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Woman gets jail sentence for making 10 false rape claims against 2 men

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Police in the U.K. launched 60 investigations into allegations that two men raped a British woman. However, now the woman who claimed to be a sexual assault victim is going to jail after the rape accusations turned out to be false, according to police. Cathy Richardson, 35, filed criminal complaints against two men between January and May...

Judge rules First Amendment protects activists recording factory farms

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A federal court blocked the state of Iowa’s efforts to prevent animal rights activists from filming commercial livestock operations, reports the Des Moines Register. Since 2012, Iowa has passed four statutes, known by opponents as “ag-gag” laws, that target animal rights activists who have published video and images from inside large livestock facilities, “sometimes infiltrating them by signing...

Man says he was paid $21,000 for trading in 3D-printed guns at government buyback event, New York attorney general responds

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A New York man claimed that he was paid $21,000 for trading in 3D-printed guns at a government buyback event. A man who identified himself as “Kem” noticed that the New York attorney general’s office was holding a gun buyback event at the Utica Police Department on Aug. 27. Kem allegedly 3D-printed dozens of guns on a...

Court dismisses NRA free speech lawsuit

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Last week, a federal appeals court ordered the dismissal of a National Rifle Association (NRA) lawsuit accusing a New York regulator of violating the NRA’s First Amendment rights by pressuring banks and insurers to stop doing business with the gun-rights group, reports Reuters. The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit said the NRA failed to...

Afghanistan evacuee accused of sexually assaulting 12-year-old New Mexico boy, punching child in the face: Officials

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An Afghanistan national who escaped the Middle Eastern country during the Biden administration’s tumultuous evacuation has been charged with a child sex crime and violent assault of a 12-year-old boy in New Mexico. On Sept. 21, Shah Mahmood Selab, 35, was charged in federal court with coercion and enticement of a minor. Selab faces a minimum of...

White House expected to publish privacy-focused executive order next week

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The White House is expected to publish an executive order on international data transfers next week, reports Politico. The order is designed to “address European concerns over surveillance practices in the United States,” Politico explains. Since 2016, the European Union and the U.S. have operated under what is known as the Privacy Shield agreement. The agreement is intended...

‘You loot, we shoot’: Ron DeSantis delivers unflinching warning to criminals after looters caught stealing in devastating Hurricane Ian aftermath: ‘Don’t even think about looting’

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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis issued a stern warning to would-be criminals thinking about taking advantage of the chaos left by Hurricane Ian: “Don’t even think about looting.” Hurricane Ian obliterated areas of southwest Florida this week – leaving a trail of death and destruction. The current death toll is at least 45 people, but that number is expected...

Tesla unveils humanoid robot, plans to sell ‘millions’

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On Friday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk unveiled Optimus, a functioning humanoid robot that shares some artificial intelligence software and sensors with Tesla cars’ Autopilot driver assistance features. The version of Opitimus that was unveiled at Tesla’s AI Day event is only a prototype, but Tesla believes that a version of it will be available to consumers in the...

Virginia Democrat torches own party for not taking action on banning Congress from trading stocks, calls for new leadership: ‘This moment marks a failure’

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A Virginia Democrat called for new leadership in her party after plans to vote on legislation banning lawmakers from trading stocks were scrapped. Abigail Spanberger (D-Va.) lashed out at her own Democrat Party for engaging in “delay tactics” when it comes to banning members of Congress, their spouses, and their dependent children from buying, selling, and trading...

Why Teachers Give Up on Struggling Students

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In America, we pride ourselves on the idea that all men are created equal and that, thanks to the freedoms provided by our Founding Fathers in the Constitution, we can pretty much be whatever we want to be. Capitalism gives us this dream, the “American Dream,” that even the poorest of us can one day be something...