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225 missing children are found during a ten-week operation by US marshal called Operation We Will Find You, 28 cases have been passed on to other agencies to investigate crimes such as trafficking, drug crimes and weapons crimes, 62 percent of the children were located within a week after to have been wanted

The American organization Oath Keepers, which claims to exist to defend the Constitution against both domestic and foreign enemies, has its founder Stewart Rhodes sentenced to 18 years in prison for participation in the events around the Capitol on January 6, 2021, the longest sentence so far handed out in connection with incidents during the day

Henry Kissinger, who has shaped American foreign policy since the 1960s, turns 100 on Saturday, May 27, helped plan President Nixon's trip to China in 1972, received the Nobel Prize in 1973 for his participation in the Paris peace accords, and led the US overthrow of Salvador Allende in Chile, he has said he is by instinct a follower of the belief that America has been a force for good in the world and is indispensable to the stability of the world, and that it is in that region that he has made his conscious effort

In 2017, Jeffrey Epstein asked Bill Gates to retroactively pay for Russian woman Mila Antonova's tuition costs after paying for them and then learning of Gates' affair with her, according to reports to the Wall Street Journal, Epstein's email came after he failed to convince Gates that be involved in the multibillion-dollar charity fund he tried to set up

Special counsel John Durham releases his 306-page report about FBI's role in the investigation into Donald Trump's campaign's alleged collusion with Russia in the run-up to the 2016 election, revealing, among other things, that the investigation was largely driven by avowed Trump-hating FBI agent Peter Strzok and noting the difference in the agency's enthusiasm regarding the investigations of each presidential campaign, the report concludes that the Department of Justice and the FBI have failed to uphold the mission of being strictly faithful to the law

83,000 migrants cross US southern border since temporary pandemic restrictions lifted at midnight Thursday, Washington Post claims no surge but also that illegal border crossings were at record high this week

24-year-old ex-Marine Daniel Penny, who tackled the threatening and mentally ill black man Jordan Neely in the New York subway is charged with manslaughter and has raised nearly $1 million for his defense, charges announced Thursday, and Penny turned himself in and was released on bail Friday

Steve Bannon get stormed by police in the middle of his show War Room after he get swatted which means someone calls a false alarm to send police to the scene, says during the live show that the criminals are trying to make sure that something happens here, that one of the police officers gets concerned about what’s going on and actually starts firing

Republican congressman George Santos, arrested for fraud, money laundering, theft of public funds and for having lied before the House of Representatives, since he was elected in November 2022 has been noticed for, among other things, having lied about his credentials, that he owns real estate, that he is Jewish and that his mother died during September 11

Eight dead plus shooter and seven injured after shooting at the Allen Outlet Mall in Texas which is a gun-free zone, the shooter, who has not yet been identified but appears to be Hispanic with hand tattoos, was shot dead on the spot by police

Black 30-year-old Jordan Neely with history of mental illness acts aggressively and yells in New York subway that he will hurt anyone on the train and that he is ready for life in prison, dies after a forceful citizen's arrest by white 24-year-old former Marine corp

Mexican Francisco Oropeza shoots dead five neighbors in southeast Texas after one of them, because baby was trying to sleep, asked him to stop firing his rifle late Friday, police hunt for suspect

Former Acting CIA Director Mike Morell says in sworn testimony that, at the behest of current Secretary of State Antony Blinken, he helped Joe Biden collect 51 signatures falsely claiming Hunter Biden's laptop was Russian disinformation, something used by Biden during his presidential campaign to dismiss reporting about his son

Three people arrested accused of using tiki torches with the intent to intimidate six years ago during the protests in Charlottesville, and one also accused of using pepper spray, James Alex Fields Jr. serving life sentence plus 419 years for driving into crowd during protests that led to woman's death

Derek Chauvin's appeal for a new trial regarding the death of George Floyd is rejected by a court in Minnesota, which means that his prison sentence of 22.5 years stands, the convict claims that, among other things, the publicity of the case affected the trial

The CEO of the beer brand Bud light owner Anheuser-Busch Brendan Whitworth is a former CIA chief of operations specializing in recruitment and human resource management, the brand has recently been in a controversy for hiring a transgender man as its brand ambassador

