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A new summer school option with five full days of free instruction each week will be offered to all Clark County School District students this June.
Just when you think you had seen it all in Las Vegas.
Customs and Border Protection agents don’t have the resources they need to effectively do their jobs, two active agents told the Daily Caller News Foundation.
Two Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee hyped news reports last year that President Donald Trump turned a blind eye to intelligence that said the Russian government was paying bounties to Taliban fighters to kill American troops.
Michigan officials on Friday ordered children as young as two to wear masks in a bid to curb the rise in COVID-19 cases the state has seen in recent weeks.
A person who was fully vaccinated against the virus that causes COVID-19 died of the disease in Texas, officials announced Friday.
The Biden administration promised to end border wall construction, then seized over six acres of a southern Texas family’s land through eminent domain.
Kash Patel, the former GOP congressional aide who uncovered the FBI’s surveillance abuse against the Trump campaign, is the target of a federal leak investigation, according to a report from The Washington Post.
The Biden-Harris administration’s Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced it is reversing the Trump administration’s decision to end taxpayer funding for experimental research that uses fetal tissue derived from aborted babies.
Hundreds of anti-police and Black Lives Matter protesters took to the streets in Washington, DC, on Friday night.
An activist speaking at Black Lives Matter Plaza asked how long before “people are really ready to get blood on their hands” to make change happen.
Iran on Saturday named a man it wants arrested in connection with a recent explosion and power outage at its main Natanz nuclear plant, as talks got underway in Vienna to try to save Tehran’s 2015 nuclear deal with world powers.
Two Russian warships transited the Bosphorus en route to the Black Sea on Saturday and 15 smaller vessels completed a transfer to the sea as Moscow beefs up its naval presence at a time of tense relations with the West and Ukraine.
In yet another sign that the San Diego County Board of Supervisors has shifted to the left, the county now supports a bill that would stop transfers to Immigration and Customs Enforcement for anyone eligible for release from California state prisons or local jails.
Last week, San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria released a list of proposed police reforms and public safety priorities.
A U.S. judge on Friday rejected Ghislaine Maxwell’s bid to dismiss the original indictment accusing the British socialite of aiding the financier Jeffrey Epstein’s sexual abuse of girls.
Hundreds marched through the streets of Chicago on Friday to protest the police shooting of Adam Toledo, a day after the city released a graphic video of a police officer shooting and killing the 13-year-old Latino boy in an alley two weeks ago.
President Joe Biden welcomes Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga on Friday as the first foreign leader to visit his White House, underscoring Tokyo’s central role in the U.S. strategy to counter the challenge of China’s growing assertiveness.
A gunman shot eight people dead and injured several others at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis before taking his own life, police said early on Friday.
Program purportedly aimed at battling ‘stereotypes,’ creating ‘inclusive’ campus
A new study involving an examination of dead bald and golden eagles collected between 2014 and 2018 found that more than 80 percent of them had rat poison in their systems.
The U.S. Interior Department on Friday sought to erase the Trump administration’s pro-fossil fuels legacy from the nation’s public lands by revoking a suite of policies that boosted drilling and mining and ordering that climate change be put at the forefront in future agency decisions.
President Joe Biden signed an order on Friday limiting U.S. refugee admissions this year to the historically low 15,000 cap set under his predecessor Donald Trump, a senior administration official said, shelving a plan to raise it to 62,500 and drawing the ire of refugee advocates and some Democratic lawmakers.
Customs and Border Protection (CBP) stopped a shipment of over 170,000 counterfeit N95 masks from China with an estimated retail price of almost $350,000, the agency announced on Thursday.
The U.S. Department of Justice on Friday sued Roger Stone, saying the close ally of former President Donald Trump owes about $2 million in unpaid federal income taxes, according to a court document seen by Reuters.
The Kremlin said on Friday that Russian President Vladimir Putin would decide what counter sanctions to impose on Washington, a day after U.S. President Joe Biden hit Moscow with an array of punitive measures, but gave no indication of timing.
This week, I introduced the High Risk Rural Roads Safety Grant Program Act alongside my colleague Rep. Tim O’Halleran (D-AZ). As co-chair of the bipartisan Congressional Road Safety Caucus, I am proud to be an original cosponsor of bipartisan, common sense solutions such as this bill.
Facebook Inc’s independent oversight board said on Friday it had extended the timeline for deciding whether to uphold former U.S. President Donald Trump’s indefinite suspension from Facebook and Instagram.
Conservative House of Representatives Republicans plan to form an “America First” caucus to promote the policies of ex-President Donald Trump and said on Friday the group would soon release a policy platform.
Iran has begun 60% uranium enrichment at its Natanz plant, the country’s nuclear chief said on Friday, days after an explosion at the site that Tehran blamed on Israel.
Las Vegas police are investigating the discovery of human remains at a home in northwest Las Vegas.
President Joe Biden faced increased pressure on Friday to stem gun violence amid a rash of mass shootings across the United States, but he faces an uphill battle to significantly change the country’s permissive firearms laws.
The House of Representatives will vote Tuesday on whether to make Washington, D.C., a State.
Pressure Forces Biden to Reverse Plan for More Refugees
President Joe Biden on Friday condemned a deadly shooting at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis and again called for the passage of gun-control laws in Congress.
Democratic lawmakers introduced legislation to ban the sale and possession of firearm suppressors, known as silencers.
Just Say Something is holding an online, Honey Baked Ham Fundraiser now through Easter, Sunday, April 4, 2021.
President Joe Biden will order the nation’s refugee cap to remain at the historically low level set by former President Donald Trump’s administration, The New York Times reported Friday.
The number of Nevadans fully vaccinated against COVID-19 that later tested positive for the disease has almost doubled.
A major west Las Vegas intersection was closed Friday morning as police investigated a fatal car crash that may have been the result of a medical episode.
In hindsight, the 15 days to slow the spread and the 30—it didn’t work,”
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Human smugglers advertised illegal border crossing services to migrants looking to enter the U.S. on Facebook, the Tech Transparency Project reported Friday.
The Chicago police union defended the officer who shot and killed a 13-year-old boy late last month after the city released body cam footage of the incident.
The shooting of eight employees at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis on Thursday is evidence of an epidemic of gun violence in the United States and underscores the need for urgent congressional action on gun safety measures, the White House said on Friday.
U.S. homebuilding rebounded more than expected in March, but soaring lumber prices amid supply constraints could limit builders’ capacity to boost production and ease a shortage of homes that is threatening to slow housing market momentum.
Bearden Mayor Ginger Bailey says the “Boil Order” has been lifted and water customers can go back to life as usual.