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When one thinks of America's greatest strengths, the kind of assets the world looks at with admiration and envy, America's elite universities would have long been at the top of that list. But the American public has been losing faith in these universities - and with good reason.
America cannot build a future on this house of cards, so we should all get serious about inspecting our foundations.
The Republican debate this week proved, once again, that Donald Trump made the right decision not to participate. Much like the first three debates, Trump emerged as the clear winner of the fourth Republican confrontation, all without being on stage himself.
Unhappiness with Biden's performance is pervasive, with economic pessimism weighing him down.
Pinnochio, I mean, President Joe Biden was caught in yet another lie.
The Trump years had a radicalizing effect on the American right. But, let's be honest, they also sent many on the left completely around the bend. Some liberals, particularly upper-middle-class white ones, cracked up because other people couldn't see what was obvious to them: that Trump was a bad candidate and an even worse president.
President Biden's promise to be the country's conciliator quickly disappeared behind a sharp left turn after his election
Former House Speaker Kevin McCarthy joins a growing number of lawmakers who are eyeing the exits.
In addition to deleted texts belonging to two dozen top Secret Service officials,
The justices are being asked to define income under the 16th Amendment, and their answer will have a huge effect on enacting taxes on extreme wealth.
The first McDonald's opened on January 31, 1990 in Moscow. This powerful symbol of American-style capitalism attracted over 38,000 hungry Soviets desperate for a taste of wondrous Americana.Ame
As support for US aid falters and an election looms, the White House needs a narrative based on reality, not rhetoric, says author Emma Ashford
The problem with today's so-called progressives is that they do not believe in true progress. They believe in immediate and iron-fisted obedience - instant conformity to whatever happens to be their latest moral fever dream.
An inside look at Sunday’s Jets-Texans Week 14 matchup at MetLife Stadium: Marquee matchup Jets WR Garrett Wilson vs. Texans CB Derek Stingley Jr. It is unlikely that Stingley will follow Wilson, but let’s hope to see these two go head-to-head often in this game. Stingley, who was the No. 3-overall pick in 2022, is...
Less than 24 hours after he hobbled off the Celtics court with an ankle injury, Jalen Brunson was walking without a limp.
“Gotta be the worst cold open I’ve ever seen on SNL, absolutely abysmal.”
Xavier McKinney doesn’t want credit for playing every defensive snap this season, even though just three other NFL players can make that same claim.
Barclay Goodrow, who was struck in the face by an errant puck, did not compete in the Rangers’ 4-0 loss to the Capitals on Saturday night.
“Why me?” That was Drissa Traore’s immediate reaction.
Dear Abby weighs in on social club elections and emotional blackmail between mother and daughter.
The Knicks defense started as their strength to the season as Tom Thibodeau’s scheme focused on limiting paint points with great success.
"The bond that Officer Hagan and Igor have is beyond what anyone could ever imagine ... He is a beloved member of the family and Hagan’s best friend."
There have not been many positives about the Jets offense this season, but they do seem to have found their center for the next several years.
Jacque Vaughn has been imploring his lineup to take the ball to the basket, and the Nets recorded 76 points in the paint in Friday night's win.
The crash comes one month after Jenny Blalock posted a video of her execuuting an emergency landing due to an "aircraft malfunction" at 4,000 feet in the air.
At least the Giants have symmetry on how to handle former first-round draft pick Evan Neal’s complicated future.
Donald Trump addressed a raucous crowd in NYC Saturday night, rallying the faithful and warning President Biden that indicting former commander in chiefs would be a two-way street should he take back the White House in 2024.
“We’ve had so many things stolen here. Everything from tables and chairs to a can of Raid. Someone is always coming up and grabbing whatever they can find."
Whitmire, 74, who is one of Texas’ most powerful Democratic legislators, will now be at the helm of America’s fourth-largest city.
Zach Wilson is the Jason Voorhees or Freddy Krueger of quarterbacks. Every time you think the story is over, there is another sequel.
Laneisha Henderson earned a good conduct medal and Navy 'E' ribbon, among others.
Anthony Davis had seasons highs of 41 points, and the Lakers won the inaugural NBA In-Season Tournament title with a 123-109 win over the Pacers.
Musk appeared all smiles as he carried X Æ A-Xii throughout Gillette Stadium in Massachusetts.
The California Republican also said he would consider serving in a Trump cabinet.
The Financial Services chair outlined a series of major legislative and oversight targets that he'll be driving as he faces a critical window to cement his legacy.
Among other ideas, the plan would revive a form of Title 42.
Rep. Brandon Williams, who represents a battleground seat, says his altercation stemmed from a threat to expose his daughter.
Party officials fall in line behind former congressman.
“I have decided to depart the House at the end of this year to serve America in new ways. I know my work is only getting started,” the ousted speaker wrote.
With a foreign aid package slated to go down on the Senate floor Wednesday, Democrats aren't hiding their frustration that border policies ever became linked to cash for Ukraine and Israel.
The race is likely to become one of the country’s top battlegrounds for Democratic angst over how full-throated the party’s support for Israel should be.
Republicans have been in the process of screening dozens of potential contenders.
How a yellow hammer nailed a suspect in the case of a missing businesswoman. "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant reports.
Gaza's devastation worsens as Israeli offensive stretches further south; Retired officers honored for stopping arson attack on Martin Luther King Jr.'s birth home
True crime. Real justice. To miss it would be a crime.
We explore the sweet, sour and spicy flavors of Chinese cuisine. We visit a dim sum hotspot in New York City, and a high-end Toronto restaurant offering an authentic menu. Watch these stories and more on The Dish.
Years after a millionaire mom was killed, her husband breaks his silence, offering a unique self-defense claim at his murder trial.
What Air Force Major Andre McDonald says happened in the days surrounding his wife's death.
After a period of high inflation, the U.S. has received some good economic news in time for the holidays. Gas prices and mortgage rates have dipped, and job growth remains steady. For many shoppers, it will translate to more holiday spending. Joy Benedict has more.
A tornado knocked down trees and powerlines northwest of Nashville, while dime-sized hail battered Arkansas. Meteorologist Paul Goodloe with The Weather Channel has the forecast.
The Texas Supreme Court late Friday night put a hold on a lower court ruling which would have allowed a woman who is 20 weeks pregnant with a fatal fetal diagnosis to obtain an abortion. The all-Republican state Supreme Court issued its hold without offering an opinion. Jared Hill has details.
Former Argentinian TV personality Javier Milei will be sworn in as Argentina's new president Sunday. He has promised to eliminate government agencies, favors outlawing abortion and is a self-described anarcho-capitalist. He also calls global warming a "socialist lie." Cristian Benavides has more.
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Weekend News" with Adriana Diaz.
Two retired New York City Police Department officers, and brothers, were honored Saturday for their role in helping halt an arson attack on the Atlanta birth home of civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr.
The Biden administration announced Saturday that it took the unusual step of bypassing Congress and approving the sale of $106 million worth of tank ammunition to Israel. It comes as Congress is at a standstill over a $106 billion package that would provide aid to Ukraine and Israel. Willie James Inman has more.
University of Pennsylvania President Liz Magill resigned Saturday in the wake of her controversial testimony during a congressional hearing on antisemitism. The presidents of both Harvard and MIT have also received significant criticism for their testimony as well.
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul reported that prior to the explosion, New York State Electric & Gas personnel were "on site responding to a reported gas odor."
Shohei Ohtani announced Saturday that he is staying in Southern California, signing a 10-year deal with the Boys in Blue.
At least three dozen others were injured as homes and businesses were damaged in multiple cities.
The move comes as President Biden's request for a nearly $106 billion aid package for Ukraine, Israel and other national security is languishing in Congress.
Jayden Daniels became the first player since 2016 to win the Heisman despite his team not playing for a conference championship.
Nine weeks since Hamas militants conducted their surprise terror attack on southern Israel, the Israeli military Saturday continued to pound Gaza from the north to the south. It also comes one day after the U.S. vetoed a United Nations cease-fire resolution. Ramy Inocencio has the latest from Tel Aviv.
Astronauts in the International Space Station said they found the rogue fruit, dispelling claims that astronaut Frank Rubio ate it.
The rapper sustained non-life-threatening injuries.
Liz Magill came under fire this week after a hearing in Congress where university presidents were asked about antisemitism on college campuses.
There's still time left to shop deals on Apple AirPods, iPads, Apple Watch, and more before Christmas arrives.
She was awarded the Nobel prize for her fight against the oppression of women in Iran.
Panama recently approved a nationwide law giving nature rights, allowing people to defend ecosystems in a court of law.
More Republican presidential debates will be held next month, but it's not clear which major candidates will be appearing.
The suspect barricaded himself in an apartment after the incident, sparking an hours-long standoff with Minneapolis Police.
Los Angeles is home to about 46,000 people who are considered homeless, but Mayor Karen Bass is working to change that.
Hundreds of volunteers from outside Israel – and within – are harvesting fruit and vegetables from Israel's farms before the produce rots on the ground.
Palestinians in Gaza say life has become a cruel choice between death and displacement. Who will govern or rebuild the besieged enclave?
University of Pennsylvania President Liz Magill resigned from her post Saturday after facing intense criticism from the White House, lawmakers and alumni for appearing to dodge a question at a congressional hearing on campus antisemitism.
New court documents detail how the suspect in a shooting rampage across Texas this week allegedly broke into a home where a woman and her daughter with “special needs” would be killed.
Generational star Shohei Ohtani signed the biggest free agent deal in baseball history as he's agreed to play next season with the Los Angeles Dodgers, he posted on his Instagram Saturday.
Texas state Sen. John Whitmire will be Houston’s next mayor, NBC News projects.
Six people are dead and dozens injured after tornadoes struck Nashville and the Tennessee town of Clarksville early Saturday evening, officials said.
The United States military is preparing to launch its secretive X-37B space plane on a seventh mission in orbit.
Exclusive data and industry experts — including publishers, booksellers and TikTok influencers — shed light on the yearslong surge in LGBTQ fiction sales.
A major legal battle over abortion rights is unfolding in Texas, with the state’s Supreme Court temporarily blocking a pregnant woman from obtaining an emergency abortion she’s seeking after learning her fetus is non-viable. NBC News’ Liz Kreutz has the details.
17-year-old Michigan mass shooter given multiple life sentences; FDA approves groundbreaking sickle cell anemia treatment; Global outrage after Palestinian men are stripped to their underwear by Israeli troops; and more on tonight’s broadcast.
The Congressional Hispanic Caucus is becoming increasingly concerned that President Joe Biden may strike a deal with Republicans on immigration that they find unacceptable in order to secure passage of his high-priority Ukraine and Israel aid package.
