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It was the political equivalent of a new Taylor Swift album dropping in the night: At 8 a.m. on May 15, with no advance warning, President Biden challenged former president Donald Trump to a debate.
Joe Biden is probably going to lose this election. Many of us realize that already, I suspect, but grief is a process.
A 'Zuckbucks' group hosted a webinar advising election offices on how to take advantage of Biden's federal election interference.
Trump is an expert at selling an appearance and Biden can't sell reality
And so President Biden has agreed to debate Donald Trump. Not only is this decision perilous (though necessary), but the conditions agreed upon for the first debate are foolish and reflect an inexcusable misunderstanding of both candidates.
With a week in which Robert F. Kennedy Jr. declared that a doctor had found a dead worm in his brain, which he then topped off with an abortion flip-flop, he is neither endearing himself with voters or his running mate.
Friday on the RealClearPolitics radio show, Tom Bevan, Carl Cannon, and RCP White House correspondent Phil Wegmann discuss the Democratic Party's problem with working-class voters and the latest squabbling in Congress, plus controversies involving Kansas City Chiefs Kicker Harrison Butker and professional golfer Scottie Scheffler.
May brings more bad economic news for hard-pressed American households.
Higher education institutions may come to regret considering Israel Divestment proposals for their endowments.
I graduated from Yale University in 1974. As a first-generation American, the child of Holocaust survivors, and among the first women admitted to this incredible school, it is hard to adequately express how grateful I was for this opportunity. I have enjoyed returning to campus frequently over the years, including watching two of my own children graduate from Yale.
U.S. diplomacy remains the key to regional stability.
Lenin and Leninism remain a vivid reminder of the murderous inhumanity of ideological abstractions and revolutionary movements.
Biden and Trump have committed to two debates. Can we make sure they don't just yell at each other?
The local hero isn’t out of it heading into the final round of the PGA Championship in Louisville, Ky.
A suspect has been detained, Kennesaw State University said.
It was less than an hour before the first game she would ever play in New York City, this one in Brooklyn at Barclays Center, and young girls squealed for her to sign their No. 22 jerseys, their posters, their magazines, their anything and everything. Caitlin Clark, chewing gum and smiling, made her way down...
Suzi Siegel said “there was not one cell in my body that was surprised” by the video.
Owen Prior told a local news outlet he's caught hundreds of sharks, including a 14-foot hammerhead.
Bowser will attend the conference, which is held at Wynn Las Vegas, along with 14 other elected officials and staff members.
DALLAS — P.J. Washington Jr. made two free throws before an intentional miss with 2.5 seconds left, lifting the Dallas Mavericks to a 117-116 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Saturday night and into the Western Conference finals for the second time in three seasons. Washington was fouled by Shai Gilgeous-Alexander on a 3-point...
"You hear Americans coming like the thunder."
It could be Obi’s Revenge.
”Migration is a dynamic phenomenon, and people are going to adjust and find the circumstances where they have the best chance to reach the United States.”
When the Liberty’s offense clicked last season, 3-pointers were at the crux of that success.
Mounsef Bakrar's helped lift NYCFC to a 2-1 win on Saturday night and pulled them even in the Eastern Conference standings with the Red Bulls.
The dispatcher also asked me if I would consider defending myself … if I had a weapon or considered getting one.”
In September 2014, the "Modern Family" actress filed for a temporary restraining order against Prokop after alleging he choked and threatened her.
The month of June is shaping up to be a potential nightmare for President Biden with his re-election, his legacy and Hunter Biden’s freedom all on the line over the course of a month-long gantlet.
Oleksandr Usyk defeated Tyson Fury by split decision on Sunday to become the first undisputed heavyweight boxing champion in 24 years.
A 5-year-old boy was killed after he ran out into a Queens street and was struck by a vehicle, according to police.
Sunday’s final round of the PGA Championship will resemble a horse race, with so many big-name contender within two shots of the lead.
Two brave fighters share their successes in a new documentary film.
Carlos Correa has had it with the missed calls by MLB's umpires, and thinks this change should be considered.
David DePape was found guilty of attempted kidnapping of a U.S. official and assault on a family member of a U.S. official last November.
Biden travels to Georgia ahead of Morehouse commencement address; Anchovies behind surge of sea lions in San Francisco
Here's how and when to watch Game 7 of the New York Knicks vs. Indiana Pacers NBA Playoffs series today.
Most of the more than 35,000 workers at Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, home of the company's first theme park, already have unions.
Susann Sills' body was found at the bottom of the staircase of her family's San Clemente, California home. What led up to her death?
The announcement escalates a divide within Israel's leadership.
Alice Stewart was also a veteran political adviser who worked on a number of GOP presidential campaigns.
San Francisco's famed Fisherman's Wharf is seeing an unusually large number sea lions that local officials say is the largest herd of the sea mammals the area has seen in 15 years. The massive herd is snacking on an overabundance of anchovies. Kenny Choi explains.
The former New York mayor was served after his 80th birthday celebration as he was walking to the car, a political adviser said.
Eight TikTok influencers have filed a lawsuit against the U.S. government in an effort to block enactment of a law passed and signed last month that requires TikTok be sold by China-based owner Byte Dance by January, or face a possible nationwide ban. Scott MacFarlane has more.
Workers at two Mercedes Benz plants in Alabama this week voted against joining the United Auto Workers union. The movement to unionize saw opposition, not just from the company, but also Republican Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey. Michael George has more.
The violence across the devastated Palestinian territory is widening, with the northern Jabalia refugee camp seeing some of its fiercest fighting in months between Israeli forces and Hamas militants. The Israeli military said Saturday it has recovered the remains of a fourth hostage, this after the bodies of three hostages were recovered on Friday. Imtiaz Tyab has more from Tel Aviv.
President Biden on Saturday made his second trip of the year to Georgia as he attempts to shore up support in the battleground state. On Sunday, he will deliver the commencement address at Morehouse College. Former President Donald Trump campaigned in Minnesota Friday, before traveling to Texas to address members of the National Rifle Association. Nikole Killion has the latest.
The sponsorships do not violate the WNBA's salary cap because the Las Vegas authority did not orchestrate it with the club.
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Weekend News" with Weijia Jiang.
Seize the Grey crossed the finish line first in the Preakness Stakes on Saturday, ending Mystik Dan's Triple Crown bid.
Dali, the cargo ship that crashed into the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore before its collapse, is set to be refloated Monday after nine weeks of salvage efforts requiring the use of giant floating cranes​ and explosives​.
In California, we learn how the site of past environmental disasters could be a key to America’s clean energy future. Then in Florida, we explore restoration efforts to reverse years of devastation in the Everglades. Watch these stories and more on Eye on America with host Michelle Miller.
It comes just two days after the Houthis shot down another U.S. military MQ-9 Reaper drone.
Columbus Deputy Chief Gregory Bodker told reporters that officers arrived to find a "very chaotic scene."
Trucks carrying desperately needed aid are rolling across a newly U.S. built pier into Gaza; Chef Salil Mehta introduces diners to Malaysian food after eatery earns Michelin star
According to local media, the violence began last week following a clash between Kyrgyz people and foreigners in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.
Amtrak Train 281 was traveling from New York City to Niagara Falls.
French police are hunting for armed robbers who hit a jewelry store on one of Paris' poshest streets.
The latest disaster came on the heels of devastating floods that killed at least 70 people in April.
Maryam Kamalmaz told the Associated Press that eight senior U.S. officials revealed earlier this month that they have specific and highly credible intelligence about the presumed death of her father, Majd.
Severe storm in Houston, Texas kills at least seven people and caused power outages that could last for weeks. Also, North Korea launched short range ballistic missiles toward the sea of Japan. All that and all that matters in today’s Eye Opener.
From his fashion studio on the Welsh coast, Imtayaz Qassim creates some of the most distinctive outfits worn by the world's most famous boxers
Join Norah O'Donnell for a rare, private tour inside St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City, the largest church in the world. Watch Sunday's 60 Minutes for a wide-ranging conversation with Pope Francis and tune in Monday, May 20, for a Primetime special, "Pope Francis: The First", on CBS.
The activists from the German-based group Last Generation, which has carried out similar protests in the past, were protesting flying, the most polluting form of transportation.
Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico, 59, was attacked as he greeted supporters following a government meeting Wednesday in the former coal mining town of Handlova.
A group of former military trauma surgeons are calling for first responders to carry whole blood on rescue vehicles to help save bleeding patients. NBC News' Cynthia McFadden reports on the small number of communities already seeing life-saving results.
The National Rifle Association is supporting former President Donald Trump, an expected endorsement as the Republican nominee urged gun owners to vote in 2024.
PHOENIX — Arizona’s Democratic Attorney General Kris Mayes on Friday announced that Rudy Giuliani had been served with the notice of his indictment in connection with an alleged conspiracy to overturn the 2020 election results in Arizona.
Dark horse Seize the Grey galloped to a Preakness Stakes victory in Baltimore on Saturday, denying Mystik Dan a place in history and delivering another garland of black-eyed Susans to legendary trainer D. Wayne Lukas.
The city of Houston on Saturday opened new distribution centers to give out water as thousands of customers remained without power following severe storms blamed in the deaths of seven people in the region.
DEIR AL-BALAH, Gaza Strip — Benny Gantz, a member of Israel’s three-man war Cabinet, has threatened to resign from the government if it doesn’t adopt a new plan for the war in Gaza, a move that would leave Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu more reliant on his far-right allies.
Ongoing lawsuits against J&J allege that its talc-based baby powder caused ovarian cancer. A new study lends credence to the claims.
Zac Brown filed a lawsuit against his estranged wife Friday demanding she take down an Instagram post, arguing what she put online has tarnished his public image.
2024 is looking golden so far for Simone Biles.
Four minors were allegedly found working at an Alabama slaughterhouse run by the same firm found responsible for the death of a Mississippi 16-year-old in 2023.
When Republicans in Alabama enacted a law earlier this year to protect in vitro fertilization following a court decision that halted the treatment in the deeply conservative state, they pitched it as a temporary fix.
Watch live coverage as President Biden delivers remarks at the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
A Missouri judge ruled that a former "honorary" member of the Ku Klux Klan can remain on the state's Republican primary ballot for governor.
The cheers were endless Saturday in the PGA Championship, and when another record day of scoring finally ended at vulnerable Valhalla, so were the possibilities.
Six people died and 10 others were injured when a pickup truck veered into oncoming traffic and hit a passenger van filled with people in Idaho Falls, Idaho, on Saturday morning.
2024 is looking golden so far for Simone Biles.
Alice Stewart, a CNN political commentator and veteran political adviser who worked on a number of GOP presidential campaigns, has died at age 58, the news network reported Saturday.
Oleksandr Usyk defeated Tyson Fury by split decision to become the first undisputed heavyweight boxing champion in 24 years.
The National Rifle Association is supporting former President Donald Trump, an expected endorsement as the Republican nominee urged gun owners to vote in 2024.
Dark horse Seize the Grey galloped to a Preakness Stakes victory in Baltimore on Saturday, denying Mystik Dan a place in history and delivering another garland of black-eyed Susans to legendary trainer D. Wayne Lukas.
