Emily ZanottiJanuary 26, 20216min
The New York Times praised President Joe Biden’s faith on Saturday, calling Biden the “most religiously observant commander in chief in half a century” and crediting him with ushering in a “different, more liberal Christianity,” by publicly attending Catholic Mass — even though Biden has run afoul of Catholic hierarchy for his recent change of […]

Emily ZanottiJanuary 25, 20216min
Agents of the Federal Protective Services confronted crowds of rioters in Portland, Oregon, again Saturday night, firing rounds of tear gas and non-lethal pepper balls at “anti-Fascist” protesters attacking an Immigration and Customs Enforcement facility. Saturday night marked the fourth night of rioting in Portland, and the fourth night of a federal response — a […]

Emily ZanottiJanuary 11, 20215min
The United States Attorney’s office in Washington, D.C., is opening an “excessive force” probe into the death of pro-Trump protester Ashli Babbit, who was shot and killed while she and others attempted to storm a Congressional chamber during a riot at the United States Capitol last Wednesday. Babbit, a 35-year-old Air Force veteran from California, […]

Emily ZanottiDecember 14, 20205min
President Donald Trump tweeted Saturday that he intends to “declassify everything,” over his own apparent concern that the Department of Justice and Attorney General William Barr withheld information about an ongoing DOJ investigation into Hunter Biden, the son of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. Hunter Biden acknowledged this week that he is under investigation over […]

Emily ZanottiNovember 26, 20206min
Oregon Public Broadcasting reports Wednesday that black members of Portland’s Black Lives Matter movement are tired of their anti-racism demonstrations being hijacked by the mostly white “Antifa” anarchists and are working to separate the two movements as protests continue. “Tensions between Black activists fighting for racial justice and anti-establishment protesters have bubbled beneath the surface […]

Emily ZanottiOctober 23, 20205min
On Thursday, the judge overseeing the case against four former Minneapolis police officers charged with killing George Floyd dismissed a third-degree murder charge against lead officer Derek Chauvin. Chauvin will now face charges of second-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter, both of which carry much heavier penalties than the third-degree charge. KARE Minneapolis reports that all […]