A century-old territorial dispute deepened by the discovery of oil is boiling over between neighbors Guyana and Venezuela.
Anthony Davis had seasons highs of 41 points and 20 rebounds and the Los Angeles Lakers won the inaugural NBA In-Season Tournament title with a 123-109 victory over the Indiana Pacers on Saturday night.
A police investigation is underway after the family of a Lakota man said staff members at a Colorado hospital cut the 65-year-old’s hair without permission.
Six people are dead and dozens injured after tornadoes struck Nashville and the Tennessee town of Clarksville early Saturday evening, officials said.
Texas state Sen. John Whitmire will be Houston’s next mayor, NBC News projects.
The United States military is preparing to launch its secretive X-37B space plane on a seventh mission in orbit.
University of Pennsylvania President Liz Magill resigned from her post Saturday after facing intense criticism from the White House, lawmakers and alumni for appearing to dodge a question at a congressional hearing on campus antisemitism.
A cross-country storm system ramped up Saturday and brought showers from Houston to Cleveland, while Texas through Kentucky faced severe weather.
Former President Donald Trump recently said that he would not become a dictator if he is re-elected, except “on day one.”
Generational star Shohei Ohtani signed the biggest free agent deal in baseball history as he's agreed to play next season with the Los Angeles Dodgers, he posted on his Instagram Saturday.
Rapper 2 Chainz posted a video of himself in the back of an ambulance following reports that he was involved in a car accident in Miami.
A Chicago man who spent more than a decade in prison after he was found guilty of murder primarily based on the testimony of a “blind eyewitness” will get a new trial, his attorney said.
Maine’s congressional delegation is calling for the Army to investigate the events that lead up to the October mass shooting — the deadliest in the state’s history — by one of its reservists.
New court documents detail how the suspect in a shooting rampage across Texas this week allegedly broke into a home where a woman and her daughter with “special needs” would be killed.
Scott Bok, the chairman of Penn’s board of trustees, announced Magill’s resignation and shortly thereafter announced his own resignation.
The Week of Monday, December 4: The ESG debate (continued), labor, fiscal policy, antitrust, and much, much more
Trump leads Biden by four points in a head-to-head rematch, and by six points when other candidates are added to the mix.
The group also called for the protection of Jewish and Israeli students, professors, and faculty at the three institutions.
The court placed an administrative stay on a Texas judge’s ruling one day after it was issued.
‘We want our university to refuse to invest in ethnic cleansing and genocide abroad.’
300th anniversaries for both — Wren gets a bash, Reynolds a mere nod.
The opportunity and hope for students that Illinois just crushed is being embraced nationwide as a key to thriving.
You don’t have to support Trump to worry that the criminal charges against him will set a dangerous, norm-breaking precedent.
House Republicans must stick to the careful pace of their investigation if they wish to build a serious case for impeaching the president.
‘Your response without compulsory process has, to date, been woefully inadequate,’ the congressman wrote.
‘If Biden stays as the nominee for the Democrats, I believe Donald Trump will win.’
While the court found that the order ‘should not have restricted speech about the Special Counsel himself,’ Trump ‘does not have an unlimited right to speak.’
It would be letting universities off easy if the response to antisemitism is more-restrictive speech codes.
The 56-page indictment makes for salacious reading: the president’s ne’er-do-well son dodging taxes to pay for escorts, drugs, and a life of luxury.
The publication said the NFL was the intended target of its criticism rather than the child.
Awad’s appalling remarks about the 10/7 massacre show that he and his organization are exactly who we thought they were.
A report from the Texas Public Policy Foundation sheds light on the diverse origins of Mexican Americans and the culture they bring to their adopted country.
Frontrunner Mark Robinson, the sitting lieutenant governor, has embraced Trump and plans to appear at a fundraiser with him.
Magill argued that calls for genocide against Jews did not necessarily violate the university’s code of conduct in a hearing on Tuesday.
At least six people were killed Saturday after severe weather, including multiple tornadoes, struck central Tennessee. Three fatalities were in Clarksville, northwest of Nashville near the Kentucky border, where nearly two dozen more people were hospitalized, county officials said. “This is a sad day for our community,” Montgomery County Mayor Wes Golden said. “We are...
Texas state Sen. John Whitmire, a Democrat, was projected to win the Houston mayoral race, beating out a fellow Democrat in a runoff to represent one of the most populous cities in the country. Whitmire was up against Democratic U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee for the mayor’s seat after the race slipped into a runoff following the...
Tucker Carlson announced a new subscription site for his content on Saturday, providing a way for fans to pay for more from the former Fox News host. Carlson was ousted from Fox News in April over criticism of company management and has since hosted a periodical news and political commentary show for free on X,...
President Biden began a 2024 Hollywood fundraising blitz with a visit to Los Angeles this weekend, calling out former President Trump in a speaking engagement while plying his case for a second term. After a summer of strikes and industry strife where they avoided the Hollywood limelight, Biden and the First Lady planned six fundraising...
Former Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) revealed that she was uninvited from President Trump’s 2020 White House holiday party after questioning his claims of widespread voter fraud in that year’s election. In her new book, “Oath and Honor,” Cheney recalls that the snub came after she released a statement calling on Trump to provide evidence for...
Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.) celebrated the resignation of University of Pennsylvania (UPenn) President Liz Magill on Saturday after demanding she be removed amid controversial statements on campus antisemitism. “One down. Two to go,” Stefanik said on X, formerly Twitter. “This is only the very beginning of addressing the pervasive rot of antisemitism that has destroyed...
The Biden administration has authorized the sale of almost 14,000 tank shells to Israel, bypassing congressional rules, the Pentagon announced Saturday. The Department of Defense used an emergency declaration from the Arms Export Control Act to sell 13,981 tank cartridges, worth $106.5 million, immediately to Israel as the country continues its ongoing war against the militant...
The chair of the University of Pennsylvania’s Board of Trustees resigned on Saturday, just after university President Liz Magill did the same following controversial comments she made at a House hearing on antisemitism this week. Scott Bok, who announced Magill’s resignation Saturday, said minutes later that he would also step down, citing the congressional hearing...
Rep. Dan Goldman (D-N.Y.) and former Rep. George Santos (R-N.Y.) feuded online Saturday over Santos’ successful Cameo business after he was expelled from Congress last week. After being expelled, Santos turned to the video messaging service Cameo, where anyone can pay $400 for a custom message from the former congressman. “Hey George Santos, friendly recommendation:...
New York Attorney General Letitia James said that experts called for former President Trump's defense this week actually helped her legal case alleging Trump and his company falsified business records. “Donald Trump can continue to try to distract from reality. You can continue to call me names,” she said in a video message Friday. “But...
Maine’s congressional delegation on Friday renewed calls for the Army inspector general to conduct a private investigation into the events that led to the deadliest mass shooting in the state earlier this year. "We believe it is imperative that you, as the Inspector General of the Army, conduct an investigation separate from the ongoing administrative...
The Pasco County School District is introducing a new approach to the school calendar in the 2024-2025 school year to combat chronic absenteeism.
Former President Trump's campaign called out Casey DeSantis, the wife of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, over her push for out-of-state supporters to participate in next month’s Iowa caucuses. During an appearance alongside her husband on Fox News Friday, Casey DeSantis claimed that people don’t have to be residents of Iowa to participate in the upcoming...
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) is looking to seize on the momentum from his strong performance at the fourth debate as he aims to solidify his place as the No. 2 Republican in the primary. Unlike his past presidential debates, DeSantis avoided fading into the background Wednesday in Alabama and went on offense against Nikki...
The Texas woman at the center of a legal fight over whether she can receive emergency abortion care called the stresses of the controversy “overwhelming.” Kate Cox was granted an exemption to Texas’ strict abortion laws on Thursday because her fetus has a fatal chromosomal disorder. But, the state Supreme Court paused the order on...
Donald Trump Jr. told Sirius XM's Breitbart News Saturday entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy "basically ended" former Gov. Nikki Haley's (R-SC) "political career" during Wednesday's debate, and the Republican establishment is trying to prop up Haley as a "last hope" alternative to former President Donald Trump.
The mainstream media is still hot on the trail of Russian "disinformation."
Lara Trump, senior campaign adviser for the former president, appeared on Breitbart News Saturday where she discussed 2024 and the necessity of beating President Joe Biden.
Former President Donald Trump will speak at the New York Young Republican Club Annual Gala on Saturday, December 9.
University of Pennsylvania President Liz Magill has resigned as president of the university in the wake of intense backlash over her failure during a recent congressional hearing on Capitol Hill to say whether advocating for the genocide of Jews is permissible on campus.
LOS ANGELES, California -- Pro-Palestinian protesters vandalized buildings near synagogues, as well as a nearby church, with anti-Israel graffiti on Friday night after demonstrating against President Joe Biden at a nearby fundraiser on Friday night.
"Controligarchs" are making money off aborting babies to achieve population control, Seamus Bruner, author of Controligarchs: Exposing the Billionaire Class, their Secret Deals, and the Globalist Plot to Dominate Your Life, explained during an appearance on Breitbart News Saturday.
Former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis duked it out again over who was weaker on China as governor during the fourth Republican presidential debate earlier this week.
Four in ten Democrats agree with removing statues of George Washington as some leftist cities consider doing so, a Rasmussen Reports survey released Thursday found.
Migrants recently released by the Border Patrol waited patiently to board flights leaving the region at the Tucson International Airport on Friday afternoon. The event marks their last day on the southwest border and their first day of free movement across the United States.
Taylor Swift has it all -- fame, money, youth, and an NFL star boyfriend. But the newly minted Time 2023 Person of the Year is still finding things to complain about.
The Texas Supreme Court on Friday halted a lower court ruling that allowed a woman who is 20 weeks pregnant to have her unborn baby aborted.
The Satanic Temple set up a holiday homage to the occult "deity" Baphomet in the Iowa Statehouse, drawing concerns about the "evil" display.
A video of freed Israeli hostages recounting their experiences in Hamas captivity was released on Saturday, as Israelis continued to press for their freedom.
During an interview aired on Friday’s broadcast of CNN’s “AC360,” Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ) called for the presidents of Harvard, Penn, and MIT to resign and also called for a Department of Education investigation of MIT in addition to its
On Friday’s broadcast of NewsNation’s “Cuomo,” Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz stated that Harvard President Claudine Gay should resign her position under her own standards and noted that Gay joined in on attacks on then-Winthrop House Faculty Dean Ron Sullivan,
Israeli hostage Sahar Baruch, 25, an engineering student who was abducted from Kibbutz Be'eri on October 7, has been killed in Gaza -- and the Hamas terrorist group is blaming Israel, saying that he was killed during an attempted rescue earlier this week.
