The unemployment rate for illegal migrants in the United States reached almost 30 percent during the coronavirus crash, says a California advocacy report that urges a federal bailout for the cities and counties that choose to rely on illegal migrants.
Students at several universities in the Chicago area are calling on their schools to end relationships with the Chicago Police Department. In one social media post, the student activists described their local police force as a “white supremacist cult.”
Hispanic organizers working to elect Joe Biden wrote a “scathing” seven-page letter to the Florida Democrat Party, claiming a “toxic” work culture.
A group of Black Lives Matter protesters shouted a political script at diners after entering a restaurant in Washington, DC, on Thursday evening.
The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) board failed to agree on a proposal to defund the L.A. School Police on Tuesday evening, defeating an effort by the Black Lives Matter movement and United Teachers L.A. (UTLA).
Several Italian regions have demanded their shops and restaurants be allowed to start reopening on Monday, and the economy gradually opened up more as the month goes on.
Several leading supporters of Joe Biden are upping their attacks on his sexual assault accuser, Tara Reade.
A sharp drop in demand has led dairies and hatcheries to toss milk and break eggs as the coronavirus outbreak restrictions continue.
Illegal aliens are demanding they too receive $1,200 in federal checks from the government as part of a Chinese coronavirus crisis relief package.
National Guard Bureau Chief Gen. Lengyel said recently he does not see any demand from states to have Guard members act as law enforcement.
Senate Republicans dismissed Democrats’ demand for an investigation of the DOJ decision to recommend a reduction of the federal prosecutors’ sentencing recommendation for Roger Stone.
Students at the University of Kansas are demanding that the university provide them with “barf bags” for Monday classes after Super Bowl Sunday to help them cope with their hangovers.
The children of those involved in the “Varsity Blues” college admissions scandal now want answers from their parents. In one case highlighted by the Wall Street Journal, Devin Sloane was arrested in connection with a bribe he made to have his son admitted to a top school, leaving his son wondering why his father didn’t believe in him in the first place.
Australia Prime Minister Scott Morrison has slammed calls from radical climate activists to end the export of coal – an industry worth $67billion a year to the nation’s economy – as a new report shows global demand is set to keep increasing over the next decade and beyond.