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Tucson Border Patrol agents prepare for busy summer The number of migrants trying to cross the U.S.-Mexico border illegally continues to rise and so does the temperature along the Southwest border. U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials in Arizona are warning migrants not to come during deadly triple digit temperatures. TUCSON, ARIZ.– – The number […]

Faculty at Pennsylvania State University have voted to replace traditional descriptors like “freshman” and “sophomore” with “1st year” or “2nd year,” citing the former’s “male-centric academic history.” The decision came as part of a Faculty Senate bill on the “Removal of Gendered & Binary Terms from Course and Program Descriptions.” The introduction states that “[t]he […]

Veterans from across West Virginia are riding across the state in a four-day journey to raise money in the inaugural Legacy Run.  Commander John Powell pitched the idea in late 2020, building off of an annual event to raise money for the American Legion Legacy Scholarship Fund, which provides money for children of U.S. military […]

The Department of Homeland Security warned of an increased threat of domestic terror for the spring and summer Friday as expiring coronavirus restrictions are expected to lead to larger public gatherings, which make appealing soft targets for attackers. “Violent extremists may seek to exploit the easing of COVID-19-related restrictions across the United States to conduct […]

EXCLUSIVE DETAILS: The Virginia police lieutenant who was fired from the department in April after anonymously donating to a fundraiser to benefit Kyle Rittenhouse said his ousting came in only a matter of days, despite that the process typically takes months. Norfolk Police Lt. William Kelly was only roughly 10 months from being a 20-year […]

Thousands of people are resisting efforts by local officials to house the homeless in temporary cabins and tents near Los Angeles beaches and parks amid an outcry over soaring crime rates related to some encampments.  Councilman Mike Bonin, who has come under fire from residents in the city’s Venice neighborhood and other communities over the […]

President Biden invited a group of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program recipients in the Oval Office Friday amid a push for immigration reform in Washington. Biden, facing a mounting migrant crisis at the southern border, is working to extend the DACA program, an Obama-era effort to protect people who were brought to the U.S. […]

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) revised its guidance on masks, allowing states to ease or outright remove certain coronavirus restrictions.  The CDC announced Thursday that it revised its mask guidance again, saying they are no longer required for fully vaccinated individuals, except in settings with incredibly crowded indoor gatherings.  “Based on the […]

A former Army Green Beret was sentenced Friday to more than 15 years in prison on espionage charges after he admitted to divulging military secrets to Russia for a 15-year period, authorities said.  Peter Dzibinski Debbins, 46, of Gainesville, Va., conspired with Russian intelligence agents from December 1996 through January 2011, federal prosecutors said. He […]

Since 1981, Brian Smith has taught various personal safety and martial arts courses on the south side of Chicago, both at the Metropolitan Police Self-Defense Institute and the Chicago Heights Ju Jitsu Academy.  People of all ages have trained under Smith, but he said perhaps the greatest impression he’s left is on teenage boys. “I’ve […]