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Aug 02 2023
A man accused of firing a gun outside a Jewish school in Memphis on Monday has been charged with multiple crimes, including attempted murder, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation announced Wednesday. Joel Alejandro Bowman, 33, tried to enter the Margolin Hebrew Academy while armed but, when he couldn't, fired several shots outside the school before driving away, according to police. A MemphisYahoo News
Apr 20 2023
Comments from Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) this week again presented a challenge to GOP leadership after she was silenced Wednesday following an exchange with Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas whom she accused of being a liar.
Greene’s comments pushed Democrats on the House Homeland Security Committee to move to take down her words, a ruling that blocks a lawmakerThe Hill
Jul 28 2023
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Says DHS Denied His Request for Secret Service Protection Despite His ‘Unique and Well Established’ Security Risks
Democrat presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr announced Friday that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) denied his request for Secret Service protection, even though he’s running with “unique and well-established security and safety risks.” “Since the assassination of my father in 1968, candidates for president are provided Secret Service protection. But not me,” Kennedy said on XAmerican Greatness
Apr 01 2023
Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Mayor Frank Scott Jr. toured damaged and destroyed homes in West Little Rock Saturday morning. Sanders said five people have died around the state in Friday’s tornadoes, but no storm-related deaths have been reported in Little Rock, Scott added. Speaking in front of a damage fire state on North Shackleford Road, with its metal roof caved in, Sanders said sheArkansas Democrat-Gazette
May 12 2023
The pandemic-era border measure used to quickly expel asylum seekers ended late Thursday with thousands of migrants crossing into the U.S. before midnight in anticipation of harsher immigration rules.
There were no immediate reports of a rush of migrants at legal ports of entry or elsewhere, which authorities feared would occur right after the expiration of Title 42. Under the public-Wall Street Journal (News)
Jul 23 2023
Toronto Blue Jays (54-45, third in the AL East) vs. Seattle Mariners (50-48, third in the AL West) BOTTOM LINE: The Toronto Blue Jays take on the Seattle Mariners after Alejandro Kirk’s four-hit game on Saturday. Seattle has a 50-48 record overall and a 29-24 record at home. The Mariners are 23-35 in games when they have given up at least one home run. Toronto has gone 27-25 in road games andAssociated Press
Mar 30 2023
Donald Trump suggested that his supporters give their political opponents “a war” if the former president is indicted.
Mr Trump re-posted right-wing columnist Wayne Allyn Root on Truth Social that included a link to his column entitled “Democrats Want to Indict & Arrest President Trump. They Want a War? Let’s Give it to Them.”
The article suggests that Republican districtThe Independent
Jul 09 2023
A routine traffic stop in western North Carolina turned into a rescue after police found an abducted teen inside the car. On Tuesday, deputies with the Nash County Sheriff’s Office stopped a car with Florida license plates for a traffic violation. The car was traveling northbound on Interstate 95. The deputies developed reasonable suspicion to search the car while asking routine questions. TheNTD
Jul 09 2023
Daulton Varsho started the 10th with a grounder to second and Zack Short threw out extra runner Alejandro Kirk at third, but Lukes followed with an RBI double off José Cisnero (2-2). The Blue Jays trailed 3-1 with two outs in the ninth, but Matt Chapman walked and Danny Jansen hit a homer over the visitors bullpen in left-center field. The home run came off Tigers closer Alex Lange , whoThe Boston Globe
Jul 05 2023
SANTA CLARA — A man was arrested Tuesday in connection to a stabbing at a CONCACAF Gold Cup soccer match over the weekend at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, according to authorities. Alejandro Garcia-Villanueva, 29, was arrested at his Sacramento home on suspicion of attempted murder for his role in the stabbing, Santa Clara police said in a press release. Garcia-Villanueva was identifiedEast Bay Times