June 27, 2022

Weekend Mass Shootings in Chicago and Multiple States Leave 11 Dead

Thirteen incidents of mass shootings in Chicago and other states across the country on the weekend have left several people dead and more injured. In a drive-by mass shooting in Chicago on June 11, four people were injured and one was killed. The five individuals were standing in an alley on the 8600 block of […]

S&P 500 Falls Back Into Bear Market as Wall Street Opens Down

Wall Street’s main indexes opened sharply lower on Monday amid a broader risk-off sentiment that also saw cryptocurrencies take a beating, while the benchmark S&P 500 fell into a bear market intraday as a higher-than-expected inflation print last week raised bets the Fed would tighten faster and further to quell price pressures. Shortly after opening […]

FACT CHECK: Are Guns Illegal In Chicago?

A post shared on Facebook claims guns are illegal in Chicago.Facebook/Screenshot Verdict: False While Chicago has strict gun laws, they are not illegal to own in the city, according to experts. Fact Check: In the wake of the Uvalde, Texas school shooting May 24, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott claimed that crime in Chicago, which has…

14 Shot, One Fatally, Friday into Sunday Morning in Lori Lightfoot’s Chicago

Fourteen people were shot, one of them fatally, Friday into Sunday morning in Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s (D) Chicago. FOX 32 / Chicago Sun-Times reported that the shooting fatality occurred Sunday morning about 2:2src a.m. “in the 84srcsrc block of South Aberdeen Street.” The victim, a 27-year-old man, was standing outside when the shot rang out.…

U.S. Economy Slowed in February, Chicago Fed Says

U.S. economic activity expanded at a slower rate in February and January’s expansion was slower than reported earlier, data from the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago showed Monday. The Chicago Fed National Activity Index fell to 0.51 in February and January’s reading was revised down to 0.59 from the prior reading of 0.69. The Chicago…

20 Shot, One Fatally, During Weekend in Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s Chicago

Twenty people were shot, one of them fatally, during the weekend in Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s (D) Chicago. ABC 7 / Chicago Sun-Times reports the shooting fatality was discovered just before 11:30 p.m. Friday, when a 20-year-old man was found facedown “in the 8200-block of South Coles Avenue.” A 54-year-old man was shot and wounded about an…

Two Cops Shot at Chicago Hot Dog Stand, Suspect in Custody

Chicago police arrested a man who shot and wounded two officers at a hot dog stand. The shooting took place on the city’s west side in Lawndale. A man standing in line at the Original Maxwell Street hot dog stand on Independence Boulevard allegedly at about 3:3src a.m. Friday dropped a handgun out of his…

Ukrainian community in Chicago prays for families overseas, speaks out against Russian invasion

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! As Russian forces continue their attack in Ukraine, residents of Chicago’s Ukrainian Village neighborhood are rallying against the invasion and praying for their families overseas.  Students from Saint Nicholas Elementary walked from school to the Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral in Chicago for a special service on Thursday. Many […]

Multiple Chicago firefighters injured while fighting neighborhood fire

Seven Chicago firefighters were injured over the weekend while responding to a fire on the city’s South Side in a residential neighborhood, but are expected to recover, according to local officials. Chicago Fire Department (CFD) District 5 Deputy Chief Daniel Torrise spoke to reporters on Saturday, saying there is “no determination of the cause” of […]

12 Shot, 3 Fatally, on Tuesday Alone in Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s Chicago

Twelve people were shot, three of them fatally, on Tuesday alone in Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s (D) Chicago. FOX 32 reports the first of the fatal shootings occurred around 6 a.m. in “the 9srcsrc block of East 79th Street.” Two people were killed in the incident, 67-year-old Gloria Binder and 42-year-old Erskine Binder, both of whom were…

‘Blood On Her Hands’: Chicago 911 Dispatcher Slams Mayor Lori Lightfoot Over Skyrocketing Murder Rate

A Chicago 911 dispatcher slammed Chicago’s Democrat Mayor Lori Lightfoot over the skyrocketing crime rate in the Windy City, saying that she has “blood on her hands.” “All hell has broken loose,” dispatcher Keith A. Thornton, Jr. told Fox News on Tuesday. “In my opinion and fact, the blood is on her hands,” Thornton said.…

22 Shot over Christmas Weekend in Lori Lightfoot’s Chicago

Twenty-two people were shot, two of them fatally, over Christmas weekend in Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s (D) Chicago. Breitbart News reported at least 18 people were shot Christmas Eve into Sunday morning and ABC 7 / Chicago Sun-Times notes the number of shooting victims was 22 by Monday morning. The first shooting fatality of the weekend…

Australia’s Northern Territory Government Backs Down on Strict COVID-19 Travel Rules

Australia’s Northern Territory Government has overturned a previous decision restricting travellers to the Territory to high-vaccination zones for the first 14 days of their stay from Dec.20. Deputy Chief Minister Nicole Manison said on Wednesday evening that the Government had consulted key stakeholders, including Land Councils, peak health bodies, tour operators and industry bodies. “We…

2 Children Die More Critically Injured After Jumping Castle Blown Into Air in Australia

Four children have died and five more critically injured after falling from a jumping castle when it was blown into the air by a wind gust at Hillcrest Primary School in Australia’s southern island state of Tasmania on Thursday morning. On Thursday afternoon, police confirmed that two boys and two girls had died, with four…

‘You Won’t Be Able to Book Any Billboards in Australia’: Agency Tells Beijing Critic and Human Rights Advocate

Advertising critical of China or the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) could be barred from running on any billboards in Australia, according to a recording by Senate candidate and student-activist Drew Pavlou. In a recording posted on Pavlou’s Twitter account, an advertising representative explained why his billboard company was turning down an AU$3,000 (US$2,152) campaign—featuring the…

