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Republican Rep. Chip Roy of Texas is calling for Congress to reconsider the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act in the aftermath of pro-life activist Mark Houck’s acquittal in Pennsylvania court.Houck, 48, was acquitted Monday after being arrested by the Department of Justice and tried on charges of obstructing entrance to a Philadelphia abortion facility in 2021.PENNSYLVANIA JURY ACQUITS PRO-LIFE ACTIVIST MARK HOUCK ON CHARGES OF OBSTRUCTING ABORTION CLINIC ACCESS”Justice has been served, but this brazen exercise in intimidation never should have happened. Mark Houck and his eight children never should have been forced to live through an…

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A lot goes into booking a flight, from making sure you get the best price available to keeping your luggage under the airline’s weight limit. Yet, just as important is where you are seated because that can make or break your flight experience, and you don’t want to get stuck on a flight for hours with a terrible seat – especially the dreaded middle seat. That’s why I’ll show you a few helpful tricks you can use to ensure you get the absolute best seat possible. CLICK TO GET KURT’S CYBERGUY NEWSLETTER WITH QUICK TIPS, TECH REVIEWS, SECURITY ALERTS AND EASY HOW-TO’S TO…

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Several hundred Alabama inmates are set to be freed from prison under a 2021 sentencing law that sends prisoners to supervised release several months before their sentences are set to end.Approximately 400 inmates are scheduled to be released under the law intended to make sure inmates have supervision when they leave prison, Cam Ward, executive director of the Alabama Bureau of Pardons and Paroles, said Monday.The law, which takes effect Tuesday, requires inmates to released between three and 12 months before their sentences end to be supervised by the Board of Pardon and Paroles for the remainder of their sentences.…

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Memphis police officers shouted 71 commands at Tyre Nichols within a 13-minute time span before officially announcing over the radio that he was in custody, according to a New York Times analysis. The orders, which the Times described as “often simultaneous and contradictory,” were issued in two locations: first next to his vehicle and the second to the area he fled and would be severely beaten. The Times said the newspaper analyzed all available video, which includes footage from police body cameras and street cameras, released by the City of Memphis on Friday. Despite modern police training calls for one officer at the…

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New York Giants legend Michael Strahan had the last word in an apparent social media feud among San Francisco 49ers great Joe Staley and a few players who wear or wore the blue and white.Staley, who beefed with Giants rookie Kayvon Thibodeaux and former kicker Lawrence Tynes, was on the receiving end of another Strahan blitz. The Hall of Famer defended the former Oregon standout.CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM New York Giants defensive end Kayvon Thibodeaux, #5, reacts after winning a wild card game against the Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis Jan. 15, 2023.…

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Most people don’t need an excuse to throw a party — yet it might just be what the doctor ordered.Recent research suggests that celebrations might benefit our health and well-being, according to a paper published in the Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, a peer-reviewed academic journal put out by the American Marketing AssociationThe research showed that these celebrations need three components: 1) gathering with other people; 2) having food and drink; and 3) highlighting an important milestone.ALABAMA FAMILY LEARNS VETERAN DAD SECRETLY PAID NEIGHBORS’ PHARMACY BILLS FOR A DECADE: ‘WANTED NO CREDIT’Celebrations reinforce participants’ social support and provide reassurance…

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According to two authors, it is the U.S. government’s responsibility to right its wrongs with slavery by paying out $14 trillion dollars to Black Americans in order to mitigate the racial wealth gap. Authors of “From Here to Equality: Reparations for Black Americans in the Twenty-First Century,’ William A. Darity and A. Kirsten Mullen, suggested the government should issue the massive reparations payout because of its “culpable role in slavery.”The pair appeared on CNBC’s “Changing the Narrative” to discuss their demands, explaining that the federal government is not only guilty as it pertains to slavery, but also in terms of racial…

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Members of the Senate Intelligence Committee continue to be frustrated by the lack of transparency afforded them when it comes to classified documents recovered from President Biden’s home, and the displeasure is being expressed by both parties.The Justice Department told committee leaders Sens. Mark Warner, D-Va., and Marco Rubio, R-Fla., that they were “working” on getting them “information that will satisfy the Committee’s responsibilities,” but the senators do not appear to be satisfied with this.”I appreciate the communication. But the subject of the communication doesn’t give me clarity on how and when we’re going to be able to fulfill our…

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A federal judge blocked more portions of New Jersey’s new gun control law on Monday, just three weeks after she blocked other parts of the law that she determined contain “considerable constitutional problems.” The new temporary restraining order from U.S. District Court Judge Renee Marie Bumb, a George W. Bush appointee, lifts the restriction on permitted gun owners from carrying concealed weapons in public parks, on beaches and in casinos. In a previous order, Bumb blocked parts of the law that prohibit guns from being carried in “sensitive locations,” including public libraries, museums, entertainment venues like stadiums, arenas and amusement parks,…

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Central California’s Tulare County will pay $32 million to settle a lawsuit alleging its child welfare agency failed to respond to reports of abuse involving an infant boy who was hospitalized for malnutrition and suffered brain damage, plaintiffs’ attorneys said Monday.Under the terms of the settlement, the county must also implement policies and computer software that will enable Child Welfare Services to better track and follow up on allegations of child abuse, according to a statement by the law firm Panish Shea Boyle Ravipudi.Tulare County officials and its attorneys did not immediately respond Monday to requests for comment on the…

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