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'I Know You're Not Crazy': Pennsylvania State Trooper Accused of Having Ex-Girlfriend Involuntarily Committed

Pennsylvania State Trooper Ronald Davis has been arrested for allegedly forcing his ex-girlfriend into a mental health program and is facing false imprisonment charges.

Washington National Cathedral Unveils Racial Justice-Themed Stained-Glass Windows

The Washington National Cathedral unveiled a set of four new stained-glass windows, each dedicated to the theme of racial justice.Β 
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U.S. Schools Choosing Four-Day Weeks Creates Difficulties for Parents

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
Many schools nationwide are adopting four-day weeks, but the move has presented challenges for some parents.

Photo: Police Say Illegal Immigrant Bit Off Chunk of NYPD Officer's Finger

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
An illegal alien is accused of biting off a piece of a New York City police officer's finger after his arrest late Wednesday.

VIDEO: Donald Trump Poses with Commemorative Glock Ahead of Campaign Speech

Former President Donald Trump posed with a commemorative Glock handgun while in South Carolina ahead of a campaign speech.

Officials: 61-Year-Old Hiker Falls to Her Death from Cliff in North Carolina

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
A 61-year-old hiker fell from a steep cliff and died Saturday at the Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina.

Report: Joran van der Sloot Rented Boat, 'Took Care of Things' 2 Days After Natalee Holloway's Disappearance

In a recently discovered email sent just two days after the mysterious disappearance of Natalee Holloway in 2005, Joran van der Sloot, the prime suspect in the case, allegedly claimed that he and his father had rented a boat and taken care of certain matters.

Transcript: NYC Courthouse Worker Swiped $473K over a Decade

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
A woman who worked as a Brooklyn courthouse employee allegedly stole $473,000 over the course of a decade, per a court transcript.

VIDEO: Donald Trump Buys Commemorative Glock Ahead of Campaign Speech

Former President Donald Trump purchased a Glock handgun while in South Carolina ahead of a campaign speech.

Michigan Toddler Found Safe Three Miles Down Wooded Trail

A two-year-old, accompanied by her family's two dogs, walked over three miles barefoot and was eventually found peacefully asleep deep within a wooded trail in Michigan with one of the dogs as a makeshift pillow.
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WATCH: President Joe Biden Calls LL Cool J 'Boy' at Congressional Black Caucus Event

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
President Joe Biden (D) is getting flak for mispronouncing LL Cool J's name and using a derogatory term when speaking of the rapper at an awards dinner on Saturday in Washington, DC.

Report: Las Vegas Teens Accused in Retired Cop's Murder Were on Crime Spree

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
The Las Vegas teens accused in the fatal hit and run of a retired police officer reportedly also targeted others for two hours, during which time the 64-year-old was killed.

Migrants in New York City Pocketing $3,000 a Month Working Illegally While the City Foots Their Bills

Some migrants are making $3,000 a month working illegally as delivery drivers while New York City foots a $385 per night hotel bill for them.

WATCH β€” Dallas Police: Armed Suspects Target Wealthy Man in 'Jugging' Attempt

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
A man in Dallas, Texas, was shaken up after three armed suspects ambushed him upon leaving a bank on Tuesday.

VIDEO - 'Really Scary': Florida Alligator Discovered with Human Body in Its Jaws

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
A man made a gruesome discovery involving a 13-foot alligator and a deceased adult Friday near a waterway in Florida.

5 Major Problems with ProPublica’s Latest β€˜Ethics’ Hit Piece on Justice Clarence Thomas

There are five major problems with the latest so-called β€œethics” attack on Justice Clarence Thomas, which this time is a hit piece from the leftwing ProPublica, attempting to kick Thomas off an upcoming Supreme Court case.

Report: Las Vegas Teen Accused of Mowing Down Retired Cop Boasted in Front of Police -- 'I'll Be Out in 30 Days'

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
The teenage driver accused in the fatal hit-and-run of a retired policeman in Las Vegas apparently believed he would not be in custody for very long.

Two Dead, 42 Hurt in New York Bus Crash Carrying Students

By: Paul Bois Β·Β Paul Bois
A charter bus in New York carrying students from Long Island to band camp overturned on Thursday, killing two while leaving another 42 injured.

Green Inferno: Tesla Model 3 Engulfed in Flames After Hitting Debris on New Jersey Road

A 2022 Tesla Model 3 reportedly caught fire and was completely destroyed in Newark, New Jersey, last week after the electric vehicle struck debris on the road.

