Accused Colorado gunman’s mom Laura Voepel had run-ins with law

The mother of accused Colorado Springs mass shooter Anderson Lee Aldrich also has had previous run-ins with the law – including involving three outstanding warrants for her arrest in California. Laura Voepel, 45, was busted in 2008 for false reporting, in 2010 for speeding and failure to appear in court and in 2011 for driving under … Read more

Georgia man busted for running dogfighting ring

More than 100 dogs were rescued this week after a Georgia man was arrested for running a dogfighting ring operating out of his home. Detectives on Tuesday raided the Paulding County, Georgia, home of Vincent Lemark Burrell, 55. Burrell had been “breeding, training, and facilitating over one hundred Pitbulls in conjunction with dog fighting,” the … Read more

Paul Pelosi attack: Cops weren’t monitoring cameras

The Capitol Police has live cameras outside Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s home — but officers were reportedly not watching the feeds when her husband was brutally assaulted. The agency monitors 1,800 cameras at the Capitol and away from its jurisdiction, including at the Pelosi residence in San Francisco, the Washington Post reported. An officer … Read more

Potentially deadly fungal infections climb during COVID pandemic, WHO says

The World Health Organization on Tuesday warned that reported invasive fungal infections increased significantly among hospitalized patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.  In a release alongside its recently released list of priority fungal pathogens, the U.N. health agency said emerging evidence indicates that the incidence and geographic range of fungal diseases are expanding around the world due … Read more

NYC could see warmer than average winter

New York City could be in for a warmer than average winter, even as parts of Upstate New York get hit with more snow than usual. Forecasters from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Climate Predication Center released an updated winter outlook for the country on Thursday. Meteorologists predicted that La Niña — a … Read more

Tulsi Gabbard compares Joe Biden to Adolf Hitler

Former Hawaii congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard compared President Biden to Adolf Hitler at a rally in New Hampshire and claimed the two men appear to share a “mindset” about how to lead a country. Gabbard, who announced last week that she was leaving the Democratic party, made the comparison while blasting Biden for his speech last … Read more

Suspects in Elijah Dewitt’s killing seen being booked

New surveillance video shows two teenage suspects accused of killing Georgia high school football star Elijah DeWitt being booked into jail – after a judge told them “you’re going to be here for a while” during a bail hearing. Kemare Bryan, 18, and Chandler Richardson, 19, were each charged with felony murder, assault and weapons … Read more

Hunter Biden begged Hallie for cash to go to rehab before gun buy

Hunter Biden begged his sister-in-law-turned-lover Hallie Biden for cash to check himself into rehab just six weeks before purchasing a handgun — and attesting on federal forms that he had never used or been addicted to drugs. A shocking, 4-minute, 30-second recording was discovered by The Post on a copy of the infamous hard drive … Read more

US home prices drop at fastest pace since Great Recession

US home prices are plunging at their most significant clip since the housing market cratered during the Great Recession, mortgage analytics firm Black Knight said in a report released Monday. Median home prices fell by 0.98% from July to August, according to Black Knight’s August Mortgage Monitor report. Revised data showed an even sharper 1.05% … Read more

US embassy in Moscow warns Americans to flee Russia to avoid draft

The State Department has warned Americans in Russia with dual citizenship to leave immediately so they are not forced to fight Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine.​​ The US embassy in Moscow issued a security alert on Tuesday advising personnel of Putin’s efforts to draft Russians to fight in the seven-month-old war. ​ “​On September 21, … Read more

Florida senator sues Ron DeSantis over migrant flights

A Florida senator has filed a new lawsuit against Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis for orchestrating the shipment of dozens of migrants from Texas to Martha’s Vineyard. State Sen. Jason Pizzo, a Democrat who represents the Miami region, is accusing DeSantis of violating budget laws by using local funds to relocate migrants from another state, according … Read more

Sen. Lindsey Graham says unborn children deserve protection

Sen. Lindsey Graham, who last week proposed federal legislation that would severely limit late-term abortions, said unborn children deserve protection. “Pain is part of the human experience, and so is compassion for those who suffer pain. For too long, our nation’s laws have excluded unborn children from this compassion even when growing evidence shows they … Read more

