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Authorities arrested 18-year-old Josiah Johnson after he reportedly tried to rob a taxi driver in Oregon on Tuesday. The quick-thinking taxi driver, however, quickly engaged Johnson and stopped the situation from spiraling further out of control. What are the details? According to a media release from the Washington County Sheriff’s Office, Johnson called a taxi
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Video of a bizarre moment on Fox News captured a host slamming on the brakes when Newt Gingrich said that billionaire financier George Soros was supporting efforts behind the Black Lives Matter protests. The interaction resulted in a long awkward silence from hosts Harris Faulkner and Melissa Francis during “Outnumbered” on Wednesday. “The number one
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An array of studies show that stillbirths have surged globally following lockdowns imposed in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19, and researchers speculate the link could be from pregnant women avoiding hospitals and clinics out of fear of catching the virus while seeking prenatal care. What are the details? Nature cited a slew
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On Wednesday night, Attorney General Bill Barr condemned the coronavirus lockdown restrictions in various states as the “greatest intrusion on civil liberties in American history” besides slavery. He also warned against turning over complex political decisions to doctors who cannot weigh all the variables. “A person in a white coat is not the grand seer
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Outrage erupted over a Facebook post by a Republican candidate for the Arkansas state House of Representatives that implied he was going to hunt down Black Lives Matter and Antifa protesters. John La Tour posted the message on Monday but deleted it by Tuesday after receiving condemnation from his critics. “Antifa and BLM are now
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Twitter is apparently censoring accounts that tweet in support of famous Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling, while also making additional moves to diminish that support.  The day before Rowling released her new book “Troubled Blood,” “#RIPJKRowling” began trending in Twitter’s top spot Monday, giving rise to “#IStandWithJKRowling.” A verified blue checkmark user, Daniel Lismore, indicated
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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi had a dreadful response to the Abraham Accords, a peace deal that normalizes relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain. Her statement expresses concern over the agreement to provide the United Arab Emirates with F-35 fighters and reemphasized the Democrat’s insistence on a two-state solution. Of course,
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Steve Deace explained how four popular presidential polls might present a cause for concern based on projected independent voter turnout. He found that polling data from Fox News, The Hill, Monmouth University, and Reuters could explain why so many Americans do not trust polls. Deace shared a theory about the “garbage” polling data and what
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All voters in Vermont will receive a ballot in the mail, whether they request it or not, marking the first time the state has used a widespread mail-in voting system. Roughly 85% of Vermont voters typically vote in person, according to Hot Air. Vermont joins other states that have either started or expanded their mail-in
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CNBC host Jim Cramer apologized after online outrage over his use of the president’s insult, “Crazy Nancy,” during an interview with the Democratic leader on Tuesday. Cramer used the phrase while speaking to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) about negotiations for further coronavirus economic relief. “What deal can we have, Crazy Nancy? I’m sorry, that
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A Tulsa County district judge ordered video footage released this week that shows two officers being shot by a suspect during a routine traffic stop that left one officer dead. The footage is extremely graphic, and some authorities have condemned its release, but Judge William Musseman determined that the public has the right to see
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As Stephen Kruiser noted this morning, failed presidential candidate and just generally weird person Kamala Harris seems to have tipped her hand this week by referring to “a Harris administration, together with Joe Biden”: Vote early and often with your mail-in ballots and turn this dream into reality: “the Harris administration.” pic.twitter.com/6GYxD0dDUe — Fiery but
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Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden debuted his speech to kick off Hispanic Heritage Month by playing a popular Spanish-language song, “Despacito,” on his cellphone on Tuesday, after his campaign admitted that he has some “work to do” with Latino voters. The song includes the lyrics, “Slowly” and “I want to breathe your neck slowly,” leaving
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Police have filed charges against several teenagers and a 10-year-old they say forced an autistic child to expose himself and then posted video on social media. The disturbing incident allegedly occurred at the Berdan Grove Park in Fair Lawn, New Jersey. Police were contacted by the Fair Lawn Board of Education about the video posted
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Have Portland’s Professional Protesters™ been smoked out? Since May 29th, Portland has been the back drop of more than 100 nights of antifa, anarchist and Black Lives Matter, Inc™ terroristic riots. They set fires, looted, and intimidated people by threatening to burn them alive in their homes. But after the millions of dollars of destruction,
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Three Black Lives Matter militants were charged after a viral video showed them harassing elderly diners outside a Pittsburgh restaurant over Labor Day weekend. What are the details? Monique Craft, 35, Kenneth McDowell, 33, and Shawn Green, 24 — who also goes by Lorenzo Rulli — were charged by summons with multiple misdemeanors Monday in
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Ahead of the first official presidential debate in Cleveland, Ohio, on Sept. 29, President Donald Trump suggested Tuesday he is not intensely preparing for the debate, saying he is “sort of” preparing to face Democratic nominee Joe Biden, whom Trump called “mentally lost.” In an interview on Fox News, the president was asked about his
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