WATCH β€” 'It's Blasphemy': Louisiana Man's Halloween Decor Featuring Beheaded Jesus Angers Neighbors

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
A Louisiana man in the Bucktown area of New Orleans is in hot water with his neighbors due to his extremely bloody Halloween decorations.

'Take Them Back': Protest Forms in Front of NYC Migrant Shelter

Protestors outside a migrant shelter prevented illegal aliens from getting off a bus for several hours in New York City on Tuesday.

Mayor Eric Adams Warns Joe Biden of Migrant Crisis Ahead of NYC Visit

Mayor Eric Adams (D) warned of the tremendous toll asylum seekers have had on New York City's resources ahead of President Joe Biden's visit.

WATCH: Chicago Man Gets Carjacked While Other Drivers Just Pass By

Video making the rounds on social media shows a Chicago man being carjacked while other drivers just pass by as if it were any other time or day in the city.

NASA: Large Asteroid Could Smash into Earth in 159 Years

A large asteroid could smash into earth in 159 years, according to NASA.Β  Known as Bennu, the near Earth object has orbited Earth roughly every six years since 1999 when it was discovered, the New York Post reported.Β Β 

1,000 People Who Identify as Dogs Gather in Germany: 'Call Animal Control'

Roughly 1,000 individuals gathered at Germany's Berlin Potdsamer Platz railroad station, howling and barking in their interactions with each other.

Pennsylvania Students Organize Walkout over School's Transgender Bathroom Policy

Students from Perkiomen Valley School District in Pennsylvania organized a walkout to protest the school board’s policy allowing transgender students to use the bathroom of their choice.

Olive Oil at Risk Due to Extreme Weather, Prices Surge over 100 Percent

Olive oil is the latest commodity to see huge price hikes as it faces extreme weather during its production.Β Β 

WATCH β€” Police: Drunk Underage Women Toss Baby 'Like a Toy' at Florida Bar

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
Police say two drunk underage women in Daytona Beach, Florida, tossed an infant back and forth outside a bar on Thursday night.

WATCH - 'That's Not Me': MMA Fighter Dillon Danis Refuses Process Server Working for Logan Paul's Fiancee

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
MMA Fighter Dillon Danis was officially served with documents and notified Monday in Jersey City, New Jersey, that model Nina Agdal is suing him for targeting her online.

Pennsylvania Rolls out Automatic Voter Registration with Driver's Licenses

Pennsylvania has become the latest state to roll out automatic voter registration when a citizen receives or renews their driver’s license.Β 

Cyber Attack on Clorox Causes Product Availability Issues

A cyber security attack on the Clorox Company last month is reportedly causing product availability issues and an impact on its first-quarter earnings.

Influencer Roasted for Calling Herself 'Instagram Famous' During American Airlines Freakout

By: Paul Bois Β·Β Paul Bois
Influencer Morgan Osman has been getting rolled on social media after she declared herself "Instagram famous" during a freakout on a flight.

'Criminals Will Run Wild': Illinois Becomes First State to Abolish Cash Bail as Fears Mount

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
Illinois eliminated cash bail on Monday, making it the first state in the nation to do so in a decision that brought heavy criticism.

Authorities Arrest Two in Connection with Suspected Fentanyl Death at Bronx Daycare

Authorities have arrested two people in connection with the suspected fentanyl death of a one-year-old child at a Bronx Daycare.

Nine Escapees from a Pennsylvania Juvenile Detention Center Captured

Nine inmates that escaped a juvenile detention center in Pennsylvania on Sunday were captured Monday by authorities.Β 

WATCH - 'Look at Them Freaking Teeth!': Florida Beachgoers Rescue Stranded Shark

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
People enjoying the beach in Pensacola, Florida, on Thursday came upon a distressed shark that needed help getting back into the ocean.

Arrest Made in Ambush Killing of LA County Sheriff's Deputy

An arrest has been made in the aftermath of Saturday's deadly ambush shooting of Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputy Ryan Clinkunbroomer.

WATCH-- 'Speechless': Wounded Veteran Surprised with Jersey Shore Vacation

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
A veteran and his family got a massive surprise recently from community members who wanted to thank him for his service.

Report: Taliban Arrests American, 17 Others in Afghanistan

The Taliban raided the office of a Swiss nonprofit group in Afghanistan and reportedly took into custody an American and 17 others.

Harvard's Newspaper: Application Essay Word Limits Alienate Marginalized Students

Harvard’s newspaper, the Harvard Crimson, has called the university’s recent restructuring of its essays on applications to have a β€œdisparate impact” on those with marginalized backgrounds.