President Joe Biden rubbed elbows with Hollywood elites at a ritzy Los Angeles fundraiser Friday evening. But outside, leftist pro-Palestinian activists upstaged the event by voicing their vehement opposition to Biden and his stance on the unfolding war between Israel and Hamas.
President Joe Biden's approval rating has fallen to the lowest level since he took office, the latest TIPP poll found.
President Joe Biden is the least popular president in modern U.S. history, FiveThirtyEight polling shows, triggering concern among Democrats who do not want him to run for reelection.
An "unbelievably frugal" Indiana man who died a secret millionaire had his huge estate given away to charity — with some missing out on huge donations because they assumed it was a scam.
A church in Simpsonville, South Carolina, is rejoicing after experiencing a massive wave of baptisms in one day.
Los Angeles has advanced its constant quest to suck every last dollar out of its residents by finding an innovative new application of Artificial intelligence — attaching AI cameras to buses to write tickets for cars parked in bus lanes.
A famous fiddler is breathing a sigh of relief because his violin was returned undamaged to him after being stolen in Portland, Oregon.
Google recently acknowledged that certain elements of its demonstration video for the Gemini AI, a competitor to OpenAI's new GPT-4, were staged, raising questions about the actual abilities of the internet giant's latest artificial intelligence system.
An unprecedented "enormous dark hole" has opened in the sun's surface and spewed streams of "unusually fast radiation" directly towards Earth.
During a portion of an interview with “The Moby Pod” released on Friday, Hunter Biden stated that he is “not going to let these motherf*ckers use me as just another example of why people in recovery are never going to
House Oversight Committee Chair Rep. James Comer (R-KY) said Friday on CNN's "The Lead" that he believed Hunter Biden was indicted by federal prosecutor David Weiss on nine federal tax counts on Thursday to protect his father President Joe Biden.
On Friday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s Ingraham Angle, Tristan Leavitt, the attorney for IRS whistleblower Gary Shapley, stated that the recent indictment of Hunter Biden vindicates Shapley and fellow whistleblower Joseph Ziegler and “shows that that plea deal
On Friday’s broadcast of CNN’s “Early Start,” CNN Legal Analyst Joey Jackson reacted to the latest charges against Hunter Biden by saying that “I think that, if it were not for the whistleblowers” we wouldn’t be here. Jackson reacted to
Friday, on FNC's "Hannity," Rep. James Comer (R-KY), the chairman of the House Oversight Committee, reacted to the charges brought against Hunter Biden, son of President Joe Biden, earlier in the week.
Mark Hamill pushed for an "assault weapons" ban Wednesday, just hours after a 67-year-old attacker killed three people at UNLV with a handgun.
During an interview with Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression (FIRE) President and CEO Greg Lukianoff that took place on Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” host Bill Maher stated that the issue on college campuses of students viewing everything through
During an interview with Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression (FIRE) President and CEO Greg Lukianoff that took place on Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” host Bill Maher remarked that while the presidents of Harvard, the University of Pennsylvania, and
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Ryan O’Neal, the heartthrob actor who went from a TV soap opera to an Oscar-nominated role in “Love Story” and delivered a wry performance opposite his charismatic 9-year-old daughter Tatum in “Paper Moon,” died Friday, his son said.
On Friday’s broadcast of NPR’s “All Things Considered,” White House National Economic Council Director Lael Brainard stated that Americans are generally happy with their personal finances “But, at the same time, when Americans look at particular prices, they’re not coming
On Friday’s broadcast of the Fox Business Network’s “Kudlow,” Breitbart Economics Editor John Carney predicted that inflation won’t come down to 2% next year and stated that the most recent inflation numbers “were held down by the fact that businesses
On Friday’s broadcast of “CNN News Central,” acting Labor Secretary Julie Su said that “we’re making good progress” on dealing with “the after-effects of the pandemic and the global economic stress that that induced” and part of the reason for
The United States vetoed a United Nations Security Council resolution on Friday that would have called for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza, allowing the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) to continue pounding Hamas terrorists as they began to surrender.
The U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) intercepted more than 18,000 pounds of cocaine in six drug busts in November, officials announced Wednesday.
A report highlights the danger migrants are put in by callous people smugglers, who grow rich on human suffering.
A French juvenile court on Friday convicted six teenagers for their roles in the 2020 beheading teacher Samuel Paty by an Islamic extremist.
A Syrian refugee was arrested Friday in the Netherlands on suspicion of crimes against humanity including sexual violence.
A fire broke out in a hospital on Rome's outskirts, killing at least three people and forcing an overnight evacuation.
Former slave-trading countries should pay Barbados $4.9 trillion in reparations, the Caribbean country's leftist prime minister has demanded.
Democratic pollster and political strategist Stan Greenberg said Friday on CNN's "OutFront" that the Democratic Party's base voters gave former President Donald Trump higher approval ratings than President Joe Biden.
On Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” CNN host and Senior Political Analyst John Avlon stated that there is an “out of control” crime rise and it’s ridiculous since we figured out how to solve it in the 1990s and that
The November jobs numbers were a kick in the teeth to traders betting that the Federal Reserve would start cutting rates in March.
The United Nations has been lecturing everyone not to eat meat for years and is expected to soon release a report calling for reduced meat consumption. Yet in a hypocritical development, meat is prominently featured on the menu at the United Nations' COP28 climate summit. Fox News reported, "Among the food options offered for attendees are The Hungry Hub, which offers beef and meat; Philly Jawn by Ghostburger, which offers burgers and Philly cheesesteaks; Swaggers, which offers smoked ribs and smoked wagyu
A Florida man was playing with fire when he went on a date with a woman he met on Tinder. Police said the Tinder date went up in flames when the Florida woman set a man she met on the dating app on fire.Destiny Lenai Johnson, 25, was arrested on Nov. 25 and charged with three felonies of attempted murder, first-degree arson, and aggravated battery causing great bodily harm, according to Miami-Dade County records.The pair attempted to ignite a spark by meeting up when Johnson reportedly invited the man to
A California man was found guilty of brutally murdering his sex therapist ex-girlfriend – who once was the fiancée of Drew Carey’s. Gareth Pursehouse, of Playa del Rey, was convicted of first-degree murder for the killing of Amie Harwick. On Wednesday, Pursehouse was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.Pursehouse, 45, allegedly broke into Harwick's home, waited for as many as four hours for her to get home, and
University of Pennsylvania President Elizabeth Magill resigned on Saturday following her disastrous testimony during a congressional hearing on campus anti-Semitism. UPenn Board Chair Scott Bok also resigned on Saturday."I write to share that President Liz Magill has voluntarily tendered her resignation as President of the University of Pennsylvania," Scott L. Bok – the chair of the Penn Board of Trustees – stated on Saturday. "She will remain a tenured faculty member at Penn Carey Law."The message inc
BlazeTV's Sara Gonzales and her show, "The News & Why It Matters," has come under the watchful eye of Big Tech for the second time this year. Gonzales' production team was apparently informed that her YouTube channel was given a strike and barred from posting any new content for a full week.Following the development, Gonzales posted a video to X, explaining that she had been barred from posting any content for the next seven days. However, BlazeTV is making Gonzales' videos available for free in the meanti
The principal at New York City's Trinity Middle School reportedly told parents that he could not be sure that Hamas was a "terrorist organization," going on to suggest that the students should make their own determinations about the Palestinian group. Jason Ford's comments about the status of Hamas comes after the Palestinian group launched a surprise attack against Israel on October 7, killing 1,200 people and abducting 240 more. The Jewish state retaliated by declaring war, executing ground and air missi
Bill Maher, host of "Real Time," blasted universities such as Penn and Harvard for siding with Hamas and playing host to students he characterized as "useful idiots." Maher's comments come as Harvard University President Claudine Gay recently appeared before Congress to account for the sudden rise in anti-Semitism on campus.Maher kicked off the segment with FIRE CEO Greg Lukianoff, asking him about the organization's ranking system of colleges and universities concerning free speech. Harvard and Penn repor
An Oakland-based coffee shop recently issued an apology after a video cropped up on social media of staffers apparently blocking a Jewish woman from using the restroom and spewing anti-Israel comments.The video showing the incident was apparently removed by X account @StopAntisemites, at the request of the victim in the situation. However, the account stated that Farley's Coffee — the business in question — issued an apology following the incident, claiming that they are currently in the process of "ta
The Hollywood home of Keanu Reeves was raided by burglars earlier this week, multiple reports say. A spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department said officers responded to an anonymous call about trespassers at the home of the "John Wick" star around 7 p.m. on Wednesday. However, LAPD officers did not find anyone at the "Matrix" star's home in Hollywood Hills. Then around 1 a.m. on Thursday, police responded to an alarm that was tripped at the celebrity's home. Investigators reviewed security camera
A student at New York University was apparently suspended and lost her scholarship after it was discovered she had taken down posters featuring Israeli hostages who had been abducted by Hamas terrorists on October 7. She was also denied campus housing until fall 2024. Hafiza Khalique spoke with BreakThrough News, saying that "[b]ecause I was suspended, I would have to move off campus after the semester, essentially kicking me out of the dorms, leaving me unhoused, and also denying me access to any higher e
Following pressure from Republican lawmakers, the Universities of Wisconsin announced on Friday that it had frozen diversity positions, dropped an affirmative action program, and aimed to make space for a position focused on conservative thought at its flagship campus in Madison. Conservatives have long criticized the Universities of Wisconsin institution for leaning too far left, but Democrats have insisted Republicans have made an overt effort to block pay raises for the faculty at the university, accord
After noting that President Joe Biden is not growing younger, will not increase in popularity, and is not picking a different running mate, "Charlamagne tha God" called for Biden to provide the nation the "ultimate Christmas gift and step aside."Speaking on "The Daily Show," Charlamagne said that Biden believes he has the election "in the bag, but the polls say otherwise." He then quipped that he wants the president stepping up to defeat Trump "the way I want him stepping in to defend me at a bar fight. I
A woman says she was fired from her job as a custodian at a Houston public school after she took time off to take care of her husband who had been hospitalized with cancer and later died. Consepcion Zapata says she worked a custodian at the Heights High School in Houston for over 15 years when her husband fell ill from liver cancer and she asked for time off. Her husband died only two weeks after being hospitalized. To make things worse, Zapata's mother had also passed away only a few months previo
GOP Rep. Kevin McCarthy of California has said that when he was attending a State of the Union address, the Democrats looked "like America," while the Republicans looked "like the most restrictive country club in America." He went on to tout the election of Republican women and minorities that has taken place since that point.He has made the comments on at least two occasions, including while speaking to the Oxford Union and during remarks at the DealBook Summit.Democratic National Committee Chair Jaime Ha
