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Sisca and Mack were responding to reports of a man walking along the left lane on I-95 south, authorities said.
As the troopers were attempting to take the man into custody and help him into the back of their cruiser, a female driver in an SUV struck all three men and the patrol car.
A law enforcement source tells FOX 29’s Steve Keeley that state police had conducted a traffic stop involving the striking vehicle shortly before the crash. They say that stop was cut short because troopers were responding to reports of pedestrian walking on I-95.
The troopers’ SUV sustained heavy damage to the driver’s side, with both the front and rear door having been ripped from their hinges. The striking vehicle sustained heavy front-end damage.
State police said during a late-morning press conference that they are conducting an active investigation that is ‘DUI-related.’
Two Pennsylvania state troopers and a civilian were killed in a crash on I-95 Monday morning. Police led a procession from the crash scene to the Officer of the Medical Examiner.
The victim, who suffered a fractured skull, brain injury and severe trauma to the body, remains in critical condition, police said.
The video of the incident, shared by police, shows two men walking toward the whirling car to record the stunt. The victim appears to follow them when he stumbles directly in front of the vehicle, as dozens of onlookers stare in horror.
Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying the driver of the red Infiniti, which has a yellow decal on the driver’s side with the words “Tyler Spec.” Anyone with information is urged to call NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline 1800-577-TIPS.
Several states are taking steps to temporarily roll back gasoline taxes in hopes of providing some relief for Americans who are experiencing surging prices at the pump.
One Wall Street analyst estimated that higher fuel prices could cost the average American household an extra $2,000 per year.
Here’s a look at the measures some states are taking to alleviate the financial pressure on drivers:
The House of Representatives released a $1.5 trillion, 2,741-page omnibus spending bill in the middle of the night on March 9 and passed it only about 24 hours after it was released, according to The Hill.
What’s in it and why haven’t we heard about it?
The father and daughter, who declined to give their last names for privacy reasons, told Fox News Digital that they didn’t expect the video would have such a far reach.
Riley, 19, told Fox News Digital that she had seen some other social media posts about high gas prices, so she thought it would be interesting to show TikTok how expensive fuel is for the RV — or, as the family calls it, “the bus.”
In a follow-up video, Riley explained that the original video “was not at all meant to be complaining.”
“We’re very appreciative that we’re able to travel during these times and we were not looking for people to feel bad for us or anything.”
1) Israeli officials staunchly reject Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy’s analogy of the Russian invasion into Ukraine to the atrocities committed by Nazi Germany against helpless Jews during World War Two.
2) The Yemeni Houthi militia, which is an Iranian-proxy, claims responsibility for a deliberate ballistic missile and UAV attack against civilian infrastructure in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
3) Israel calls upon the United States not to give-in to Iran’s demand to remove the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps from the State Department’s designated-list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations.
By Chuck Norris
Published March 21, 2022 at 12:51pm
There are close to 40,000 criminal illegal and legal immigrants incarcerated in federal prisons across the country, making up about 21 percent of the total federal prison population.
[117,994 illegal immigrants and 43,618 legal immigrants were incarcerated in 2016 alone.] Nearly all of those inmates are from Central and South America, resulting in a cost to U.S. taxpayers of about $1.4 billion every year.”
Compare the treatment of Knowlton and the other Jan. 6 scapegoats to the treatment of Quintez Brown, the Black Lives Matter activist who recently shot at Louisville mayoral candidate Craig Greenberg.
Journalist Miranda Devine noted that Brown was “portrayed sympathetically by the media and immediately bailed out of jail by his Black Lives Matter comrades, who crowdfunded the $100,000 cost.”
Devine added that Brown was “a celebrated gun control advocate, anointed as a rising star by the Obama Foundation, he was an honored guest on Joy Reid’s MSNBC show.
He was granted a biweekly opinion column in the Louisville Courier-Journal to spew boilerplate leftist, race-based, anti-cop sentiment.” Brown had, Devine says, “BLM privilege.” Indeed.
The assault was reportedly a part of a new TikTok social media “challenge.”
“We continue to see teenagers utilizing the cart path while discharging splat ball guns (Orbeez) at other people on the cart path, even at innocent bystanders,” the Peachtree City Police Department said in a Facebook post last week. “Now they are modifying the beads to be more painful.”
The department included photos of the boy in its post that showed his face bloodied by the impact of at least one of the gel pellets. Police added that the boy was riding his bicycle on the cart path when he was assaulted without provocation.
The family reported Porte was suffering from an acute mental health crisis, and they were seeking to get him some assistance.
Officers began speaking with Porte through the locked door, but he refused to exit the room.
