Marine Commandant: Troops at Border ‘Unacceptable Risk’

The commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps is warning the Pentagon that unexpected deployments to the southern border pose “unacceptable risk to Marine Corps combat readiness and solvency.” (KTLA) In two internal memos, Marine Corps Gen. Robert Neller said the “unplanned/unbudgeted” deployment along the border that President Trump ordered last fall, and shifts of other

Up-and-Coming Country Singer Killed on Set of Music Video

Justin Carter, an up-and-coming figure in the world of country music died after a gun accidentally discharged on the set of his latest music video. Carter was 35. (Fox News) Carters’ mother, Cindy McClellan, told Fox News her son was filming a music video in Houston, Texas, on Saturday when a gun in his pocket

Sanctuary Policy Costs ICE Agent His Finger

The Trump Administration is unequivocally condemning New York City’s municipal government after its sanctuary city policies led to the release of an illegal immigrant who then bit off the finger of an ICE agent attempting to arrest him. (The Daily Caller) “New York’s dangerous ‘sanctuary’ policies are directly responsible for the egregious and violent harm

Middle Schooler Punished for Attempting to Honor Veterans

Eight grader Tyler Carlin chose to honor America’s veterans with a poignant display to cap off his history class project. The young man decided to create a replica of the battlefield cross, the kind seen at military cemeteries across the country and around the world. (Daily Wire) Carlin told Fox News that his teacher knew

Top Dem Apologizes for Calling Her State Racist

Mary Mancini, the chair of the Tennessee Democratic Party conceded she “used a poor choice of words” when she called her state and its 6.8million inhabitants “racist.” In Mancini’s public apology, the embattled Democrat suggested it was just Republicans – who significantly outnumber Democrats in the conservative state – who were guilty of “bigotry, misogyny,

Investigators Reexamine Cold Case Involving Serial Killer

Forty years ago, metro Atlanta endured a horrific outburst of violence, when more than 20 children and young adults were brutally murdered. Now, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and Police Chief Erika Shield said technological advancements could finally give families of the victims a definitive answer as to who murdered all those children. (Fox News)

Drug Trafficking Across Southern Border Skyrockets

Federal and local law enforcement agencies are confiscating large amounts of methamphetamine as drug cartels push the dangerous narcotic in increasing amounts into the United States. (The Daily Caller) A drug-tracking system from the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) indicates that a total of 347,807 law enforcement meth seizures were submitted to various labs across the

Police Charge Man Who Shot Self… in Private Parts

An Indiana man is facing legal trouble after accidentally shooting himself in the penis and scrotum – after authorities charged him with carrying a handgun without a license. (The Smoking Gun) Mark Anthony Jones, 46, is facing a Class-A misdemeanor weapons charge in connection with the February 28 incident in Marion. A decision to charge

Police Arrest Man Living With Parents for Mafia Boss’ Murder

Police arrested Anthony A. Comello, a 24-year-old New Yorker still living with his parents after fingerprints and surveillance footage connected him to Gambino crime family boss Frank Cali’s brutal murder. Detectives continue their investigation, but it seems Comello’s motive to kill came after Cali told him to stay away from a female relative. (The Daily

Midwest Flooding Swamps Critical Air Force Base

Nebraska’s Offutt Air Force Base, one of the most important military installations in the country, proved no match for Mother Nature. (Task & Purpose) As record flooding swept through towns across the Midwest, floodwaters had swallowed at least thirty buildings at Offutt as of Sunday and damaged another 30, the 55th Wing announced, including the