WATCH: Six People Arrested Following Rhode Island Street Brawl

Six members of a wedding party were arrested and charged after engaging in a violent street brawl with authorities in Newport, Rhode Island on Sunday.

California Mother Loses All Four Limbs After Eating Contaminated Fish

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
A 40-year-old mother in San Jose, California lost all her limbs in surgery Thursday after eating tilapia she did not know was contaminated, her friends have explained.

'It Fits Me like a Glove': Goodwill Wedding Dress Worth Thousands Bought for $25

Talk about a bargain!Β An Alabama woman purchased a designer wedding dress valued at $6,000 for only $25.00 at a Goodwill in Birmingham.

Ford: 600 Michigan Workers Temporarily Laid Off as UAW Strikes Ramp Up

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
A large batch of Ford workers at the Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne have been temporarily laid off as the company endures the United Auto Workers (UAW) strike.

Ministry of Truth: White House Alters President Joe Biden's Speech to Hide 'Offensive' Comment

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
President Joe Biden (D) caught flak after inferring that black, Hispanic, and veteran workers do not have high school diplomas.

Police: Minnesota Man Beat, Waterboarded, and Raped Girlfriend in Dorm for Three Days

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
Police arrested a Minnesota man on Sunday after he allegedly held his girlfriend captive inside her dorm room, torturing her for three days.

WATCH - 'Burn It Down!': 20 Rattlesnakes Found Lurking in Arizona Man's Garage

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
A man in Mesa, Arizona, came upon something quite alarming lurking inside his garage on Tuesday and quickly called professionals for help.

WATCH - 'Everybody Is Capable of Being a Hero': Florida Man Rescues Driver from Burning Vehicle

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
A man in Seminole, Florida, is being praised for rescuing a driver from his burning vehicle after a serious crash early Sunday.

WATCH - 'God Is Moving': Hundreds Baptized in Pond at Auburn University

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
A huge group of people who showed up Tuesday night at Auburn University's Neville Arena in Alabama left with changed hearts.

Hurricane Lee: NHC Warns of Potential β€˜Life-Threatening Storm Surge’ for Massachusetts

The National Hurricane Center (NHC) is warning of a potentially "life-threatening storm surge" for portions of Massachusetts as Hurricane Lee makes its way north in the Atlantic Ocean.

A Breakdown of the Felony Gun Charges Against Hunter Biden

Special Counsel David Weiss indicted President Joe Biden's son, Hunter Biden, on felony firearm charges Thursday.

NYT Opinion: 'Blind Spot' -- Liberals Must Admit Child Poverty Driven by Family Breakdown

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
A New York TimesΒ opinion writer is calling out liberals, whom he says ignore one specific factor contributing to child poverty.

PHOTOS -- 'Catch Him He Did': K-9 'Yoda' Nabs Escaped Murderer Danelo Cavalcante in Pennsylvania

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
A police dog is getting well-deserved praise for subduing convicted murderer and illegal alien Danelo Cavalcante after he escaped from a prison in Pennsylvania.

Biden-Appointed Judge Blocks New Mexico Governor's Concealed Carry Ban

U.S. District Judge David Herrera Urias, a Joe Biden appointee, issued a temporary restraining order against New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham's (D) concealed carry ban Wednesday afternoon.

Indiana Man Who Accidentally Recorded Voicemail While Killing Mom’s Boyfriend Sentenced to 85 Years

An Indiana man who accidentally recorded a voicemail of himself killing his mother's boyfriend was sentenced to 85 years.

D.C. Crime So Dire That Locals Are Afraid to Walk Places, Go out at Night

The crime situation in Washington, D.C., is so dire that residents are afraid to walk anywhere and are nervous to go out after dark.

'Alien Corpses' Shown to Congress in Mexico Follows History of Hoaxes

Alleged alien corpses were unveiled and shown toΒ Mexican politicians at the country's Congress. Despite raging interest in the potential ETs, skeptics counter that there is a history of hoaxed alien bodies throughout the past few decades.

McDonald's Poised to End Self-Serve Soda Stations to Reduce Theft

By: Simon Kent Β·Β Simon Kent
McDonald's announced Monday it is calling time on self-serve soda stations in dining areas across the country with theft cited amongst a list of concerns working to end the popular practice.

Watch: Zombie-Like Homeless Addicted to Tranq Fill Philadelphia Streets

Homeless Americans, in a zombie-like state as a result of being addicted toΒ Xylazine known as tranq, are filling the streets of Philadelphia's Kensington neighborhood, new footage shows.

