California deputies find loaded pipe bomb, homemade gun at elementary school

A pipe bomb and zip gun loaded with a 12-gauge shotgun shell were discovered in front of an elementary school Tuesday morning just as children were about to arrive, according to the county sheriff’s office. An employee at Sacramento’s Ethel I. Baker Elementary School discovered two devices on the sidewalk in front of the school […]

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Netflix’s college admissions scandal documentary debuts first trailer

Netflix is giving subscribers an inside look at the college admissions scandal. In 2019, the nation was rocked by a scandal involving wealthy parents — including actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin — allegedly paying bribes to secure their children’s admission to elite universities across America.  The scandal and investigation, dubbed Operation Varsity Blues, is set to […]

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2021 Big South Conference men’s basketball tournament: Matchups, players to know & more

The 2021 Big South Conference men’s basketball tournament will determine which team gets an automatic bid to the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. Ten of the conference’s 11 teams made the league tournament. The tournament started Feb. 27 and will run through March 7. Charleston Southern would have been the 11th team in the tournament but will […]

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DeSantis: ‘Flawed assumptions’ led some states to send COVID-positive patients to nursing homes

“Flawed assumptions” about overcrowded hospitals led states like New York to order coronavirus-postive patients into nursing homes during the early days of the pandemic, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis told “Life, Liberty, & Levin.” “We looked at the data that we had from other parts of the world as we were getting into March, and we saw that this was a virus that […]

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Second accuser comes forward against embattled Gov. Cuomo

A second former aide to Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has come forward with allegations of sexual harassment, which came just days after his first accuser made her claims public.  Charlotte Bennett, who is described by The New York Times as “an executive assistant and health policy adviser in the Cuomo administration until she […]

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Mike Huckabee: Britney Spears case – she makes headlines but guardianship abuse too often ignored

What do a megastar singer, Britney Spears, and an elderly Alabama philanthropist, Joann Bashinsky, have in common? A whole lot more than you think.  As we learned from the recent hit documentary about Britney Spears’ ongoing conservatorship battle to regain control of her life, abuse of this legal mechanism is a national epidemic in need […]

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Ohio’s GOP Senate hopeful Josh Mandel blasts cancel culture, takes aim at ‘radical elitist’ Silicon Valley

Former Ohio State Treasurer and GOP senate hopeful Josh Mandel blasted the “left-wing” media and called cancel culture and social media censorship “enormous” problems.  In an interview with Fox News, Mandel, a Marine Corps and Iraq War veteran who took to the stage at this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), slammed the media as a […]

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Virginia man arrested twice for DUI in less than nine hours

A Virginia man was arrested twice in less than nine hours for driving under the influence, authorities said. Travis Baker, 38, was first busted just before midnight Tuesday when he allegedly sideswiped another car in Stafford County, authorities said. The Stafford County Sheriff’s Office said a deputy found a controlled substance in Baker’s pocket during […]

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Hikers in Hawaii could have to pay for their own rescue if they ignore signs

Hikers who don’t follow trail signs in Hawaii could face more than just danger to their lives — they could also be required to pay for their own rescue.  Hawaiian lawmakers are considering a bill that could require hikers to reimburse local rescue teams if they had to be saved because they left marked trails, […]

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