Officers and mental health staff continued to communicate with Porte throughout the evening. Family members and Porte’s spouse came to the hotel to talk to Porte and attempt to get him out of the hotel room to receive any assistance he needed.
Congress has passed a bipartisan law to reform the U.S. Postal Service and try to help solve its massive financial problems.
Today, we speak with the lead Republican on the House Oversight Committee James Comer.
What is known is that a number of issues remain under investigation, and a coming documentary reveals hundreds of “mules” were hired to dump piles of mail-in ballots in drop boxes during election night’s overnight hours.
Also, independent analyses have concluded either of two ways likely “bought” the election for Biden.
One was the $420 million Mark Zuckerberg gave to mostly leftist election officials with instructions to recruit voters from Democrat districts, and the other was the collusion by legacy and social-media companies that decided to suppress accurate, and damaging, reports about the Biden family international business scandals just before the election.
Meanwhile, Just the News has compiled a list of 20 situations that suggest fraud or irregularities in the 2020 election.
Steve Hilton asks where Biden’s border czar, Kamala Harris, is and discusses restoring order to southern border with Ed Calderon, a former Mexico police officer, on ‘The Next Revolution.’
The State Department is being asked to disclose who approved the grant and the names of any groups applying for it, according to a Freedom of Information Act request issued by the America First Legal Foundation (AFLF), a watchdog group that investigates government malfeasance.
The FOIA, a copy of which was obtained by the Free Beacon, directs the State Department to disclose who approved the grant and the names of any groups applying for it.
Cruz told the Free Beacon the grant is evidence that the Biden administration’s State Department is staffed with appointees who hold animus toward Israel.
The Biden administration’s nominee to head the bureau offering the grant, Sarah Margon, for instance, has been stalled in the Senate for months due to her anti-Israel activism and statements.
Other State Department hires have lobbied for the Palestinian government and have been tied to the anti-Semitic Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement, which wages economic warfare on Israel.
What did a gallon of milk, a dozen eggs, a lightbulb, or a loaf of bread cost at the grocery store before Biden entered the White House?
And what do those items cost today? What are they projected to cost in 2024, if America continues down its current path?
Glenn details all those price comparisons — plus more — showing just how badly the Biden administration — thanks to its inability to handle inflation — is failing us.
‘We MUST turn this around,’ Glenn says. ‘But our government, our fed, and our administration are incapable of taking the right steps.’
The biggest new hope for a blockbuster drug to cure Alzheimer’s has been mired in controversy ever since it went to market.
Critics say it’s a sign of declining standards and conflicts of interest at the FDA.
And now, the federal government is set to decide on whether to buy the controversial medicine for Medicare patients.
Today, we update a drug that entered the market in one of the most controversial processes ever.
U.S. gas prices have hit record highs and are still climbing, especially since the U.S. cut off one of its suppliers: Russia.
U.S. oil producers have complained for a year that the Biden administration hasn’t made policy moves to encourage more production here at home — instead, lobbying foreign producers like Venezuela and Saudi Arabia.
Similar complaints are coming from our oil-rich neighbors to the north in Canada.
The province of Alberta, about the same size as Texas, is just as rich in energy resources. Lisa Fletcher reports on their unanswered offer to help.
“Although we might still need Russian gas this year, in the future it won’t be so anymore. And this is only the start,” Habeck said, per German public broadcaster Deutsche Welle.
The Green politician said that Germany plans on transporting the liquid natural gas (LNG) from Qatar — which is one of the top three producers in the world — onboard ships rather than through pipelines.
However, this will require the construction of terminals at German docks to receive the gas. Habeck admitted that while his country has approved the construction of two such LNG terminals, they likely will not be operable until at least 2026 — meaning that it is unclear how much gas can actually be supplied to Germany by Qatar in the near future.
“The prime minister of Israel, Mr. [Naftali] Bennett, is trying to find a way of holding talks. And we are grateful for this. We are grateful for his efforts, so that sooner or later we will begin to have talks with Russia, possibly in Jerusalem,” Zelensky said, according to a translation by Reuters.
“That’s the right place to find peace. If possible,” he added.
As an ally of both Russia and Ukraine, Israel has been cautious about taking sides. Russia has heavy military presence in Syria and controls its skies and as such, Jerusalem coordinates all military strikes on Iranian targets in Syria with Moscow.
Nevertheless, Bennett has intensified efforts to make talks happen between the two sides over the last week.
He has spoken with each leader several times since Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24 as well as making a lightening trip to Moscow earlier this month to meet with Putin. Zelensky was the first to suggest Jerusalem was in a good position to act as an intermediary between the warring nations though Putin was initially reticent.
