In the wake of New York City George Floyd protests, three New Yorkers were indicted Friday on federal explosives and arson charges for tossing Molotov cocktails at NYPD vehicles during those riots. Brooklyn lawyers Urooj Rahman, 31, and Colinford Mattis, 32, and Samantha Johanna Shader, 27, of Catskill, were arrestedContinue Reading

The Department of Housing and Human Services finalized a regulation Friday ending Obamacare rules opening up abortion access and broadening sex to mean gender; therefore, transgender rights. Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act prohibits covered health programs or activities from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin,Continue Reading

The Seattle Police Department vacated its East Precinct building and of activists and protesters established the police-free “Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone,” nicknamed CHAZ. Chief Carmen Best told reporters yesterday that it was not her decision to abandon the precinct. “We were asked to do an operational plan in case weContinue Reading

An article from The New York Times highlighted the woke culture, sparking outrage on Twitter at the Nickelodeon cartoon series Paw Patrol, because the popular children’s show centers around Chase, a German shepherd police dog, who portrays police officers in a positive manner. “It was only a matter of time before theContinue Reading

Major League Soccer will be back on the field next month, announcing yesterday that a World Cup-style tournament featuring all 26 clubs will be played at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World. “The opportunity to have all 26 clubs in a controlled environment enables usContinue Reading

Congressional Democrats wore a traditional African cloth to announce Monday proposed legislation to reform police procedures, but were met with cultural appropriation accusations, targeting their publicity stunt. The Democrats wore Kente cloth stoles handed out by the Congressional Black Caucus and knelt on the floor of the U.S. Capitol VisitorsContinue Reading

Black Lives Matter activist Shaun King unloaded an uncomfortable reality as George Floyd protests and rallies call for people to vote: Democrats control all the major cities where black people are experiencing the most police brutality and systemic racism. King tweeted Friday that telling black Americans to change things, police brutalityContinue Reading

Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance stated Friday that his office will decline to prosecute marchers arrested for breaking the city’s 8 p.m. curfew or charges of unlawful assembly or disorderly conduct. To further the unlawful chaos on the state, 57 Buffalo officers resigned from the emergency unit following the suspensionContinue Reading

New York Times Magazine reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones drew backlash on Tuesday when she claimed that the destruction of property “is not violence.” During an interview with CBSN, Hannah-Jones was asked how the rioting and looting from the George Floyd protests should be “interpreted.” “I think we need to be very carefulContinue Reading

The national politics continues to dominate the headlines and conversation and Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez revitalized the battle over her signature legislature, the Green New Deal, telling conservative columnist Jonah Goldberg Thursday “It does not have a price tag or CBO score and costs us $0 if passed.”Continue Reading

The Florida Department of Health reported three additional coronavirus disease 2019, or COVID-19 fatalities today with deaths being reported in St. Johns, Pinellas and Lee counties. This brings the total deaths to 20 to date. Officials are reporting 1,467 total COVID-19 cases–1,379 in Florida residents and 88 cases in non-Florida residents.Continue Reading

Over the weekend, Baltimore Orioles infielder Chris Davis broke his historic hitting slump after getting a first inning single off of Boston Red Sox pitcher Rick Porcello. While Orioles fans let out a sigh of relief, the Sox fans are still scratching their heads over the Porcello slump. In October,Continue Reading

Folks can meet author Will Michaels, be the first to get a copy of Hidden History of St. Petersburg and witness Babe Ruth’s great-grandson Brent Stevens donate a signed baseball from his family to the “Schrader’s Little Cooperstown” exhibition. The Friday event, set at the St. Petersburg Museum of History at 2Continue Reading