'America First Caucus' Plans Scrapped After GOP Leaders Push Back
Nick Dyer, spokesperson for Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., who was reportedly setting up the caucus, along with Rep. Paul Gosar, R-Ariz., told CNN in an email Saturday afternoon that the congresswoman is not launching anything.
Newsmax · 6 hours ago
Brooklyn Center Police Arrest 100 After Daunte Wright Protest Turns Violent
Approximately 100 people were arrested Friday night in connection with unrest in Brooklyn Center, Minn. after hundreds of protesters gathered outside the city's police department on the sixth night after the death of 20-year-old Daunte Wright...
Newsmax · 11 hours ago
Indianapolis FedEx shooting suspect was part of My Little Pony subculture of 'bronies': Report
The 19-year-old accused of shooting and killing eight people inside and around the FedEx facility in Indianapolis, Indiana, was reportedly a part of the adult following of My Little Pony.
Washington Examiner · 6 hours ago
Chicago police officer in Adam Toledo case acted ‘consistent with the law,’ lawyer says
Chicago police Officer Eric Stillman’s actions were "consistent" with the Chicago Police Department’s use-of-force guidelines and with the law, his attorney said Friday night.
Fox News · 18 hours ago · By Brie Stimson
If Biden raises US climate target, then businesses could follow, DSM president says
President Joe Biden setting an aggressive national target to slash emissions in half over the next decade would likely also prompt many companies to rethink and strengthen their own climate commitments, a U.S. corporate leader said.
Washington Examiner · 8 hours ago
Cruz: Difference Between Biden, FDR Court-Packing Efforts Is Dems Now ‘Cheering Joe Biden On’
During an appearance on "Fox News @ Night" early Saturday, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) weighed in on overtures from Democrats to expand the number of justices on the Supreme Court. | Clips
Breitbart News · 8 hours ago · By Jeff Poor
Fascinating cameos you may NOT have spotted at Prince Philip's funeral
Duke of Edinburgh's funeral received wall-to-wall live TV coverage but there were some intriguing facts that viewers may not have noticed. The Mail on Sunday highlights some of the unusual elements.
Daily Mail · 2 hours ago · By Michael Powell
Prince Philip funeral: Prince Harry and Prince William to see one another for first time in a YEAR
Today will mark the first time Harry and William have been seen together since March 2020, when they attended the Commonwealth Service in London and could barely look each other in the eye.
Daily Mail · 11 hours ago · By Mark Duell
Family of Fedex shooting suspect says they 'tried to get him the help he needed'
The family of a 19-year-old man suspected in the shooting at a Fedex facility in Indianapolis, Ind., apologized to the victims' families, stating that they tried to give the man the help that he needed.
The Hill · 1 hour ago · By Jordan Williams
Minneapolis Public Schools Will Return To Remote Learning For Derek Chauvin Verdict Out Of ‘Desire To Keep Students Safe’
Anticipating unrest after the jury delivers a verdict in former police officer Derek Chauvin’s trial for allegedly killing Minneapolis man George Floyd,
The Daily Wire · 8 hours ago
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