Nicholas "Smush" Samudio, 22, with Down syndrome and a member of the Latin Kings street gang, is charged with two fatal shootings in the space of 10 days, one of which was sparked by a road-rage conflict while the other was potentially mistaken for another person due to a hat that was reminiscent of a rival gangs

John F. Kennedy's nephew Robert Kennedy Jr. announces his candidacy in the 2024 US presidential election for the Democrats, has been involved in the vaccine issue for fifteen years and published the book The Real Anthony Fauci in 2021

Donald Trump wins California court case against Stormy Daniels who needs to pay him USD 620,000, New York trial continues with prosecutor Alvin Bragg

Donald Trump is indicted by a jury in New York led by District Attorney Alvin Bragg on unspecified charges as the indictment is classified but is said to be related to alleged payments to silence two women during the 2016 presidential campaign, the first indicted president ever says it is political persecution

Steve Bannon's associate Guo Wengui is charged by US authorities with a $1 billion fraud by tricking his supporters, mainly Chinese dissidents, into sending money that went to extravagant purchases instead of investments or cryptocurrencies, Bannon was arrested in August 2020 aboard a yacht owned by of the exiled Chinese, accused of defrauding donors to a projects that would build a wall against Mexico

Arkansas bill that would mean those under 16 no longer need a state employment certificate to get a job passed the Legislature and is expected to be signed by Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders

The QAnon shaman Jacob Chansley, who would later be sentenced to almost four years in prison, is during January 6, 2021, seen escorted around the Capitol by policemen who, among other things, try to open locked doors for him, new images from the storming of the Capitol that have never been

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signs law giving state control over Disney's special economic zone that the company has had since 1967, new state-controlled administrative region called Central Florida Tourism Oversight District is established, CEO Bob Iger says the consequences for the company

Several US newspapers drop long-running Dilbert cartoon strip after Scott Adams commented that black respondents who did not agree with the phrase: "It's OK to be white" were a hate group and that white people should get the hell away from black people, Washington Post who are among the media

Florida Department of Health posts health alert on mRNA Covid-19 vaccines, notices 4,400% increase in reporting of life-threatening conditions, refers to three studies of which one found that mRNA Covid-19 vaccines were associated with a risk of serious adverse effects in 1 in 550 individuals

The train that derailed in Ohio on February 3 was carrying the colorless but dangerous gas vinyl chloride and due to the risk of explosion, the contents were released and burned, causing hundreds of evacuations, the Environmental Protection Agency says they did not detect harmful levels of

The White House's preliminary assessment of the objects shot down is that they are being used for commercial or benign purposes, National Security Council spokesman John Kirby says it is based on photographs of the three objects and clarifies that it is preliminary because no parts have been

NewsNation reporter arrested by police after reporting live during Ohio authorities' news conference on train derailment that caused toxic gas release, citing he was loud and disturbing speakers, about 50 train cars, 10 of which contained hazardous materials, derailed and caught fire Friday in

FAA is reopening airspace over Montana near the Canadian border after it was closed Saturday to according the agency support Defense Department activities, Montana Republican Rep. Matt Rosendale and Sen. Steve Daines both spoke out about objects sighted and the U.S. and Canadian military

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announces that object over Canadian airspace was shot down by US aircraft and Defense Minister Anita Anand would not speculate on its origin but said it could be similar to the balloon shot down earlier this week but smaller in size

A US Air Force F-22 shoots down a high-altitude object that poses a threat to civilian aircraft off the northern coast of Alaska, according to Pentagon press secretary Pat Ryder, the object was unmanned and was similar in size to a small car and in no way resembled the Chinese balloon that

The accusations against the Republican George Santos who has just been elected to the House of Representatives in the United States are growing, in addition to his merits, his lies include that his mother was in the South Tower during 9/11 and survived, that he owns 13 properties in Brazil

US Nuclear Regulatory Commission certifies the design for what will be the country's first small modular nuclear reactor meaning the design is finally determined to be acceptable and can't be legally challenged, the 50-megawatt light-water reactor is designed by Oregon-based NuScale Power and