WATCH: Double Rainbow Appears over New York City on 9/11

A double rainbow appeared over New York City on September 11, the 22-year anniversary of the Islamic terrorist attack on the United States.

WATCH: Viral Video Shows Person Attacking SF Robotaxi with Hammer

By: Simon Kent Β·Β Simon Kent
A driverless San Francisco Cruise robotaxi came under sustained attack on Sunday night by an unidentified assailant in an act of vandalism all caught on video.

Former Anheuser Busch Exec: Bill Gates's Bud Light Investment a Mistake

Former Anheuser-Busch Executive Anson Frericks has called Bill Gates's nearly $100 million investment into Bud Light stock a mistake.

NYC Police, Fire Department Face Overtime Cuts to Ease Financial Burden from Migrants

New York City police officers are facing overtime cuts as the city struggles with the financial toll of the migrant crisis.

Town Flooded with Wine After Tanks Explode

Locals woke up on Sunday morning to a torrent of red wine flowing through the town after two enormous storage tanks at a local winery burst.

'Major' Hurricane Lee Remains a Threat to the Northeast as Path Remains Uncertain

The southeast United States is escaping the wrath of Hurricane Lee with a coming sharp turn north, but its final path remains uncertain as those in the northeast eye the storm, anticipating possible impact.

Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin Pardons Parent Arrested at Loudoun County School Board Meeting

Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin (R) granted an absolute pardon to a father arrested at a school board meeting for coming to his daughter’s defense after she was reportedly raped in the school bathroom by a boy wearing a skirt.

Police: Tennessee Teacher Arrested for Raping 12-Year-Old Boy

A fourth-grade teacher in Covington, Tennessee, has been arrested for allegedly raping a 12-year-old boy and befriending other young students online.

Escaped Pennsylvania Inmate on the Run for Eleven Days Now

An escaped inmate in Pennsylvania has avoided being captured by authorities for eleven days now.

β€˜Happy to Help’: Costco Worker Returns Envelope Containing Nearly $4,000

A California Costco worker earned employee of the month after recovering a lost envelope holding nearly $4,000 in cash.Β 

Rev. Franklin Graham’s Ministry Baptizes Ten Wounded Veterans and Their Spouses in Alaska

Samaritan’s Purse Operation Heal Our Patriots celebrated ten baptisms of wounded veterans and their spouses in Alaska.Β 

Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito: Senate Democrat Durbin's Call for Recusal β€˜Unsound’

Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito rejected calls from Sen. Richard Durbin (D-IL) for his recusal from an upcoming case, saying the partisan Democrat’s argument is legally β€œunsound.”

Biological Male Cyclists Take Gold Medals in Two Separate Women's Championships in Illinois

Transgender cyclists Evelyn Williamson and Tessa Johnson, biological males, took two gold medals at two women's championships in Illinois.

VIDEO: Forecasters Warn Hurricane Lee Remains Major Category 3 Storm

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
Hurricane Lee lost some strength Friday but still poses a threat approaching the southwest Atlantic.

Police: Married Alabama Schoolteacher Had Sex with Two Teenage Students

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
A married Alabama schoolteacher is facing charges for allegedly having sex with two teenage boys who are her former students.

VIDEO: Archeologists Unearth Steps Where Jesus Walked and Healed Blind Man 2,000 Years Ago

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
An excavation project uncovered steps in Jerusalem where the Bible says Jesus healed a man who had been blind from the day he was born.

Judge Rules NYC Must Reinstate 10 Teachers After Refusing Coronavirus Vaccine

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
Ten employees terminated by officials with the New York City Department of Education for refusing to take the Chinese coronavirus vaccine must be reinstated, a New York judge said Wednesday, adding they must also be given their backpay.

Convicted Illegal Alien Murderer's Escape Is Latest Jailbreak to Shock Pennsylvanians

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
Police are still searching for convicted murderer illlegal alien Danelo Souza Cavalcante, who escaped from jail on August 31.

Colorado Carjacker Convicted of Manslaughter After Shooting Victim Two Years Ago

A Colorado man has been sentenced to 24 years in prison after shooting a 71-year-old veteran in the head two years ago.

G.W. Bush Institute Organizes Letter from 13 Presidential Libraries Warning About Fragile State of U.S. Democracy

David J. Kramer, the executive director of the George W. Bush Institute, organized a joint statement from 13 presidential libraries expressingΒ concern about the state of democracy in the United States.Β 

'She Was His Angel': Paralyzed Texas Man Pulled from Burning Car by Bystander

A brave woman pulled a paralyzed man out of a vehicle right before it was engulfed in flames in a Dallas, Texas, neighborhood.