The English Premier League title will be on the line for two clubs, Manchester City and Arsenal, based on Sunday’s final matches of the season.
More than 30 years after an elderly woman was stabbed to death inside her Lehigh Valley home, an arrest has been made in her murder.
A convicted sex offender tried to fake his own death to avoid registering, an Arizona sheriff said this week.
CAIRO/JERUSALEM — Israeli troops and tanks pushed on Saturday into parts of a congested northern Gaza Strip district that they had previously skirted in the more than seven-month-old war, killing and wounding dozens of Palestinians, medics and residents said.
Los Angeles County public health officials are investigating a reported case of hepatitis A in an employee at a Whole Foods supermarket in Beverly Hills.
The whistleblowers argued the case should be dismissed because their disclosures are legally protected.
The university is suspending five students and placing over 20 of them on probation for participating in an anti-Israel encampment.
In New York, TEFAF is tepid, but the American Art Fair delights.
The Chicago Teachers Union wants to use its new contract to ensure its place atop the city’s politics.
But he and his faux special counsel might yet find a solution.
Biden’s offer, timing, and criteria smack more of a losing candidacy than a winning one.
A volatile back-and-forth contest between liberals and populists has marked the nation’s politics over the past decade-plus. Is a more stable future possible?
Ming-Tung ‘Mike’ Lee’s abrupt retirement was announced a day after he was placed on administrative leave.
Earlier this week, Trump and Biden agreed to participate in two presidential debates on June 27 and September 10.
‘No one should come between a woman and her doctor,’ Hogan wrote on X, saying that he is in favor of ‘restoring Roe v. Wade as the law of the land.’
A hit job on Justice Alito’s wife not only misses the mark, it misrepresents the justice’s record.
DePape admitted to breaking into the family’s home and said he intended to kidnap Nancy Pelosi and hold her hostage.
The WHO agreement would encourage the censorship of alleged ‘misinformation’ and ‘disinformation,’ Republicans Jim Jordan and Thomas Massie say.
Blinken parrots Neil Young’s schizoid politics.
Jamaal Bowman brought his troubles on himself.
Harvard’s task force found that ‘antisemitism was a major issue on campus’ and it ‘offered several recommendations on how to combat the problem.’
The wild card is Robert Costello, Cohen’s former lawyer.
‘A police officer instructed Scheffler to stop, but Scheffler continued to drive about 10 to 20 yards toward the entrance,’ according to an ESPN report
The White House claimed Biden has a ‘longstanding commitment to protecting the integrity, effectiveness, and independence of the Department of Justice.’
How John Trumbull drew inspiration from the third president for his most famous work, while finding himself enmeshed in his romantic life.
Alice Stewart, a veteran CNN commentator and a political adviser who has worked on many Republican campaigns, is dead at 58, the network announced Saturday. Her body was found outdoors in a neighborhood in northern Virginia on Saturday, law enforcement told the outlet. Officers said no foul play occurred and said her death was likely...
Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.) in an address before Israel's Parliament Sunday is expected to denounce President Biden's pause on weapons supply to the country, as it continues its military operation against Hamas in the Gaza Strip. Her remarks before the Knesset come after the Biden administration cautioned Israel not to invade Rafah, a city in...
Former President Trump urged National Rifle Association (NRA) members to “be rebellious and vote” for him in the 2024 election, after accepting the endorsement from the gun rights advocacy group. Trump pledged to thousands of attendees at NRA’s convention in Dallas that he will “stand strong for your rights and liberties," claiming the Second Amendment...
President Biden during a campaign reception in Atlanta urged his supporters to stand up against former President Trump, as the two party front-runners head toward a rematch in November. Biden in remarks Saturday at Mary Mac's Tea Room, argued that Trump is only "running for revenge." "Folks, Trump isn't running to lead America. He's running...
Timothy Parlatore, former President Trump’s ex-attorney, weighed in on the appearance of several political figures at the former president's hush money trial in New York City. Parlatore signaled that the visit from high-profile Republicans — including lawmakers and some on Trump's running mate shortlist — and their matching attire could send the wrong message to...
Israeli politician Benny Gantz demanded an overhaul of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's post-conflict vision for Gaza Saturday, threatening to step down from the war cabinet if his concerns were not addressed. Gantz, seen as a chief rival of Netanyahu, demanded the government provide an updated six-point plan by June 8. His request could further divide...
At least three cities in Illinois are offering to pay people thousands of dollars to move there. Under certain conditions, of course.
Zoo Atlanta is preparing to send its giant pandas back to China, following suit with other states, the zoo confirmed Friday in a press release. “With the 2024 expiration of Zoo Atlanta’s giant panda agreement with China, preliminary plans are underway for Lun Lun, Yang Yang, Ya Lun, and Xi Lun to travel to China...
Former President Trump criticized President Biden's handling of inflation in a late-night social media rant, joking that he is blaming his "economic disaster" on the shrinking size of Snickers Bars.  In back-to-back Truth Social posts late Friday night, Trump went after Biden, his likely general rival, for suggesting “corporate greed” is largely responsible for prices...
President Biden and former President Trump agreed to take the debate stage later this year. as the two prepare for a rematch in November. As the 2024 election inches closer, the decision to go one-on-one will likely be a focus of this week's Sunday shows circuit. Biden requested two debates earlier this week and Trump...
The Biden administration finalized a rule cracking down on retirement advice last month that one Democrat and Republicans are already pushing to overturn. Here’s what you need to know about the Retirement Security Rule: How the rule works The rule, finalized last month by the Labor Department, requires investment advisers to provide “prudent, loyal,...
The latest attack by Yemen's Houthi rebels in the Red Sea struck a Greek-owned and operated oil tanker with a ballistic missile early Saturday, according to U.S. officials.  The Iranian-backed group hit the oil tanker Wind at around 1 a.m. local time, with one anti-ship ballistic missile (ASBM). Wind, a Panamanian-flagged ship, was most recently...
The man accused of attempting to assassinate Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico has been ordered to remain behind bars, officials said. The Specialized Criminal Court in Slovakia ordered the suspect to be detained after prosecutors said they were worried he could flee the country or carry out other crimes if he was free. He could...
Unlike the rigid alliances of the Cold War, multi-alignment involves a strategic flexibility that empowers nations to navigate the complexities of a multipolar world.
Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.) brought the question of Supreme Court ethics back to light after Justice Samuel Alito was criticized earlier this week for an upside-down American flag allegedly flying outside of his Virginia home in 2021. “None of them have clean hands, none of them have clean hands,” Nadler said during an appearance Saturday...
Former President Donald Trump addressed NRA members for the ninth time Saturday, and he stressed that it is time for "a great restoration of American freedom." The post Donald Trump During 9th NRA Speech: Time for ‘Great Restoration of American Freedom’ appeared first on Breitbart.
Former President Donald Trump will speak at the 153rd NRA Annual Meeting in Dallas, Texas, on Saturday, May 18. The post Watch Live: Donald Trump Speaks at NRA Annual Meeting appeared first on Breitbart.
It wasn't the most enthusiastic invite of all time, but White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre says that Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker's invite to the White House is still open despite the backlash over his defense of the Christian faith at a commencement address last weekend. The post ‘Everyone on the Team Is Invited’: Karine Jean-Pierre Addresses White House Invite Status for Chiefs’ Harrison Butker appeared first on Breitbart.
Supporters of former President Donald Trump gathered together in the Bronx on Saturday to show their support for the former president ahead of his upcoming visit to the city. The post Trump Supporters Gather in the Bronx Ahead of Trump Visit appeared first on Breitbart.
The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) announced that the body of one of the hostages taken by Hamas on October 7, 2023, had been recovered during an operation in Gaza. The post IDF Confirms Body of Israeli Hostage Recovered in Gaza appeared first on Breitbart.
South Carolina veteran Bill Young said on Breitbart News Saturday that South Carolinians should give Rep. Nancy Mace the "pink slip" to restore order to the House. The post Exclusive — South Carolina Republican Bill Young: Give Nancy Mace a ‘Pink Slip’ to Restore Order to the House appeared first on Breitbart.
"Reading things on paper and hearing things are two very different things," Rep. Kelly Armstrong (R-ND), a House Judiciary Committee member who is running for governor, said during an appearance on Breitbart News Saturday, discussing President Biden's use of executive privilege to block the release of the audio of his interview with special counsel Robert Hur. The post Exclusive — Rep. Kelly Armstrong Blasts Biden’s Use of Executive Privilege to Hide Audio appeared first on Breitbart.
Republicans are "absolutely" advocating to challenge Joe Biden's use of executive privilege, Rep. Kelly Armstrong told Breitbart News. The post Exclusive — Rep. Kelly Armstrong: Republicans ‘Absolutely’ Advocating to Challenge Biden’s Executive Privilege appeared first on Breitbart.
CNN political commentator and Republican political adviser Alice Stewart died at the age of 58, CNN revealed on Saturday. The post CNN Political Commentator, Republican Adviser Alice Stewart Dead at 58 appeared first on Breitbart.
New York City has had nearly 22,000 reported shoplifting incidents since the beginning of the year, up five percent from the same period in 2023. The post Report: Nearly 22,000 Shoplifting Incidents Logged in NYC Since 2024 Began appeared first on Breitbart.
A Southern California church is leading a mission to baptize 30,000 people on Sunday in regional events around the state. The post California Church to Baptize 30,000 People Around the State in One Day appeared first on Breitbart.
A number of prominent Catholics, including the local bishop, have come out in support of Kansas City Chiefs star kicker Harrison Butker, who has been vilified for his overtly Catholic commencement address at Benedictine College. The post Kansas City Bishop Lauds Harrison Butker’s ‘Passion for His Catholic Faith’ appeared first on Breitbart.
On Friday’s “CNN Newsroom,” Moody’s Analytics Chief Economist Mark Zandi stated that people in the top third of the income distribution are doing quite well, but those in the middle are “okay” and the bottom third face “very, very difficult, The post Moody’s Chief Economist: Only Top Third of Income Distribution Doing Well, Rest Are Just ‘Okay’ or in Trouble appeared first on Breitbart.
Apple is offering a settlement of up to $349 to United States residents who experienced audio problems with their iPhone 7 or 7 Plus between September 16, 2016, and January 3, 2023.  The post Check if You Are Eligible to Receive Payment as Part of Apple’s $35 Million iPhone Settlement appeared first on Breitbart.
A University of Massachusetts Dartmouth billionaire commencement speaker surprisingly gifted $1,000 to each graduate. The post Billionaire Robert Hale Jr. Gifts University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Graduates $1,000 Each appeared first on Breitbart.
Joe Biden is giving billions to China’s economy, while cutting Medicare for seniors and killing American jobs. The post Joe Biden’s ‘Made in China’ Inflation Reduction Act Gives Billions to China, Cuts Medicare, Kills American Jobs appeared first on Breitbart.
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) — Oleksandr Usyk has defeated Tyson Fury by a split decision to become the first undisputed heavyweight boxing champion in 24 years. The post Oleksandr Usyk Beats Tyson Fury by Split Decision to Become the Undisputed Heavyweight Champion appeared first on Breitbart.