At least 10 killed and 10 injured in mass shooting inside a crowded dance studio in the Los Angeles suburb of Monterey Park during a Lunar New Year celebration, no characteristics given regarding the shooter who remains at large, more than 65% of the area's population identify as Asian American

Gay married couple and LGBTQ activists William Dale Zulock and Zachary Jacoby Zulock in Georgia charged with with molesting their two adopted 11-year-old and 9-year-old sons and pimping them out to a local pedophile ring, the boys were adopted from a Christian special-needs adoption agency,

At least 74 Illinois sheriff's departments vow to defy the state's recent gun-control law banning assault weapons, high-capacity magazines and switches, say the law violates the Second Amendment, Governor J.B. Pritzker vows to ensure that law enforcement members who fail to do their job will lose it

New Jersey introduces law mandating K-12 schools to teach information literacy such as the difference between opinions and facts and how information is created and produced, state senator Michael Testa (R) says the law is not about teaching that any specific idea is true or false but that it

22-year-old Chicago man Edward Flemming sentenced to a combined 16-year prison sentence for carjacking a driver so that he could get to court for a stolen vehicle case, motor vehicle theft in the city up 102% in 2022

Former Virginia Tech soccer team player Kiersten Hening wins a USD 100,000 settlement for being benched due to not take a knee in support of Black Lives Matter during the national anthem, says the coaches turned on her when the team met to discuss the idea of players wearing BLM medical masks,

Micki Witthoeft who is the mother of Ashli ​​Babbit who was shot and killed during the storming of the Capitol on January 6, 2021 is arrested by police for demonstrating near the Capitol without a permit, blocking traffic and disobeying orders on the anniversary of her daughter's death,

California's Reparations Task Force chair Kamilah Moore says economists recommend USD 1 million in reparations to every black person who descended from slaves and that homeless people need to be at the forefront of the compensations, the state has more than 172,000 homeless people with up to

45% of US women between ages 25 and 44 will be single and childless by 2030 according to a Morgan Stanley estimate, economist Ellen Zentner says shifting lifestyle norms are enabling more women to work full time

US approves the world's first vaccine for honey bees, is engineered to prevent American foulbrood disease and works by introducing an inactive version of the bacteria into the royal jelly fed to the queen which leads to the larvae gaining immunity, producer Dalan Animal Health says the vaccine

Jordan Peterson says the College of Psychologists of Ontario demands he does a course about social media etiquette to avoid an in-person tribunal hearing and the potential loss of his right to practice as a licensed clinical psychologist, says retweeting leading opposition policitian Pierre

Congressman George Santos (R) lies about his background such as that he worked for Goldman Sachs and has a college degree, he is also openly gay but was married to a woman until shortly before his 2020 election campaign, claims due to the revelation that he is not a criminal and that he still

Accused of the storming of the Capitol seek in legal documents to declare judicial institutions illegitimate, overlaps with the stream of thought called "sovereign citizens", James Mault and Greg Rubenacker, who previously pleaded guilty, argue, among other things, that the United States

The United States has received 88,500 Afghan immigrants since the military withdrew from Afghanistan, some have permanent residency while others have short-term residency, draft legislation called the Afghan Adjustment Act might allow permanent residency for those with temporary status

A unanimous Jan. 6 committee in which seven of nine members are Democrats urges prosecutors to impeach Donald Trump for his actions in connection with the election loss and the storming of the Capitol

Alabama family sentenced for running cockfighting enterprise in front of an arena with stadium-style seating for approximately 150 people, as part of the business fighting birds were bred and related weapons were for sale, cost to owners to allow birds to participate in seven fights was USD 1 500

21 people charged with money laundering using cryptocurrencies as part of the multi-year US investigation called Operation Crypto Runner, according to prosecutors they played a key role in international fraud, more arrests to be expected according to William Smarr, special agent in charge of the U.S. Secret Service’s Dallas field office

Asian college applicants in the US avoid telling about typically Asian interests such as chess, violin and piano to avoid being rejected because of their race, according to a 2009 study, Asians need to score 140 points higher than whites on the SAT and 450 points higher than blacks to have the same chance of being admitted

