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Pro-Trump crowd in Illinois opposes Trump-bashing ‘Coronavirus Death Scoreboard’

A fiery pro-Trump crowd gathered in a northern Chicago suburb Friday after an anti-Trump display critical of the president’s handling of the coronavirus was placed at a busy intersection in the downtown area.”We were only anticipating 15 people coming,” organizer Peter C., a Northbrook, Ill., high school student, told Fox News. “We got a lot more than…

Oregon woman disputes Wells Fargo claim she’s dead: ‘It’s not funny’

Judy Cashner admits being mildly amused when her “estate” received a letter from her bank claiming she had died.But when she and her husband couldn’t refinance their home to help pay for a new septic tank, that’s when the laughs ended, she said.“My income was not available because I was deceased,” Cashner, 76, of Lincoln…

NYPD should stop making traffic stops, attorney general says

The New York Police Department should stop arresting people for minor offenses during traffic stops to avoid incidents like the fatal 2019 police-involved shooting of a motorist, the state’s attorney general said, according to a report.The report prepared by AG Letitia James’ Special Investigations and Prosecutions Unit said the NYPD should move away from non-criminal traffic stops since they can escalate into violent confrontations.The recommendation…

Herschel Walker accuses Democrats of denouncing violence ‘yet you don’t really mean it’

Democratic political leaders have given token statements denouncing violence and rioting in cities across America, but have failed to take meaningful action, former NFL running back Herschel Walker told “The Story” Friday night.”It’s not [a] peaceful [protest] when they say you have got to disperse,” Walker told host Jon Scott in response to reports of a…

Women’s March co-founder Tamika Mallory says Kentucky attorney general Daniel Cameron no different than ‘sell-out Negroes’

An activist who co-founded the Women’s March excoriated Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron on Friday for his office’s handling of the Breonna Taylor case, calling him “no different than the sell-out Negroes that sold our people into slavery.”Tamika Mallory stood alongside lawyers for Taylor’s family during a news conference in Louisville to demand Cameron release transcripts from the grand…

Officer involved in Breonna Taylor shooting to file lawsuits against people calling him a ‘murderer’

Louisville Metro Police Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly, who was not indicted this week in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor, will file civil lawsuits against individuals who allegedly called him a “murderer.”Attorney Todd McMurtry told Fox News in a statement Friday that Mattingly is suing people he alleges “slandered him by calling him a ‘murderer.’”Mattingly was one of multiple officers who…

One farmer finds answer to ESL students’ virtual learning struggles

BUCKEYE, Az. — Virtual classrooms are the new normal for many students, but for non-native speaking English students, trying to get good grades can be challenging in the best of times.As classes turn virtual due to COVID-19, some students are being left behind.Valeria Gonzalez, 11, told Fox News that her school in Buckeye, Az., doesn’t…

San Francisco neighborhood sees 100% increase in burglaries during pandemic

San Francisco is seeing a sharp uptick in burglaries, according to police data, but in some neighborhoods the number of break-ins reported doubled since last year.The city’s Park District had a 100% jump in burglaries from Jan. 1 through Sept. 20 compared to the same time period last year. The area experienced 373 break-ins this year, more than…

Atlanta exotic dancers star in ‘Get your booty to the poll’ voting ad

Democrats promote in-person votingUniversity of Maryland professor, Jason Nichols, and member of President Trump’s 2020 advisory council, Bruce LeVell, weigh in on ‘Outnumbered Overtime.’A group of exotic dancers in Atlanta starred in a new voting ad that encourages citizens to “get your booty to the poll.”The public service announcement opens with a rotating cast of…

Louisville officer who criticized Black Lives Matter and Antifa in email relieved of command, to retire

A Louisville police officer who criticized Black Lives Matter activists and Antifa supporters in an email last month was relieved of her command and will retire, officials said Friday.Maj. Bridget Hallahan, 47, sent an email in August saying members of both groups will be “the ones washing our cars” and “cashing us out at the Walmart.” In response,…

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