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Jul 27 2022
Air Force testing system to stop active shooters with robots and drones
The U.S. Air Force is testing a system that uses artificial intelligence and drones on its bases aimed at putting a stop to an active shooter.
"The entire idea behind the platform is being able to take a robot and ultimately impede, disorient an active threat on an installation before they can do any more damage," ZeroEyes Senior Vice President of Government Solutions JT Wilkins, whoseFox News (Online News)
Jun 28 2022
Joe Biden Clashes With Progressives Over Supreme Court Expansion
The Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade on Friday has prompted calls to reform the nation's highest court to ensure that its decisions are fair and balanced.
Some Democrats favor expanding the number of seats in the court to restore what many Americans say is a loss of legitimacy. Although the court currently has a conservative majority of 6-3, President Joe Biden has saidNewsweek
Jan 12 2022
Judge Denies Prince Andrew's Effort to Dismiss Virginia Giuffre's Sexual Assault Lawsuit
A New York federal judge on Wednesday denied Great Britain's Prince Andrew's motion to have the civil sexual assault case against him dropped.
In the civil lawsuit, Virginia Giuffre accuses Andrew of having sex with her when she was a minor. Giuffre says disgraced financier and sex offender Jeffrey Epstein arranged for Andrew to sexually abuse her at Ghislaine Maxwell's home when sheHuffPost BBC News Breitbart News
Jul 05 2022
Abortion fight strains Democratic alliance with Gen Z
A debate is raging inside the Democratic Party about whether it’s giving its base — especially those under 30, the generation that most strongly supports abortion rights — enough motivation to keep voting for the party, as federal Democrats struggle to meaningfully push back against the overturning of Roe v. Wade.
The fear is that an already deflated Democratic base won’t show up inPolitico
Jul 16 2020
How did I end up in Epstein’s little black book?
Every time Jeffrey Epstein is in the news, I start getting calls from strangers wanting to scream abuse at me. This happened a lot when the billionaire financier was found dead in his jail cell last year after being arrested on sex trafficking charges, and it has started again following the arrest of his ex-girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell a couple of weeks ago. The reason is that my contactThe Spectator World
Aug 22 2022
Did the FBI “Raid” or “Search” Mar-a-Lago? Major News Sources Show Inconsistency
Did the FBI “raid” former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida? Or did they “search” it? In general terms, both words can be used to accurately describe what happened when the FBI executed a search warrant and seized documents at Trump’s home in early August. But differences and inconsistencies in how news sources use the terms may reflect media bias by word choice.Henry A. Brechter
Aug 14 2019
Jeffrey Epstein’s Estate Sued by Alleged Victim in New York
Jeffrey Epstein’s estate was sued by a woman who says he raped her when she was a teenager, the first case against his estate under a New York law taking effect Wednesday that gives victims of sexual abuse a year to file lawsuits over older claims.
The case was filed in state court in Manhattan by Jennifer Araoz, who says Epstein targeted her when she was a New York City high schoolBloomberg
Dec 20 2021
Inside AllSides: “War on Christmas” or Mindless Arson? The Burning of Fox News’s Christmas Tree
When a man allegedly lit fire to Fox News’s 50-foot Christmas Tree, did that represent an attack on the news outlet? An attack on Christmas? Both? Neither? The man charged with the crime, who was released without bail last week and is due back in court Jan. 4, is reportedly homeless and told investigators he was thinking of burning the tree down “all day long.” But why? No motive is known,AllSides Staff
Dec 18 2019
New York judge tosses state fraud case against Manafort
A New York judge Wednesday tossed the real estate fraud case brought by Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance against Paul Manafort, ruling that the charges violated the state’s double jeopardy laws.
Vance's office accused Manafort, President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, of falsifying business records to obtain millions of dollars in residential mortgage loans in a scamNBC News (Online)
Aug 09 2019
Disgraced money man's alleged sex trafficking victim names 2 prominent Dems in newly released docs
A woman who has long claimed disgraced money man Jeffrey Epstein forced her to have sex with powerful men named two prominent Democratic politicians - former Sen. George Mitchell and ex-New Mexico governor and Clinton cabinet official Bill Richardson - in documents unsealed Friday by federal prosecutors in New York.
Friday's revelations came from more than 2,000 documents that wereFox News (Online News)