Lawrence Jones reflects on Chicago violence and the death of Natalie Wallace: 'Her life mattered too'

Multiple children killed as crime spikes in Chicago Fox Nation host Lawrence Jones on the violence and tragedy sweeping major cities. Fox News contributor Lawrence Jones joined "Your World" Wednesday to discuss his conversation with the family of 7-year-old Natalia "Natalie" Wallace, who was shot and killed while playing outside of her grandmother's house in Chicago Saturday night. "This is probably four […]

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N.Y. Proposes Sweeping NYPD Changes Amid Probe of Police Conduct

New York Attorney General Letitia James proposed sweeping changes in the way New York City regulates the largest U.S. police department, including more oversight of many officer practices and strategies, and less authority for the police commissioner. James, appointed by Governor Andrew Cuomo to investigate the NYPD’s relationship with city residents in the aftermath of protests of the police killing […]

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WNBA Players Want Atlanta Co-Owner Sen. Kelly Loeffler Out After She Opposed Black Lives Matter

A spokesperson for Loeffler—who was investigated by the Justice Department earlier this year for her decision to dump hundreds of thousands of dollars in stocks after attending a senators-only COVID-19 briefing in January—did not respond to a request for comment about several players calling for the senator's removal. The WNBA's player's association tweeted, "E-N-O-U-G-H! O-U-T!” with a link to the […]

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UK pledges £3 billion to make economy greener, but environmental groups say it isn't enough

Rishi Sunak announced plans for a £3 billion"green investment package" in a speech on Wednesday.  The announcement was made during an economic statement focused on providing support to the U.K. economy.  The U.K.'s finance minister has unveiled plans for a £3 billion ($3.8 billion) "green investment package" that will attempt to boost the energy efficiency of buildings and help create […]

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Supreme Court Rules Religious Employers May Deny Birth Control Coverage

The Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled that the Trump administration may give employers with religious or moral objections the right to deny women free birth control coverage under the Affordable Care Act. The court’s 7-2 vote dealt a blow to the reproductive rights movement.  The case, Trump v. Pennsylvania, consolidated with Little Sisters of the Poor v. Pennsylvania, centered on the birth […]

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'Why does my search engine keep changing to Yahoo?': How to reset your browser settings to remove a potential virus

If your default search engine keeps changing to Yahoo suddenly when you traditionally use Chrome, Safari, or Firefox to surf the web, your computer is likely afflicted with malware. Manually resetting your browser's settings should stop the Yahoo redirect virus from obstructing your system. Yahoo is not to blame for the redirection — the malware has simply deposited you onto […]

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