Milo Yiannopoulos says he was the architect behind having Kanye West bring Nicholas Fuentes to Donald Trump's dinner party and that he wanted to send a message to the former president that he has systematically repeatedly neglected, ignored, abused the people who love him the most, the people who put him in office, and that kind of behavior comes back to bite you in the end

All five cars rented by Joe Biden during Thanksgiving catch fire a day after they were returned, still unclear what caused the fire in the airport parking lot, the president spent the holiday on the island of Nantucket in Massachusetts, which the family has done for more than 40 years

Kanye West brings young controversial nationalist Nicholas Fuentes to dinner with Donald Trump, an activist profile the former president claims he doesn't know and later distances himself from, the incident appears to have put the Trump campaign in damage control mode as it took several hours to issue a public response after media reporting started

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown pardons an estimated 45,000 convicted of minor possession of marijuana, applies to cases before 2016 where the person was at least 21, the crime was the only charge and where there were no victims, expunges 47,144 convictions from records and $14 million in fines

Walmart employee Andre Bing shoots dead six co-workers and then takes his own life, previously unknown to police and no clear motive at this time

Five dead and 18 injured in shooting at gay club in Colorado Springs, USA, 22-year-old alleged perpetrator Anderson Lee Aldrich in custody and is being treated for injuries

The white population in the United States has decreased by 9 percent between 2010 and 2020 while the Hispanic population has grown by 23 and the black population by 5.6 percent, the entire population since 1901 has increased from 77 to 330 million

82-year-old Nancy Pelosi is not running for re-election as the leader of the Democrats in the House of Representatives, while Republican Kevin McCarthy is expected to take over as speaker after securing a majority in the House of Representatives, she remains as a member, which she has been since 1987, and says that the time has come for a new generation to take over

Donald Trump announces his candidacy in the 2024 presidential election, if re-elected he will become the second president after Grover Cleveland to be re-elected after losing an election and would become the 45th and 47th president of the United States

The Democrats retain control of the Senate after victories in the US midterm elections in Nevada, Arizona and New Hampshire, the election in Georgia in December will determine whether Vice President Kamala Harris gets the decisive vote or not, means, among other things, that the party still controls the approval of the appointment of high offices such as judges in the Supreme Court

All operations at the Obama Presidential Center construction site in Chicago suspended after what is interpreted as a noose is discovered at the site, the group overseeing the project comments that they have zero tolerance for any form of bias or hate, that they will provide another series of trainings and conversations for all staff and workers, that authorities have been informed and that they offer a USD 100,000 reward for information leading to those responsible, no pictures or descriptions of the noose given

The deceased Tony DeLuca (D) is re-elected as a Pennsylvania state representative, the 85-year-old's death from lymphoma occurred a month before the election, which was too late for changes to be made, Democrats in the state House of Representatives tweeted that while they are incredibly saddened by the loss, they are proud that voters continue to show their confidence in him by re-electing him posthumously

Matthew Continetti: The election was much tighter than expected and it may be a month before the result is certain, the House of Representatives will likely go Republican and control of the Senate depends on the results in Nevada and Georgia, things did not go as well as expected for the Republicans and now it seems Florida be as politically exceptional as it is culturally

Ron DeSantis cruises to a landslide victory in the Florida gubernatorial race and is now preferred as presidential candidate in the state over Donald Trump according to exit polls, and stroke-stricken left-wing Democrat John Fetterman wins in the key state of Pennsylvania

Republicans want control of the border and are open to investigating the withdrawal from Afghanistan and the origins of the covid-19 pandemic, and doesn´t rule out launching impeachment proceedings, says Republican House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy in an interview with CNN two days before the US midterm elections

Two men who served more than 20 years in prison for the assassination of Malcolm X in 1965 are now receiving $36 million in compensation since their acquittal last year, by Muhammad Aziz and Khalil Islam, then named Norman 3X Butler and Thomas 15X Johnson, only the former alive, the murdered man was a representative of the black power organization Nation of Islam which, among other things, promoted racial separation

NBA star Kyrie Irving defends after critisism his decision to tweet a link to the movie Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up Black America! who claims that the Jews were responsible for the transatlantic slave trade, says according to ESPN that he will be stronger because he is not alone and has an entire army around him, the team's owner is disappointed that the basketball player seems to support a movie based on a book full of anti-Semitic disinformation