The French postal service has issued a scratch-and-sniff stamp that highlights the beautiful aroma of the country's beloved baguette. The post PHOTO: French Post Office Reveals Scratch-and-Sniff Stamp to Celebrate the Baguette appeared first on Breitbart.
Turkey has entered “advanced negotiations” with Chinese electric vehicle (EV) giants BYD and Chery to establish factories in Turkey. The post Chinese Electric Vehicle Giants Seek to Build Factories in Turkey appeared first on Breitbart.
The recently released 2016 video footage showing Sean "Diddy" Combs brutally beating his then-girlfriend Cassie Ventura has provoked shock and outrage -- from Combs' fellow celebrities as well as the general public and even some politicians. The post Celebrities, Politicians React to ‘Monster’ Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs Following Release of 2016 Cassie Ventura Assault Footage appeared first on Breitbart.
Legendary filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola isn't optimistic about the state of politics in the United States. The post Francis Ford Coppola Warns American Politics Nearing Point ‘Where We Might Lose Our Republic’ appeared first on Breitbart.
Renowned filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola praised the cast of his new movie "Megalopolis" during a press conference on Friday at the Cannes Film Festival, defending his casting decisions that include Oscar-winner Jon Voight, who is an outspoken Trump supporter. The post ‘Megalopolis’ Director Francis Ford Coppola on Jon Voight: ‘Our Wonderful Cast’ Reflects ‘All Sorts of Political Ideas’ appeared first on Breitbart.
The Subway sandwich shop featured in the Jussie Smollett hate hoax case was robbed by two gunmen who took money from the cash register as well as three customers before fleeing on foot, according to reports. The post Chicago Subway Sandwich Shop in Jussie Smollett Hate Hoax Case Robbed by Gunmen appeared first on Breitbart.
NEW YORK (AP) — A man wanted in connection with the random attack on actor Steve Buscemi on a New York City street earlier this month was arrested on an assault charge Friday, police said. The post Man Charged in Random Assault on Actor Steve Buscemi in New York appeared first on Breitbart.
At least six establishment media outlets fact checked President Joe Biden's repeated false claim that inflation was nine percent when he "came into office." The post Multiple Establishment Media Outlets Fact Check Biden’s Repeated False Inflation Claim appeared first on Breitbart.
During an appearance on Fox News Channel's "Hannity," Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) highlighted how the national media have seemingly downplayed President Joe Biden's association with the late Sen. Robert Byrd (D-WV). The post Tim Scott: ‘National Media Goes Dark’ on Joe Biden’s Association with Racist, KKK Member appeared first on Breitbart.
Former President Donald Trump believes he can win Virginia, State Sen. John McGuire (R-VA), who is running for Rep. Bob Good's (R-VA) congressional seat, said during an appearance on Breitbart News Saturday, noting that Trump is the "soul of the Republican Party." The post Exclusive — State Sen. John McGuire: ‘President Trump Is the Soul of the Republican Party’ appeared first on Breitbart.
Michigan Democrats are reportedly demanding an investigation into three Republican U.S. Senate candidates regarding alleged forgery. The post Report: Michigan Democrats Demand Investigation into GOP U.S. Senate Candidates for Alleged ‘Forgery’ appeared first on Breitbart.
Top Russian diplomat accuses Western countries of being led by "gopniks" -- violent petty criminals -- as well as fashionistas. The post Russia Accuses U.S. of ‘Playing With Fire’ in Ukraine, Warns of Proxy War appeared first on Breitbart.
Poland is investing about $2.5 billion to step up security and deterrence on its border with Russia and its ally Belarus. The post Poland to Invest $2.5 Billion to Build Up Border Fortifications with Russia and Belarus appeared first on Breitbart.
Deputy PM Robert Kaliňák laid the blame for the assassination attempt against Robert Fico at the feet of the media for stoking division. The post Slovak Deputy PM Blames Media for Fico Assassination Attempt as Shooter Reportedly Confesses to Police appeared first on Breitbart.
(AP) — French security forces reported another death Saturday in armed clashes in the French Pacific territory of New Caledonia, the sixth fatality in a nearly a week of violent unrest scorching the archipelago whose indigenous population has long sought The post Sixth Death Recorded During Anti-Colonial Uprising in French Territory of New Caledonia appeared first on Breitbart.
Jake Tapper is set to co-host a presidential debate on June 27, an event that is likely to produce fireworks between him and Donald Trump. The post 11 Times CNN’s Debate Host Jake Tapper Attacked Donald Trump with Nasty Claims appeared first on Breitbart.
On Friday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “America Reports,” economist, President of Queens’ College, Allianz Chief Economic Adviser, and former Obama Global Development Council Chair Dr. Mohamed El-Erian said that it will be “very hard” to get inflation from The post Fmr. Obama Econ. Adviser El-Erian: Regulation, Spending Helped Create Inflationary Environment appeared first on Breitbart.
Some Democrats and their allies in the establishment media appear panicked that polling trends show President Joe Biden bleeding support from key demographics just six months away from Election Day. The post Positive Polling for Trump Grips Biden Allies with Panic appeared first on Breitbart.
On Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” host Bill Maher reacted to President Joe Biden and 2024 Republican presidential candidate former President Donald Trump agreeing to two presidential debates by stating that the agreement to have the debates shows that The post Maher: Biden Would Have Avoided Debates if He Was Winning, Trump Wouldn’t Avoid Them appeared first on Breitbart.
On Friday’s “CNN News Central,” Rep. Jared Moskowitz (D-FL) stated that President Joe Biden’s threat to withhold certain weapons from Israel took pressure off Hamas and in doing so made it less likely to get a ceasefire deal, which makes The post Moskowitz: Biden Threatening Israel Makes It Harder to Get More Aid Into Gaza appeared first on Breitbart.
Munich airport temporarily closed as six climate activists broke through security and glued themselves to access routes leading to runways. The post Climate Crazies Glue Themselves to Munich Airport Runway appeared first on Breitbart.
While speaking at the Minnesota Republican Party's annual Lincoln Reagan Dinner on Friday evening, former President Donald Trump blasted Bidenomics, rising inflation, and the high cost of groceries. The post Trump: Biden ‘Has Made It Impossible’ for Americans to Buy Cars, Homes appeared first on Breitbart.
Sen. J.D. Vance (R-OH), who is rumored to be in contention for former President Donald Trump's running mate, joined Donald Trump Jr. on his Triggered podcast for an interview Thursday. The post WATCH: JD Vance Takes Center Stage in Veepstakes as Interview with Don Jr. Goes Viral appeared first on Breitbart.
Former Trump administration communications director Anthony Scaramucci said Friday on CNN's "The Lead" that "all" of former President Donald Trump's relationships end in "darkness." The post Scaramucci: All of Trump’s Relationships End in ‘Darkness’ appeared first on Breitbart.
A staffer for Speaker of the House Mike Johnson (R-LA) has reportedly resigned after complaints about his behavior, according to several sources. The post Johnson Staffer Abruptly Resigns After Complaints About Performance appeared first on Breitbart.
The Job Creators Network's (JCN) latest Times Square billboard calls out President Joe Biden and his administration's false and misleading statements about inflation being nine percent when he took office. The post Job Creators Network Hammers Biden’s Bogus Inflation Numbers With Massive Times Square Billboard appeared first on Breitbart.
CNN commentator Van Jones said Friday on "The Situation Room" that Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) is a disgraceful "clown" while discussing several verbal scuffles at Thursday's House Oversight Committee hearing. The post Van Jones: Marjorie Taylor Greene Is a Disgraceful ‘Clown’ appeared first on Breitbart.
President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris stated that people should not be jailed for using or possessing marijuana, despite Harris having a record of overseeing almost 2,000 convictions for marijuana-related offenses. The post Joe Biden, Kamala Harris Support No Jail Time for Pot Usage, Despite Harris Jailing Almost 2,000 People for Marijuana Offenses appeared first on Breitbart.
A divisive mobilization law in Ukraine came into force Saturday, as Kyiv struggles to boost troop numbers amid the Russian offensive. The post Ukraine’s Controversial Military Mobilization Law Comes Into Effect Amid Russian Advances appeared first on Breitbart.
Donald Trump is a homophobe, sexist, and racist declared far-left Mayor of London Sadiq Khan while urging his party to "call him out". The post London Mayor Khan Says Trump Is Homophobic, Racist, and Sexist, Demands Labour Party ‘Call Him Out’ appeared first on Breitbart.
China’s largest-ever military drills with Cambodia on Thursday included a showcase performance by the literal dogs of war — a squad of robot dogs with automatic rifles mounted on their backs. The post China Showcases ‘Dogs of War’ Battle Robots in Cambodia Military Drills appeared first on Breitbart.
Alice Stewart, a veteran GOP adviser and CNN political commentator, has died. She was 58.Stewart's body was found outdoors in the northern Virginia neighborhood of Bellevue on Saturday morning, according to law enforcement officials. Police said no foul play was suspected in her death and that Stewart likely suffered a medical emergency.Just hours before her death, Stewart appeared on CNN's "The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer" on Friday evening.
