

Cincinnati police are searching for the person who opened fire on Main Street outside Mr. Pitiful's bar in Over-the-Rhine early Sunday morning.

Explainer-What's next for conspiracy theorist Alex Jones

- A jury in Austin, Texas decided on Friday that U.S. conspiracy theorist Alex Jones must pay the parents of a child killed in the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre $45.2 million in punitive damages for...

Alex Jones may have lied in court, but perjury charge would be unusual

By Daniel Wiessner - Revelations that conspiracy theorist Alex Jones may have lied on the stand in a defamation lawsuit by parents of a child slain in the 2012 Sandy Hook mass shooting made for a...

Trump-backed candidate Lake wins Republican nod for Arizona governor

- Kari Lake, a former news anchor who has embraced former President Donald Trump's false claims of voter fraud, has been projected to win the Republican nomination for Arizona governor, according...

Young Cuban ballplayers dream of U.S. major leagues

By Nelson Acosta - Cuban 8-year-old Kevin Kindelan, a hot-handed shortstop for a Central Havana junior league baseball team and teammate and first baseman Leoni Venego, 7, both dream of...

Wildfires are destroying California's forest carbon credit reserves-study

By Nichola Groom - Carbon offsets generated from forests to counteract future climate-warming emissions from California's big polluters are rapidly being depleted as trees are ravaged by wildfire...

Jury in Alex Jones defamation case begins hearing testimony on punitive damages

Lawyers for parents of a child slain in the 2012 Sandy Hook mass shooting began presenting evidence on Alex Jones’ wealth to jurors in Texas.

Africa to bear brunt of Ukraine crisis, 40 million people worldwide face food insecurity, says U.S

DAKAR -The United States' ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield on Friday said Russia's invasion of Ukraine will cause 40 million people to become food insecure and that...

U.S. must rectify mistakes on Taiwan after Pelosi visit

WASHINGTON - The only way out of the crisis in U.S.-Chinese relations triggered by a visit to Taiwan by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is for the United States to immediately rectify its mistakes, a...

Renewed U.S.-Iran talks to salvage nuclear deal are 'serious' -Russian envoy

-Russia's envoy to talks on reviving Iran's 2015 nuclear deal said on Friday they had resumed in a "serious" atmosphere even as few expect a breakthrough compromise while Tehran's disputed uranium...

Texas governor sends migrants to New York City as immigration standoff accelerates

By Ted Hesson and Sofia Ahmed NEW YORK - Texas Governor Greg Abbott, a Republican, said on Friday he has started to send buses carrying migrants to New York City in an effort to push...

Followers of Iraq's Sadr pray at Saddam-era parade ground

By John Davison BAGHDAD - Tens of thousands of followers of Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr prayed on Friday at an iconic Baghdad military parade ground built by the late President Saddam Hussein,...

Jury in Alex Jones defamation case to begin deliberations on punitive damages

By Jack Queen - Lawyers for parents of a child slain in the 2012 Sandy Hook mass shooting are expected to present evidence on Alex Jones’ wealth to jurors in Texas Friday as they seek punitive...

Parkland shooter's attorney cries as victim's wife testifies

The state rested its case against Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooter Nikolas Cruz. Jurors visited the Florida school building where the mass shooting occurred to decide if Cruz should...

Mistrial denied as jury weighs damages against Alex Jones in Sandy Hook defamation trial

A Texas judge denied Alex Jones's motion for a mistrial on Thursday as jury deliberations resumed in a defamation case over the U.S. conspiracy theorist’s false claims about the Sandy Hook mass...

Mistrial denied as jury weighs damages against Alex Jones in Sandy Hook defamation trial

By Jack Queen - A Texas judge denied Alex Jones's motion for a mistrial on Thursday as jury deliberations resumed in a defamation case over the U.S. conspiracy theorist’s false claims about the...

Judge denies Alex Jones request for mistrial in U.S. defamation case

By Jack Queen - A Texas judge on Thursday denied Alex Jones's motion for a mistrial in a defamation case over the U.S. conspiracy theorist’s false claims about the Sandy Hook mass shooting. The...

Which States Allow The Permitless Carry Of Guns?

Which States Allow The Permitless Carry Of Guns? In January of 2023, Alabama will become the 25th state in the U.S. that isn't requiring any permits to carry a gun in public. As...

FBI returns electronic devices to former Trump attorney Giuliani -lawyer

By Sarah N. Lynch - FBI agents recently returned the cell phones and other electronic devices they had seized from Donald Trump's former attorney Rudy Giuliani, in a possible sign the...

Dow Futures Little Changed, Earnings and NFP in Focus

By Oliver Gray Investing.com - U.S. stock futures traded flat during Monday’s evening deals, after major benchmark indices snapped three sessions of consecutive advance as market participants...

Three bright spots for Democrats ahead of the 2022 midterms

President Joe Biden delivers remarks on the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 in the State Dining Room of the White House on July 28, 2022 in Washington, DC. | Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images ...

Sheila Rayam Is Named Executive Editor of The Buffalo News

Sheila Rayam, 55, was named the executive editor of The Buffalo News. She is the first Black journalist and the second woman to hold the position in the paper’s 142-year history. The city still...

Robb Elementary principal put on paid leave

UVALDE, Texas — Another Uvalde school district employee has been placed on leave as the summer of fallout from May's mass shooting at Robb Elementary continues. Principal Mandy Gutierrez was...

Al Gore Compares Climate Skeptics To Uvalde Cops Who 'Stood By While Children Were Being Massacred'

Al Gore Compares Climate Skeptics To Uvalde Cops Who 'Stood By While Children Were Being Massacred' Former Vice President Al Gore (D), who wrongly predicted the Arctic would be...

What We Know About The 22-Year-Old Who Stopped A Mass Shooting In Indiana

What We Know About The 22-Year-Old Who Stopped A Mass Shooting In Indiana Authored by Jack Phillips via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours), Authorities revealed that the 22-year-old...

Termination vote for Uvalde schools police chief called off

By Steve Gorman - The school board in Uvalde, Texas, said on Friday it has postponed a vote on whether to fire the school district police chief criticized for his handling of the shooting rampage...

Mass shootings have ‘tremendous and permanent’ economic consequences, experts say

Buffalo spent $500,000 unbudgeted dollars on overtime and services in the two weeks immediately after a white gunman stormed a local supermarket. The community where the shooting occurred had...

Uvalde officials may fire school police chief Saturday

- Local school officials in Texas are expected to vote to fire Uvalde School Police Chief Pete Arredondo over his response to the mass shooting at an elementary school that killed 19 children and...

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