"Stopping terrorism is simple. Just quit screwing around with other people's countries and the terrorists will go home. But the government of the United States wants to go on screwing around with other people's countries, refuses to stop, indeed views it as Manifest Destiny for the United States Government to persist in screwing around with other people's countries, and views the inconvenience, increased tax burden, loss of civil liberties, and even deaths among the American people as just another cost of doing business."  -- Michael Rivero

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Yusuf claims he provided the results of a '23 and Me' genetic test, showing his heritage and race, but the department rejected his request

A Chicago police officer is suing the city to change his race on his official records after the department said it would allow officers to freely change their gender to match their identity.

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Pittsburgh Police Chief Larry Scirotto says changes meant to help serve city more efficiently

Police officers in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, will no longer respond to lower-priority calls that the bureau says do not require an in-person response, and will instead redirect them to its Telephone Reporting Unit.

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5% of Army jobs slashed are mainly in positions that are already empty

As the U.S. Army struggles with recruitment, the service is cutting its force by about 24,000 in a restructuring that it says will help the service fight in future wars.

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Killer used prison furlough to flee to US

An escaped killer who entered the U.S. illegally at an unknown time and location has been captured and deported, according to federal authorities.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has removed a

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Malesha Bruner, 25, held without bond in Arlington, Virginia

A Virginia woman bit a police officer and grabbed an officer’s firearm after she flipped her vehicle over in a suspected DUI crash on Thursday, authorities said.

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Marcus McDaniel was charged after a stabbing attack in Glastonbury, Connecticut

A lovers' quarrel allegedly turned into a "premeditated" bloodbath in front of children at a gymnastics meet in Connecticut Sunday. 

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Renzo Mendoza Montes, was previously detained and released by US Customs and Border Patrol in El Paso, Texas on Sept. 2, 2023

New details have been released after Virginia authorities arrested a 32-year-old Venezuelan national illegally present in the U.S. for sexual assault of a minor

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Trump's handling of classified docs not 'remotely' similar to Biden's, special counsel says

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'The president is polling right up there with chlamydia,' Sen Kennedy says

Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., ripped into President Biden's signature economic policy, known as Bidenomics, on Fox News' "Hannity" Monday night and likened Biden's poll numbers to an STD.

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Republicans are investigating whether Biden's classified records were related to foreign countries his family did business with

House Republicans have subpoenaed Special Counsel Robert Hur for the transcript and any recordings of President Biden’s interview from the investigation into the president’s mishandling of classified documents.

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Jose Ibarra is accused of killing 22-year-old Laken Riley

 A nonprofit charity is denying sponsoring a man who was recently charged with killing a Georgia nursing student after a GOP lawmaker accused the group of letting him use its federally funded resources after he entered the U.S. illegally and before he allegedly committed the crime.

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Start your day with the latest weather news – Severe storms will be capable of producing large hail, damaging winds and even tornadoes on Tuesday in major cities like Chicago, Detroit and Indianapolis. Plus, the West could get buried in feet of snow while the other half of U.S. will see record warmth.

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Hundreds of temperature records – record highs and record-warm lows – are expected to fall through midweek across the Plains and Midwest. On Tuesday, more than 246 million Americans will experience above-average temperatures.

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The midsection of the country is the battle zone as a strong cold front sweeps through erasing the recent spring, even summerlike heat, and sending temperatures down by 50 and 60 degrees in just a day in areas like Chicago, Kansas City, St. Louis and Dallas.

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As the storm pushes across the U.S., temperatures are expected to plunge 50-60 degrees in a short period of time.

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There is a threat of tornadoes, large hail and damaging wind gusts with any thunderstorms that develop through Tuesday night. Those threats extend from eastern Missouri to Ohio and southern Michigan.

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The Washington Post on Monday ran a vile hit piece smearing US Airman Aaron Bushnell for self-immolating outside the Israeli embassy in DC in protest of Israel's genocide of Palestinians in Gaza.

In an article titled, "Airman who set self on fire grew up on religious compound, had anarchist past," The Post sought to portray Bushnell as a victim of Christian religious extremism with "white privilege" who was angry not with Israel's US-backed genocide campaign but instead was frustrated "that critics of the war blame U.S. military support for Israeli military actions."

This should make it clear as day the media does not have a "left-wing bias" as conservatives like to tell their followers but an Israel-First bias.

Even a leftist like Bushnell who gave his life for the cause will be smeared in death if he goes against Israel. 

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Haley pointed to recent shake-ups in the Republican National Committee and Trump's attempts to install loyalists at its helm

Presidential candidate Nikki Haley is warning the Republican Party that it is becoming former President Donald Trump's "playpen."

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The Senate Majority PAC is releasing an ad targeting Lake over her past criticism of John McCain

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Oscar-winner Kevin Costner heads west with 'Horizon' after 'Yellowstone' stint

Kevin Costner bet it all on the box office with his latest feature film, "Horizon: An American Saga."

He released the first trailer for the four-part, post-Civil War drama on Monday, and showcased the Wild West frontier his name has become synonymous with for decades, dating back to his first directorial stint on "Dances with Wolves."

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AN airline has confirmed that they will be scrapping all flights from a London airport - just weeks after announcing them.

Italian start-up Aeroitalia confirmed last month that they would be launching new flights from the UK.

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Plus, all the signs of shingles you need to know

HUNDREDS of thousands of Brits are at risk of shingles, as experts warn more must be done to get the age group vaccinated.

Last autumn, the NHS rolled out a jab called Shingrix to people 65 and over 70 to protect them from the agonising skin condition.

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Republicans face many challenges in 2024 and they need to be on their game since Democrats and Biden want to win at all costs

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10% of incident reports since 2016 suspended with 'lack of personnel' code, Houston police chief says

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Macy's announced the firing of over 2,000 employees in January

Macy's plans to close roughly 150 of its locations over the next three years in a strategy shift that leans more heavily on its luxury Bloomingdale's and Bluemercury chains.

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The bill passed by a 70-24 vote in the GOP-controlled House

The Tennessee House passed a bill on Monday that would largely ban displaying LGBTQ flags in public school classrooms.

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Raiders selected Arnette in 1st round of 2020 draft

Damon Arnette, a former NFL first-round draft pick, was reportedly arrested last month on meth and gun charges in Texas.

The arrest occurred in Richa

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Workers at a hotel suspected of housing illegal immigrants in Tucson, Arizona, refused to answer questions about the facility

Workers at an unmarked building suspected of housing migrants in Tuscon, Ariz. refused to answer Fox News' Rachel Campos-Duffy's questions and asked her to leave the facility, she reported Monday.

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Google Gemini invented fake reviews meant to discredit my book about political bias in Big Tech

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