The murder of a family of four and their three dogs was the result of an extramarital affair between one of the plotters of the murder and one of the victims, according to Illinois police. The bodies of the family were found at their home in the village of Romeoville on Sept. 17. Alberto Rolon, Zoraida Bartolomei, 9-year-old Adriel, and 7-year-old Diego were identified as the victims. WLS-TV reported that police had suspected 32-year-old Nathaniel Huey Jr. was the killer, which prompted the Romeovill
As large numbers of migrants inundate America's southern border and Republicans are demanding to address the issue as a condition for approving a package that includes Ukraine and Israel aid and more, Democratic Sen. John Fetterman of Pennsylvania has reportedly opined that it is not xenophobic to have concern about the border."I hope Democrats can understand that it isn't xenophobic to be concerned about the border,” Fetterman said, according to Politico. "It's a reasonable conversation, and Democrats s
Thousands of illegal immigrants have crossed over the border this year and not without letting us all know how grateful they are for the man who made it happen. "I love you Joe Biden, thank you for everything, Joe Biden!" one migrant told Fox News in Lukeville, Arizona. “I’m good person, I want to be good person here in the United States. I came here because I want quality of life, you know, America is a land of opportunity,” he added. Dave Rubin, who isn’t as thankful for Joe Biden as the
We now have a greater share of immigrants in this country, from more extremely divergent cultures, than at any time in our history. Who voted for this, and who thought this was a good idea? Imagine if we could go back in time to when Congress debated the 1965 and 1990 immigration bills. Lawmakers would promise the public that the nation was about to embark on the largest expansion of immigration ever — indefinitely — that would violate every principle of our balanced immigration system and values o
Disney is having a terrible birthday. To celebrate the mega-corporation's 100-year anniversary, you can buy special-edition beanies and commemorative dollhouses and tiny Disney-character statues at McDonald's. But the fairy tale of Disney is nearing its end. Because Disney is on a hell of a losing streak. By nearly every metric, the company is failing. It’s like watching a gifted athlete pull his hamstring and, when he tries to keep running, you hope he survives the death-rush. On a recent earnings c
This week on her very popular podcast, Candace Owens took a moment to celebrate that Victoria’s Secret is “bringing sexy back.” The body-positive marketing gimmick is running out of steam, and Victoria’s Secret, having invested in the woke aesthetic, is running out of money. So the company is “returning to the hot girls,” whose aspirational figures “make you want to buy what they’re selling.” Owens approves of this. She’s “glad they learned their lesson” and looks forward to “
To the ongoing celebrations of Norman Lear’s life and achievements, I would like to add a modest tribute of my own. It is Mr. Lear, who died Tuesday at 101, to whom I owe my initial education in the mysteries and mechanics of procreation. It happened when I was 9 years old. One Friday evening, my younger brothers and I waited for my father, late again to pick us up for our regular, court-mandated every-other-weekend visit. As usual, we whiled away the time watching whatever happened to be on our p
A shocking and graphic security video captured the moment an armed robbery shot a bystander in the face after robbing a restaurant in New York City on Wednesday. The 37-year-old victim is in critical condition, and police are seeking to identify a suspect. Surveillance video showed the suspect order food at the Seafood King Fish Market on Broadway in Washington Heights before leaving the restaurant. He returned later to use the bathroom and rob the place. Just before 2 a.m. another person was eatin
Comedian Bill Burr launched into a rant berating "f***ing stupid" liberals for making former President Donald Trump a martyr and ensuring his relevance in politics. Burr was a guest on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" when he launched into the rant criticizing liberals for helping the former president by angering his base with the numerous indictments made against Trump. "If you want to see a great case on narcissism ... liberals are so f***ing stupid, the way that they handled Trump," said Burr. "What do you me
New York Governor Kathy Hochul spoke recently about how her state’s government is spying on its citizens and policing their speech. “We're very focused on the data we're collecting from surveillance efforts,” Hochul said last month. “We have launched an effort to be able to counter some of the negativity and reach out to people when we see hate speech being spoken about on online platforms. ... Our social media analysis unit has ramped up its monitoring of sites to catch incitement to violence
Trumpeting the Biden administration’s record to Latinos in Houston last week, Vice President Kamala Harris ignored the two biggest issues Hispanics — and everyone else in the Lone Star State — are facing today: wide-open borders and the failure of Bidenomics.Texas Latinos weren’t impressed.“Kamala Harris coming to Houston while continuing to ignore the crisis at our southern border is a slap in the face to every Texan, every American, and every Hispanic American in this country,” said former U.
Covering science and technology oscillates between polar extremes. On the one hand, you find a press more than happy to parrot any story crafted by savvy PR departments, without follow-up questions. A subset of people seem to view “the science” as a religious dictum, brought down from on high by materialistic priests wearing lab coats. Often the question of whether we can subsumes any queries about whether we should.The other side pursues a fear-based approach, breathlessly warning about the new and sc
I had the honor on Friday to bear witness to the testimonies of family members of hostages who remain in the clutches of Hamas in Gaza. The Los Angeles event took place a few weeks after the screening of “Bearing Witness,” the 43 minutes of footage filmed mostly by those same barbarians that depict their evil in sickening detail. Maybe you read about it. Make no mistake: What civilized people would call “unspeakable” atrocities must be spoken about and publicized far and wide. Hamas continues t
The parents of an 11-year-old Colorado girl have solicited the help of Alliance Defending Freedom, an organization dedicated to protecting religious and free speech rights, after their daughter was placed in the same room as a boy on an overnight school trip and nearly forced to share a bed with him.Last June, the 11-year-old daughter of Joe and Serena Wailes was one of many students who participated in a trip to Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., sponsored by Jefferson County Public Schools, a district lo
It seems that former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley is bounding ahead in a hypothetical matchup with Joe Biden. Although Haley has not been able to make significant headway against Republican front-runner Donald Trump, who is now polling over 60% as his party’s preferred presidential candidate in the primaries, Haley would beat Biden by the largest margin among active Republican candidates — possibly by as much as 10 points. According to RealClearPolitics, unlike Haley, Trump is running ahead
On the latest episode of Roseanne Barr’s podcast, Tucker Carlson finally admitted what many of us have long suspected: He’s voting for Donald Trump in 2024. “I became an active Trump supporter when they raided Mar-a-Lago. That can’t stand,” Carlson told the comedian. “I agree with Trump on a lot, but even if I disagreed with Trump on a lot, I’d still be a Trump supporter … because you cannot allow the president of the United States to use the Justice Department to knock the front-runner
A handful of U.N. scientists said they want 'the right to make policy prescriptions and, potentially, to oversee their implementation.'
Oral arguments began in the court on Friday in a case that will decide if Howard County can let schoolchildren vote for school board.
California retailers that refuse to incorporate 'gender-neutral' toy sections could face hundreds of dollars in fines under a new state law.
The House Judiciary chairman gave CIA Director William Burns until Dec. 15 to comply with the congressional records request.
Hunter had plenty of money to spend on taxes but chose to waste his millions on an ‘extravagant lifestyle’ and escorts.
David Weiss unveiled nine federal tax-related charges against Hunter Biden on Thursday — none of which relate to influence-peddling.
Here's a whole lotta (surprisingly interesting!) trivia about one of the more ludicrous pop culture debates of our time.
What might Republican voters think of CNN moderating the next two debates?
The charges are so straightforward and stale, it is incomprehensible they were not brought against Hunter Biden in 2019 or early 2020.
Three weeks ago, the Biden campaign told the media to stir up fear about a second Trump term. And boy did they deliver!
Does the SEC have the constitutional authority to regulate and target small business owners, up to the tune of a half-a-million-dollar fine?
Unlike its source material, Ridley Scott's 'Napoleon' will soon be forgotten.
China has a history of covering up and delaying the sharing of crucial information about disease outbreaks.
Accounting expert Eli Bartov concluded that New York Attorney General Letitia James’ case against Donald Trump has ‘no merit.’
Shane James, the 34-year-old charged with two counts of capital murder after allegedly gunning down six people and injuring three in Texas this week, was reportedly let out of prison before the killing spree thanks to the George Soros-funded Texas Organizing Project (TOP). Officers suspect James killed his parents overnight Monday or early Tuesday in […]
Democrats have cornered themselves with Biden, but that doesn't mean they've quietly accepted their fate. Hell is coming in 2024.
The finalized NDAA draft permits leftist ideologies and policies remaking America's armed forces to remain in place for at least another year.
'Anyone that breaks the law ... should be prosecuted, whether it's government officials, civilians, and the media,' Patel told The Federalist.
23 Senate Republicans are demanding the White House release documents related to Biden's executive interference in U.S. elections.
A presidential candidate is finally talking about exercise in the context of reforming the broken American 'health' care system.
It's the latest flare-up of the long-seething territorial disputes in the South China Sea.
The latest strikes came a day after the United States vetoed a United Nations resolution demanding an immediate humanitarian cease-fire in Gaza.
The countries have agreed to new initiatives to more effectively respond to North Korean efforts to bypass U.S.-led international sanctions.
An independent Maine commission is also investigating the shooting, and it has requested subpoena power to question the Army.
U.S. and Iraqi officials say a rocket attack at the sprawling U.S. Embassy in Baghdad has caused minor damage but no casualties.
The bill comes as a couple of dozen officers are still waiting to be promoted despite the Senate clearing 425 nominees from the backlog earlier this week.
At the Commonwealth Conservation Center In Carlisle, Pa., work has begun to restore an 18th-century fog signal cannon that is expected to be one of the oldest artifacts on display at the future National Coast Guard Museum in New London.
The United States' isolated stand reflects a growing fracture between Washington and some of its closest allies over Israel's increasingly deadly bombardment of Gaza.
Desperate Palestinians fleeing Israel’s expanding ground offensive crowded into an ever-shrinking area of the Gaza Strip as the Israel-Hamas war entered its third month.
Duke Energy told that it disconnected the lithium batteries produced by the company CATL from the North Carolina installation's energy infrastructure after "some concerns about this project" were raised.
The South Korean warning came as the top security advisers from South Korea, the U.S. and Japan gathered in Seoul for talks to discuss North Korea's evolving nuclear threats and other issues.
A key tool for the Army's online training apparatus will be taken offline next month in favor of an updated website, according to the service.
The USS Pearl Harbor stopped in its namesake port this weekend as it concluded a Pacific deployment—its last for awhile as the ship prepares for a round of repairs and upgrades.
New Mexico was ground zero for the first atom bomb explosion, but the "downwinder" farmers and ranchers living near the Trinity test site, and the Navajo miners who dug the uranium, have been shut out for fallout compensation.
While representing varied political views, the families are united in seeking changes to ensure that what happened on Oct. 25 in Lewiston, Maine, doesn’t happen again somewhere else.
