FOXNews : US
13h48 25  février
Western US being hit with rain, mountain snow
Janice Dean
The Western U.S. is where most of the weather is happening this week with several storm systems bringing rain and mountain snow to the region.
Several arrested in NYC during Daniel Prude protest
Eli Steele
Several people were arrested Wednesday night during a protest in Brooklyn in the wake of the decision to not charge upstate New York cops in the death of Daniel Prude, according to police and witnesses.
Reporter’s Notebook: Chicago pastor turns gangsters’ lives around with stunning compassion
Peter Aitken
Varney and Varmah Voker, known as the Bentley Twins, joined the Black Disciples and become two of the most legendary gangsters -- until they met Pastor Corey Brooks
Brown v. Board of Education ruling: What to know
Jack Durschlag
The decision rested on how the courts interpreted equal protection under the previous decision, Plessy v. Ferguson.
Andrew Cuomo allegations abhorrent and heartbreaking,’ require independent probe, NY state Democrat says
David Aaro
Buffalo schools fail kids when teaching that all White people play part in systemic racism: Rufo
Brie Stimson
Buffalo schools have adopted a curriculum that pushes the controversial idea that all White people perpetuate systemic racism while only 80% of its students fail to reach proficiency in reading and writing, an editor said Wednesday.
Victim’s glasses allegedly found in car of South Dakota AG who said he hit a deer
Michael Ruiz
South Dakota’s attorney general who said he hit a deer after fatally striking a pedestrian last year allegedly had the victim’s glasses inside his car, according to newly-released interviews.
Wife of murdered American Airlines executive allegedly tied to shooting
Julia Musto
The wife of American Airlines IT director, James Faith, who was fatally shot while the couple walked their dog last fall has been arrested in connection with his murder, according to reports.
Chicago prosecutor drops opposition to parole for convicted cop killer
Paul Best
Chicago’s top prosecutor has dropped her opposition to parole for a man convicted of killing a police officer and shooting another during a traffic stop in the late 1960s.
Texas utility customer files 1B lawsuit against Griddy after electric bill tops 9,000
Bradford Betz
A Texas utility customer impacted by the state’s devastating winter storms this month filed a 1 billion class-action lawsuit against wholesale electricity retailer Griddy Energy LLC on Monday, accusing the company of unlawful price gouging.
Arkansas cops arrest man for abducting baby from scene of triple homicide
Michael Ruiz
Arkansas state police say they arrested a man Tuesday evening who abducted a baby from the scene of a triple homicide.
High school track athlete ’disappointed’ after Biden DOJ drops support of challenge to transgender policy
Michael Ruiz
Connecticut high school track athlete Alanna Smith told Fox News Wednesday she was disappointed after the Biden Justice Department withdrew its support for her lawsuit seeking to prevent transgender athletes from competing in girls’ sports.
Wannabe ISIS terrorist suspect goes from ’moderate Muslim’ to ’Jihadist Muslim’ without medicine
Bradford Betz
A former Florida resident who reportedly told an investigator he turns into a Jihadist Muslim if he doesn’t take his medication was charged Tuesday in connection with attempting to join ISIS.
Connecticut girls lose support from Biden administration in transgender athlete case
Paul Best
The Biden administration has withdrawn from a lawsuit that aims to ban transgender athletes from competing in girls’ high school sports.
Biden State Department creates ’diversity and inclusion’ position
Frank Miles
The State Department announced Wednesday the creation of a new diversity officer position along with a council of deputy assistant secretaries from each of its bureaus devoted to the issue.
22h57 24  février
Robin DiAngelo distances herself from ’be less white’ diversity training
Diversity consultant Robin DiAngelo has distanced herself from a LinkedIn training seminar after its content - which urged employees to be less white - made headlines.
DOJ calls new witnesses, revives investigation into George Floyd death
Several witnesses have been subpoenaed to appear before a federal grand jury considering charges against former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who is already facing state murder charges in the death of George Floyd, a person familiar with the matter told The Associated Press on Wednesday.
Army’s revised grooming standards loosen up hairstyle regulations, allow for earrings
Revisions to the U.S. Army’s grooming and appearance standards went into effect Wednesday that will loosen up hairstyle regulations and allow for earrings to be worn.
Police officer dies after attempted rescue of teens who fell through ice in Ohio lake
A 16-year-old girl was killed and a teen boy was injured after they slipped through an icy lake in Ohio and a police officer died during the rescue attempt, officials said.
USS Bonhomme Richard, Navy assault ship damaged by fire, should be sunk, lawmakers say
A bipartisan group of 22 lawmakers from Congress is asking Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas W. Harker to save taxpayers millions of dollars and sink the irreparably damaged USS Bonhomme Richard somewhere near Florida, according to a report.