Elon Musk demanded the prosecution of Dr. Anthony Fauci after a National Institutes of Health official confessed that U.S. taxpayer funds were used for risky gain-of-function research in Wuhan, China. The alarming admission by the top NIH bureaucrat directly contradicts sworn testimony that Fauci made when questioned by Congress. On Thursday, acting NIH Director and current Principal Deputy Director Dr. Lawrence Tabak was questioned during a hearing by the Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic. T
Disturbing video has surfaced of entertainment mogul Sean "Diddy" Combs brutally assaulting his former girlfriend at a California hotel in 2016. The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office has issued a statement on the physical assault and declared that the rapper will not be prosecuted. The troubling footage obtained and released by CNN shows Diddy grab, shove, drag, and kick his then-girlfriend, Cassie Ventura, at the now-closed InterContinental Hotel in Century City, Los Angeles. CNN verified the
A former Arkansas teacher has been sentenced to more than a decade in federal prison for taking a student out of state to engage in illegal sexual acts. On Wednesday, United States District Judge Lee P. Rudofsky sentenced Heather Hare to 13 years in federal prison for transporting a minor across state lines for the purpose of unlawful sexual activity. Hare had faced a maximum sentence of no less than 10 years in federal prison and up to life imprisonment.Hare was also sentenced to serve a lifetime of supe
Actor Chris Pratt has finally broken his silence after learning about the death of his stunt double Tony McFarr. The stunt double reportedly passed away at his home outside Orlando, Florida, on May 13. The family still does not know the specific cause of death, according to the New York Post.'He'll be missed.'Pratt shared a statement on Instagram Stories, writing: "Devastated to hear about the loss of my friend and former stunt double Tony McFarr. We did several movies together. We golfed, drank whiskey, s
The Superalignment team at OpenAI, tasked with coming up with ways to govern and direct "superintelligent" AI systems, was previously promised 20% of the company's compute resources, but that never manifested. This resulted in the team not being able to sufficiently complete their job, according to Tech Crunch.As a result, several team members, including co-lead Jan Leike, have decided to resign from their posts. Leike was a former DeepMind researcher who helped develop ChatGPT, GPT-4, and ChatGPT's predec
The former diversity program manager for Nike and Facebook who stole more than $5 million from large companies to support her luxury lifestyle has been sentenced to five years in prison, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Northern District of Georgia. Barbara Furlow-Smiles, 38, set up false business deals, invoices, and events—including a Juneteenth celebration—to pad her own pockets.U.S. Attorney Ryan Buchanan said: "Furlow-Smiles shamelessly violated her position of trust as a DEI execut
Country music artist Zac Brown has filed a lawsuit against his estranged wife after she shared an Instagram post that he claims has damaged his reputation, according to the New York Post.Though it is unclear which of the 33-year-old model Kelly Yazdi's Instagram posts Brown is referring to, he has insisted that it violated a confidentiality agreement she had signed with him. Now, the country artist wants a judge to block her from making false, harmful, or defamatory statements, according to a second report
A senior at a Tennessee high school apparently thought it was a good idea to hurl his diploma at another student as he was being escorted out of the graduation ceremony for throwing up gang signs, according to the New York Post. As a result, an on-stage fight ensued. Hamilton High School was in the middle of celebrating the graduation of its seniors inside the Cannon Center in Memphis, Tennessee, on Thursday night when the fight broke out. Footage of the dispute has been shared across social media.WREG rep
Nellie Bowles, a former journalist for the New York Times, has recently warned that the mainstream liberal media is playing an important role in pushing along a progressive agenda, according to Fox News Digital.In her new book, "Morning After the Revolution," Bowles delves into topics she could not cover while at the New York Times. Some of these issues include cancel culture, transgender procedures for youth, and the origins of the pandemic.Bowles appeared on "America's Newsroom" on Wednesday, saying that
President Joe Biden marked "International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia" in a statement on Friday, a move that comes after his "Transgender Day of Visibility" proclamation earlier this year. He is likely to issue a Pride Month proclamation soon as well because so far during his White House tenure, Biden has issued a statement each year for all three LGBT-related occasions.'It is our shared moral responsibility to fight back against homophobia, biphobia, and transphobia, just as we must f
GOP Sen. Mitt Romney of Utah told MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle that he finds it "unimaginable" that there is "a growing isolationism" in the Republican Party.Romney, who said the U.S. and its economy are connected with the rest of the globe, suggested that Germany would have ended up running the world if America held an isolationist view in the past.'America is putting ourselves first when we're involved in the world, when we stop bad people.'The senator, who is not seeking re-election this year, said that he l
Former Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, who just won the Republican U.S. Senate primary in the state, has said that he supports a policy of "restoring Roe v. Wade as the law of the land.""As governor, I protected the rights of Maryland women to make their own reproductive health decisions. I will do the same in the Senate by restoring Roe v. Wade as the law of the land. No one should come between a woman and her doctor," Hogan said in a tweet. — (@) 'I am excited to launch Democ
The House Committee on Oversight and Accountability descended into chaos on Thursday as lawmakers traded jabs.Democratic Sen. John Fetterman of Pennsylvania quipped in a post on X, "In the past, I’ve described the U.S. House as The Jerry Springer Show. Today, I'm apologizing to The Jerry Springer Show."Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez responded to Fetterman's comments, tweeting, "I understand you likely would not have stood up for your colleague and seem to be confused about racism and misogyny b
Surveillance video captured the moment a thug tried to ambush a couple that was walking their dog in New York City but ended up getting stabbed in the head when they fought back. The New York Police Department said the alleged assailant followed the couple and their dog at about 2:45 p.m. on Thursday near 49th and Broadway in Queens before he attacked them. The NYPD said the 37-year-old suspect was transported to the Elmhurst Hospital for treatment over the numerous stab wounds. Video of the daylight
Video game company Activision Blizzard allegedly pushes employees to participate in diversity, equity, and inclusion programs and installs diversity officers to ensure DEI compliance for each video game.Former Blizzard designer Mark Kern posted an allegedly leaked internal document that showed the studio — which develops popular titles like World of Warcraft and Call of Duty — has been pushing its extensive DEI work on its employees.'Together, we will build a future that embraces diversity, fosters inc
Police are investigating the discovery of a video camera pointed at the toilet in a public bathroom at a clinic in California. A worker at the Joint Chiropractic on the McBean Parkway in Valencia found the camera taped in a cabinet in the bathroom and reported it to the front desk. The worker spoke to KTLA-TV but didn't want to be identified publicly. 'They were definitely aiming to record people using the bathroom, people’s private parts.' “I kind of freaked out, like what is this?” she said
A home intruder was stabbed to death after he allegedly shot a Florida man's wife in the face, according to police. The harrowing incident unfolded on Thursday at about 8:30 p.m. at a home on Joe Hilton Street in Avon Park, according to the Highlands County Sheriff's Dept. Police said they responded to reports of a suspicious incident at the home and found two victims, both 69 years of age, with what they described as serious injuries. 'I would like to commend the male victim for his bravery and
When Jase Anderson was a young buck, he once ran into a little bit of trouble. When he befriended a girl who had a boyfriend, he thought they were just friends — but she thought differently. Then, the boyfriend caught wind of it. “She asked me to come over for the Bible study, and next thing you know, I’m dragged and whooped over basically my faith because I was there for a Bible study,” Jase explains, adding, “But the good news is he came to the Lord a couple weeks later. The girl, she got
Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker, 28, gave a commencement speech last weekend at Benedictine College wherein he dared to articulate beliefs anchored in the millenniums-old moral teachings of the Catholic Church, now codified in the Catechism and followed by millions of Americans nationwide. The three-time Super Bowl champ drew the ire of radicals in the liberal media and political establishment for doing so — for echoing the late Pope John Paul II in noting that "abortion, IVF, surrogac
In five years, we will be slaves to artificial intelligence.How do you argue with something that's considered smarter than all humans on earth? You can't. That's what we will have to contend with as AI technology progresses. In the end, a massive solar flare may be God freeing us from our new superintelligent overseer — because what’s going to stop it? You won’t be able to stop it. ChatGPT just came out with its latest model, GPT-4o, which OpenAI is calling, “Omni.” This technology is so advanced
Cowards, feminists, and leftists love to talk about “gun violence.” They avoid uttering a disparaging word about the Crips, the Bloods, the Gangster Disciples, the Vice Lords, or any of the other fatherless lunatics who turn neighborhoods into shooting galleries. A gun has never pulled a trigger. It’s safe to demonize and publicly criticize guns. They’re harmless.On the other hand, a ton of statistical evidence shows boys and men raised in broken homes are 10 or 20 times more likely to get involved
After infiltrating UCLA's pro-Palestinian encampment, comedian Leo Dottavio said that the majority of participants were uninformed white women who were looking for their next "midweek adventure" and mostly just hanging out. Dottavio has traveled the across the United States visiting liberal colleges, towns, and even Appalachia. He and fellow YouTuber/comic Danny Mullen often search out protests surrounding topical news stories and find themselves quickly getting into trouble when they question the offici
The Canadian government and media have colluded in a mass anti-Christian hate hoax that resulted in the burning of more than 80 churches. In any other circumstance, this vicious display of religious persecution would be held up as a horrendous violation of human rights, but you will not hear a single word from the many charities and watchdog organizations dedicated to monitoring such abuses. This pogrom against Christian churches was instigated by a wide range of Canadian elites, including Prime Minister J
This week, King Charles III's first royal portrait as king was unveiled in a ceremony at Buckingham Palace. Jonathan Yeo, son of conservative politician Tim Yeo, painted the oil-on-canvas work. Immediately, online observers were struck by the hellishness of the image.The portrait depicts Charles clad in red formal military garb against an abstract field of the same color. Yeo's circular, churning brushstrokes make the background and foreground appear to melt into one another. In the deeper, historical Angl
Former U.S. Capitol Police Officer Harry Dunn won the confidence of establishment Democrats by dutifully bolstering their preferred Jan. 6 narrative, even though it diverged greatly from reality. He tried to replicate that success Tuesday in the Maryland House primary but reality caught up with him. Dunn ran in Maryland's 3rd Congressional District — where he is not a resident — against over 20 other Democrats. Although the so- called "hero" managed to edge out relative unknowns who had not simi
Throughout history, when food production is radically changed or when agriculture is disrupted, the results are catastrophic.Europe has been doing this ever since the Paris Climate Agreement in 2015. The United States would be exactly where Europe is now, but Donald Trump disrupted the entire shift. Today, European farmers are so fed up that they are spraying government buildings with manure in protest.Biden’s Build Back Better has not only wreaked havoc on most families across America, but it has also e
Aimee Harris moved into the former residence of Ashley Biden in Delray Beach, Florida, in 2020. Just as Hunter Biden abandoned a laptop containing damning information at a Delaware computer repair shop, Ashley Biden had left behind a diary containing troubling allegations that implicated then-presidential candidate Joe Biden in possible abuse. After finding the diary, Harris worked in concert with Robert Kurlander to sell the document, ultimately, to Project Veritas. Kurlander and Harris pleaded guilty
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) will not live in the pod, and he will not eat the bugs. In fact, he will make sure no one in Florida ever does — even if they want to.Last week, the governor signed SB 1084, making Florida the first U.S. state to ban “lab-grown meat” for consumers. Despite a fresh federal seal of approval for the chicken variety of cultivated meat, DeSantis has taken it upon himself to remove the consumer’s choice for these meat alternatives in the name of combating the “globalists
I went on two dates with a man, months apart, so they were really like two first dates. In between, we texted throughout, and I actively stalked his social media while fantasizing about a whole life with him because he’s so interesting and similar to me. The second date lasted an entire afternoon and evening, at the end of which we went our separate ways. It has been a month since then, with no follow-up. We’re both adults, so I feel childish for wasting so much time and energy daydreaming about him. H
The litigation is the latest in a long line of complaints against a dysfunctional elections commission and its embattled administrator.
Former NIH Director Francis Collins admits there was no 'science or evidence' to support social distancing the government used censorship to push.
Here’s the latest information you need to know about each prosecution Democrats are waging against the Republican presidential candidate.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott frees Daniel Perry one year after Perry was convicted and sentenced to 25 years in prison for an act of self-defense.
Cohen's testimony on cross unraveled his claims about Trump's motivations, a phone call he previously alleged, and his collusion with Bragg.
While there is much states can do to protect their elections from alien interference, many of those responsibilities reside with Congress.
In the Covid soap opera, the lockdowners, the 'follow the science' preachers, took years from our lives on a foundation of bad science.
Bipartisan cooperation under Speaker Johnson will drown Congress in the same problems that have plagued the GOP-led Texas Legislature.
TikTok influencers have become modern pitchmen, which may not be good for their followers but is definitely good for their own bottom line.
A 'Zuckbucks' group hosted a webinar advising election offices on how to take advantage of President Biden's federal intervention in state election administration.
As a young, college-educated woman, I wish someone had given me Harrison Butker's message on womanhood years ago.
In today's romance novels, the leading male character can't be a normal, grounded, masculine man. He's either emasculated or demonized.
As avian flu is making headlines, fears that 'they’re coming for your chickens' are being realized.
In corporate America today, there’s a permission structure in place to attack, defame, and destroy anyone who dares to be publicly Christian.
A judge ordered that a 2022 Texas judicial election must be redone after finding more than a thousand illegal ballots were cast.
