Derek Chauvin’s defense called on Dr. David Fowler, the former chief medical examiner of Maryland, to testify on Wednesday as an expert witness. Dr. Fowler, who retired as the state’s
Author and historian Victor Davis Hanson joined “The Ingraham Angle” and called today’s social landscape “the Great Awokening”, and remarked the dozens of corporations that signal their devotion to “equity” are
President Biden’s nominee to head up the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) once called for pausing Customs and Border Protection (CBP) funding during the Trump administration. Ur Jaddou is the
Arseny Bulakov, the chairman of the St. Petersburg Tolkien Society, called the production “a very revealing artifact” of its era: “filmed in destitute times, without stage settings, with costumes gathered
Congresswoman Kat Cammack, R-Fla., called out her Democrat colleagues Thursday for calling the border situation anything but a “crisis,” telling “The Story” the Biden administration should have followed Trump’s lead. REP.
U.S. Rep. Burgess Owens, R-Utah, called on President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris to “get some backbone” and visit the U.S.-Mexico border amid a surge in migrant crossings, according to reports. Owens
A use-of-force expert called by prosecutors testified on Wednesday that Derek Chauvin, the police officer charged with murdering George Floyd, used “deadly force” when it was appropriate to use none.
President Biden has spoken out forcefully against anti-Asian racism, but the sincerity of his words is called into question by his administration’s decision to drop a lawsuit against Yale University
A national coalition of Asian American advocacy groups called on the Biden administration to drop a lawsuit alleging discriminatory practices at Yale University as part of taking a stand against anti-Asian
The prosecution called Medaria Arradondo, the Minneapolis police chief, to testify on Monday. He was expected to testify that Derek Chauvin’s use of force was contrary to department policy and
Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie Sunday called out Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams for praising a New Jersey in-person early voting law that provides fewer days of pre-Election Day in-person voting