Messages supporting Kanye West's statement about Jews appear on big screens at the stadium in Jacksonville, Florida local and federal authorities say it probably does not involve criminal activity, the message "Kanye is right about the Jews" was the same that appeared on a banner over a highway in Los Angeles last week along with another sign that said 'honk if you know'

Six bodies have been found dead in Lake Mead in USA so far this year, as the largest man-made reservoir in the United States dries up, currently at about 27 percent of its full capacity

George Soros is the single largest donor to the US midterm elections, donates $129 million to the Democrats, while second and third Elizabeth and Richard Uihlein, and Kenneth Griffin give $70 and $66 million respectively to the Republicans, in total this round looks to break previous fundraising records

Nancy Pelosi's husband attacked with a hammer at the couple's San Francisco home, the 82-year old Paul Pelosi was taken to a hospital and underwent a successful surgery to repair a skull fracture and serious injuries to his right arm and hands, 42-year-old David DePape who is identified as the suspect is noted to having posted memes and conspiracy theories on Facebook about Covid vaccines, the 2020 election and the January 6 attack

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey (R) announces expansion of placement of shipping containers along Mexico border, comes two weeks after federal officials asked him to move those he initially set up pending agency contracting

16 New York public sanitation workers fired for being unvaccinated get their jobs back and retroactive pay under Supreme Court ruling, New York Supreme Court Justice Ralph J. Porzio called enforcement of the vaccine mandate “arbitrary and capricious”, the city has filed an appeal

The new Premier of Alberta, Canada, Danielle Smith, apologizes to unvaccinated citizens, says she is deeply sorry for anyone who was inappropriately discriminated against because of their vaccine status, and she welcomes back the government employees who were fired from their jobs, took office on October 11 when she became the new party leader of the United Conservative Party who have been in power since 2019

Three dead and six injured in school shooting in St. Louis, USA, suspected perpetrator shot dead at school by police, other victims are a female teacher and a teenage girl

Donald Trump will not be allowed to testify live in the investigation of the storming of the Capitol because, according to co-chairman Liz Cheney, the committee does not intend to let him make a circus out of it, it is unclear how the former president will act, but according to sources close to him, he may consider participating given that he gets to do it live

Illegal border crossings into the United States from Mexico hit an all-time high of 2.38 million in the fiscal year that ended last September, 78,000 people from Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua, to which countries you are not allowed to be deported, were stopped in september, while 58,000 from the countries of Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, which historically accounted for the largest share

The mid-term elections in the United States are held on November 8 this year, opinion polls show the Republicans in lead, the Democrats currently have a narrow majority in both the House of Representatives and the Senate, Joe Biden says he believes in recovery for his party because the economy is starting to look better, including lower prices for gas which, according to him, is due to what he has done

Applications to work as a police officer in Minneapolis decrease after the death of George Floyd from 292 in 2019 to 57 this year, police spokesman Garrett Parten says that you can shout as loud as you can that more people need to be hired, but if fewer apply, it will not change the outcome

Donald Trump is called to testify in the congressional investigation of the storming of the Capitol, he also needs to hand over documentation with, among other things, his communications during the day in question and with Michael Flynn, Rudy Giuliani, Roger Stone and Steve Bannon, who was sentenced to prison in the same trial

Steve Bannon sentenced to four months in prison for refusing to cooperate with Congress committee investigating Capitol riots of January 6, 2021, claimed that subpoena violated executive privilege of Donald Trump

Florida Gov. Ronald DeSantis plans to resume flights of migrants to Democratic stronghold, trips to Delaware and Illinois were scheduled for early October but postponed due to Hurricane Ian ravaging the state, in September the White House was told that immigrants would be sent by DeSantis to an airport near Biden's vacation home

Donald Trump writes that no president has done more for Israel than he has but that the Evangelicals appreciate it more than people of the Jewish faith and especially the Jews living in the United States who need to get their act together up and start valuing what they have in Israel before it is too late

More than 100,000 Americans died of overdoses last year, deaths among teenagers the fastest growing group, doubling between 2019 and 2020 and growing another 20% by 2021, the US has 20 times the global average drug-related death rate but Scotland is not long after