Georgia cops nab rape suspect thanks to app, alligator sign

A West Virginia man was arrested in Georgia for rape after the victim was able to notify authorities of her location using a smartphone application and an alligator sign. According to Coweta County, Georgia, authorities, a 17-year-old girl met suspect Dalton Ramsey online. He offered to drive her to see her boyfriend in Pennsylvania last … Read more

Harry and Meghan rush to be with Queen Elizabeth II

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will join senior members of the royal family Thursday in rushing to be with Harry’s ailing grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II. The exiled Duke and Duchess of Sussex — in the UK for a rare visit since moving to California — “will be traveling to Scotland,” their spokesperson confirmed. There, they … Read more

NASA rocket launch plagued by technical troubles

A NASA rocket launch scheduled for Saturday afternoon has been plagued by technical troubles in the hours before takeoff. For the second time this week a fuel leak has jeopardized the launch of the agency’s new 322-foot rocket. The machine’s highly combustible hydrogen fuel began leaking from the lower part of the engine Saturday sending … Read more

Owner of car Princess Diana died in wants the vehicle back

It’s been 25 years since Princess Diana perished in car crash in Paris, changing the trajectory of the royal family forever. Etoile Limousines owner Jean-Francois Musa was the proprietor of the vehicle that the Princess of Wales died in, alongside Dodi Fayed and driver Henri Paul, on Aug. 31, 1997. Musa, 63, is now claiming … Read more

Finnish PM Sanna Marin defends work record, right to private life

Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin delivered an emotional speech on Wednesday, touting her job performance and defending her right to have a private life after leaked videos showed the leader dancing and partying wildly. “I am also human,” Finnish media quoted Marin as saying with a broken voice and red eyes. Finnish Prime Minister Sanna … Read more

San Francisco’s downtown most deserted in US

Democratic cities San Francisco, Cleveland and Portland, Oregon, have the most deserted downtown areas in the US in the wake of the pandemic, which has driven away workers and tourists, according to a new study. Researchers at the Institute of Governmental Studies at the University of California at Berkeley found that San Francisco’s downtown was … Read more

AZ parents try to enter locked-down school 2 months after Uvalde

Cops arrested three Arizona parents as they attempted to force themselves into a school that police locked down after an armed man was seen trying to enter the campus, authorities said. The incident at Thompson Ranch Elementary School occurred about three months after hundreds of law enforcement officers in Uvalde, Texas waited 77 minutes before even trying … Read more

Olivia Newton-John never ‘at peace’ after disappearance of ex

Olivia Newton-John admitted she never found “peace” following the shocking disappearance of her Patrick McDermott. The “Grease” star. passed away on Monday at the age of 73 after waging a high-profile, 30-year battle against breast cancer. Her one-time lover, cameraman McDermott, infamously vanished without a trace during a fishing trip on June 30, 2005 off … Read more

Lollapalooza security guard arrested for allegedly making false mass shooting threat to leave work early

A security guard who worked Chicago’s Lollapalooza music festival last weekend is accused of making fake mass shooting threats to get out of work early. Janya Williams, 18, allegedly sent her supervisor an anonymous message via TextNow Friday afternoon that said, “Mass shooting at 4pm location Lollapalooza. We have 150 targets.” The supervisor quickly contacted their supervisors and the Chicago … Read more

Russia aims to ‘dissolve’ Ukraine from world map

Shortly after the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations accused Russia of plans to dismantle Ukraine “and dissolve it from the world map entirely,” intelligence analysts said referendums on joining Russia are likely being prepared in occupied territories in the southern part of the country. Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield told the U.N. Security Council Friday that … Read more

Myanmar junta condemned for execution of 4 democracy activists

Myanmar’s ruling military has executed four democracy activists accused of helping to carry out “terror acts,” it said Monday, sparking widespread condemnation of the Southeast Asian nation’s first executions in decades. Sentenced to death in closed-door trials in January and April, the men had been accused of helping a resistance movement to fight the army … Read more

Ukraine’s first lady Olena Zelenska to address US Congress

Ukraine’s first lady, Olena Zelenska, is set to address the US Congress on Wednesday, nearly five months after Russia launched its large-scale invasion of her country. President Volodymyr Zelensky’s wife will speak before lawmakers at 11 a.m. and ask for the US to ramp up its support for Ukraine. Zelenska also hopes to boost humanitarian … Read more