During a campaign event on Tuesday in Burke, VA, Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin called for an “immediate investigation into the Loudoun County school board for their gross negligence” after two alleged sexual assault incidents involving a trans student came to light.
Officials stopped more than 1.7 million migrants on our southern border during the 2021 fiscal year, which ended in September, according to Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) data.
Hunter Biden announced last December that federal prosecutors were investigating his tax affairs, but now experts have told The Daily Mail that President Biden could become entangled in an FBI investigation of Hunter’s finances. That comes after emails revealed the father and son shared accounts and paid each other’s bills.
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell has died from complications of COVID-19, his family said Monday. He was 84.
The social media video-sharing website YouTube has suspended conservative commentator and comedian Steven Crowder’s channel for one week, claiming Crowder broke their rules about hate speech.
A Texas public school administrator told teachers last week if they have a book on the Holocaust in their classroom, they should also offer a book with an “opposing” point of view.
A Virginia mother who’s a survivor of Mao’s brutal “Cultural Revolution” in China is speaking out about the methods used by the National School Boards Association and the Biden Justice Department to silence parents.
In a case involving a Jan. 6 Capitol riot defendant with a broken wrist, a federal judge held the District of Columbia’s corrections director and jail warden in contempt of court Wednesday. And he’s asking the Justice Department to investigate whether the civil rights of other inmates arrested in the riot are being abused.
After years spent sailing among the stars on television and on the big screen, actor William Shatner has finally gotten a real-life glimpse of the world beyond earth’s atmosphere.
New York health care workers will be able to seek religious exemptions from a statewide COVID-19 vaccine mandate as a lawsuit challenging the requirement proceeds, a federal judge ruled Tuesday.