Police: Man Who Viciously Attacked University of Wisconsin Student Posed as Innocent Bystander

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
Law enforcement says the man accused of raping and beating a University of Wisconsin-Madison senior posed as an innocent bystander after the attack.

Israeli Scientists Create Model of Early Human Embryo Without Egg or Sperm

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
Scientists in Israel have grown a model of an early human embryo without using a human egg, sperm, or womb.

WATCH - 'Back in the Saddle': Texans Help Rescue Escaped Horses Along Roadway

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
Escaped horses belonging to a unique group of young people are safe and sound thanks to help from their Texas neighbors.

Sen. Barrasso and 24 GOP Cosponsors Move to Save School Archery, Firearm Safety Programs

Sen. John Barrasso introduced legislation today to end President Biden's attacks on firearm and archery safety programs in schools.Β 

WATCH: Three-Legged Florida Bear Raids Family's White Claw Stash

A three-legged bear busted through a Central Florida family's screened-in porch and raided the mini fridge for some White Claws.

Lawsuit: NYC Mother Claims Son 'Killed Instantly' by Peloton Bike

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
A mother is suing the fitness company Peloton, claiming its exercise bike killed her son during a workout inside his Brooklyn home.

American Teacher Arrested for Alleged Sexual Encounters with Minor in Thailand

An American teacher and popular Tik Tok creator was arrested in Thailand after allegedly having weekly sexual encounters with a 16-year-old girl.

Retired Doctor Arrested for Drug Trafficking Aboard Yacht in Nantucket Harbor

A retired doctor was arrested after authorities allegedly discovered cocaine, ketamine and firearms aboard his yacht in Nantucket Harbor.

Creeps Love Bud Light: Bill Gates Buys 1.7 Million Shares of Anheuser-Busch Valued at $95 Million

Bill Gates has acquired 1.7 million shares of Anheuser-Busch Inbev through the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation trust during the second quarter of this year. The billionaire may have made the investment on the hopes that the company can get past its Bud Light fiasco, or he may think its new brand image fits with his infamous reputation as an "office bully" and friend of Jeffrey Epstein.

'This Is a Biohazard Issue': Delta Flight Turns Around Due to Passenger's Diarrhea Accident

A Delta flight en route to Barcelona, Spain, from Atlanta, Georgia, was forced to turn around due to a passenger having diarrhea all over the plane.

Woman and Dog Rescued from 'Stairway to Heaven' Trail in Hawaii

A dog fell 50 feet off the "Stairway to Heaven" trail in Oahu, Hawaii, while hiking with his owner on Monday evening.

WATCH -- 'What an Angel': Stranger Rescues Elderly Homeless Man Trapped in Las Vegas Floodwaters

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
When an elderly homeless man in Las Vegas, Nevada, recently found himself trapped in floodwaters, a stranger knew exactly what to do.

Retailers Take Desperate Measures Including Fog Machines to Deter Rampant Shoplifting

Retailers in America are now turning to fogging machines to deter thieves from stealing thousands of dollars in merchandise.

Austin Cops Tell 'Unfortunate' Robbery Victims to Dial Non-Emergency Number amid Rampant Crime

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
Police in Austin, Texas, are asking residents to call 311 if they become victimized by robbers as crime plagues the leftist-run city, Fox News reported Monday.

WATCH - 'Our Hero': Massachusetts Neighbor Helps Find Dog Missing for 16 Days

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
A dog in Duxbury, Massachusetts, which recently had a 16-day solo adventure, has been returned to his family.

Philadelphia's Police Commissioner Resigning as Crime, Drugs Ravage City

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
Democrat-run Philadelphia's Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw is preparing to resign as crime and drug use take a heavy toll on residents.

WATCH: NASA Astronauts Return to Earth in Capsule After Lengthy Space Mission

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
Four astronauts have arrived home to planet Earth after working for six months at the international space station.

Robots and A.I. Technology Coming for Service Workers' Jobs in Sin City

Robots and A.I. technology have found their way into Sin City's service industry, leaving economists and workers concerned about the future.

Convicted Sexual Predator Sues Condiment Company from Jail over Mustard Packets

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
A convicted sexual predator is suing a condiment company over the information on some of its mustard packets.

Jimmy Buffett Donated Two Aircraft to USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park

An anonymous donation of two airplanes to Battleship Memorial Park in Mobile, Alabama, turned out to be from late singer Jimmy Buffett.