The U.S. Department of Justice unsealed eight indictments in San Diego and elsewhere detailing a massive narcotics trafficking operation by the new bosses of the Beltrán Leyva organization, once one of Mexico's most powerful drug cartels.
Negotiations over this year's NDAA turned into a culture-war minefield after the House loaded its version of the defense bill with proposals targeting what Republicans deride as "wokeness" in the military.
The most recent crash off the coast of Japan Nov. 29 killed all crew members aboard and triggered a grounding Wednesday of all Air Force, Marine Corps and Navy V-22 Ospreys.
When Iranian-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen launched missiles and hit three commercial ships in the Red Sea, it triggered an immediate question: Will the U.S. military strike back?
Congress is set to direct the Army to boost fitness standards for most combat-arms jobs through a compromise defense policy bill unveiled Wednesday.
The sanctions block access to U.S. property and bank accounts and prevent the targeted people and companies from doing business with Americans.
Israeli forces struck the southern Gaza town of Rafah twice overnight, sowing fear in one of the last places where civilians can seek refuge.
Service members will get a 5.2% pay raise come January under the compromise annual defense bill unveiled Wednesday night.
Navy officials on Wednesday said the service has been working with the city since day one of the fire and in no way is shirking its responsibilities or its share of funding.
A former Fairchild Air Force base airman was sentenced to two years in prison after pleading guilty to stealing ammunition from the base in a scheme marked by racist and violent insurrectionist views that he says were born of grief.
Messages slamming and deriding the Olympic committee plan flooded South Korean social media and internet sites.
Technical issues have further delayed the transition to a new process for overseeing the Defense Department's household goods moves.
Pearl Harbor survivor Ira Schab is planning to return to the Hawaii naval base 82 years after Japan's bombing propelled the U.S. into World War II.
The three -- all lance corporals in the Corps -- were found by a fellow Marine after one of them failed to show up to the airport in Oklahoma, triggering a search that led authorities to a Speedway gas station 50 minutes south of the base.
Ingalls Shipbuilding christened the U.S. Navy’s newest amphibious assault ship, the future USS Bougainville (LHA 8), during dockside ceremonies at the Pascagoula, Miss., shipyard Saturday morning.
In early 2022, Jay Tenison was diagnosed with Stage IV stomach cancer after reporting pain to his doctors. After months of chemotherapy, he got the worst news of his life -- there was nothing medical care could do for him.
The Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps took the extraordinary step of grounding hundreds of aircraft after a preliminary investigation of last week's crash indicated that a materiel failure and not a mistake by the crew led to the deaths.
What if a missile could jet toward a moving target — and then fly back home to try again if it missed?
"The disproportionate scale of Iranian attacks to American responses lays bare that Iran, not the U.S., holds deterrence in this power imbalance."
Kyle Douglas McMahan was taken into custody in Dallas nearly three years after authorities say he joined the pro-Trump mob that attacked the Capitol.
Israeli forces are battling Hamas militants across Gaza after expanding their ground offensive to its second-largest city.
A former Veterans Affairs Medical Center worker from Pittsburgh pleaded guilty to embezzlement and mail fraud, after federal prosecutors said he stole money from disabled veterans and receive undue pandemic benefits.
Speaking at the White House, Biden said Republicans who are insisting on border policy changes as a condition for voting for the aid “are playing chicken with our national security."
On the brink of joining NATO, Sweden has signed a defense cooperation agreement with Washington that will allow the United States access to all of the military bases across the Scandinavian country.
Oral arguments in Health Net's federal claim against the Defense Health Agency's decision to award a $65 billion contract to a different managed-care contractor is set for Dec. 20.
The Coast Guard's mishandling of sexual assault complaints has eroded trust in leadership, an investigation found.
The lawyer selected to be the Army's first top prosecutor of sexual assaults under an overhaul of the military justice system has been fired because of an email he sent 10 years ago appearing to belittle victims’ assault allegations.
The case marks the first prosecution against Russians in connection with atrocities during their war against Ukraine and is the first war crimes case involving the victimization of an American, officials said.
The U.S. is sending a $175 million package of military aid to Ukraine, including guided missiles for the High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems, anti-armor systems and high-speed anti-radiation missiles.
A Hawaii official says landing gear from a U.S. Navy jet pulverized coral when it landed in a bay after overshooting a military runway
The Pentagon said it's ready to help set up a maritime task force among allied nations to protect merchant shipping in the Red Sea following a series of Houthi missile attacks.
Since 2017, some 400 civilians have been killed by airstrikes the military said were targeting armed groups in the deadly security crisis in the country's north, according to the Lagos-based SBM Intelligence security firm.
The warning came as French investigators probe a fatal weekend attack near the Eiffel Tower in Paris.
The U.S. Navy plans to begin arming submarines next year with ship-targeting versions of the widely used Tomahawk missile, part of Washington’s push to ramp up military capabilities to challenge Chinese maritime forces.
The research found that those with more severe psychiatric diagnoses, such as bipolar disorder and psychosis, are most at risk.
Below is my column in the New York Post on the second indictment of Hunter Biden. The tax evasion charges…
I have previously written how New York has been the gift that keeps on giving for the National Rifle Association…
The second indictment of Hunter Biden brought nine new criminal charges and a host of problems for both him and…
The New York Times lost a critical effort to block the defamation lawsuit brought by University of Alabama basketball player…
Rep. Summer Lee (D., Pa.) has long been a voice for censorship, attacking those who seek to restore free speech…
The parents of Holden Armenta have retained counsel and sent a retraction letter to Deadspin in moves that usually precede…
Special Counsel David Weiss filed a blistering opposition to Hunter Biden’s request to subpoena former President Trump and other former…
Below is my column on the upcoming deposition of Hunter Biden and the speculation on which Hunter will appear:…
United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) has issued a warning that a…
Below is my column in the Hill on efforts to bar or limit voting in the primary and general presidential…
We have been discussing the latest Irish law to crackdown on free speech.  Yet, even with the criminalization of speech,…
When hired by MSNBC as a legal analyst Andrew Weissmann, host Ari Melber explained that Weissmann is a “legend” while…
Below is my column in The Messenger on the recent testimony of bankers in the Trump fraud trial. The testimony…
We recently discussed the runaway grade inflation at Harvard where roughly 80 percent of grades were As. Now the Yale…
As Stuart Smiley said on SNL’s Daily Affirmation, “De Nile ain’t just a river in Egypt.” Democrat Rep. Dan Goldman,…
Over two years later, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas finally held a private meeting with the Border Patrol agents that…
We have previously discussed the growing anti-free speech movement in Ireland. As discussed in The Indispensable Right: Free Speech in…
F. Scott Fitzgerald once said that “the truest sign of intelligence is the ability to entertain two contradictory ideas simultaneously.”…
Below is my column in the New York Post on the confirmation that Hunter Biden will finally appear before Congress…
We previously discussed how Hunter Biden was gracious enough to say that he might appear before Congress after receiving a…
Below is my column in The Hill on how Disney appears to be honoring the 300th anniversary of Adam Smith…
At Hillcrest High School in Queens this week, a New York teacher had to lock herself in her office as…
Yesterday, we discussed the attack of Trump associate Roger Stone on Casey DeSantis for referring to her children in speeches.…
According to the study by the Institute of Labor Economics, the overturning of Roe v. Wade in June 2022 may…
In an age of rage, Roger Stone could be the avatar of the times. The self-proclaimed provocateur, Stone is known…
Years ago, we discussed the controversial case of Michele Carter, a teenager convicted of murder after encouraging a friend to…
This month, the Coolidge Reagan Foundation has called upon the Michigan bar to investigate and sanction Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich.,…
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone. We started the day with our annual Turley Turkey Bowl — running over 50 years of…
Below is my column in USA Today on the “deactivation order” issued to a controversial pro-Palestinian group at the University…
There are new polls out of Harvard and NBC that show surprising results on gun ownership and rights. According to…
In “The Indispensable Right,” I discuss how academics are now leading an anti-free speech movement on campuses that challenges the…
Even in his freshman year, Democratic New York Rep. Dan Goldman has proven one of the most controversial members in…
Economics professor John Strauss from the University of Southern California is teaching remotely for the rest of the term in…
A Houston attorney, Ronald Lewis, 77, is facing criminal charges over an allegation that he brought drug-laced papers into a…
Below is my column in The Hill on the recent victory of a California professor in challenging diversity, equity and…
Below is a longer version of my column in the New York Post on the leaking of the interviews of…
Colorado Judge Sarah Wallace has become the latest jurist to reject the effort to bar former president Donald Trump from…
There is a controversy over the canceling of a lecture by Nina Paley, an illustrator, who was invited to lecture…
Below is my column on on the new allegations of perjury by Michael Cohen after his testimony in the…
I am happy to announce the publication of my latest law review article, The Unfinished Masterpiece: Compulsion and the Evolving Jurisprudence…
Below is my column in The Messenger on the view of diplomats in the Biden Administration that the President is…
We have been discussing the nationwide effort to disqualify former President Donald Trump from ballots in key states under a…
The Internet has erupted over another reposting by former president Donald Trump. Trump reposted a supporter’s “fantasy” of executing a…
In an interview with The Verge Editor-in-Chief Nilay Patel, former President Barack Obama once again claimed that he is virtually…
Yesterday, the students of day and evening torts were honored by a lecture from the leading American expert on animal…
There is a palpable level of panic that seems to have taken hold of Washington this week. Establishment figures are…
Below is my column in The Hill on the long-awaited interview of Special Counsel David Weiss with House investigators. As…
Yesterday, we discussed NBC’s bizarre comparison of Hunter Biden’s multimillion dollar alleged influence peddling to Nikki Haley’s daughter’s use of…
Below is my column in the Messenger on the issuance of House subpoenas to the Biden family, including Hunter Biden.…
We have often discussed (and even marveled at) the determined effort of mainstream media to ignore the evidence of a…
The rivals for the Republican presidential nomination — minus Donald Trump — appeared at a “faith and family” event and talked in more personal terms.
Former President Donald J. Trump and his allies are not doing much to reassure those worried about his autocratic instincts. If anything, they seem to be leaning into the predictions.
The Iowa Republican Party reminded supporters that only residents can vote in the first-in-the-nation caucuses, which will be held on Jan. 15.
Current and former European diplomats said there was growing concern a second Trump presidency could mean an American retreat from the continent and a gutting of NATO.
Republicans have been attacking elite universities for years. After a tense congressional hearing last week, many on the left are joining them.
From the halls of Congress to America’s streets and universities, a once largely academic issue has roiled national discourse, inciting accusations of bigotry and countercharges of bullying.
A federal jury will be selected to decide how much Rudolph Giuliani should pay for spreading lies about two Georgia election workers as he fought to keep Donald Trump in office.
