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In a tragic incident in Houston, attorney Jeffrey Limmer was fatally shot by Anthony Martin Landry following a dispute at a local McDonald’s. The altercation began when Landry, apparently dissatisfied with his order, demanded a refund and subsequently became aggressive. Limmer, present at the scene, attempted to deescalate the situation, which unfortunately escalated outside the restaurant. The conflict turned violent in the parking lot, where it is reported that after a physical altercation, Landry pushed Limmer to the ground, retrieved a firearm from his vehicle, and shot the attorney multiple times, leading to his death at the scene. Following the…

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A FedEx delivery driver in New York City was terminated from his job after being captured on video by UFC President Dana White, who observed the driver carelessly throwing packages into his delivery truck. The incident occurred as White, a prominent figure in the mixed martial arts community, was touring the city and noticed the driver’s handling of the parcels. The video, recorded by White, shows the driver tossing more than a dozen boxes into the back of the FedEx truck in a manner reminiscent of shooting basketballs. White humorously commented on the scene, joking about the delivery service’s handling…

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Former President Donald Trump has publicly challenged President Joe Biden to a debate, leveraging his social media platform, Truth Social, to communicate his readiness. In a post styled as a “letter to Joe,” Trump expressed his eagerness to engage in a presidential debate, proposing potential venues such as Washington D.C. or New York City. This challenge follows remarks made by President Biden on the Howard Stern Show, where he expressed his willingness to debate Trump, the presumptive 2024 Republican presidential nominee. Trump’s post emphasized his flexibility on the location and timing, indicating a willingness to debate “anywhere that you are.”…

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A 16-year-old boy has been arrested in New York City for defacing a World War I memorial dedicated to the 107th United States Infantry. The incident, which involved spray-painting the word “Gaza” in red across the monument’s base, occurred near Central Park on the Upper East Side. NYPD Deputy Commissioner of Operations Kaz Daughtry shared images of the arrest on X (formerly Twitter), with the teenager’s face blurred. Despite initial reports suggesting the teen’s father had turned him in, NYPD later credited the arrest to effective police work and assistance from a school safety agent. The incident took place as…

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During a White House ceremony honoring the WNBA champions Las Vegas Aces, President Joe Biden made an awkward error by referring to the recently retired basketball star Candace Parker as one of the greatest coaches. Parker, a renowned player, has never held a coaching position. The event, which took place on Thursday, was intended to celebrate the Aces’ championship victory over the New York Liberty in a four-game series during the previous season. President Biden, while acknowledging Parker’s illustrious career in basketball, mistakenly attributed coaching accolades to her. Parker, noted for her impressive playing career that spans 16 seasons, two…

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In California, mounting frustration among Democrats is palpable as they scrutinize Governor Gavin Newsom’s handling of the state’s homelessness crisis. A central point of contention is the inability of the California Interagency Council on Homelessness (CICH) to demonstrate the effectiveness of the over $20 billion allocated to combat homelessness over the past five years. During a recent budget committee hearing, Democratic Assemblymember Phil Ting criticized state housing and homelessness officials for their lack of concrete data on the impact of their expenditures. “You come to a budget committee, and there’s no numbers,” Ting lamented. “How many people have we helped?…

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has declared that Israel is prepared to “stand alone” in its efforts to combat Hamas if necessary. This strong statement came in response to President Joe Biden’s warning that the U.S. might withhold military support if Israel proceeds with a planned invasion of Rafah in Gaza. Netanyahu’s remarks underscore a potentially significant shift in U.S.-Israel relations amidst escalating tensions in the region. In a public video message, Netanyahu drew parallels between the current situation and the 1948 Israeli War of Independence, reminding viewers of Israel’s historical resilience in the face of international arms embargoes. He…