Becerra’s confession comes mere weeks after HHS finalized a rule forcing federally-funded health providers to offer transgender mutilation.
The CNN host who has spent years peddling leftist narratives about Trump is moderating the first presidential debate between Trump and Biden.
There is no legal reason to withhold the audio, only a political one.
The Air Force's chief diversity officer issued a memo informing service members that the branch recognizes June as 'LGBTQ+ Pride Month 2024.'
After taunting Trump for being confined to a Manhattan courtroom, Biden is now fundraising off the lawfare circus.
Syria has publicly denied holding Americans in captivity.
The measures reflect the growing strain that more than two years of war with Russia has had on Ukraine’s forces.
Russia’s weeklong offensive in northeastern Ukraine is setting alarm bells ringing in Kyiv as President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and his generals rush to shore up their defenses.
After 73 years and a long fight with the U.S. Army, a Korean War veteran from Minnesota who was wounded in combat was set to finally get his Purple Heart medal.
The program provides a tuition waiver and an annual stipend to spouses and children of veterans who are killed, missing in action, taken prisoner or at least 90% permanently disabled as a result of military service or combat.
Trucks carrying badly needed aid for the Gaza Strip rolled across a newly built U.S. pier and into the besieged enclave for the first time as Israeli restrictions on border crossings and heavy fighting hindered the delivery of food and other supplies.
The provision comes as policies and laws about marijuana are being relaxed around the country, including a move by the federal government this week to ease restrictions on marijuana use.
The military connection and the attendance and participation by Air Force officials made the service for Roger Fortson an event without any recent precedent.
As service members struggle with both housing availability and child care access, a bipartisan pair of lawmakers thinks they have a solution: Why not put them in the same building?
Early estimates indicate up to 2,000 gallons of oil may have spilled into surrounding waters when a barge carrying fuel broke free from a tugboat and slammed into a bridge near Galveston, Texas, the U.S. Coast Guard said.
A look at 1.5 million emergency room visits in the military health system shows that, in addition to racial bias, disparities exist in treatment and outcomes for various ranks.
Yemen's Houthi rebels claimed to have shot down an American drone, hours after footage circulated online of what appeared to be the wreckage of an MQ-9 Reaper drone.
The Self-Protect High-Energy Laser Demonstrator, or SHiELD, was envisioned as a laser weapon mounted on fighter jets such as the F-22 Raptor and F-35 Lightning II that would neutralize incoming missiles.
North Korea fired suspected short-range ballistic missiles off its east coast on Friday, South Korea’s military said, a day after South Korea and the U.S. flew powerful fighter jets in a joint drill that the North views as a major security threat.
A funeral will be held Friday for a Black U.S. Air Force senior airman who was shot and killed in his Florida home by a sheriff's deputy, a day after the decorated military member's mother vowed during an emotional news conference to get justice for her son.
U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin III will deliver the keynote speech during the 2024 U.S. Naval Academy graduation and commissioning ceremony, the academy announced.
In 2022, turnover within the DoD child care sector ranged from 34% at Marine Corps child care facilities to 50% turnover within Army facilities, the report said.
The officials who briefed reporters on the report's results pointed to command climate as a significant factor in the prevalence of sexual assaults.
After a fleetwide Osprey stand-down, the Navy continues to rely on its remaining C-2 Greyhound squadron — 15 planes based at Naval Station Norfolk — to fill in the gaps for cargo and personnel deliveries to aircraft carriers across the globe.
The departure of USS Ronald Reagan — one of America’s largest warships and a nuclear-powered Nimitz-class aircraft carrier — comes at a time of growing tension in the face of increasingly assertive China in the Indo-Pacific.
Air Force, Marine Corps and Navy V-22 Ospreys were all given the green light to fly again in early March and have been slowly taking to the skies following a tragic crash that killed eight airmen late last year in Japan.
In an opening keynote address, U.S. Army Pacific Commander Gen. Charles Flynn gave a somber warning.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced the pardon just a few minutes after the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles announced that it unanimously recommended that Daniel Perry be pardoned and have his firerams rights restored.
Family members of a Navy veteran who died after a police officer pressed a knee to his neck for nearly five minutes have settled with the Northern California city of Antioch for $7.5 million.
Robert Card, an Army reservist with a history of mental health troubles, committed the deadliest shooting in Maine history, opening fire with an assault rifle inside a bowling alley and a bar and grill in Lewiston in October.
Debate over the bill, rushed to the House floor by GOP leadership this week, showed Washington's deeply fractured outlook on the Israel-Hamas war.
Russian President Vladimir Putin thanked Chinese leader Xi Jinping for his effort to resolve the Ukraine conflict at a Beijing summit.
A Florida deputy's fatal shooting of a U.S. service member has jarred the former top enlisted officer of the Air Force.
Russian authorities arrested Staff Sgt. Gordon Black, 34, in Vladivostok, a port city in the country, earlier this month and charged him with theft. Black traveled from South Korea to China and finally Russia, where he remains in custody.
In its draft National Defense Authorization Act, or NDAA, released this week, the House Armed Services Committee calls on the Pentagon to deliver a report to the committee by March 2025 that examines the "complexities" of contracting out barracks management to private companies.
The annual climb is a tradition for first-year students at the Naval Academy. Together, the plebes scale the monument, typically covered in vegetable shortening, and replace the Dixie cup with an upperclassman's hat at the top.
It's the first arms shipment to Israel to be revealed since the administration put another arms transfer, consisting of 3,500 bombs of up to 2,000 pounds each, on hold this month.
Two electrical blackouts on the Dali freighter sent members of its crew and the pilots on board scrambling to control the vessel as it approached the Francis Scott Key Bridge in the early morning hours of March 26.
The Air Force on Wednesday announced six bases selected to house new Air Task Forces -- an experimental reorganization aimed at changing the way airmen train ahead of deployments as geopolitical conflicts and tensions rise in the Pacific, Middle East and Europe.
The Army has eliminated a significant part of its online training for enlisted troops -- a learning program that has drawn the ire of the rank and file for years -- and in effect revamped how it handles enlisted promotions.
After years of a shortage of noncommissioned officers in the Army Reserve, the service component may finally be gaining ground on its leadership deficit.
In a policy step to ease pressure on Cuba, the Biden administration removed the communist island from the roster of countries “not cooperating fully” with anti-terrorist efforts, a list the U.S. State Department issues every year.
SpaceX plans to launch 90 rockets into space from a Santa Barbara County military base by 2026, tripling the number of blasts rocking the coastal community — and raising concerns from neighbors and environmental groups about the effects on marine life.
Capt. John Robertson, an instructor pilot from the 80th Operations Support Squadron at Sheppard Air Force Base, was injured Monday "when the ejection seat of the T-6A Texan II aircraft he was in activated during ground operations," the base said in a statement. He died from his injuries early Tuesday morning.
On April 30, three combined littoral reconnaissance teams made up of roughly 30 U.S. and Philippine Marines each, flown by Army Chinooks and Black Hawk helicopters, departed a naval base off the northern coast of the mainland to insert into the remote islands.
The ATACMS long-range ballistic missiles were destroyed over the Black Sea, the ministry said. The U.S. included the Army Tactical Missile System, known as ATACMS, in a military aid package in March.
The move is part of ongoing personnel changes aimed at recruiting and retention.
More than 74,000 people on Whidbey Island could face long-term health impacts from the U.S. Navy jet noise that's blasted over residents several days a week for over a decade, new research shows.
Faced with other more pressing developments in Ukraine and Gaza, the Biden administration has largely kept the threat of North Korea's nuclear program on the back burner.
A second senior Russian Defense Ministry official was arrested on bribery charges, officials said, days after President Vladimir Putin replaced the defense minister in a Cabinet shake-up that fueled expectations of more purges at the ministry.
A lawyer representing U.S. military families suing over a 2021 jet fuel leak into a Navy drinking water system in Hawaii asked a judge Monday to award plaintiffs a range of about $225,000 to about $1.25 million each in damages.
Though sports had been part of the recovery process for Nigeria’s wounded soldiers, military officials said the Invictus Games offers them a better chance, especially in dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Jack Teixeira, of North Dighton, Massachusetts, is facing three charges in the military justice system: one alleging he failed to obey a lawful order and two counts of obstructing justice.
A Boston man has been arrested for allegedly aiming a laser at a Coast Guard helicopter that was trying to land at Massachusetts General Hospital, according to the feds.
First Lt. Zachary Galli died in an incident related to a fall, one source with direct knowledge of the situation told
Professor Nana Sato-Rossberg at the University of London has lost a novel claim of racial discrimination against her superior, Provost…
We are now exactly one month from the release of my new book, The Indispensable Right: Free Speech in an…
Below is my column in on the approaching end of the Trump trial in Manhattan. With the dramatic implosion…
Sonoma State University President Mike Lee has been suspended after sending out an email yielding to the demands of pro-Palestinian…
Below is my column in USA Today on the effort to impeach President Joe Biden over his freezing of arms…
Below is a slightly expanded version of my column in the New York Post on the first day of cross…
Below is my column in the New York Post on the first day of the examination of Michael Cohen. He…
Below is an expanded version of my New York Post column on the appearance of Michael Cohen Monday in the…
Below is my column on the completion of the testimony of Stormy Daniels and the start of the testimony of…
For those of us who have criticized the cancel culture in higher education for years, the attacks and shunning have…
The firm of former Clinton campaign general counsel Marc Elias has lost another election case in a spectacular fashion. The…
We have been following universities as they cave to protester demands from elaborate settlement deals at Northwestern to the cancelation…
“I gave up shame years ago.” Those words from actor John Lithgow appear to have been taken to heart by…
There has been much talk about the decision of Judge Juan Merchan not to recuse himself from the Trump trial…
Fox is reporting that Michael Cohen was back on TikTok last night using the Trump trial to troll for dollars.…
While pundits, politicians and the press have long expressed outrage over attacks on judges by former President Donald Trump, many…
I am happy to announce the publication of my latest law review article, which appears in 65 William & Mary…
The University of Washington became the latest scene of Antifa violence this week with an attack on a conservative reporter…
Below is my New York Post column on the unseemly scene in the courtroom of Judge Juan Merchan as prosecutors…
Woody Allen once said that “80 percent of success is showing up.” Yesterday, Columbia University established its academic corollary: 80 percent…
For years, I have written about the analogy of what is happening on our campuses to the French Revolution, including…
Below is my column in The Hill on the expected appearance of Michael Cohen in the Manhattan trial of former…
The backlash over the settlement of Northwestern University with pro-Palestinian protesters continues to mount. In a letter acquired by The Daily…
Dartmouth, history Professor Annelise Orleck this week became the latest academic arrested in the pro-Palestinian protests unfolding on campuses across…
The Trump short list for vice presidential candidates is reportedly down to Ohio Senator, J.D. Vance, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio,…
In recent years, there has been much discussion of the claims of “trauma” by students caused by court rulings and…
Now this could truly be educational. Students protesting on our campuses have been offered free scholarships at Shiraz University in…
A poll from  the American Press Institute and The Associated Press-NORC Center has found that a majority of Americans are…
When Robert Mueller appointed Andrew Weissmann as one of his top advisers, many of us warned that it was a…
Northwestern University has agreed to a controversial settlement with pro-Palestinian protesters encamped on its campus this week, including a commitment…
There has been a notable shift toward more and more extreme rhetoric in the media from predicting that democracy will…
Washingtonian Magazine has included me among the most influential persons on public policy … and made public a terrible secret…
Below is my column in The Hill on the first week of testimony in the Trump trial. It is making…
Nina Jankowicz  is back . . . with a vengeance. The former head of the infamous “Disinformation Governance Board” within…
Last night, I had the pleasure of attending the White House Correspondents’ Dinner at the Washington Hilton. This dinner was…
A student leader at Columbia is under fire this week over a newly-resurfaced video declaring that “Zionists don’t deserve to…
The University of Southern California (USC) is under fire this week after announcing that it had a solution to the possible…
Below is my column in the New York Post on yesterday’s oral arguments on presidential immunity. As expected, with the…
I will confess that there are at times a level of contempt expressed in my columns. However, today will be…
Below is an expanded version of my column in the New York Post on the start of the Trump trial…
Yesterday, Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) had a much covered interaction with CNN’s Manu Raju who asked him about Trump’s criminal…
Professor Shai Davidai, an assistant professor at Columbia Business School, was reportedly denied access to the main campus on Friday…
Below is my column in The Hill on the man who lit himself on fire outside of the New York…
The London police are under fire this week for threatening to arrest a man wearing a kippah near a pro-Palestinian…
We have often discussed how cities and universities will use the threat of protests to block or shutdown free speech,…
A year ago, Stanford University was embroiled in controversy after federal appellate Judge Kyle Duncan was shouted down by law…
Drs. Ragda Izar and Afaf Moustafa caused a controversy recently at UCLA medical school after publicly rationalizing the self-immolation in…
Cornell Professor Randy O. Wayne has filed a criminal complaint against Monica Cornejo, an assistant professor of interpersonal communication, for…
President Joe Biden has been long accused of false stories that have ranged from an invented arrest with Nelson Mandela to a zombie-like…
It appears that National Public Radio has solved the problem of the intolerance for opposing views, detailed in an article…
Majd Kamalmaz disappeared in Syria in early 2017. American officials recently disclosed to his family that they had intelligence indicating that he was dead.