Michigan Police Officer Saves Baby's Life During Traffic Stop

During a traffic stop, a Michigan police officer saved the life of a baby in a speeding Camaro who was not breathing.

Jimmy Buffett's Cause of Death Revealed

Singer and business mogul Jimmy Buffett passed away on September 1st at 76 years old in his Sag Harbor, New York, home. His cause of death has now been revealed.

VIDEO - 'We Fight Back': California Shopkeepers Chase Off Suspected Thief

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
Workers at a jewelry store in El Monte, California, did not allow a suspected thief get what he wanted on Saturday.

Michigan Man Saved by Good Samaritans After Collapsing in Pizza Shop

Quick thinking from a retired police officer and two nurses saved Pete Crachiolo’s life after he collapsed in a pizza parlor shop in Michigan.

California Highway Patrol Policing Open Air Drug Use in San Francisco's Tenderloin District

California Gov. Gavin Newsom is pulling officers from the California highway patrol to San Francisco’s Tenderloin district as part of a multi-agency initiative to crack down on open air drug dealings and drug use.

Shipwreck from 1881 Discovered Nearly Intact in Lake Michigan

A 142-year-old shipwreck was discovered ten miles off the shoreline of Algoma, Wisconsin.

Joe Biden Has Spent 40 Percent of Presidency Away on Personal Trips

President Joe Biden has spent 40 percent of his time as president on personal trips away from the White House, according to data calculated by the Republican National Committee.

PHOTO - 'Master of Puppies': Dog Sneaks Away from Home to Enjoy Metallica Concert

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
A dog is getting tons of attention for sneaking away from home to enjoy a Metallica concert in Inglewood, California, on August 25.

Police: Chris Christie Former Aide Charged with Paying for Sex Act with Six-Year-Old

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
A 41-year-old former aide to former Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ) is accused of paying to engage in a sex act with a little girl.

Two Coronavirus Variants Discovered; Health Officials Recommend Masks for Labor Day Travelers

New York health officials are advising people to wear masks when in crowded public areas, as coronavirus cases are expected to spike following Labor Day weekend.

NASA: Moon Crater Believed to Be Caused by Russia's Failed Luna-25

NASA believes a moon crater 33 feet in diameter, found near where Russia's Luna-25 intended to land, was caused by the failed landing.

Maui Wildfire: 385 Still Missing After Democrat Gov. Josh Green Indicated Number Would Drop Below 100

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
Three hundred eighty-five people remain missing after the devastating Maui fires, authorities updated Friday as recovery efforts continue.

Photos: Transgender Canadian Teacher Ditches 'Real' Giant Breasts in Return to Classroom at Different School

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
The transgender Canadian educator who is famous for wearing huge prosthetic breasts has reportedly been going to school dressed as a man.

WATCH - 'It's Awesome': Wounded Veteran Receives Free Home from Gary Sinise Foundation

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
A wounded veteran in Ohio is getting ready to move into a home that fits him perfectly, but he will not have to worry about mortgage payments..

Poll - 'Truth Finally Exposed': Majority of Oregonians Think Law Decriminalizing Drugs Needs Repealing

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
A large group of Oregon residents want to reverse a 2020 state law that decriminalizes many drugs as the substances plague communities.

Report: Kansas Newspaper Flooded with Subscriptions After Police Raid

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
The Marion County Record, a Kansas newspaper that local police raided on August 11, has reportedly received numerous year-long subscriptions.

Clarence Thomas Financial Disclosures Refute Leftist Attacks on Supreme Court Justice

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’s financial disclosures this week have fueled hyperventilating attacks from leftwing Democrats, but they actually show their concerted efforts against the only black conservative on the nation’s highest court are groundless.

Police: South Carolina Woman Caught Trafficking Enough Fentanyl to Kill 500K People

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
Police say a South Carolina woman was caught with hundreds of grams of drugs that included fentanyl and methamphetamine in her vehicle.

San Francisco's Alex Ludlum, Land Use Commissioner and Creator of 'Doom Loop' Resigns

Alex Ludlum, the mind behind San Francisco’s β€œdoom loop” guided tour in downtown San Francisco, resigned from his position as land use commissioner.Β 

ATF Goes Around Congress: Publishes Universal Background Check Rule

Joe Biden's ATF announced a proposed rule Thursday requiring universal background checks, which Congress has rejected for more than 20 years.

