By John Sexton | HotAir.com Nearly one year ago a man named Gavaughn Streeter-Hillerich set fire to a dumpster outside the Portland Police Bureau’s north precinct. The dumpster was pushed up against plywood covering the…

By Daniel Chaitin | The Washington Examiner  The journalist who broke the story about the controversial 2016 tarmac meeting between former President Bill Clinton and then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch was found dead Saturday morning, according…

By Theodore Bunker | Newsmax.com Pacific Gas and Electric Company on Friday issued a warning that California is likely to see more power outages during this year’s wildfire season as the company may preemptively cut…

BY TOM OZIMEK | The Epoch Times IRS data tracking state-to-state migration shows that blue states saw a net outflow of hundreds of thousands of taxpayers who took nearly $27 billion in taxable gross income with them to red states. The…

By David A. Lieb | Associated Press Just a year ago, the financial future looked bleak for state governments as governors and lawmakers scrambled to cut spending amid the coronavirus recession that was projected to pummel revenue. They…

By Cameron Cawthorne | FOXBusiness Biden energy secretary says 'it's happening all the time'. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm on Sunday admitted that U.S. adversaries currently have the capability to shut down U.S. power grids with cyberattacks. CNN's "State of…

BY TOM OZIMEK | The Epoch Times California, with its relatively large tax burden compared to other states, has seen a taxpayer exodus in recent years and, along with it, billions in taxable gross income. State-to-state migration data recently…

By Jack Beyrer | The Washington Free Beacon President Joe Biden's $6 trillion budget proposal puts money toward universal pre-K and cracking down on the fossil fuel industry but shrinks the Navy's budget for weapons…

ByThe Center Square Staff & JustTheNews.com Republican-led states and Vermont reported the lowest unemployment rates in April, according to a new report by the U.S. Commerce Department. States led by Democratic governors recorded the highest jobless rates,…

By Charlie Spiering | Breitbart.com President Joe Biden will ignore the annual Rolling to Remember motorcycle rally in Washington, DC, on Memorial Day despite past presidents taking part in the day’s events. Organizers for the…

By Megan Henney FOXBusiness The U.S. Postal Service announced Friday that it is increasing the price of some mailing services this summer, pushing the cost of a first-class stamp to 58 cents. The price increase is part…

By Bradford Betz | Fox News Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot and Chicago Police Department Superintendent David O. Brown on Wednesday unveiled a new foot pursuit policy aimed at defining when it is appropriate for officers to pursue a suspect on…

By Bruce Golding | NY Post The thousands of National Guard troops who are still serving in Washington, DC following the Jan. 6 attack on the US Capitol will reportedly be returning home this week. The Department of…

By Adam Shaw | Fox News The Biden administration announced Thursday that it will no longer use two immigration detention facilities where there are ongoing investigations into accusations of misconduct and abuse – including a claim that unwanted…

by Kaelan Deese | Washington Examiner Nearly 20% of Seattle's police force left the job in the past 18 months due to budget cuts and additional reform measures following widespread protests against police brutality, the city's police chief said.…

By Jack Davis | The Western Journal A new report claims that for about three years, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates would hang out with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. The Sunday report by The Daily Beast,…

By James Anthony | The Post Millennial On Monday, the Supreme Court agreed to hear a case involving the Mississippi abortion law passed in 2018 banning abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy. For the first…