Evanston, Illinois pays black residents damages for alleged discrimination in mid-20th century real estate market, pays $25,000 given pre-1969 residency and can only be used for home repairs, down payment or down payment, 16 recipients so far

5 dead and 2 injured in shooting in North Carolina in the United States, 15-year-old arrested, no known motive, Joe Biden said in a statement he is grieving alongside the families whose loved ones were killed and called for a ban on assault weapons

Former presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard is leaving the Democrats, saying the party is in complete control of an elitist cabal of warmongers who are dividing the country by racializing every issue, stoking anti-white racism, demonizing the police and protecting criminals at the expense of law-abiding people, and above all, are dragging us ever closer to nuclear war

New York changes its gun buyback program rules after a man travels from West Virginia to sell 60 3-D printed guns for USD 21,000 in gift cards where a premium was awarded as the weapons were deemed as ghost guns lacking serial numbers, the man says the money was enticing but that he was mainly interested in showing the buybacks' stupidity, the attorney general's office comments that it is shameful that someone exploited a program that has successfully protect the communities from gun violence by taking thousands of guns off the streets

Harvey Weinstein trial begins, faces 11 charges for alleged sexual assaults on five women, Jennifer Siebel Newsom, wife of California governor Gavin Newsom, among them who will testify about their experience

Biden pardons all prior Federal offenses of simple possession of marijuana, urging all Governors to do the same with regard to state offenses, the president writes in the statement that "no one should be in jail just for using or possessing marijuana"

18 killed in Mexico when city hall in San Miguel Totolapan, Guerroro was shelled, mayor and his father among the dead, criminal group Los Tequileros claimed responsibility, third attack in Mexico in recent weeks

California Governor Gavin Newsom (D) signs bill restricting use of rap lyrics as evidence in criminal cases, Dina LaPolt, entertainment attorney, states "for too long, prosecutors in California have used rap lyrics as a convenient way to inject racial bias and confusion into the criminal justice process", and Assembly member Reginald Jones-Sawyer Sr. says "their stage name might be Little Murder, but that doesn’t mean they’re a murderer"

Buckhead elected official Mary Norwood says more than the crime level drives the Atlanta neighbourhood secession attempts, explains that many years of centralized neglect has resulted in poor roads, flooding and a disproportionate influx of new residents and that the city government must take their concerns very seriously if it wants to avoid the creation of a separate city

Oberlin College in Ohio agrees to pay USD 37 million to Gibson's Bakery for falsely accusing them of racism after a 2016 incident where three black students who had previously stolen from the bakery were chased out of the store while trying to swipe two wine bottles using a fake ID and the employee Allyn Gibson was assaulted, the 137-year-old family business was hit hard by the protests and had to lay off half of the staff

Canada's National Advisory Committee on Immunization says a Covid-19 vaccine booster every 90 days may be warranted in the context of heightened epidemiological risk as well as operational considerations for the efficient deployment of the Covid-19 vaccination program, the Department of Health recently said a booster every nine months was sufficient

Mississippi officials say Jackson's 150,000 residents can shower in tap water but should close their mouths as the city's month-long water issues continue, state of emergency declared as excessive rainfall and flooding exacerbated the problems

Kansas middle school math teacher Pamela Ricard reaches USD 95,000 settlement after being suspended for violating the Geary County Schools' Diversity and Inclusion Policy that requires educators to refer to students by their preferred names and pronouns, Ricards had one incident where she used a student's birth name instead of the preferred name and then called a girl by her last name only despite being reminded multiple times of the policy, Ricard argued in the now dismissed lawsuit that any policy that requires her to refer to a student as zhe/zher etc violates her religious beliefs

38-year old Florida vegan Sheila O'Leary sentenced to life in prison for starving her 18-month-old son to death in 2019, her husband Ryan Patrick O’Leary remains in jail while awaiting trial on the same charges, the couple's 3-year-old and 5-year-old children were also found malnourished and a fourth child was earlier returned to her biological father after an earlier malnutrition case in Virginia, the family ate only raw fruits and vegetables although the toddler was also fed breast milk