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ENTERTAINMENT

‘The Chosen’ Season 3 Premiere SHOCKS Box Office, Finish #3

 Audience demand for the premiere of The Chosen’s Season 3 first two episodes is driving an extension of the original five-day run in cinemas all the way through Dec. 1.  With $8.75 million in sales opening weekend, The Chosen Season 3, Episodes 1 and 2 was on 2091 screens. Fans of the TV show

HUMAN INTEREST

Border patrol intercepts dangerous cosmetics from China, South Korea and Hong Kong

On November 5, Cincinnati U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers seized 6 shipments of unapproved U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) drugs. The drugs included Phenibut Hydrochloride, Botulinum Toxin, and fillers containing Lidocaine. Each one of these drugs to include Injectable cosmetic treatments, are regulated by FDA. The six

CRIME

Police shoot arsonist Luke Neely in his private, change him ‘forever’

Polk County Sheriff’s deputies shot an arsonist his privates after a high speed chase ended near Dinosaur World with a fire fight. Luke Neely, 30, is facing several charges after throwing molotov cocktails at a house, damaging the roof and then led police on a high speed chase. When deputies

Texas: Two Deported Convicted Sex Offenders crossing into the US

U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to Del Rio Sector arrested two convicted sex offenders, in separate events, shortly after they illegally entered the United States, Nov. 14. Eagle Pass agents, conducting line watch operations, encountered seven subjects attempting to avoid detection on a local ranch. All apprehended subjects were transported to

Kansas City: Cory Smith, aka ‘Fatz’ sentenced in teen sex trafficking case

A local man was sentenced in federal court Nov. 1, for his role in a sex trafficking conspiracy that involved four victims, including two teenagers following a Homeland Security Investigation (HSI), joint law enforcement partner investigation. Cory Lavell Smith, also known as “Fatz,” 28, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge

SPORTS

Man who sucker-punched Tampa Bay Lightning fan, James Anastasio, arrested and charged

Two days ago after the Tampa Bay Lightning beat the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden, a fan wearing a Lightning shirt was sucker punched by a Rangers fan and went unconscious. This was documented by a viral video, that as of today received 7.2 million views: Fight at

National News

Texas: Two Deported Convicted Sex Offenders crossing into the US

U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to Del Rio Sector arrested two convicted sex offenders, in separate events, shortly after they illegally entered the United States, Nov. 14. Eagle Pass agents, conducting line watch operations, encountered seven subjects attempting to avoid detection on a local ranch. All apprehended subjects were transported to

Politics

Governor Ron DeSantis holds commanding lead over Charlie Crist: Florida Chamber Statewide Poll

The latest Florida Chamber statewide poll shows Governor Ron DeSantis with a commanding 11% lead (53:42) over Charlie Crist. The lead is buoyed by strength among Hispanics, NPAs and women. Governor DeSantis benefits from 88% support from Republicans and a 17% lead (54:37) support from NPAs. Governor DeSantis also enjoys

World News

Border patrol intercepts dangerous cosmetics from China, South Korea and Hong Kong

On November 5, Cincinnati U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers seized 6 shipments of unapproved U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) drugs. The drugs included Phenibut Hydrochloride, Botulinum Toxin, and fillers containing Lidocaine. Each one of these drugs to include Injectable cosmetic treatments, are regulated by FDA. The six

OPINION/ANALYSIS/REVIEWS

  • Term Limits with Nick Tomboulides

    In 1994, Public policy analyst, Dan Greenberg wrote: It is difficult to overstate the extent to which term limits would change Congress. They are supported by large majorities of most American demographic groups; they are opposed primarily by incumbent politicians and the special interest groups which depend on them. Term

  • Nikki Fried lost big in Florida because she brought nothing to the table

    Charlie Crist has been a politician of some sort for decades in Florida and will show no limits to what he’ll do do get elected. This is most exemplified that this political chameleon will change his colors a number of times–Republican-Independent-Democratic–just to find a way to weasel his way in

  • Gov DeSantis will not declare Monkeypox State of Emergency, Nikki Fried sends letter

    While governors from California (826 monkeypox cases), New York (1666 cases) and Illinois (547 cases) have all issued declarations of public health emergency due to the current monkeypox outbreak, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis came out against what these states are doing and it appears he will not follow suit. “I

  • Tampa Bay Times publishes Charlie Crist ‘hit piece’ to attack Ron DeSantis

    While the “newspaper” may attempt to pretend to be objective and it’s noted that the article is under the “Opinion” section: the Tampa Bay Times has released a Charlie Crist attack piece against Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. Crist, who previously served as governor of the Sunshine State, is running against

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