The Los Angeles County Sheriff has taken it upon himself to address the homeless situation in one local neighborhood. Sheriff Alex Villanueva has taken heat from city council members, while striking back at those same council members after making efforts to improve the homelessness issue in the city.
The Food and Drug Administration ordered Johnson and Johnson to discard about 60 million doses of it’s Coronavirus vaccine. In a press release on Friday, the agency determined doses made at a plant in Baltimore, Maryland “not suitable for use”.
Joe Biden has dismantled a government office dedicated to helping victims of crimes committed by immigrants. The administration announced on Friday that the Victim of Immigration Crime Engagement Office is set to close.
China has targeted foreign sanctions in response to power politics. On Thursday, the Chinese Communist Party passed an anti-sanctions law aimed at boosting Beijing’s authority against international pressure.
Attorney Gen. Merrick Garland announced the Department of Justice’s plans to aggressively fight voting laws. In a speech on Friday, Garland heavily criticized the ongoing election audit in Arizona and said the Justice Department plans to implement measures to stop Republicans from putting policies in place that ensure election integrity.
A bipartisan group of senators have come to an agreement on an infrastructure deal that now awaits approval by party leadership. The goal was to get the deal done by September and though it is only June, the efforts have been kicked into high gear.
We are following breaking news coming from Savannah, Georgia where authorities are investigating a mass shooting where at least one person has been killed and seven others injured, including a two-year-old child.
New data shows Facebook is the largest online recruitment site in active U.S. sex trafficking cases.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot (D) is being sued by a Daily Caller journalist for racial discrimination.