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‘Hate’ taught at American universities ‘spilling out into streets’

By Fabrice Pierre-Toussaint Staff Writer for Telegraph Local | See my LinkedIn The Federalist senior editor Mollie Hemingway on “Fox & Friends” on Wednesday said that “universities have not done a good job of protecting free speech,” and it is “particularly bad when taxpayers are funding the seeds of their country’s own destruction by not […]

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City Council slashes $1B from police budget, bowing to ‘defund’ demands even as crime soars

By Fabrice Pierre-Toussaint Staff Writer for Telegraph Local | See my LinkedIn New York City lawmakers voted on Tuesday on budget changes that deviated $1 billion from the New York Police Department to programs that assist in youth and community development, a number that fell short of what many protesters in the city have requested. […]

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Chief justice continues leftward drift in key cases, angering Republicans and exciting liberals

By Fabrice Pierre-Toussaint Staff Writer for Telegraph Local | See my LinkedIn Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts’ position as the court’s new swing vote has become increasingly obvious in recent weeks, as he has been the deciding justice in several high-profile 5-4 decisions in which he sided with the court’s liberal bloc providing hope […]

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Rhode Island considers name change due to slavery connotations

By Fabrice Pierre-Toussaint Staff Writer for Telegraph Local | See my LinkedIn Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo signed an executive order on Monday taking the “first steps” to change the state’s full name: “The State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations.” Kentucky Attorney General says he still hasn’t decided whether or not to charge the […]

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Kentucky Attorney General says he still hasn’t decided whether or not to charge the cops involved in Breonna Taylor’s killing

By Fabrice Pierre-Toussaint Staff Writer for Telegraph Local | See my LinkedIn The Kentucky Attorney General has still not reached a decision on whether or not to charge the cops who shot Breonna Taylor and said on Thursday he would not crack under pressure like letters from Beyonce while trying to conduct his investigation.  Supreme […]

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Google Chrome users may have been impacted by a massive spying campaign

By Fabrice Pierre-Toussaint Staff Writer for Telegraph Local | See my LinkedIn Google removed dozens of malicious extensions from its Chrome Web Store after a cybersecurity firm uncovered a “massive global surveillance campaign” that was recently targeting users of the popular internet browser. Spotify stock soars on DC Comics, Kardashian podcast deals This search engine […]

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Spotify stock soars on DC Comics, Kardashian podcast deals

By Fabrice Pierre-Toussaint Staff Writer for Telegraph Local | See my LinkedIn Spotify said Thursday it has a new partnership with DC and Warner Bros. to exclusively produce and distribute new episodes of narrative scripted podcasts featuring popular comic book characters. Sony PlayStation 5 Price Briefly Leaked on Amazon Spotify shares touched a new 52-week […]

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Florida has ‘all the markings’ to become next coronavirus epicenter

By Fabrice Pierre-Toussaint Staff Writer for Telegraph Local | See my LinkedIn According to WESH.com, new projections claim Florida has the “markings of the next epicenter” of the coronavirus, days after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis denied the fact that Florida is seeing a spike in COVID-19 cases. WHO says asymptomatic COVID-19 spread is ‘very rare’ […]