Communities across the U.S. are fueling a secondary arms market by giving seized and surrendered guns to disposal services that destroy one part and resell the rest.
As fighting surged in the territory, Arab leaders condemned the move as a “mark of shame,” one that will haunt the United States for years.
In her first campaign stop since Wednesday’s heated Republican debate, Ms. Haley suggested that fierce criticism from her opponents continued to not be worth her time.
The president openly attacked his predecessor, former President Donald J. Trump, deploying direct criticism he has frequently avoided, at an event announcing billions for high-speed rail service.
The Biden administration is pressing Israel to do more to protect civilians. But it has not publicly discussed any consequences if it does not.
The charges against the president’s son may add momentum to the investigation just as House Republicans are holding a vote to formally authorize it, but they do nothing to implicate President Biden.
The gunman, who carried out the deadliest high school shooting in the history of the state, will not be eligible for parole.
Kenneth Chesebro, an architect of the plan to deploy people claiming to be Trump electors in states won by President Biden, is cooperating with inquiries in Michigan, Arizona and Nevada.
Bipartisan efforts to extend and expand a program granting compensation to victims of government-caused nuclear contamination are faltering. It is set to expire in June.
The decision largely left in place an order limiting what the former president can say about his upcoming federal trial but allowed him more leeway to criticize Jack Smith, the special counsel.
The National Retail Federation had said that nearly half of the industry’s $94.5 billion in missing merchandise in 2021 was the result of organized theft. It was likely closer to 5 percent, experts say.
When the U.S.’s largest Spanish-language network ran a friendly interview with the former president, Democrats cried foul. Executives say they’re seeking more balance.
The news network said it would host a Republican primary debate in New Hampshire at Saint Anselm College. That was news to Saint Anselm.
Split over the leadership of Sam Altman, board members and executives turned on one another. Their brawl exposed the cracks at the heart of the A.I. movement.
Two- and three-wheeled vehicles, used by billions of people, are moving away from fossil fuels to batteries faster than cars in countries that have made the energy transition a priority.
Although check usage has declined in the last couple of decades, check fraud has risen sharply, creating a problem for banks — and customers trying to pay their bills.
One reason this fraud is rampant: Open forums where anyone can buy checks that thieves have taken from the mail.
Jones was banned from the social media platform in 2018 after posting harassing messages.
Workers are asking employers to respond to rising Islamophobia and antisemitism. But office discussions about religion are complicated.
The programs and the incentives that come with them will be critical for retailers hoping to attract cash-strapped customers over the next month.
After three years of less foot traffic and less spending, things are looking up this year, even if it’s not 2019 again.
Investors who want to lock in safe income may be hurt over the long haul if they don’t also hold stocks, our columnist says.
Pro sports franchises are increasingly providing much of their value as anchors for larger business enterprises, including entertainment complexes.
Her solution? A packaging business that sells ideas for commercial genre fiction featuring characters from broadly diverse backgrounds.
Communities across the U.S. are fueling a secondary arms market by giving seized and surrendered guns to disposal services that destroy one part and resell the rest.
As a radio journalist committed to the goal of representing all voices, she fought to tell the stories of Latino communities in the Americas.
A federal agency said the deaths and more than 2,000 emergency-room visits have been tied to pea-size magnets that are easily ingested.
The attacks, once unthinkable, could upend how a suite of agencies including the F.T.C. and the S.E.C. enforce rules.
The annual U.N. talks have brought the rare spectacle of demonstrations to the United Arab Emirates, the oil producer hosting the conference.
Why do employers think freelance equals full time, all the time?
The telehealth company, which sold teeth alignment devices to two million customers, was unprofitable and had been criticized by medical groups.
The agreement over the A.I. Act solidifies one of the world’s first comprehensive attempts to limit the use of artificial intelligence.
The presidents of Harvard, the University of Pennsylvania and M.I.T. came under fire after dodging questions about their policies.
After the coffeehouse chain proposed terms for contract negotiations, Workers United, which represents 9,000 employees, said it was open to productive steps.
There is no clear path for African patients to get access to the treatments, which have multimillion-dollar price tags and are highly complex to manufacture and deliver.
The National Retail Federation had said that nearly half of the industry’s $94.5 billion in missing merchandise in 2021 was the result of organized theft. It was likely closer to 5 percent, experts say.
When the U.S.’s largest Spanish-language network ran a friendly interview with the former president, Democrats cried foul. Executives say they’re seeking more balance.
The company has disciplined union supporters and fired one in recent weeks, ahead of a trial that will weigh their right to interact with co-workers.
Workers who load and unload cargo planes at DHL’s hub near Cincinnati walked out after months of negotiations failed to produce a contract.
The news network said it would host a Republican primary debate in New Hampshire at Saint Anselm College. That was news to Saint Anselm.
The Times’s economics team is looking for reader input on what you’re going through financially and what you see in your community.
Cashless tolls have reduced traffic jams, but they can also lead to hefty bills for out-of-state drivers. One piece of advice: Promptly pay the bill you get in the mail.
The heads of Harvard, M.I.T. and the University of Pennsylvania are under pressure after testifying to Congress about antisemitism on campus.
Ajay Banga, who took over the top job in June, has prioritized global warming issues in his first months on the job.
Interest rate increases have taken the edge off labor demand, but unemployment dipped in November, and wages rose more than expected.
Many of the most popular channels have largely ditched original dramas and comedies, morphing into vessels for endless reruns.
Not everyone wants to rocket down a mountain on skis. But hot chocolate by a warm fire in a snug inn is another story. Here are six hotels in snowy settings.
Changpeng Zhao, better known as CZ, faces as much as 18 months in prison after he pleaded guilty to federal money-laundering violations.
China misjudged the rapid expansion of its electric vehicle sector, leaving a shortfall of skilled technicians as young people shun manufacturing careers.
In a letter, Yellow’s management said an effort to buy the company and revive its operations by an executive from a different trucking firm was “not viable.”
In her Mexico City visit, Treasury Secretary Janet L. Yellen sought to deepen economic ties while countering drug trafficking.
A coalition of Catholic nuns claim that the gun maker is putting itself at risk by selling the AR-15-style rifles. The company’s C.E.O. called it a “frivolous lawsuit.”
Republican legislators argue that the Biden administration has been ill-equipped and unmotivated in a technology fight with Beijing.
The government said a group linked to Russia’s intelligence service carried out sustained operations to undermine trust in Britain’s political system.
A law to require disclosure of corporate ownership takes effect Jan. 1. Small businesses and banks say it would be too burdensome and are turning to lobbying and the courts to delay or block it.
The police in London said the 39-year-old “was disruptive and had sexually assaulted other passengers and crew.”
The 24-hour strike is the first walkout at The Post since the 1970s, union leaders said.
Wall Street will closely watch Friday’s nonfarm payrolls report, which could influence the Federal Reserve’s next move on borrowing costs.
New York’s Bellevue Hospital performs thousands of the lucrative surgeries a year, even on Rikers Island prisoners and other inappropriate patients.
The action began with a walkout by mechanics in October, but has spread to include blockades by other unions. Tesla has pushed back through the courts.
Other governments, particularly in Europe, are trying to counter the Biden administration’s industrial policies with their own incentives.
The arrival of Krispy Kreme in France is just the latest advance in a decades-long invasion by U.S. fast food in the land of Michelin chefs and long leisurely meals.
After staving off collapse by cutting costs, many young tech companies are out of options, fueling a cash bonfire.
Even leaders who usually display unrestrained confidence expressed anxiety about the state of the world.
Sanjay Shah had been pursued by Danish authorities, who said he was behind a scheme to steal $1.3 billion from the national coffers.
Where do you fall on the doom scale — is artificial intelligence a threat to humankind? And if so, how high is the risk?
Participants in a task force on artificial intelligence at the DealBook Summit grappled with how to balance oversight of the technology with innovation.
Journalists are facing “deep fakes,” sagging trust, global unrest and an unprecedented Trump campaign being run “from the courthouse steps.”
Should something change about the way news is gathered, reported and shared? Participants in a task force at the DealBook Summit considered that, and more.
People from all types of backgrounds have become stars — and it’s a trend that’s expected to get even bigger and make them even richer in years to come.
The agreement over the A.I. Act solidifies one of the world’s first comprehensive attempts to limit the use of artificial intelligence.
After staving off collapse by cutting costs, many young tech companies are out of options, fueling a cash bonfire.
Videos from Elijah Wood, Mike Tyson and others have been used — unknowingly to them, it seems — in social media posts and Russian news coverage critical of Ukraine’s leader.
Like the Cybertruck, this podcast is bulletproof.
The eccentric pro-tech movement known as “Effective Accelerationism” wants to unshackle powerful A.I., and party along the way.
Jones was banned from the social media platform in 2018 after posting harassing messages.
Two- and three-wheeled vehicles, used by billions of people, are moving away from fossil fuels to batteries faster than cars in countries that have made the energy transition a priority.
A mix of prominent tech industry figures and people not well known outside the A.I. community played big roles in the upheaval at the company.
Split over the leadership of Sam Altman, board members and executives turned on one another. Their brawl exposed the cracks at the heart of the A.I. movement.
Changpeng Zhao, better known as CZ, faces as much as 18 months in prison after he pleaded guilty to federal money-laundering violations.
A “muon shot” aims to study the basic forces of the cosmos. But meager federal budgets could limit its ambitions.
With $42 million, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Colorado State University and the University of Rochester will work on studies to tap into a bountiful energy source.
Republican legislators argue that the Biden administration has been ill-equipped and unmotivated in a technology fight with Beijing.
The government said a group linked to Russia’s intelligence service carried out sustained operations to undermine trust in Britain’s political system.
The action began with a walkout by mechanics in October, but has spread to include blockades by other unions. Tesla has pushed back through the courts.
The move is part of an effort to make the app more like WhatsApp and iMessage. Law enforcement authorities say the privacy makes it harder to track criminals.
Sony said that the Discovery shows, including “MythBusters” and “Deadliest Catch,” would be deleted from the devices on Dec. 31, citing “content licensing arrangements with content providers.”
There is little agreement among regulators and lawmakers around the world on how artificial intelligence should — or even could — be controlled.
After more than eight months of research and development, Google has unveiled its most powerful A.I. so far. But only parts of it are widely available.
Alarmed by the power of artificial intelligence, Europe, the United States and others are trying to respond — but the technology is evolving more rapidly than their policies.
The shows will finish out their seasons on Spotify and then have the option to shop their shows somewhere else.
The cryptocurrency has gained roughly 150 percent this year, as investors bet that regulators will soon approve the first spot exchange-traded fund that is designed to track the price of Bitcoin.
The sleep and meditation app Calm released a new story featuring the late actor’s signature drawl — or a computer-generated version of it.