Even in the president’s favorite political stomping ground, his standing has slipped with Democrats who will be vital to a repeat victory, interviews with nearly two dozen Black voters showed.
The talks were the first since Iran attacked Israel last month in retaliation for its killing of an Iranian general.
The former president’s criminal trial has underscored what he values: loyalty, beauty, press coverage and using allies as bullies.
Addressing the annual meeting of the National Rifle Association, former President Donald J. Trump on Saturday promised to roll back the Biden administration’s gun-control measures if elected.
She had appeared onscreen as a conservative commentator since the 2016 presidential race. A political strategist, she had worked for Republican presidential candidates.
The president, who is trailing key states in recent polling, tried to cast the election as a struggle for democracy itself.
The New York congresswoman will become the highest-ranking House Republican to speak before Israel’s Parliament since the Oct. 7 attacks, in a move meant to capitalize on Democratic divisions.
After Mercedes workers voted against joining the United Automobile Workers, the union will have less momentum as it campaigns to organize Southern factories.
In a speech to the state’s Republican Party, the former president said “I know we won” there in 2020. But it has been 52 years since a G.O.P. presidential candidate carried Minnesota.
The former president, who has sought to make some political appearances around New York as he stands criminal trial, is set to speak at an event next Thursday at Crotona Park.
An enduring group of voters prioritizes abortion over all other issues.
News of a popular “Stop the Steal” symbol on the justice’s front lawn led jurists and politicians to express concerns about coming court decisions.
American officials say they do not want U.S. weapons used in cross-border attacks or intelligence reports used to strike inside Russia.
The election, fiercely opposed by the state’s political leaders, was seen as a test of the United Automobile Workers’ ability to unionize factories in the South.
When Justice Samuel Alito and Senator Bob Menendez landed in hot water, they looked for a scapegoat close to home. Inside their homes, in fact.
The president is trying to increase his support among Black Americans, some of whom are angry over the war in Gaza. Others feel disengaged altogether. Here are takeaways from events held this week.
Leo Brent Bozell, the son and grandson of influential right-wing figures, shattered a windowpane in the Capitol, pursued a police officer and made his way into the speaker’s office during the pro-Trump riot.
Citing rapid advances by China and Russia, the United States is building an extensive capacity to fight battles in space.
In an after-hours session on Capitol Hill, insults by the right-wing Republican Marjorie Taylor Greene led to a raucous exchange with Democrats, featuring insults about personal appearance, intellect and more.
The president’s move to protect strategic manufacturing sectors from low-cost competition aims to increase jobs, but consumers might not like the costs.
After Mercedes workers voted against joining the United Automobile Workers, the union will have less momentum as it campaigns to organize Southern factories.
Investors in the world’s biggest asset manager are asking how much more room it has to grow and who will drive that growth once its chief executive retires.
A sudden windfall while grieving can be an emotional minefield, particularly for younger adults. Experts share ways to handle it wisely.
Clark’s arrival has many betting on the W.N.B.A.’s success. But certain structural disadvantages persist, including how much the players earn.
An accusation against some A.I. companies that they are using the “open source” label too loosely.
U.S. residents can still gamble on the presidential race — but regulators are trying to stop the practice.
Flexible spending accounts and health savings accounts both have tax benefits, but both may also have drawbacks, two reports found.
Protectionist trade policies are popular on both the left and right. But some economists say they’re likely to backfire.
The auction that was supposed to be an art world coming-out party for NFTs instead exposed the instability at the heart of the crypto world.
The two companies have expressed interest in acquiring the media conglomerate, but are backing away from their $26 billion all-cash offer.
A TikTok movement is calling for followers to block famous people over their stances on the Israel-Hamas war. It began at the Met Gala.
The election, fiercely opposed by the state’s political leaders, was seen as a test of the United Automobile Workers’ ability to unionize factories in the South.
A win for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau removed the existential threat hanging over the agency, but opponents have vowed to keep on fighting.
Controversy over doping and horse deaths has trailed the successful trainer for several years, but deep-pocketed owners have stuck by him.
Signaling growing alarm, policymakers ramped up efforts to stem a continued decline in real estate values.
The island democracy was early to ban TikTok on government phones, and the ruling party refuses to use it. But a U.S.-style ban is not under consideration.
He invented DRAM, the technology that allowed for the faster and higher-capacity memory storage that is the basis for modern computing.
A score of court cases involving the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau can now proceed, but it is still likely to face legal challenges.
Many employees have expressed concern that a new group of six editors called the Backstop will be unnecessary and slow down NPR’s journalism.
The treatment is for patients with small cell lung cancer, which afflicts about 35,000 people in the U.S. a year.
A subsidiary of the Hershey Company pulled the chip from store shelves in September after Harris Wolobah, 14, ate one and died. He suffered cardiopulmonary arrest, a medical examiner found.
Conservative outlets have painted Mr. Cohen as a traitor to the conservative cause, while liberal organizations focused on what he said he did for Donald J. Trump.
A decision against the agency, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, could have cast doubt on all of its regulations and enforcement actions.
Stocks on both sides of the Atlantic set records as investors foresee interest rates moving in one direction: down.
The largest U.S. retailer had robust quarterly results and an upbeat outlook, giving insight into how consumers are weathering high interest rates.
The American tech giant’s platforms, Facebook and Instagram, may “exploit the weaknesses and inexperience of minors,” the European Commission said.
Southern political leaders say a win for the United Automobile Workers would threaten their economies. Activists want to strike a blow against a system they say exploits the poor.
The seven-year run of the hit series, which ends on Thursday, mirrors the story of the television business during that time.
A couple purchased an Arabian Sea voyage, but Vantage, the cruise company, went under. Their travel insurance was supposed to cover financial default, but the claim was repeatedly denied.
According to the New York City Department of Health and many diners with service dogs, the answer is no. But some dog owners can’t part with their pets.
Jewelers are increasingly exploring the technology’s potential to create new worlds in online campaigns.
Construction at the facility was not affected. The Biden administration awarded the company a $6.6 billion grant last month to expand in the United States.
In a matter of hours, two networks outmaneuvered their rivals and landed a coveted pair of Biden-Trump prime-time debates.
The agency’s chair, Martin Gruenberg, has resisted Republicans’ calls to resign, but criticism by his own party raises questions about how long he can hang on.
Football joins pro wrestling and comedy specials in an expansion of the streaming service’s live offerings, a key step in the company’s overall live TV strategy.
Borrowers with commercially held loans will now have until June 30 to take steps to make their loans eligible for elimination.
Investors seized on the latest inflation report as another sign that interest rates could be cut this year, helping push the S&P 500 past its March record.
They may “hate the man,” as one put it, but major business players from coast to coast are increasingly on board for a second term after the first one alienated them.
In their first few weeks of trading, shares of Truth Social’s parent company soared, then crashed, and have recently made a strong recovery. Former President Donald J. Trump’s holding is now worth about $6 billion.
Mr. McCourt, a longtime critic of the way tech companies use data, sees acquiring TikTok as a chance to create an “alternative to the current internet.”
Ilya Sutskever, a co-founder at the artificial intelligence start-up and one of the world’s leading researchers, is out, and Sam Altman’s control looks firmer than ever.
Prices rose 3.4 percent in April from a year earlier, a slight easing from the previous month and a positive sign for the Federal Reserve.
The Consumer Price Index inflation measure accounts for housing costs in a complicated way. There are reasons for it.
NBC’s leaders have been forced to grapple with how to square its cable news network’s embrace of progressive politics with the company’s straight-news operation.
A new program, backed by Cornell Tech, M.I.T. and U.C.L.A., helps prepare lower-income, Latina and Black female computing majors for artificial intelligence careers.
Soaring premiums have become a prominent driver of inflation, and insurers say that more increases could be on the way. How did it get like this?
Automakers in the United States and their supporters welcomed President Biden’s tariffs, saying they would protect domestic manufacturing and jobs from cheap Chinese vehicles.
Responding to a court order, YouTube and its sister company, Google, will block viewers in the region from viewing videos of the song, “Glory to Hong Kong.”
The department said the company had failed to design and enforce a compliance and ethics program to prevent violation of U.S. fraud laws.
The group, whose legal fees are being paid for by the company, said a ban of the app would violate their First Amendment rights.
A scathing report revealed a culture of widespread sexual harassment and discrimination at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Martin Gruenberg will testify on Capitol Hill starting on Wednesday.
Jerome H. Powell, the Federal Reserve chair, said the central bank was poised to leave interest rates on hold after surprisingly stubborn inflation.
The legislation, which funds federal aviation programs for the next five years, cements new passenger protections, adds new routes and lets the T.S.A. continue to expand facial recognition programs. Here’s what you need to know.
The bundle, called StreamSaver, is the latest joint effort from entertainment companies looking to woo price-weary customers.
The seafood chain has been losing money for years. The liquidator behind the auction said more than 50 of its U.S. locations had closed.
The F.A.A. is clashing with workers over efforts to relocate them from New York to Philadelphia. Senator Chuck Schumer has denounced the plan.