'Not a Babysitting Service': California Mall Requires Minors to Wear Lanyards Following Brawl

A Southern California mall will require unaccompanied minors to wear lanyards with their parent’s contact information after brawls broke out.

Linemen Have Already Restored Power to 420,000 Homes Since Idalia's Landfall

Linemen have already restored power to an estimated 420,000 homes since then-Hurricane Idalia's landfall Wednesday morning.

'It Could Have Been Worse': Navy Veteran Jumped and Beaten While Walking Dog in Philadelphia

Scott Harris, 62, was beaten and robbed while walking his dog, Nora, by a crowded park near his home in Brewerytown, Philadelphia.

Police: Virginia Mom Sexually Abused 15 Year Old Twin Neighbor Boys

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
A 37-year-old woman has been charged for allegedly sexually abusing twin teenage boys who lived across the street from her family's home in Chesapeake, Virginia.

Videos Show Severe Impact in the Eyewall of Hurricane Idalia

Videos show the deteriorating conditions in the eyewall of Hurricane Idalia, which made landfall in Florida's Big Bend Wednesday morning.

Burger King Faces Class Action Lawsuit for Exaggerating Size of Whoppers

A district judge in Miami said the fast food giant must defend itself against claims that it is exaggerating the size of its Whoppers.

Virginia Man Reunited with Chilean Birth Mother After 42 Years Apart

For 42 years, Maria Angelica Gonzalez believed her son died soon after childbirth, but that all changed after her long-lost son took a DNA test to learn more about his birth family.Β 

Hundreds of Thousands Without Power as Hurricane Idalia Slams the States

Power outages are climbing as Hurricane Idalia makes its impact on Florida and Georgia, leaving hundreds of thousands without power, although significant restoration efforts are underway.

Eleven People Aboard Delta Airlines Flight Hospitalized Due to 'Severe Turbulence'

Eleven people aboard a Delta Airlines flight were taken to the hospital Tuesday due to injuries caused by β€œsevere turbulence.”

Defense Contractor Booz Allen Hamilton Settles $337 Million Procurement Fraud Lawsuit

A Marine Corps veteran and mother of three settled a $337 million lawsuit against her former employer Booz Allen Hamilton, alleging that the defense contractor overcharged American taxpayers to offset losing profits in foreign contracts.

Girl Power?: Woman Who Said 'I Don't Need No Man' Calls Firemen When Trapped Under Couch

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
A woman who thought she was more capable than a man recently found herself in a predicament in which she needed help from the opposite sex.

Hurricane Idalia Makes Landfall in Florida as Strong Category 3 Storm

Hurricane Idalia has made landfall in Florida's Big Bend region as a strong Category 3 storm.

Watch: Man Tased and Robbed on Porch of Seattle Home

A man in the Beacon Hill neighborhood of Seattle is the latest victim of a string of robberies perpetrated by teens.

Massive Emergency Alert Test to Sound Alarms on all U.S. Cellphones, TVs, Radios

A massive emergency alert test will reportedly sound alarms on all U.S. cellphones, television sets, and radios in October, in the wake of the deadlyΒ wildfires on the Hawaiian island of Maui.

Second Person Dies as Wildfires Scorch Louisiana amid Heat Wave

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
Two people have died in the fires ravaging Louisiana as residents and leaders are desperate for rain to help quell the blazes.

Ron DeSantis: 25,000 Linemen and 'More on the Way' Ahead of Hurricane Idalia's Landfall

Florida has 25,000 linemen ready and "more on the way" ahead of Hurricane Idalia's landfall, Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) said Tuesday, as the storm makes its way to the state's Big Bend region.

Police: Alabama Teen Who Said Newborn 'Cost Too Much Money' Left Baby to Die in Dumpster

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
A young woman in Dothan, Alabama, is accused of leaving her newborn in a dumpster, where he was later found dead.

National Hurricane Center Warns Florida of 10–15 Foot Storm Surges, Strong Winds Inland

The National Hurricane Center (NHC) is warning of storm surges of 10–15 feet in some areas of Florida as Hurricane Idalia makes landfall.

Democrat-Run Washington, DC: 16-Year-Old Girl Stabbed to Death in Argument Over McDonald's Sauces

A 16-year-old girl was stabbed to death by another 16-year-old girl Sunday in Washington, DC, during an argument over McDonald's sauces.Β 

REPORT: ISIS-Connected 'Contractor' Smuggled Uzbek Migrants Across Border into U.S.

By: Bob Price Β·Β Bob Price
The FBI is reportedly investigating a human smuggling network that is helping move Uzbek migrants across the border into the United States. At least one of the smugglers is reportedly connected to the ISIS terrorist organization.

