Press Release Category: US News

4 Shot Outside LA Party Held After Justin Bieber’s Concert

Stock photo of police tape. (Carl Ballou/Shutterstock) LOS ANGELES—Four people were shot and wounded early Saturday after a fight broke out outside a Los Angeles restaurant hosting a party that followed a Justin Bieber concert, police said. The gunfire erupted outside The Nice Guy restaurant, striking and injuring four men ages 60, 19, 20 and…

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NTD Evening News Full Broadcast (Feb. 9)

A bipartisan push is underway on Capitol Hill to invest more in law enforcement amid a crime wave across the nation, the fight over mask mandates and critical race theory continues in Loudoun County, Virginia, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she wants tougher penalties for Congress members who violate insider trading laws. Follow

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Susan Sarandon Apologizes for Post Mocking NYPD Funeral

Actress Susan Sarandon has apologized after making a controversial Twitter post that mocked a funeral for a slain NYPD officer. On Feb. 4, the Oscar-award-winning actress wrote: “I deeply regret the meme I recently shared on Twitter that included a photo of Officer Jason Rivera’s funeral.” “I reacted quickly to the picture without connecting it…

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As Violent Crime Rose Nationwide in 2021, Dallas Bucked the Trend

The murder wave that swept over big cities and small towns since the beginning of the pandemic continued across the United States through 2021, according to crime data. But Dallas, the nation’s 9th largest city, bucked the trend. In Los Angeles, murders jumped 12 percent compared to 2020. Chicago saw more than 800 murders in…

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George Soros Pours $125 Million Into Super PAC Ahead of 2022 Midterms

Left-wing billionaire George Soros handed over $125 million to a Democrat-aligned super PAC to boost Democrat groups and candidates ahead of the 2022 midterm elections. The controversial 91-year-old investor confirmed to Politico on Friday his plans, saying the large donation to Democracy PAC, which he set up in 2019 as his main political action committee…

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Former Clinton Campaign Lawyer Michael Sussmann Still Under Investigation: Court Records

The government’s criminal investigation into former Perkins Coie partner and Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann isn’t over yet. This was revealed in Jan. 25 court filings from special counsel John Durham, who’s investigating the origins of the Russia probe that plagued the presidency of Donald Trump. According to Durham, Sussmann worked with a group of individuals to…

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Stray Bullet Kills English Astrophysicist Visiting Atlanta

BROOKHAVEN, Ga.—A stray bullet struck and killed an English astrophysicist while he was inside an Atlanta-area apartment, authorities say. Matthew Willson, 31, of Chertsey, Surrey, England, was visiting his girlfriend in the United States when he was hit by a bullet that pierced the wall of the apartment. The shooting happened early Sunday morning, only…

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Suspect in Fatal Stabbing of UCLA Grad Student Arrested in Pasadena

LOS ANGELES—The man suspected of fatally stabbing a 24-year-old UCLA graduate student in the Hancock Park boutique furniture store where she worked was arrested on Jan. 19 in Pasadena. Pasadena Police Lt. William Grisafe confirmed the arrest of Shawn Laval Smith, 31, to City News Service. A short time later, the Los Angeles Police Department…

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Wells Fargo Beats Profit Estimates on Uptick in Loan Demand, Cost Cuts

Wells Fargo & Co. on Friday beat analysts’ estimates for fourth-quarter profit as a rebound in U.S. economic growth encouraged more customers to take loans and the bank kept a tight lid on costs. Profit jumped 86 percent to $5.8 billion, or $1.38 per share, flattered by a $943 million gain from the sale of…

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Contradicting the DHS, DOJ Repeats Unfounded Claim of Rising School Board Violence

Assistant Attorney General Matthew Olsen said during the Jan. 11 congressional hearing on domestic terrorism that there has been an increase in violence against educators—directly contradicting Department of Homeland Security (DHS) data. The Jan. 11 congressional hearing captured headlines due to Department of Justice (DOJ) officials refusing to answer questions about Ray Epps, the controversial…

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