The White House has imposed $18 billion in new duties on Chinese imports, but it’s unclear how much that will help his economic agenda.
The island democracy was early to ban TikTok on government phones, and the ruling party refuses to use it. But a U.S.-style ban is not under consideration.
He invented DRAM, the technology that allowed for the faster and higher-capacity memory storage that is the basis for modern computing.
Two voice actors say an A.I. company created clones of their voices without their permission. Now they’re suing. The company denies it did anything wrong.
Google and Samsung used to update smartphone software for only three years. That has changed.
A TikTok movement is calling for followers to block famous people over their stances on the Israel-Hamas war. It began at the Met Gala.
It’s been a week of A.I. vertigo — the feeling that we’ve been dragged five years into the future and aren’t sure what to do about it.
If spiders use their webs like a large external eardrum, researchers reasoned, perhaps spider silk could be the basis for a powerful listening device.
The American tech giant’s platforms, Facebook and Instagram, may “exploit the weaknesses and inexperience of minors,” the European Commission said.
D’Youville University in Buffalo had an A.I. robot speak at its commencement on Saturday. Not everyone was happy about it.
Football joins pro wrestling and comedy specials in an expansion of the streaming service’s live offerings, a key step in the company’s overall live TV strategy.
A new program, backed by Cornell Tech, M.I.T. and U.C.L.A., helps prepare lower-income, Latina and Black female computing majors for artificial intelligence careers.
OpenAI may be changing how the world interacts with language. But inside headquarters, there is a homage to the written word: a library.
Their plan is the culmination of a yearlong listening tour on the dangers of the new technology.
Automakers in the United States and their supporters welcomed President Biden’s tariffs, saying they would protect domestic manufacturing and jobs from cheap Chinese vehicles.
In November, Ilya Sutskever joined three other OpenAI board members to force out Sam Altman, the chief executive, before saying he regretted the move.
Publishers have long worried that artificial intelligence would drive readers away from their sites. They’re about to find out if those fears are warranted.
The tech giant showed off how it would enmesh A.I. more deeply into its products and users’ lives, from search to so-called agents that perform tasks.
New chatbot technology can talk, laugh and sing like a human. What comes next is anyone’s guess.
The actor will star in “Maybe Happy Ending,” an original musical set in a future Seoul. It will begin previews in September.
An investigation identified national security risks posed by a crypto facility in Wyoming. It is near an Air Force base and a data center doing work for the Pentagon.
Chatbots, image generators and voice assistants are gradually merging into a single technology with a conversational voice.
The grant is the latest federal award in a series stemming from the CHIPS and Science Act meant to ramp up domestic production of vital semiconductors.
Advertisers of merchandise for young girls find that adult men can become their unintended audience. In a test ad, convicted sex offenders inquired about a child model.
Declining sales and a cyberattack ignite new worries at spring art auctions.
Richard Slayman received the historic procedure in March. The hospital said it had “no indication” his death was related to the transplant.
Mr. Musk has built a constellation of like-minded heads of state — including Argentina’s Javier Milei and India’s Narendra Modi — to push his own politics and expand his business empire.
Today Luke C is at the High End Defense booth at NRAAM 2024 checking out a brand new magnetically attached red dot mount from High End Defense. This new mount takes your standard iron-sight only pistol and quickly converts it to accept the High End Defense “Fox” mount and red dot. This allows you to […] Read More … The post [NRAAM 2024] A Magnetic Red Dot Mount from High End Defense appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Good afternoon everyone and welcome back to TFB’s Silencer Saturday brought to you by Yankee Hill Machine, manufacturers of the brand new YHM 338 Bad Larry Suppressor. Last week we took a trip back in time to my first suppressor purchase – the 9mm Liberty Mystic. This week we dig in to a bit of […] Read More … The post SILENCER SATURDAY #329: Bring On The Heat – Suppressor Alloy Metallurgy appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
In this episode of TFBTV Showtime, Hop is at the Anderson booth to check out their new Frontline series of AR15s. The Frontline series is based on Anderson’s Defender series of law enforcement rifles, and are available in multiple lengths with M-Lok or quad rail handguards. TFB Official Apparel Sponsor is 5.11 Tactical: To […] Read More … The post [NRAAM 2024] The NEW Anderson Frontline Series AR15s appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Today Luke C.​⁠ is with Matt from Warbird Protection to talk about their line of safety equipment, specifically their soft body armor which Matt has tested himself. Softy body armor is typically capable of stopping most handgun rounds up to and including .44 magnum. As you’ll see in today’s video, just like his dad, Matt […] Read More … The post [NRAAM 2024] Warbird American Made Level IIIA Soft Body Armor appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
In this video, Hop is at NRAAM to check out the new Taurus TX22 TORO. This is a combination of all the best elements of the TX22 lineup, pairing the slide mounted optic of the TX22 Compact with the heavier barrel of the TX22 Comp. And just for good measure it comes with a new […] Read More … The post [NRAAM 2024] The NEW Taurus TX22 TORO is the best one yet appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
As red dot sights and optics-ready slides continue to take over the mainstream, we have seen more and more job-specific red dot optics at increasingly competitive prices. The C&H Precision COMP enters the fold as an affordable large windowed competition-geared optic. Looks and prices are all good and fine but how does she do at […] Read More … The post TFB Review: C&H Precision COMP Red Dot appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
The Glock 17 Gen 5 MOS you see above was my last issued pistol, which I had to give up once I resigned after 15 years with my police department. Of my 21-year career in law enforcement, this was the fourth pistol I was issued, not including my personal Glock 22 I carried on duty […] Read More … The post POTD: Turning In My Issued Pistol- It May Have Been My Last appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
We’re back again with another roundup of fresh firearms-focused podcasts in TFB Podcast Roundup 129. Each week we’re bringing you a new set of podcasts from across the web that cover a wide variety of topics including gunsmithing, hunting, precision shooting, war stories, competition shooting, gun industry news, and much more. In addition, we’re also […] Read More … The post TFB Podcast Roundup 129: The May 17th Roundup appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
The Heritage 92 lever-action series brings back the famous John Browning design with choice of carbine or rifle or even mare's leg configuration. The post New Heritage 92 Lever-Actions: Familiar Cowboy-Style Firepower appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Springfield Armory has been the military arms maker for decades for the United States. The Springfield Armory that we know and love today saw its rebirth back in 1974 making this year their 50th Anniversary. With that being said, Springfield Armory is extremely excited to announce the unveiling of their Limited-Edition M1A 50th Anniversary rifle. […] Read More … The post Springfield Armory Debuts Limited-Edition M1A 50th Anniversary Rifle appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
The Walther PDP Pro-ACRO used to be a pistol that was relegated to law enforcement only, but now it has been released to the public for consumer sales so we all can enjoy this duty-proven pistol. People like to throw around the buzzword “Glock killer” within the firearms industry, and if there ever was such […] Read More … The post NEW Walther PDP Pro-ACRO: LE Proven, Now Available for Civilians appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Barrett Firearms has announced the return of their REC7 DI (Direct Impingement) AR-15 patterned rifle with a nod to Stoner yet touting some modern accoutrements. Barrett states on their website that this rifle has “a nod to Eugene Stoner and his direct impingement design, [and] Barrett is proud to produce the REC7 DI.” Barrett @ […] Read More … The post Barrett Announces the RETURN of the REC7 DI (Direct Impingement) Rifle appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Garmin made some real shockwaves when it introduced the Xero C1 Pro Chronograph. It fits the advanced technology of a radar chronograph into a handy little pocket-sized tool with a simple setup and operation. Let’s see if it lives up to the hype. Chronographs @ TFB: [SHOT 2024] New Caldwell Claymore Solo and Pull-Pup Clay […] Read More … The post TFB Review: Garmin Xero C1 Pro Chronograph appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Defend with Honor – Photo Of The Day and we take a closer look at U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Carson Barrett, 31st Security Forces Squadron security response team leader, as he stands guard during an exercise at Aviano Air Base, Italy, April, 2024. Security Forces personnel are the Air Force’s first line of […] Read More … The post POTD: Defend with Honor appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Welcome back to another edition of Concealed Carry Corner. Last week, we looked at an accessory guide for summer carry guns. If you happened to miss that article, be sure to click the link here to give it a read. This caused a couple of good questions from readers about optimal carrying guns and how […] Read More … The post Concealed Carry Corner: Optimal Versus Realistic Carry Guns appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
The FLUX Raider 365: The Ultimate Concealable 9mm PDW? James Reeves finally has his hands on the NEW FLUX Raider 365, the Raider for the SIG P365 FCU! In 2024, the market is booming with more pistol caliber carbines (PCCs) and chassis systems than ever before. Today, we’re bringing you an in-depth review of one […] Read More … The post NEW Flux Raider 365: Full Review & Accuracy Comparison appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Another American tourist, reportedly a female, is in trouble with police in Turks and Caicos over ammunition in their luggage. The post Another U.S. Tourist Arrested In Turks & Caicos Over Ammo appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
If you are one those bros who wants more powder, more case length, more velocity, more bullet, more everything, than you will be tickled to hear about some more news coming out of Springfield Armory. They have announced that they are now producing new long-action cartridges in their Model 2020 Waypoint bolt-action rifle series. Springfield Armory @ TFB […] Read More … The post Springfield Armory Model 2020 Waypoint in NEW Long-Action Cartridges appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Today I’ve brought on Eric and Jordan from Meprolight to talk a little bit about their company’s history not just here in the US, but where they started back in Israel. Like the US, Israel has a lot of domestically produced firearms, optics, and ordnance which they sometimes export to other countries. Meprolight along with […] Read More … The post TFB Behind The Gun Podcast #116: A Crash Course in Meprolight History with Eric and Jordan appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Some lovely and clean images of the FN Minimi in action by NATO enhanced Forward Presence Battle Group Lithuania, perfect for TFB’s Photo Of The Day. You see both the 5.56x45mm and 7.62x51mm NATO versions, and even with blanks in the belt. Here’s the caption, to understand the context: Guns ’N Poses: Looking for reliable […] Read More … The post POTD: FN Minimi in NATO’s Battle Group Lithuania appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Welcome back to Wheelgun Wednesday, our weekly article series where we cover everything related to revolvers. Today’s topic is a look at one of the candidates for the title of “World’s Largest Revolver”: the M.R. New System Arms Cucciolo. Wheelgun Wednesday @ TFB: Wheelgun Wednesday: NAA “The Green Huntsman” .22 Magnum Wheelgun Wednesday: Charter Arms Professional […] Read More … The post Wheelgun Wednesday: M.R. New System Arms Cucciolo – The World’s Larges
Heckler & Koch Is (finally) offering a “clone” of the United States Marine Corps M27 IAR. The new MR27 is based on the familiar MR556 but with added features from the USMC version. Let’s take a look. Heckler & Koch @ TFB: POTD: Sniper With Heckler & Koch HK M110A1 SDMR & MP7 A2 Heckler […] Read More … The post Heckler and Koch Rolls Out Limited Edition MR27 Tribute Gun appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
The Ruger-built Marlin 1895 Trapper is now available with a Magpul stock and forend that make it more useful and comfortable to shoot. The post Behold The Marlin 1895 Trapper with New Magpul Stock appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
