Federal Judge Rules in Favor of Conservative Group, Demanding Access to Voter Rolls for Database Expansion

Santa Fe, New Mexico – A federal judge has issued a ruling stating that New Mexico election officials violated the National Voter Registration Act by refusing to provide voter rolls to a conservative group and its public online database. U.S. District Court Judge James Browning’s decision largely favors the Voter Reference Foundation, which seeks to expand a free database of registered voters to allow other organizations and individuals to search for potential fraud. However, critics argue that making voter lists widely available could expose sensitive information to bad actors or potentially disenfranchise voters through intimidation … Read more

Increasing Online Threats: Lawyer Receives Intimidating Texts Demanding Payment for Doctored Video Clip

Mumbai, India – A lawyer in Mumbai has received threatening text messages containing a manipulated video clip and demanding money. The attorney, whose name has been withheld for safety reasons, contacted authorities after being targeted by the disturbing messages. The lawyer stated that the video clip sent via the text messages was altered to appear as though they were engaged in illegal activities. The threat included a demand for a substantial sum of money to prevent the release of the edited clip. The lawyer immediately reported the incident to the police, who have launched an … Read more

Students Rally at Iowa State Capitol, Demanding Stronger Gun Laws After Fatal School Shooting

DES MOINES, Iowa — The halls of the Iowa State Capitol Building echoed with chants on Monday as hundreds of high school students from across the state gathered in the rotunda to demand stronger gun laws. This protest came just days after a fatal shooting that took place in Perry, Iowa, on January 4th, resulting in the death of sixth-grader Ahmir Jolliff and the injury of five others, including Perry High School Principal Dan Marburger. The students, representing approximately 12 to 15 high schools in Des Moines, held signs with messages such as “Are we … Read more

New York City Files Lawsuit Demanding $700 Million From Texas Charter Bus Companies Over Migrant Housing Costs

New York City has filed a lawsuit seeking over $700 million from Texas charter bus companies to cover the expenses of housing and caring for migrants who have been transported to the city. The lawsuit aims to recover past shelter, food, and healthcare costs for migrants brought from Texas, as well as future costs for migrants already in the city and those who may be transported in the future. According to the mayor’s office, more than 33,600 migrants have already been transported to New York City from Texas. The mayor’s administration has been trying to … Read more