PHOTOS β€” 'That's a BIG Boy': Mississippi Hunters Catch Record 802-Pound Alligator

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
Several alligator hunters in Mississippi recently made the catch of a lifetime and also set a state record.

'Extremely Alarming': Biden's Beer Czar Considers Stricter Guidelines on Alcohol Consumption

Drinking health guidelines in the United States could soon resemble Canada’s two drinks per week allowance.

'Once in a Blue Moon': Super Blue Moon Will Brighten Night Sky August 30

Stargazers, get your binoculars and telescopes ready: A super blue moon will brighten the night sky on Wednesday, August 30th.

Health Officials: Meat Allergy Related to Tick Bites Skyrocketing in Virginia

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
A dangerous meat allergy related to certain tick bites is on the rise as numbers explode across Virginia, causing health officials concern, WSET reported Friday.

'Bring Back Twitter:' Elon Musk Heckled and Booed at Video Gaming Tournament

Elon Musk faced a chorus of boos and chants demanding the restoration of Twitter during his appearance at a video gaming tournament over the weekend.

WATCH: Nevada Tribal Ranger Plows Through Activists' Climate Protest

Video shows aΒ Nevada Tribal Ranger plowing through Extinction Rebellion protesters who were blocking highway traffic.Β 

Republican Activist Fatally Stabbed in Neck at New Hampshire Home

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
The suspicious death of a 41-year-old Republican activist was a homicide that occurred at his home in Durham, New Hampshire, officials ruled Sunday.

Wisconsin Supreme Court Balance Flips 4-3 as Liberal Protasiewicz Joins Bench in Key Battleground State

Democrats gained the upper hand on the Wisconsin Supreme Court this month as a liberal justice,Β Janet Protasiewicz, begins a 10-year term, flipping the balance of that court to a partisan 4-3 advantage in a key battleground state both for the White House and control of the U.S. Senate.

'A Shining Star' Former Canadian Olympic Figure Skater Alexandra Paul Killed in Car Crash at 31

Former Canadian Olympic figure skater Alexandra Paul died in a multi-car accident in Ontario on Tuesday. She was 31.

WATCH: Texas Mom Shocked to Find Dumped 'Dead Body' Is Sex Doll

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
A Texas woman named Deana Martin made a shocking, yet awkward discovery Monday while driving near Lubbock.

Chicago Teacher Found with Boy at Airport Charged with Trying to Make Child Porn

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
Officials charged a Chicago private school teacher with attempted production of child pornography once he was caught with a teenage boy in Florida on June 29.

Wounded Veteran Receives Free Wheelchair Accessible Home in North Carolina

A wounded veteran from North Carolina received the keys to his mortgage-free home on Saturday.

Report: Navy SEAL Who Killed Terrorist Osama bin Laden Arrested

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
The Navy SEAL credited with fatally shooting terrorist Osama bin Laden was reportedly arrested on two charges in Frisco, Texas, recently.

Tropical Storm Idalia Expected to Make Landfall Along West Coast of Florida by Tuesday

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has declared a state of emergency for 33 Florida counties as storm watchers are expecting Tropical Storm Idalia to make landfall on the west side of the state, between the panhandle and the Tampa Bay area, by Tuesday.Β 

Sheriff: Suspected Jacksonville Shooter 'Hated Black People'

During a Saturday evening news conference Jacksonville Sheriff T.K. Waters said the Dollar General store shooting suspect "hated black people."

3 People Dead After Shots Fired in Florida Dollar General Store

Three people were shot and killed in a Jacksonville, Florida, Dollar General Store early Saturday afternoon.

Virginia Thief Steals Package out of FedEx Driver's Hands

From wheeling stolen merchandise out of a Burlington store to swiping a package from a FedEx driver, thieves in America are growing bold.

Clown World: Transgender New Yorker Gets $160K for Being 'Misgendered' in Jail

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
A transgender woman, or a man living as a woman, got a whopping $160,000 settlement after being "misgendered" by workers at a jail in Broome County, New York.

College Student Assigned Same Dorm Room Her Mom Had 33 Years Before

Freshman Miami University student Sarah Bowling was assigned to the same dorm room her mother had when she was in college.Β 

PHOTO β€” Nacho Average Tip: Mystery Woman Gives Texas Waitress $2K Surprise

By: Amy Furr Β·Β Amy Furr
An unidentified woman enjoyed some nachos Wednesday before leaving a huge surprise for a waitress in Rowlett, Texas.