June 28, 2022

Lightning beat Rangers 2-1, advance to Stanley Cup Final

Steven Stamkos scored two goals and the two-time defending champion Tampa Bay Lightning are headed to the Stanley Cup Final for the third straight year after beating the New York Rangers 2-1 in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference final on Saturday night…

SCOTUS unanimously rules Boston violated group’s rights by refusing to fly Christian flag

The Supreme Court ruled unanimously that a program of the city of Boston that allows outside groups to fly flags at city hall must permit the flying of flag with a cross that a camp referred to as a “Christian flag…

MSNBC’s Joy Reid and all Critical Race Theory advocates owe our children an apology

Critical race theory and its proponents have dominated American society for more than four years. From corporations to classrooms, it’s everywhere and yet, those same proponents shout ‘racism’ when folks like myself have grave concerns over its effects on not just our nation, but our nation’s future: our children…

Franklin Graham’s Samaritan’s Purse airlifts 28 Ukrainian women and children to Canada

The charitable group Samaritan’s Purse has been flying critical relief supplies and food to Ukraine, for the desperate people there caught amid the Ukraine-Russia war, every week since late Feb 2src22. Now, on May 15, 2src22, the group’s DC-8 cargo plane “had a different mission — carrying 28 Ukrainians to Toronto,” Canada…

‘Selling Sunset’ alum Christine Quinn reveals what’s not shown on camera, details being a reality TV ‘villain’

How to be a Boss B*tch” author and former Netflix star Christine Quinn gets candid with Fox News Digital about what viewers don’t see on camera, being a reality TV show villain and her friendship fallout with former costar Mary Fitzgerald…

Florida Gov. DeSantis signs bill increasing punishments for fentanyl trafficking as opioid crisis worsens

Fentanyl traffickers in Florida will now face increased mandatory minimum sentences and methamphetamine dealers who sell drugs such as fentanyl that result in someone’s overdose death could be tried for murder under a new bill signed by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday…

Florida Gov. DeSantis signs bill increasing punishments for fentanyl trafficking as opioid crisis worsens

Fentanyl traffickers in Florida will now face increased mandatory minimum sentences and methamphetamine dealers who sell drugs such as fentanyl that result in someone’s overdose death could be tried for murder under a new bill signed by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday…

San Francisco archbishop bars Pelosi from receiving Holy Communion due to abortion support

San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone announced Friday that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is barred from receiving Holy Communion due to her pro-abortion stance — marking an escalation in a decades-long tension between the Roman Catholic Church and liberal Democratic politicians on abortion…

Progressive prosecutors blast recalls, assail Democrats for not supporting reform agenda

Four prosecutors who head some of the country’s largest district attorney’s offices discussed their progressive reforms Tuesday. District attorneys Chesa Boudin of San Francisco, George Gascon of Los Angeles County, Kim Foxx, the state attorney for Cook County, Illinois, and Philadelphia DA Larry Krasner defended their policies…

Congress holds historic public UFO hearing, as military struggles to understand ‘mystery’ flying phenomena

The hearing on what the U.S. government officially calls “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena” (UAP) comes after years of unexplained sightings, primarily by U.S. military personnel, of flying objects, which often had no “discernable” propulsion systems and unusual “movement patterns…

MSNBC’s Joy Reid and all Critical Race Theory advocates owe our children an apology

Critical race theory and its proponents have dominated American society for more than four years. From corporations to classrooms, it’s everywhere and yet, those same proponents shout ‘racism’ when folks like myself have grave concerns over its effects on not just our nation, but our nation’s future: our children…

Phillip Danault scores late, Kings beat Oilers in series opener

Phillip Danault capitalized after a miscue by Edmonton goalie Mike Smith and scored the tiebreaking goal late in the third period, leading the Los Angeles Kings to a 4-3 win over the Oilers on Monday night in Game 1 of the opening-round playoff series…

Ex-Papa John’s CEO claims NFL team owners asked him to get Roger Goodell fired

Former Papa John’s CEO John Schnatter opened up about a situation in 2src17 in which he claimed Washington Commanders team owner Daniel Snyder and Dallas Cowboys team owner Jerry Jones wanted him to get NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell fired at the height of the national anthem controversy…

Ex-Vikings star Chad Greenway dismisses early NFL Draft concerns, sees promise in new leadership

Minnesota Vikings general manager Kwesi Adofo-Mensah has gotten less than raving reviews for his first NFL Draft but for one team veteran one night doesn’t necessarily define a team’s fate, especially as a new — and promising — regime takes over…

James Harden, Joel Embiid power 76ers past Heat, even series 2-2

James Harden took a sensational step forward in the postseason for the 76ers with step-back 3s that rekindled his dominant form. Joel Embiid is playing better by the game, and the MVP finalist might have his best basketball ahead…

