Stephen Groves


Connecticut teacher sues after being disciplined for criticizing ‘identity, privilege’ training

A Connecticut teacher is suing Hartford Public Schools for allegedly violating his First Amendment rights after he disagreed with an “Identity and Privilege” training. John Grande claimed in a federal lawsuit that Hartford school officials “fabricated” evidence during a “witch hunt” investigation against him after he disagreed with the training. The Hartford Public Schools district…

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Los Angeles investigators strive to identify thousands of ‘unclaimed dead’

Investigators in Los Angeles County are consistently working to identify thousands of unclaimed remains. If they are unable to, the remains are buried along with tens of thousands of others in a communal grave for the unclaimed dead. The team’s investigative efforts include searching through possessions, reaching out to nursing homes and examining public records. …

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Fox News ‘Antisemitism Exposed’ Newsletter: Families of American hostages launch fresh appeal for loved ones

Family members of Americans taken hostage by Hamas during the Oct. 7 terrorist attacks in Israel have launched an ad campaign to pressure officials to bring their loved ones home. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) ( Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) Fox News’ “Antisemitism Exposed” newsletter brings you stories on the rising anti-Jewish prejudice across the U.S. and…

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North Korea fired 200 artillery rounds near border, violating of 2018 military agreement, South says

North Korea fired hundreds of artillery rounds along its sea boundary with neighboring South Korea in violation of a 2018 military agreement, Seoul’s defense ministry said. South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said North Korea fired 200 rounds in the waters north of their disputed western sea boundary. South Korea suffered no damages, it said….

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