The Texas synagogue attack terrorist makes a disturbing final phone call to his family during Saturday’s standoff. Here’s more on that audio obtained exclusively by the Jewish Chronicle.
A U.S. judge refused to dismiss the civil suit against Prince Andrew. In a decision made on Wednesday, Manhattan U.S. District Judge Lewis Kaplan said the sex abuse lawsuit filed by Jeffery Epstein victim Virginia Giuffre against the prince can move forward.
Michigan State Police confirmed that former State Speaker of the House, Lee Chatfield is facing sexual assault allegations from his sister-in-law. Meanwhile, Chatfield has donated thousands to GOP attorney general candidate Tom Leonard. OAN’s Christina Bobb spoke with Leonard’s opponent, Matt Eperno, for his thoughts on this situation.
Liberal policies have people running for the hills to protect themselves with firearms. As the Los Angeles area sees no slow down in robberies, car thefts and home invasions, residents are taking their safety into their own hands.
The New York Attorney General’s Office released video of a deadly police encounter now under investigation. The footage, released Friday without audio, shows 29-year-old Jason Jones agitated in the lobby of the Catskill Police Department.
New York City’s new mayor, Eric Adams, vowed to bring back anti-crime police units in efforts to combat the city’s rising gun violence crisis. One America’s Angela Kurysh has the latest.
New York Governor Kathy Hochul and Mayor Eric Adams came together for a joint plan to combat the cities homelessness and crime crisis on its subway system.
Amid a wave of violence, Manhattan’s newly sworn-in district attorney is softening on crime. One America’s Zach Petersen has more.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot appears to be placing the blame for the city’s high crime rates on the courts and prosecutors.