Day: November 17, 2020
Daughter of slain officer demands apology after NY school district bans sweatshirt with Thin Blue Line
The daughter of a slain police officer is upset after a New York school district banned staff from wearing a sweatshirt intended to honor her father, calling it "political" because she displayed the "Thin Blue Line" flag.
2022 Senate election fight already underway, with 2020 battle still not over
With twin runoff showdowns in Georgia on Jan. 5 that will determine whether the Republicans keep their Senate majority or if the Democrats will control both houses of Congress and the White House, the 2020 elections are far from over.
Knife-wielding teen threatening suicide points airsoft gun at cop moments before officer-involved shooting
Utah authorities released body camera and surveillance footage Monday showing an officer shooting and injuring an 18-year-old man armed with a large knife in one hand and an airsoft gun in the other pointed at police.
Spirit Airlines reportedly bans TikTok user who shares underhanded ‘hack’ for getting free carry-on
Spirit Airlines has reportedly banned a TikTok user who fraudulently altered his digital boarding pass, making it appear as if he had paid to board with a large carry-on bag, without actually doing so.