"I am a firm believer in the people. If given the truth, they can be depended upon to meet any national crisis. The great point is to bring them the real facts." -- Abraham Lincoln, American president, 1861-1865

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A Turks and Caicos court confirmed that Ryan Watson was granted $15,000 bail on Tuesday for the ammunition possession charge

An Oklahoma man is facing up to 12 years in prison for having ammunition in his carry-on bag at a Turks and Caicos airport, according to a GoFundMe page for his family.

UT Austin President Jay Hartzell issued a statement late Wednesday following a day of anti-Israel protests on campus.

Hartzell called it a “challenging day for many” filled with a “lot of emotion.” He said UT Austin enforced the rules while protecting free speech

Irrefutably: Celebrity Trainer Suggests Trans-Identifying Male Athletes Should Be Banned From Competing Against Women unewsy

Former “Biggest Loser” trainer Jillian Michaels said the data “irrefutably” shows that trans-identifying male athletes should be banned from competing against girls and women in sports if fairness is paramount.

NYC Mayor Harassed On Plane Over Support For Israel unewsy

A pro-Palestinian passenger berated Democratic New York City Mayor Eric Adams, slamming him over his support for Israel, as he flew home from Miami after speaking at the 2024 Concordia Americas Summit.

The Daily Show Takes A Bite Out Of Bidens Uncle Bosie Story: Would A Cannibal Even Eat People Out Of A Wreck? unewsy

“The Daily Show” took a bite out of President Joe Biden’s recent claim that his uncle Ambrose Finnegan — “Uncle Bosie” — might have been eaten by cannibals after his plane went down during World War II.

House Dem Centrists Push For Border Security After Biden Signs Foreign Aid Bill unewsy

A group of centrist House Democrats called on President Joe Biden and Congress to take steps toward securing the U.S.-Mexico border on Wednesday.

Reps. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez (D-WA), Jared Golden (D-ME), Mary Pelto

Arizona House Passes Bill To Repeal 1864 Abortion Law unewsy

The Arizona state House voted on Wednesday to repeal the 160-year-old abortion ban that is slated to go into effect after the state’s Supreme Court upheld the law that protects unborn babies from nearly all abortions.

Reggie Bush Gets His Heisman Trophy Back unewsy

Former NFL player Reggie Bush has his Heisman Trophy back following “fundamental changes in college athletics” after he forfeited it 14 years ago due to NCAA sanctions at the time for the University of Southern California.