In part 1 of this article, I wrote about the early history of Zastava AKs: M64 and M64A. Right now, the only place where you can find a real M64 is the Zastava Arms Museum in Serbia. In this article we’ll talk about the first mass-produced Zastava AKs, the M70. AK History @ TFB: AKs from […] Read More … The post Zastava AKs, Part 2. M70 – The First Mass-Produced Yugoslavian Kalashnikov appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Photo Of The Day where we have U.S. Green Berets and Georgian special operations forces soldiers, as they line up to assault a simulated high-value target safe house during exercise Trojan Footprint 2024, March 2024, near Tianeti, Georgia. NATO partners are an integral part of Alliance success that is critical to the Alliance’s ability to […] Read More … The post POTD: High-Value Target Safe House Raid – Green Berets & Georgian SF appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Beretta has just added threaded barrels as a separate option for the new 80X Cheetah line of pistols. Beretta announced the updated Cheetah models at SHOT Show 2023 to include a railed dust cover, optics-ready slide, and an updated trigger. However, the threaded barrel option has arrived only 14 months after the official launch. Beretta […] Read More … The post NEW Threaded Barrel For Beretta 80X Cheetah Pistols appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Vortex Optics has updated the venerable Viper HD scope family. The new generation merges features from hunting and tactical optics to create a scope that can work for most things. Let’s see what Vortex has packed into the new Vipers. Vortex Optics @ TFB: TFB Behind The Gun Podcast #101: Well-Rounded Training from Vortex Edge […] Read More … The post Vortex Optics Releases New Viper HD Scopes appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
New additions to the Fiocchi Hyperperformance Hunt lineup will offer bear-busting firepower for your revolver or semi-auto. The post New For 2024: Fiocchi Hyperperformance Hunt Ammunition For Handguns appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Since 1996 Jaki Ltd. of Finland have been manufacturing suppressors. The company was founded by Jussi and Aki Nyyssönen, and they initially began by designing and crafting suppressors for their own personal competitive firearms. With time, almost four decades, the company and the products have evolved. To my knowledge, Jaki’s products cannot be found in […] Read More … The post TFB Review: The Finnish Jaki 22LR Suppressor appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Top of the morning and welcome to our Photo Of The Day! TFB recently wrote about the New CZ BREN 2 Ms – NATO Limited Edition, an article that got quite a lot of attention. But there was one photo that wasn’t included for some reason, and it’s the one above with the BREN 2 […] Read More … The post POTD: Special NATO Edition: CZ BREN 2 Ms appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Hello and welcome back to another edition of The Rimfire Report! This ongoing series is all about the rimfire firearm world and all of the types of guns, ammo, and history you can imagine surrounding it! Last week we talked about the odd and often ill-remembered Intratec TEC-22 pistol. A lot of you shared that your […] Read More … The post The Rimfire Report: The Fondly Remembered Winchester 250 Lever Action appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Welcome to TFB Weekly Web Deals 89! We’re back with more deals on guns, gear, ammunition, and accessories from some of our most frequented online retailers like Primary Arms, Natchez Shooters Supply, Palmetto State Armory, Brownells, and more. Whether you’re looking for deals on new or used guns, ammo to add to your reserves, or […] Read More … The post TFB Weekly Web Deals 89: Deals for May 13th, 2024 appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Good afternoon everyone and welcome back to TFB’s Silencer Saturday brought to you by Yankee Hill Machine, manufacturers of the brand new YHM 338 Bad Larry Suppressor. Last week we Ran through all the available YHM mounting solutions. This week we go back in time to take a look at my first suppressor – a […] Read More … The post SILENCER SATURDAY #328: Thinking Back To… My First Suppressor – The Liberty Mystic appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Gear up for 5.11 Days with James Reeves as he shares his top picks from this exclusive annual sale which ends on May 14. From the UV-protective Sully hoodie to the durable RUSH MOAB 6 sling pack, discover the 5.11 items James personally owns, uses, and stands by. Whether it’s tactical gloves that combine protection […] Read More … The post Top 5 Picks from 5.11’s Big Sale: My Personal Favorites appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Does owning an iconic gun check all the boxes or does it feel like something is missing? You’d be hard-pressed to list off a top five list of legendary notable revolvers without mentioning the S&W Model 29. Sort of funny that this gun may not have sold anywhere near as well without Clint Eastwood muttering […] Read More … The post TFB Review: Smith & Wesson Model 29 Classic 6.5” appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Any International Sniper Competition is yummy-yummy for firearms photo addicts, and this Photo Of The Day is no exception. Above we have a clean shot (pun intended) of two Belgian snipers, using a tripod and the tank trap for support. The Belgian jigsaw camouflage has been replaced by Multicam. Below: The best handlebars we have […] Read More … The post POTD: Belgian Snipers in International Sniper Competition appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
We’re back again with another roundup of fresh firearms-focused podcasts in TFB Podcast Roundup 128. Each week we’re bringing you a new set of podcasts from across the web that cover a wide variety of topics including gunsmithing, hunting, precision shooting, war stories, competition shooting, gun industry news, and much more. In addition, we’re also […] Read More … The post TFB Podcast Roundup 128: The May 10th Roundup appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Walther is bringing back a classic pistol option not seen in many years. While most American shooters think of the PPK as a .380 ACP, that was not the original chambering. The .32 ACP PPK was the first model, and Walther is making it again.  Walther @ TFB: New PDP Buckets! Safariland 6000 Series Holster […] Read More … The post Walther Reintroduces .32 ACP PPK and PPK/s Models appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Heritage Manufacturing are expanding their line of lever action firearms with the introduction of the Range Side series. These new lever guns are chambered in 410 Bore which should mean they are shotguns but Heritage Manufacturing call them rifles, so maybe these are slug guns? That’s why I decided to use a neutral term – lever […] Read More … The post Heritage Manufacturing Range Side 410 Bore Lever Guns appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
The new Wilson Combat Tactical Ultralight series offers featherweight firepower that's built for quick handling in tight situations. The post Wilson Combat Tactical Ultralight: An Airweight AR appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Cimarron brings out a new cap-and-ball Walker replica, made to look like the original Texas Rangers' production run from 1847. The post What’s Old Is New: Cimarron Walker 1847 Company A Reproductions appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
A while back, Leapers reached out to the crew at The Firearm Blog and asked if anybody would be interested in reviewing one of their new 1-8 LPVOs. I was particularly intrigued by this, as I was not aware that Leapers/Integrix was creating military spec optics, and I thought that they only made scopes for […] Read More … The post TFB Review: INTEGRIX IX8 1-8X28 LPVO appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
For today’s Photo Of The Day, we have pictures of the latest Cabot Guns project – The Grail Guardian pistol. This 1911-style pistol is engraved with King Arthur and the Holy Grail motifs. The engravings are executed by Jonathon Quill. The ebony grips are made by Henri St. Jean. The case of this pistol is a 70-lb […] Read More … The post POTD: Cabot Guns “The Grail Guardian” Pistol appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Welcome back to another edition of Concealed Carry Corner. Last week, we talked about how to carry a concealed firearm no matter what. If you happened to miss that article, be sure to click the link here to check it out. This week, I wanted to go over a subject I have tried to tackle […] Read More … The post Concealed Carry Corner: Accessory Guide For Summer Carry appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
SIG Sauer has an updated version of the Kilo-10K ABS HD binoculars. The new Gen II model has improved color and light transmission. Let’s take a look at what else has changed.  Sig Sauer @ TFB: SIG SAUER Releases New MCX-Regulator “Ranch Rifle” POTD: SIG Sauer SG 750 in 6.5 Creedmoor [SHOT 2024] DryFireMag Offers […] Read More … The post SIG Sauer Updates Kilo-10K ABS HD Binoculars , Now Gen II, Less Blue appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Spring has sprung which allows for much more time outdoors shooting, hunting, and playing with new firearms. If you are like our very own Luke Cuenco, and love yourself a good rimfire firearm, then you will be pleased to hear that Springfield Armory has announced that they are expanding their colorway offerings on the 2020 […] Read More … The post Springfield Unveils 2020 Rimfire Target in New Coyote & OD Green Stocks appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Here's your chance to buy an impressive buffalo hunting rifle that was owned by Teddy Roosevelt, and possibly Kit Carson before that. The post Buy Teddy Roosevelt’s Big-Bore Hawken Rifle at RIA’s Premier Auction appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
I’ve had the opportunity to train with a lot of people over the years but one of my more recent learning experiences brought me to a Safariland event with the training outfit, Full Spectrum Warrior. Headed up by former Navy SEAL Rich Graham, Full Spectrum Warrior trains both civilian and military alike, and tends to […] Read More … The post TFB Behind The Gun Podcast #115: Full Spectrum Warrior Training w/ Rich Graham appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
I recently had the opportunity to attend a special event put on by the Safariland Group down in Florida. Just about an hour or so north of Orlando in the middle of nowhere lies Deep Woods Ranch – the home of form Navy SEAL Rich Graham’s training facility Full Spectrum Warrior. Full Spectrum Warrior is […] Read More … The post Understanding Safariland’s (Simple) Retention Leveling System appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Welcome to TFB’s Photo Of The Day! Today’s selection features the art of mastering a new combat rifle. Above you see U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Taylor Benson using the M27 Infantry Automatic Rifle during Korea Viper 24.1 at Camp Mujuk Range Zero, February 2024. Live-Fire training enhances Marines capabilities by making them more proficient and […] Read More … The post POTD: Live-Fire With M27 Infantry Automatic Rifle appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
The upcoming Premier Sale from Rock Island Auction will have Custer's pinfire revolver and a Colt SAA from the Battle of Little Bighorn. The post Wheelgun Wednesday: Custer Revolver at Rock Island Auction’s Upcoming Sale appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Maxim Defense have announced the introduction of a new .338 caliber suppressor joining their pistol and rifle caliber lines. The .338 MSX weighs in at 19 oz, is made from 7075-T6 aluminum and is 11 inches in length. Maxim Defense say the new suppressor has been designed to minimize the increase in cyclic rate and blowback. […] Read More … The post Maxim Defense Introduce .338 MSX Suppressor appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
The Silent Steel (Finland) Safe-Guard is a new heat shield designed for their Silent Steel Streamer series of suppressors. It acts as a protective barrier against burns and serves as a thermal insulator, reducing visible mirage effects. By creating an air gap between the suppressor and the shield, heat transfer is minimized. The design facilitates […] Read More … The post Silent Steel Safe-Guard Suppressor Heat Shield appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
B.E. Meyers has just announced two new laser devices. The DAGIR is an infrared illuminator and aiming laser for night vision shooting. Their other new product, the MILR (Miniature Intelligent Laser Rangefinder) incorporates rangefinding capabilities along with visible and IR aiming lasers. Night Vision @ TFB: TFB Behind The Gun Podcast #112: Bringing Competition to Night […] Read More … The post B.E. Meyers Announces DAGIR and MILR Laser Devices appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Canfora's new photography collection shows off aircraft weapons from the First World War, when combatants raced for aerial supremacy. The post New Book From Canfora: Aircraft Weapons Of World War I appeared first on The Firearm Blog.