Meet America’s Most Corrupt City

Despite its population decline, Chicago remains known as America’s “Second City.” However, it retains the number one ranking as the United States most corrupt city. (Fox News) The report, titled “Corruption in Chicago and Illinois,” released Monday from the University of Illinois at Chicago notes that while there’s been a decline in recent years of

Experts Warn Deer ‘Zombie’ Disease Could Spread to Humans

Experts warn an infectious disease straight out of a Stephen King novel that has affected the deer population across 24 states could spread to humans. (Fox News) Speaking at the Minnesota State Capitol last week, experts from the University of Minnesota told lawmakers of the dangers of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD), or what the U.S.

California’s High-Speed Gift to Republicans

California’s ostentatious bullet-train project from San Franciso to Los Angeles was going to be a $77 billion investment, proving America could provide eco-friendly mass transit. (Politico) But on Tuesday, the project became proof of something else: That it’s hard to build big complicated infrastructure projects in America’s fast-turnover political culture, even a green project in

Amazon Pulls Out of New York City Headquarters After Backlash

In a stunning announcement, Amazon revealed Thursday that it will no longer build its second headquarters in New York City. The decision follows criticism of the company from progressive lawmakers, including Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) (Fox News) After much thought and deliberation, we’ve decided not to move forward with our plans to build a headquarters

U.S. Intelligence Veteran Charged With Spying for Iran

The Trump administration unveiled criminal charges Wednesday against a former Air Force intelligence specialist allegedly recruited to spy on the United States for the Islamic Republic of Iran. (The Hill) The indictment unsealed Wednesday charges Monica Witt, who officials say worked for a U.S. defense contractor after leaving the Air Force and handled highly classified

Probe Vindicates Covington Kids

A comprehensive investigation into the encounter between students from Covington Catholic High School and a Native American elder found the students’ claims largely accurate. (The Hill) Greater Cincinnati Investigations issued a report dated Feb. 11 that found no evidence that students from Covington Catholic made “offensive or racist” statements to either Black Hebrew Israelites or

Widespread Sex Abuse Cover-Up Rocks Southern Baptist Churches

An investigation conducted by The Houston Chronicle and the San Antonio Express-News revealed nearly 400 Southern Baptist ministers, pastors, youth pastors, and Sunday school teachers abused more than 700 parishioners since 1998. Prosecutors have either convicted the majority of those accused of sexual misconduct or compelled them to take plea deals, although some continue to

Dem Rep. Retweets Statement Alluding to Anti-Semitism

Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) inexplicably retweeted a criticism accusing her of spreading an anti-Semitic stereotype as pernicious as calling Jewish people “hook-nosed.” (The Daily Caller) The criticism came after Omar accused the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) of buying pro-Israel support from members of Congress in a post on Twitter, for which she received

NFL Great Reveals How He’d Handle Anthem Kneelers

Former NFL star Fred Dryer revealed to Mark Levin how he would have handled the Colin Kaepernick situation if presented with the opportunity in 2016. (Fox News) Dryer, who starred as a defensive lineman for the New York Giants and Los Angeles Rams from 1969 to 1981, told host Mark Levin he would have taken