No charges in shooting at rapper DaBaby’s house, police claim

Troutman police said on social media that the investigation into the April 13 shooting has been completed, news outlets reported. According to the post, investigators consulted with the Iredell County District Attorney’s Office in determining no charges will be filed…

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and Prince Andrew won’t appear on the palace balcony during the Queen’s Jubilee

Buckingham Palace on Friday answered one of the biggest remaining questions about Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations: saying that Prince Andrew, Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, won’t be on the palace balcony when the monarch greets the public on June 2…

Tomi Lahren on ‘Fox & Friends First’: Supreme Court leak ‘absolutely an intimidation and distraction tactic’

Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren said Democrats’ only hope for success in November’s midterms is to ‘rile everyone up’ while calling the recent Supreme Court opinion leak alleging justices will rule to overturn Roe v. Wade an “intimidation tactic…

2024 presidential contenders weigh in on how Supreme Court leak may impact midterm elections

EXCLUSIVE: Potential 2src24 presidential hopefuls are weighing in on whether the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion overturning Roe v. Wade will impact the November midterm elections, with some GOP leaders saying it will lead to a red wave, while others are skeptical that it will have a major impact on voters…

Neal Adams, legendary comic book creator and Batman artist, dead at 80

Neal Adams’ wife confirmed that he died Thursday due to complications from sepsis. Adams got his start in 1959 when he began drawing for Archie Comics. He went on to draw for DC’s Superman series before drawing the two most iconic characters of his career, Batman and Spectre…

DNC launches tax day ad buy in key states, claiming a GOP tax plan could ‘raise taxes’

The Democratic National Committee is launching digital ads in eight key battleground states highlighting a GOP tax plan that they say “could raise taxes on half of Americans,” in a bid to sway voters ahead of the 2src22 midterm elections…

Johnny Depp’s daughter Lily-Rose Depp: What to know

Depp’s daughter, an aspiring actress, and a Chanel billboard queen, has been mentioned several times while various witnesses testify in her father Johnny Depp’s defamation lawsuit against his ex-wife Amber Heard. A story about their time on Depp’s private island took center stage during Tuesday’s testimony…

Biden grants three pardons, 75 commutations for individuals serving for nonviolent drug crimes

President Biden is granting his first three pardons while in office and commuting the sentences of 75 individuals serving prison time for nonviolent drug crimes, as part of the Biden administration’s “broad commitment” to reforming the justice system and addressing racial disparities…

DNC launches tax day ad buy in key states, claiming a GOP tax plan could ‘raise taxes’

The Democratic National Committee is launching digital ads in eight key battleground states highlighting a GOP tax plan that they say “could raise taxes on half of Americans,” in a bid to sway voters ahead of the 2src22 midterm elections…

Ukraine war is a ‘perfect storm,’ threatening food, energy, and debt crises across the globe: UN report

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine appears to have set off a “perfect storm,” sparking multiple crises across the globe in the areas of food, energy, and debt, with devastating impacts for developing countries, the United Nations warned in a report Wednesday…

Russian warship seriously damaged in Black Sea

Russia confirmed Wednesday that the flagship of its Black Sea fleet had been evacuated after it was “seriously damaged,” claiming that a fire on board caused an explosion, Russian media said. Ukraine said its military hit the ship with two cruise missiles…

DA: 3 of 6 dead in Sacramento shootout were in gang dispute

Newly filed court documents in the downtown Sacramento shooting that killed six people and wounded a dozen others reveal that three of the dead had been involved in the gang dispute that led to the massive shootout, with at least one of them firing a weapon…

Jessica Simpson recalls her credit card being ‘denied’ when she went to Taco Bell ‘the other day’

Jessica Simpson has been pouring her money into her business after she regained full ownership of her billion-dollar namesake fashion brand. The singer and actress took charge of her popular Jessica Simpson Collection last year after its parent company, Sequential Brands Group Inc., filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection back in August…

Wake Forest med student who implied she harmed patient for mocking pronoun pin on ‘extended leave’

North Carolina’s Wake Forest School of Medicine fourth-year student Kychelle Del Rosario is on “extended leave” and no longer participating in patient care activities amid controversy over a tweet suggesting she intentionally missed a vein during a blood draw so a patient who mocked her gender “pronoun pin” would have to get “stuck twice…

Trump slams Biden’s Afghan withdrawal, says he would have kept Bagram Air Base to monitor China’s nuke testing

Former President Donald Trump warned in a speech Thursday that President Biden had made America more vulnerable to its enemies, including by withdrawing U.S. troops from Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan, which Trump said he would have kept in order to monitor China’s nuclear program…

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