With machine learning, scientists are trying to chemically define the murky concept of terroir. The models might be useful for detecting wine fraud.
ChatGPT’s release a year ago triggered a desperate scramble among tech companies and alarm from some of the people who helped invent it.
People with chronic problems after falls and car crashes scored better on cognition tests after getting a brain implant, a new study found.
Good afternoon everyone and welcome back to TFB’s Silencer Saturday brought to you by Yankee Hill Machine, manufacturers of the new YHM R45 Multi-Host Suppressor. Last week we got a look at the Knight’s Armament QDC/MCQ-PRT 5.56mm rifle suppressor, This week we get a look at one of the most anticipated AR-15 suppressors in many […] Read More … The post SILENCER SATURDAY #307: The SureFire SOCOM RC3 Suppressor appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Join James Reeves as he meets with Black Trident in Austria to talk about concealed carry in Europe. Together, they delve into the top 5 most popular carry guns in Europe, using sales data from Black Trident’s holster line. This conversation reveals surprising trends and preferences in the European firearms market. Discover which models from […] Read More … The post The Top 5 Carry Guns in Europe! appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
This is a review of the Pulsar Thermion DUO DXP50 Multispectral Scope, which is one of the coolest riflescopes I have ever used. You could probably buy the DUO, and never ever have to own anything else. The 4K CMOS day camera replaces your ordinary optical sight and does a good enough job for almost […] Read More … The post TFB Review: Pulsar Thermion DUO DXP50 Daytime & Thermal Riflescope appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Top of the morning, afternoon or night wherever you may be, and welcome to our Photo Of The Day! Today we have pictures from Keris MAREX, a bilateral exercise led by the U.S. Marine Corps and the KORMAR (Indonesian Marine Corps). The exercise includes a variety of training evolutions such as patrolling, close-quarters battle and […] Read More … The post POTD: U.S. Marine Corps in Keris Marine Exercise 2023 appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Welcome back to another weekly Friday Night Lights. Last week we took a look at some interesting grips from Wilcox but today we take a look at the new night vision housing from InfiRay called the J-31 or Jerry-31. Big thanks to Custom Night Vision for letting me borrow this unit for this review. More InfiRay […] Read More … The post Friday Night Lights: InfiRay J-31 Binocular Night Vision Device appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Ever wanted a G3-pattern rifle with the familiar controls of an AR? Ever wished your AR-10 could feed from G3 mags? Well, 21st TEC have you covered with their TEC-GIII. The rifle is available in both 6.5 Creedmoor and .308 Winchester, weighs in at 8.5 lbs, has 20in barrels and feeds from 20-round G3 mags. MSRP […] Read More … The post TEC-GIII Rifle – An AR10 That Takes G3 Magazines appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Armasight has announced the Sidekick 640 Mini Thermal Monocular, intended for handheld use or helmet mounting. The thermal sensor is 12 micron, 640 pixels, 60 Hz, which is displayed on a 1024×768 OLED display. The user interface is through a three-button control, and the display can run several color palettes. The unit is light, only 384 grams, […] Read More … The post Armasight Announces Handheld Sidekick 640 Mini Thermal Monocular appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Swampfox have introduced a pair of new red dot optics: the Liberty II and Justice II. These second generation red dots are machined from 7075-T6 aluminum and have a matte hard anodizing finish. Both are powered by a CR1632 battery. The Justice II has a 30mm lens, 6 MOA dot or multi-reticle while the Liberty […] Read More … The post Liberty & Justice for All: New Swampfox Second – Generation Dot Sights appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Earlier this year NIOA acquired Barrett Firearms and now they are looking to expand their reach in the US by taking up a tenancy at the US Army’s Picatinny Arsenal which is home to the Army’s Joint Centre of Excellence for ammunition and weapons. Here’s NIOA’s announcement in full: The NIOA Group has taken up a […] Read More … The post NIOA Announces Picatinny Arsenal Tenancy appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
At the very end of August, I had the extreme pleasure of going on a tour at the Silencer Cental headquarters where all of the quiet magic happens. Silencer Central formerly Dakota Silencers has been delivering silence for over 15 years (closing in on 20!). They are arguably the largest silencer company out there and […] Read More … The post Silencer Central Tour 2023 – Where All The Quiet Magic Happens appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
You’re watching and reading TFB’s Photo Of The Day. It’s very unusual to see such a short sniper rifle as this Victrix Armaments Pugio V. The caliber is .308 Win and the barrel length is only 16″. Pugio seems to mean a dagger, especially the kind used by the Ancient Romans, which makes sense with regard […] Read More … The post POTD: Victrix Armaments Pugio V appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Welcome back to another episode of Concealed Carry Corner. Last week, we talked about some concealed carry examples from three different people who are drastically different but all carry a concealed firearm. If you happened to miss that article, be sure to click the link here to check it out. This week, I want to […] Read More … The post Concealed Carry Corner: The Good and Bad of Winter Carry appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
The new FN Smart ProtectoR-303T is a less-lethal launcher with built-in electro-wizardry that prevents it from taking headshots. The post Riot Guns Get Smart: FN Smart ProtectoR-303T Avoids Lethal Headshots appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
It might seem like a joke at first but this new product from XTech is actually pretty handy for a few reasons. The XTech MTX+0 doesn’t add any ammunition to your standard 10-round factory magazines, but it does add grip length to make the gun a lot easier to shoot for those with larger hands. […] Read More … The post This Mag Extension Adds Zero Rounds – The XTech MTX 365 +0 appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
The reloading world is constantly expanding despite several upsets over the decades that have left many wanting for components like primers and projectiles. Now that things seem to more or less be going back to normal in terms of availability of components, it’s nice that Hodgdon released the new Hodgdon 2024 Annual Manual. This yearly […] Read More … The post Get the Latest Load Data in The Hodgdon 2024 Annual Reloading Manual appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
With Christmas just around the corner, a couple of the TFB Staff and friends got together and brainstormed some last-minute stocking stuffers, gifts, and things to do this holiday season for your friends and loved ones. Today the guys and I share what we’d love to get for Christmas, what gifts we’ve given in the […] Read More … The post TFB Behind The Gun Podcast #95: Gun Guy Christmas Gift Brainstorming appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Anderson Manufacturing has been upping its game lately. Once known as one of, if not the cheapest AR maker on the scene, they have branched out to new product lines and noticeably improved their quality control. I recently reviewed their A4 Short Rifle, essentially an M-16A4 clone but with an 18” barrel. Well, that kind […] Read More … The post TFB Review: Anderson Manufacturing Dissipator appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
For today’s Photo Of The Day, we have pictures of another Cabot Guns masterpiece, the Veritas & Aequitas 1911 pistol. This one-of-one custom-commissioned pistol was two years in the making. The words Veritas (truth) and Aequitas (justice) are engraved on the sides of the slide which along with the frame is made of stainless Damascus steel. Like […] Read More … The post POTD: Cabot Veritas & Aequitas Pistol appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
It is pretty rare nowadays that a firearm manufacturer surprises me anymore. Some revolver companies will yell, “Look! We put a rail on ours so now you can add a red dot!” Well, we have been clamoring for more red dot ready revolvers for years. No surprise here because my preferred pronouns are accept/red dots. […] Read More … The post Wheelgun Wednesday: Super Redhawk 22 Hornet! Who Approved This?!? appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Probably the most significant bolt action rifle release by Steyr Arms this year was the Scout II, the updated version of the Steyr Scout rifle. However, besides the Scout II, Steyr Arms introduced a couple of other bolt action rifle products – a new version of the Monobloc rifle called Monobloc Compact and a completely […] Read More … The post New Steyr GAMS Bolt Action Rifle appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
The new Extar EP9 Carbine is a familiar platform, adding a stock and longer barrel to the old EP9 large-frame semi-auto pistol. The post Extar EP9 Carbine: Pistol Grows into a PCC appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Savage Arms have introduced another Accu product line – a new suppressor series called AccuCan. The AccuCan family of suppressors currently has three members – AC338, AC30 and AC22. The numbers in the model names indicate the calibers each of these suppressors is designed for. All three Savage cans are serviceable direct thread suppressors with […] Read More … The post Savage Arms AccuCan Suppressor Line appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
In this episode of TFBTV, Luke C (@BallisticAviation) dives into the Springfield Model 2020 Rimfire Target Rifle, chambered in 22LR. Released in the early summer of 2023, the Model 2020 Rimfire is the first offering that Springfield has made in the rimfire category in a long time and they’re claiming that in the hands of a […] Read More … The post Springfield’s NEW Model 2020 Rimfire Target appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
The days of the old “levels” of body armor are coming to an end. Finally, the National Institute of Justice released their long-awaited new armor classification guide. Let’s take a look at NIJ 0101.07 and NIJ 0123.00 to see what the new ratings look like.  Body Armor Articles @ TFB: New Rifle-Rated Plates for Women […] Read More … The post NIJ Releases New Classifications For Body Armor appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Photo Of The Day – where it seems that we’re the intended targets. Beware of incoming fire! Lance Corporal Emmanuel J. Pierre, rifleman, Guard Company, Marine Barracks Washington, engages his target at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., Nov 13, 2023. The Marines rehearsed for a live-fire stagnant squad-level attack, with heavy equipment employment and executed live-fire […] Read More … The post POTD: Live-Fire Drills With Heavy Equipment appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Before we get started I’d like to point out as of right now this is purely speculation based off of what we’re seeing currently in the market. A few days ago at the start of December, Vista Outdoors, the principal owner of several popular brands of ammunition, powders, and primers, announced a price increase due […] Read More … The post Is A Global Gunpowder Shortage Coming In 2024? appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
One of the most popular brands of firearm (and bicycle) tools on the market has added a new option to its already extensive lineup of handy tools. Fix It Sticks has just announced the introduction of its new Hardcase Rifle and Optics toolkit which combines tools you’ll need to properly setup a rifle or fine-tune […] Read More … The post New Hardcase Rifle and Optics Toolkit from Fix It Sticks appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Magpul has a new, affordable stock for the standard Ruger 10/22. The new MOE X-22 stock adds the features we have come to expect from Magpul to the run-of-the-mill 10/22. It is a whole lot of stock for under $70. Magpul @ TFB: TFB Review: Magpul DAKA V800 GRID Organizer – Initial Impressions New DAKA […] Read More … The post The New Budget-friendly Magpul MOE X-22 Stock Is Here appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Additive Manufacturing, more commonly known as 3D Printing, is becoming increasingly mainstream in the production of firearms components and accessories. We’ve already seen commercial attempts at manufacturing polymer 3D-printed suppressors and now, thanks to Forerunner 3D Printing, we can see how 3D-printed nylon survives a couple of hundreds of rimfire rounds. More 3D Printed Silencers […] Read More … The post Destructive Testing of a 3D-Printed Nylon Suppressor appeared first on The Fi
