Friday, March 1, 2024

Tag: Texas

Newsbreak October 9, 2023

The Biden administration moves quickly to deliver weapons to Israel after the attack from Hamas killed hundreds. A Florida teenager is arrested after authorities...

Supreme Court to take Florida case about moderating social media (includes...

Legal cases from Florida and Texas are making their way to the Supreme Court. Net Choice, LLC, which is an organization representing big-name social...

Postal workers demand better working conditions (includes video story)

As Florida's summer weather soars over 100 degrees, local mail carriers are facing dangerous working conditions. The United States Postal Service's 190,000 vehicles do not...

Summer temperatures bring scorching heat across the nation (includes video story)

Summer is typically a time for people to enjoy outdoor activities, swim and indulge in refreshing treats. However, beneath the allure of summer fun,...

Newsbreak June 7, 2023

An 18-year-old recent high school graduate and his father were killed and five others were injured in a mass shooting in Richmond, Virginia. Central...

Influx of migrants increases as Title 42 is set to expire...

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the government enacted a policy that allowed for the countless expulsions of migrants due to public health concerns. That policy...

Supreme Court delays taking Texas and Florida online free speech cases...

Lawsuits against Florida and Texas laws about online speech are making their way to the United States Supreme Court, but the cases may not...

The cybersecurity mind of Alex Heid

Surfing the dark web to analyze hacker chatter is just another day on the job for Alexander Heid.  He recalls one of his first major...

Georgetown University holds Cuban crisis conversation (includes video story)

After nearly 40 years since the Mariel Crisis, 28 years after the Cuban Rafter Crisis, and just one year following the historical protests of...

D.C. attorney general awards $150,000 to six nonprofits helping bused migrants...

D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine is awarding a total of $150,000 in migrant and humanitarian crisis grants to six local nonprofit organizations. The money...