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President Joe Biden’s recent comments in a CNN interview, where he claimed that Americans “have the money to spend” despite ongoing inflation, have sparked significant backlash. Critics are labeling him as out of touch with the economic realities faced by many Americans. This controversy arose after Biden defended his administration’s handling of the economy amidst rising grocery prices and other inflationary pressures. During the interview, which was conducted in Wisconsin where Biden was promoting a new Microsoft factory investment, anchor Erin Burnett pointed out that grocery prices had increased by 30 percent. In response, Biden insisted that the economic data…

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A group of Princeton University hunger strikers voiced great concern about their state of health and said the school was trying to “physically weaken” them while they demonstrated against divesting from Israel. This assertion was made in response to an October 7 Hamas assault on Israel, which increased tensions and sparked similar activities on college campuses around the country. Participants in the hunger strike demanded last Friday that the institution talk to them about possible divestiture and remove the charges against other students who were part of similar demonstrations. Tents were set up and an academic hall was commandeered as…

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In the ongoing criminal trial of former President Donald Trump, his defense team is challenging the consistency of Stormy Daniels’ testimony regarding her alleged sexual encounter with Trump. Defense attorney Susan Necheles, leading the cross-examination, argued that discrepancies in Daniels’ accounts suggest that the affair never occurred. During her testimony, Daniels faced questions about a 2018 statement in which she denied any sexual encounter with Trump. Daniels acknowledged signing the statement but clarified she did not write it. This statement was part of the discussions around a non-disclosure agreement related to the alleged affair, which reportedly took place in 2006…

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Katherine Asplundh, the newly married wife of Cabot Asplundh, heir to a billion-dollar tree service family, recently deleted her Instagram account following a public backlash. This controversy erupted after she attempted to purchase an Instagram handle from another user who shares her new surname. The incident led to significant criticism and mockery online, contributing to her decision to remove her social media presence. Katherine, who had just taken her husband’s surname following their wedding on April 27, sought to change her Instagram username to reflect her new name. She approached an existing user of the handle @katherineasplundh, asking if she…

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Aayden Gallagher, a transgender high school athlete, has qualified for the varsity track and field championship finals after excelling in the semi-finals of the Portland Interscholastic League. Gallagher, who is a sophomore at McDaniel High School, secured her spot by winning the girls’ 400 meter race and taking second place in the 200 meter race during the semi-finals held at Lincoln High School. If Gallagher finishes in the top two in any of today’s events, she will advance to compete in the Oregon State Championships. Her participation and success in girls’ track and field events have sparked significant debate and…

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Eric Trump has vocally criticized President Joe Biden’s recent assertion that he inherited a 9% inflation rate when he took office in January 2021. During a CNN interview, President Biden claimed that his administration started under high inflationary pressure, a statement that contradicts official economic data showing that inflation was actually around 1.4% at the beginning of his term. In response to Biden’s comment, Eric Trump took to the social media platform X to express his disbelief, labeling President Biden a “clown” for his remarks. This reaction highlights the ongoing political tension between the Trump family and Biden, especially concerning…

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House Speaker Mike Johnson recently expressed deep concern over President Joe Biden’s comments regarding potential delays in U.S. weapons shipments to Israel, suggesting the President’s remarks might be attributed to a “senior moment.” In an interview on Politico’s “Playbook Deep Dive” podcast, Johnson expressed his hopes that Biden’s statement was an off-the-cuff remark not reflective of the administration’s official stance. During a CNN interview with Erin Burnett, President Biden indicated that the U.S. would halt munitions deliveries to Israel if it proceeded with an invasion of the densely populated Gaza city of Rafah. Biden cited the unacceptable level of civilian…

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The Third Circuit Court of Appeals has denied Hunter Biden’s appeal to dismiss his federal gun charges, setting the stage for his upcoming trial in Delaware. The court’s decision, detailed in documents released on Thursday, underscores that Biden’s appeal of the three pretrial orders issued on April 12, 2024, which denied his motions to dismiss the indictment, does not qualify for consideration before a final judgment in the case. Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, is charged with purchasing a revolver in 2018 during a time when he admits to struggling with substance abuse, including the use of…

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