Constitutional attorney Mark Smith and former State Dept. spokesperson Morgan Ortagus tee up the Senate confirmation hearing for Biden’s Supreme Court pick.
Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., on Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation hearing.
“Black women are solely seen as DEI experts, and are expected to advance diversity initiatives across the organization internally and externally,” said Curley.
“Black women are sold a dream that if they do all the things, then they’ll be promoted. And that’s not what the data shows. They hate us.”
In a tweet, Curley also claimed that Google has “never, and I mean f***ing never” hired a student from a historically black college into a tech role.
The complaint was filed in the U.S. District Court in the Northern District of California, and claims Google has a “racially biased corporate culture” that favors white males.
In his conversation with Tanzanian Minister for Foreign Affairs Liberata Mulamula on Sunday, Wang specifically raised the issue of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), China’s plan to litter the developing world with expensive infrastructure projects it can then use to increase its leverage in host countries.
“The two sides agreed to further align the Belt and Road Initiative with Tanzania’s Development Vision 2025 and expand bilateral cooperation in agriculture, trade, investment, infrastructure and other fields,” according to China’s Foreign Ministry.
In Africa, BRI projects have resulted in an influx of Chinese businessmen accused of a variety of racist behavior, including implementing “apartheid” policies at construction sites such as banning African workers from using the same cafeterias, site transports, and other amenities as the Chinese.
Chinese workers have also reportedly only issued instructions in Chinese written text, making it impossible for Africans to take on managerial roles in the projects.
Hudson Institute senior fellow Michael Pillsbury weighs in on China’s push for global supremacy on ‘The Next Revolution.’
Mark Levin blasts the Biden administration for falling behind in failing to predict common sense potential actions of totalitarian leaders around the globe.
Chinese dictator Xi Jinping asserted in 2015 that China would not “pursue militarization” in the Spratly Islands.
Extensive evidence since the completion of the artificial islands, including statements from the Chinese government, has suggested that Xi did not adhere to his promise.
According to the Associated Press, Aquilino described the three artificial islands as equipped with completed “missile arsenals, aircraft hangars, radar systems and other military facilities.”
“The function of those islands is to expand the offensive capability of the PRC [China] beyond their continental shores,” the outlet quoted the admiral as saying. “They can fly fighters, bombers plus all those offensive capabilities of missile systems.”
‘Unfiltered’ host Dan Bongino joined ‘Fox & Friends’ to discuss Putin’s ongoing assault in Ukraine, Hunter Biden’s laptop scandal, and a Colorado school removing the honor of becoming valedictorian.
People like Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, Alphabet chief Sundar Pichai and New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet know that knowledge is power. They understand that managing the flow of information, silencing critics and providing false narratives is every bit as effective in taking control as armored columns and hypersonic missiles.
This column was meant to be about Vladimir Putin’s hideously effective misinformation campaign, and how we should combat it. He has destroyed Russia’s independent press, sabotaged internet access and consequently hidden the truth about his unprovoked attack on Ukraine from the Russian people.
“I don’t think the Democrats care about women and girls.”
A China Eastern Airlines passenger jet with 132 people on board crashed in the mountains of southern China on Monday while on a flight from the city of Kunming to Guangzhou, China’s Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) said. Olivia Chan reports.
They cannot achieve because of merit. I, your benevolent master, gave this to you. Black people, I don’t owe you a damn thing. You owe me.
Since the 1800s, it has been understood if the Democrats have any hope of maintaining power in the United States, this condescending line of thinking must be reinforced in the Black community. The Black community must be made to believe that they can have nothing, achieve nothing, and do nothing without the grace and mercy of the White Democrat demi-gods.
Because of this plantation mentality, Black Americans who are unfortunate enough to fall under the control of the Democrat Party remain at the bottom of every socioeconomic statistic in the western world.
Only the dregs at the bottom of the Black community, chosen by White Democrats to control the ghettos for them, have a chance at advancement.
Twitter says it will restore the account, which has more than 1.3 million followers, if the Bee deletes the tweet, but Dillon says he has no intention of doing so.
“We’re not deleting anything,” Dillon tweeted from his personal account. “Truth is not hate speech.
If the cost of telling the truth is the loss of our Twitter account, then so be it.”
The banned article notes that Levine “serves proudly as the first man in that position to dress like a western cultural stereotype of a woman. He is also an admiral in the US Public Health Service Commissioned Corps. What a boss!”
“He often wears a dress, which some people think is weird — but he doesn’t care one bit,” the article continues.