Salwan Georges/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — The man accused of murdering a Maryland woman in 2023 is an undocumented immigrant who was arrested and expelled at least three times, according to an ICE official. Victor Antonio Martinez-Hernandez is accused of murdering Rachel Morin in August of 2023. He was arrestedRead More →

Win McNamee/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — Actor Donald Sutherland, who starred in films including “Klute,” “M*A*SH*,” “Ordinary People” and, more recently, played the evil President Snow in “The Hunger Games” franchise, has died at age 88. Sutherland’s son, actor Kiefer Sutherland, posted the news to social media. “With a heavyRead More →

Elijah Nouvelage/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — Former President Donald Trump is raising his debate expectations for President Joe Biden a week ahead of the two men facing off, and after spending months describing him as a weak, mentally unfit leader. “I assume he’s gonna be somebody that will be a worthyRead More →

Patrick Van Katwijk/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — The Biden administration is issuing a total ban on the use of a Russian-backed cybersecurity software in the United States due to the Russian government’s alleged influence operations over the software, the U.S. Commerce Department announced on Thursday. Kaspersky Lab’s software has been aRead More →

Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — Independent presidential candidate Robert Kennedy Jr. has received intense public scrutiny for promoting an array of unconventional theories, from claiming that vaccines are behind an “epidemic” of diseases in America to insisting that the CIA was directly involved in the assassination of his uncle, formerRead More →

Getty Images – STOCK (WASHINGTON) — The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday upheld a Trump-era tax on U.S. shareholders of some American-controlled foreign corporations, preserving a major source of government revenue while sidestepping the more controversial question of the constitutionality of the taxation of wealth. In a 7-2 decision, theRead More →

Spencer Platt/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — The Manhattan district attorney’s office on Thursday moved to dismiss the charges against most of the pro-Palestinian protesters arrested at Columbia University and nearby City College, though prosecutors are moving forward with cases against a handful of protesters who allegedly assaulted police officers. ProsecutorsRead More →