French MPs Arrive in Taiwan for Visit Amid China Tensions

TAIPEI, TAIWAN—A group of six French lawmakers arrived in Taiwan for a five-day visit on Wednesday, following a similar trip led by a group of French parliamentarians in October that the Chinese regime sought to discourage. François de Rugy, the head of the Taiwan Friendship group in the National Assembly, the lower house of France’s…

Mexican Man Beaten to Death in Chicago While Putting Up Christmas Lights

A man who moved from Mexico to Chicago to give his family a better life was beaten to death outside his South Side home Saturday while putting up Christmas lights, according to reports. Area One detectives say that Jose Tellez was attacked and beaten by two men around 6:30 p.m. in the 3500 block of…

Head of Miami-Dade Schools Chosen as LAUSD Superintendent

The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) announced Dec. 9 its new superintendent, Alberto Carvalho, who has previously served as superintendent of the Miami-Dade County Public Schools since 2008. The LAUSD Board of Education unanimously voted in Carvalho’s favor in a closed-door meeting on Thursday. Carvalho will replace Megan K. Reilly, who has been serving…

A Conversation With Charles Marohn: ‘Honor the Struggle!’

Walking six blocks to work each morning gives Charles Marohn a unique insight into the vitality of his town, and into his own well-being. Aware of the benefits of exercise in his life, he quickly draws an analogy between personal discipline and the discipline that makes for a strong town. Wisdom literature often draws a…

San Francisco Restaurant Apologizes After Refusing Service to Police Officers

SAN FRANCISCO—A restaurant in San Francisco’s North Beach neighborhood is apologizing for refusing service to three uniformed police officers. The store owners said the officers’ weapons, which are part of their uniform, made the restaurant staff feel uncomfortable. The incident later ignited an online debate. After a wave of negative comments on social media and…

In Bob Dole’s Final Thoughts On Death And Heaven, He Jokes He’ll Probably Be Back To Vote In Chicago

December 10, 2021 2:34 PM ET Former Republican Kansas Sen. Bob Dole joked in his final thoughts that he was excited to see whether he would be back to vote in Chicago after he died.Dole’s daughter, Robin, read her father’s farewell letter Friday at his funeral in the Washington National Cathedral. “As I make the…

Lightfoot’s Chicago: Smash and Grab Thieves Steal $1 Million in Merchandise from Auto Gallery

The smash and grab crime wave happened upon an exotic car dealership in Chicago this weekend, where two people reportedly stole up to $1 million in merchandise. The robbery occurred on Saturday afternoon at the Gold Coast Auto Gallery in the upscale Near North Side neighborhood of Chicago. The two men allegedly stole millions of…

Chicago mayor needs to dump police boss if ‘crime pandemic’ isn’t addressed, critic says

In Chicago on Friday night, as many as a dozen suspects stormed into a store in the city’s Chatham neighborhood and grabbed as many items as they could carry, according to a report. One security-camera image released by police shows four suspects behind the store’s counter, rummaging through drawers and grabbing displayed items. Another suspect […]

22 Shot Friday into Sunday Morning in Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s Chicago

Twenty-two people were shot, five of them fatally, Friday into Sunday morning in Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s (D) Chicago. ABC 7 / Chicago Sun-Times reports a woman was shot in the head and fatally wounded Friday about 8:2src p.m. She was in a building “in the 71srcsrc-block of South Ridgeland Avenue” when she was shot. A 44-year-old…

Rand Paul: The Antidote to Anthony Fauci

I had a follow-up interview with Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) about his upcoming hearing in the Senate’s Health, Education, Labor & Pensions Committee, in light of revelations about gain-of-function research, the NIH’s removal of that phrase from its website, cruel lab experiments on beagles, and why Dr. Anthony Fauci is still employed, as well as…

Capitol Report (Nov. 3): Virginia Election Has National Implications

Virginians voted in an unexpectedly close race for governor. We have analysis on the results from the commonwealth. And we speak to a Virginia congressman to find out what this could mean for the future of Virginia and the nation moving forward. President Joe Biden just unveiled his new plan to reduce U.S. methane emissions…

New Jersey Incumbent Governor Announced Election Winner as Tallying Continues

New Jersey Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy narrowly won reelection on Wednesday, defeating Republican former Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli, announced The Associated Press. Unofficial results show Murphy winning with 50 percent of the votes by a margin of 19,294 votes, while Ciattarelli gained 49 percent of the votes, with 98 percent of precincts reporting, according to the New Jersey…

Xi Jinping Skips COP26 Despite China Being the Top Polluter; Former CIA Officer Discusses China IP Theft

As the COP26 climate conference is underway, one member is missing. Chinese leader Xi Jinping did not even attend. Rather, he sent a letter instead. Why is the top polluter in the world not in attendance? I discuss exactly how unserious the Chinese regime really takes climate change. Plus, have you ever wondered what “common prosperity” really…

26 Shot During Weekend in Mayor Lightfoot’s Chicago

Twenty-six people were shot, six of them fatally, during the weekend in Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s (D) Chicago. Breitbart News noted 19 people were shot, four of them fatally, Friday into Sunday morning alone. ABC 7 / Chicago Sun-Times reported that the fifth and sixth shooting homicides  of the weekend occurred at 7 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.…

Treasury Secretary Says US Not Losing Control Over Inflation as Twitter CEO Issues Dire Warning

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey issued a warning about rising inflation over the weekend as Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Sunday said the United States isn’t losing control. “Hyperinflation is going to change everything. It’s happening,” Dorsey wrote on Twitter, later continuing to say: “It will happen in the U.S. soon, and so the world.” Jack…

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