Springfield Armory’s expansive line of Hellcat models has a new bundle option. This Sportsman’s Warehouse exclusive Hellcat Pro model adds several accessories from Viridian. One unique new item in that bundle is the Viridian CTL light, which has not been seen previously. Springfield Armory @ TFB: 3 FREE Mags & Range Bag! Springfield Armory Gear […] Read More … The post New Sportsman’s Warehouse Exclusive Hellcat Pro Viridian Package appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
We’re back again with another roundup of fresh firearms-focused podcasts in TFB Podcast Roundup 111. 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 111: December 4th Roundup appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Photo Of The Day – the best online place to view the coolest images of firearms and soldiers. Here we’re aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70), watching a live fire exercise somewhere in the Philippine Sea. The handguns are the good old M9 service pistols. The Vinson is the flagship of Carrier […] Read More … The post POTD: M9 Live Fire Exercise – Nimitz-class Aircraft Carrier USS Carl Vinson 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 its many types of guns, ammo, shooting sports, history, and more! Last week we got knee-deep into combination guns and their heavy use of 22LR. While we specifically took a look at the Savage Model […] Read More … The post The Rimfire Report: The Discontinued (again) Springfield M6 Scout appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
The Civilian Marksmanship Program has teased some of the upcoming 2024 rule changes. One of the biggest changes is a category of newer rifles in the Vintage Sniper Match. Let’s speculate on what those might be. More Competition Shooting @ TFB: CMP Adds Mid-Range Events To National Matches Getting Started in CMP Service Rifle Competition […] Read More … The post CMP To Add More Modern Rifles To Vintage Sniper Competitions appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
SIG Sauer’s latest generation of the MCX now has its own Rattler model. The MCX-Rattler LT combines the features of the LT family with the compact size of the Rattler. How does it differ from earlier Rattlers? Let’s find out. SIG Sauer @ TFB: Danish National Police Select SIG Sauer P320 To Replace HK USP […] Read More … The post New SIG Sauer MCX-Rattler LT appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Walther has a new competition model. The new PDP Match Steel Frame builds on the existing Match polymer frame model but adds a steel frame (hence the name). Let’s see what other features it has. Walther @ TFB: Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Adopts Walther PDP Video: Walther PDP-F Review The Rimfire Report: […] Read More … The post Walther Releases PDP Match Steel Frame appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Welcome to TFB Weekly Web Deals 73: Christmas is just around the corner and the more forward-thinking of us have probably already completed all of their Christmas shopping well in advance, and or are pretty much finished with it at this point. For the rest of us, we’re probably all still looking for things our […] Read More … The post TFB Weekly Web Deals 73: Early Bird(shot) Christmas Shopping appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Is this Glock’s best pistol ever? James thinks so. In this episode of TFBTV, James​⁠ is at Glock USA HQ in Smyrna for the reveal and review of the new Glock 49. The Glock 49 Gen 5 MOS 9mm is the newest addition to the Glock lineup. Officially released to the commercial market, the Glock […] Read More … The post Glock Finally Releases the Pistol We’ve All Asked For: The Glock 49 Review 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 new YHM R45 Multi-Host Suppressor. Last week we paused briefly for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. This week we get to spend some time with the KAC QDC MCQ-PRT ultra compact 5.56mm suppressor. Can a 4″ silencer […] Read More … The post SILENCER SATURDAY #306: The KAC QDC MCQ-PRT Ultra Compact 5.56mm Suppressor appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Welcome back to another TFB Review. In the world of modern 45 ACP pistols, there have been several offerings, but with the new release of the FN 545, this pistol looks like a push forward when it comes to 45 ACP and the 510 model in 10mm. I was intrigued by the 545 when I […] Read More … The post TFB Review: The New FN 545 Tactical appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
A new day, and another Photo Of The Day for your viewing pleasure. Today we take a look at German soldiers deployed to Kosovo, as part of the German National Support Element. Here they conduct a US Army weapons qualification on Falcon Range, in Camp Bondsteel, Kosovo, 2023. The German soldiers who participated in the […] Read More … The post POTD: German Soldiers Deployed to Kosovo – Falcon Range appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
It is Friday night and you know what that means here at The Firearm Blog, it is FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS! Earlier we took a look at an obsolete weapon-mounted laser that has gained notoriety in Hollywood sci-fi films. Well, today we look at some more antiquated and obsolete technology from Wilcox Industries. Specifically, Wilcox Grips […] Read More … The post Friday Night Lights: Wilcox Grips – Nightstalker PowerGrip & Ultimate Control Grip appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Remington will shut down its factory in Ilion, New York in early March of 2024. Production will move to its Georgia facility. The post Remington to End its Production in Ilion, New York appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Magtech Ammunition is introducing new, lower-priced Steel Case 9mm pistol ammunition. Developed over a two-year period, this Magtech should be better than traditional steel case offerings as Magtech will handle production in-house using proprietary machinery and will incorporate the same Boxer primers and the same powder and projectiles used in Magtech’s standard brass case 9mm. A […] Read More … The post Magtech Introducing (Cheap and Good?) Steel Case Ammunition appeared first on The F
Savage introduces the KLYM series of rifles, based on either the 110 or Impulse actions, and collaborations with PROOF Research and Fine Ballistic Tools. The post Savage Introduces Lightweight KLYM Rifles appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Today marks the official launch of Barrett’s newest rifle, the MRADELR.  Designed for Extreme Long Range (ELR) shooters, the MRADELR is a larger version of the existing MRAD chambered in .416 Barrett. Barrett was kind enough to send us the press release and answer questions about their newest extreme long-range offering. Barrett Introduces New MRADELR […] Read More … The post Barrett Introduces New MRADELR Rifle appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Welcome back to Part 2 of my Springfield Armory Hellion 20-inch review. Part 1 was more of a first look at this gun than a full review. It was a quick-turn piece timed for the announcement date of the new Hellion rather than an in-depth piece. Now that I have spent more time with the […] Read More … The post TFB Review: Springfield Armory Hellion 20-inch (Part 2) appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Welcome to our Photo Of The Day! Today we have some great images of one of the hottest accessories at the moment – the Vortex Optics Impact 4000 Ballistic Rail-Mounted Laser Rangefinder. These images were captured and edited by Justin at Holt Works Photography. Shoot farther, faster, and more precise. For long-range competitors and open-country […] Read More … The post POTD: Vortex Optics Impact 4000 Ballistic Rail-Mounted Laser Rangefinder appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Welcome back to another edition of Concealed Carry Corner. Last time, we talked about the most overlooked problems when carrying a concealed firearm. If you happened to miss that article, be sure to click the link here to take a look at it. This week, I wanted to take a closer look at three different […] Read More … The post Concealed Carry Corner: Everyday Carry Examples appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Smith & Wesson just released a new edition of the M&P with the Performance Center Metal M&P9 M2.0, featuring an OD green Cerakote finish, Faxon compensator and suppressor height sights. The new Performance Center Metal framed M&P9 kit will also include two 23-round and two 17-round magazines, optics mounting plates, a karambit knife and a […] Read More … The post NEW S&W Performance Center Metal M&P9 M2.0 Pistol- Spec Series Kit appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Maven Optics has announced the introduction of two new pieces of glass that may pique your interest in their new Maven RS1.2 2.5-15x44mm riflescope and Maven S.3 20-40x67mm spotting scope. Both of these are premium models, like nearly everything from Maven Optics, boasting better quality at better prices due to their Direct-to-Consumer / No Mark-Up […] Read More … The post New Maven RS1.2 2.5-15x44mm Riflescope & S.3 20-40x67mm Spotting appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
That headline is not clickbait or a joke. Langdon Tactical Technologies actually did it. Though it may have started as their 2022 April Fool’s joke, it has now come to fruition. So what makes this mouse gun so interesting? Let’s take a look. Beretta @ TFB: TFB Review: A Female View On The Beretta Ladies […] Read More … The post Langdon Tactical Reveals Optics Ready Beretta Tomcat appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
I hope all of you had a great Thanksgiving weekend! This week’s episode of TFB’s Behind The Gun Podcast is a special one, mostly just to share what we’re all thankful for here. I’ve gathered some comments from some of the crew of TFB as well as our sister sites, and in today’s 94th episode […] Read More … The post TFB Behind The Gun Podcast #94: A Happy Thanksgiving to All appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
The SIG Sauer P320 XTEN Endure is here in limited production. With an all-weather Cerakote finish, outdoorsmen may want this for wilderness protection. The post SIG Sauer P320 XTEN Endure: All-Weather, Limited-Production Firepower appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Sightron is the newest entrant in the world of purpose-built competition service rifle scopes. Their S-Tac 1-4.5×24 SR-1 is not a general-purpose low-power variable optic. It is meant for standard bullseye targets at NRA or CMP matches. I spent a summer shooting it in competitions to see how it performs, and it is time to […] Read More … The post TFB Review: Sightron S-Tac 1-4.5×24 SR-1 Service Rifle Scope appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Unusual, is one way to describe our Photo Of The Day. Above we have the Heckler & Koch SFP9 Match Sport, looking like it’s been X-rayed. It’s a 9×19 mm pistol with a 15-round capacity, pre-cocked striker-fired, with a single-action trigger. Here’s how H&K describe their SFP9: The SFP9 Match OR is the alpha for […] Read More … The post POTD: Heckler & Koch SFP9 Match Sport appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
The Taurus Judge, in my estimation, might be one of the most misunderstood, overhyped, and underrated revolvers ever made. Are they meant for shooting snakes in the South, or grouse in the sticks up North, or masked muggers in Chicago? Nobody knows. All of the above? This wheelgun can moonlight as nearly anything you want it […] Read More … The post Wheelgun Wednesday: Taurus Judge Home Defender or Fake Pretender? appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
HEVI-Shot Ammunition is always trickling out new SKUs and offerings of shotgun shells in their relentless pursuit of getting more payload downrange and on target. Their newest shells to market a singular blend of HEVI-Hammer in 12 Gauge 3 1/2″ #2 shot. Meant to deliver 85% more payload than its competitors, it could be a must-have […] Read More … The post HEVI-Shot Ammo Introduces New HEVI-Hammer 12 Gauge Waterfowl appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Straight-wall cartridges are getting a lot of press in recent years because our powers that be – in their infinite wisdom – believe that if a rifle casing is straight on its edge, that will be safer for everyone who is hunting in the surrounding area (I cannot believe we’re entertaining conversations like this, but I […] Read More … The post Federal Ammunition Unveils NEW Power-Shok 360 Buckhammer Offerings appeared first on The Firearm Blog.