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  • FUESD LCAP Community Partner Forum spurs collaboration and innovation for Fallbrook students

    Updated Mar 28, 2024

    FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Union Elementary School District recently hosted a highly productive LCAP Community Partner Forum, a pivotal event that brought together influential community and organizational leaders from across Fallbrook and the Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton. This gathering served as a dynamic platform for district leaders to engage in profound dialogue, discussing overarching district goals and initiatives, while also receiving invaluable feedback from t...

  • Mothers sue Merck alleging wrongful deaths of daughters from HPV vaccine

    Updated Feb 29, 2024

    By Naveen Athrappully The Epoch Times Pharma company Merck is facing two more lawsuits against its human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine Gardasil, alleging that the shots led to the death of two children. The lawsuits were filed on behalf of two mothers who “contend the HPV vaccine caused serious autoimmune and neurological dysfunction, ultimately resulting in the deaths of their daughters,” according to a Feb. 16 press release by Wisner Baum, the law firm representing the plaintiffs. The complaints against Merck cite the fol...

  • Medical Examiner establishes Douglas Hardy murdered by blunt force trauma

    Julie Reeder and AC Investigations|Updated Feb 22, 2024

    At about 4:21 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 9, Fallbrook Sheriff deputies were called to a scene in the 1600 block of South Mission Road after receiving a disconnected distress call, according to San Diego Sheriff's Lt. Joseph Jarjura. Upon arrival, Sheriffs found a man to already be deceased. The Medical Examiner's Office determined the preliminary results for cause of death to be blunt force trauma and the manner of death was a homicide. The victim was positively identified as...

  • Camp Pendleton on list of US Military Barracks in substandard condition: Report

    Updated Sep 28, 2023

    Naveen Athrappully The Epoch Times Thousands of U.S. military personnel are residing in unclean conditions, exposed to sewage, toxic water, mold, and potential infections, according to a recent report by a governmental watchdog, blaming the Defense Department (DOD) for the poor situation. U. S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) officials visited 10 military installations in the country as part of their inspections. Some of the barracks were found to not meet even “minimum standards for assignment or occupancy” as outline...

  • 'Uncorroborated Intelligence': Durham Report Torches FBI, DOJ For Handling Of Trump-Russia Probe

    Updated Jun 7, 2023

    ARJUN SINGH CONTRIBUTOR Special Counsel John Durham found that the FBI used “uncorroborated intelligence” when launching its probe into former President Donald Trump, and that FBI agents failed to maintain “strict fidelity to the law” in their investigation, according to a copy of the report obtained by the Daily Caller News Foundation. Durham, appointed to investigate political bias by the FBI in its investigation of President Donald Trump, wrote that “neither U.S. nor the Intelligence Community appears to have possessed any...

  • FBI 'Afraid' Informant in Biden Bribery Scheme Could Be Killed If 'Unmasked': Rep. Luna

    Updated Jun 7, 2023

    By Caden Pearson Rep. Anna Luna (R-Fla.) said on Monday that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is afraid their confidential informant on an alleged criminal bribery scheme involving President Joe Biden and his family will be killed if their identity is revealed. "Just left meeting for House Oversight. The [FBI] is afraid their informant will be killed if unmasked, based on the info he has brought forward about the Biden family," Luna wrote on Twitter. Luna posted her...

  • Speaker McCarthy Threatens To Hold FBI Director In Contempt Over Joe Biden Document

    Updated May 31, 2023

    MICHAEL GINSBERG Daily Caller Congressional Correspondent Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy is threatening to hold FBI Director Christopher Wray in contempt of Congress if the Bureau does not produce a document alleging potential wrongdoing by President Joe Biden. “Let me tell Director Christopher Wray, right here, right now, if he misses the deadline today, I am prepared to move contempt charges in Congress against him. We have jurisdiction over this,” McCarthy said Tuesday on “Fox & Friends.” “He can send us the docum...

  • IN-DEPTH: Inquiries for Unvaccinated Donor Blood on the Rise, Contractor Says

    Updated May 31, 2023

    By Patricia Tolson Epoch Times The demand for unvaccinated blood is on the rise, a blood products and services provider said. Kirby Winn, public relations manager of ImpactLife, says that while the hospitals his company serves have not expressed any interest in receiving unvaccinated blood, he has noticed the demand for “pure blood” rising from the general population.Kirby Winn, public relations manager of ImpactLife. (Courtesy of Kirby Winn) According to its website, ImpactLife provides blood products and services to mor...

  • Mayor: 5 unaccounted for including 2 likely in wreckage of collapsed Iowa apartment building

    Updated May 31, 2023

    By SCOTT McFETRIDGE and HANNAH FINGERHUT Associated Press DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Five people remain unaccounted for, including two people whose remains may be in a pile of rubble at the site of a partially collapsed apartment building, officials of the city of Davenport, Iowa, said Tuesday. Mayor Mike Matson confirmed the numbers at a news conference following criticism that the city was moving too quickly toward demolishing the building before making sure that no one is still inside. Protests erupted after a woman was r...

  • Don Diego awards $62,000 in college scholarships

    Updated May 31, 2023

    DEL MAR – Twenty-one idealistic, accomplished and ambitious students from across the region will head this fall to colleges around California and throughout the country, bolstered by Diego Scholarship Foundation scholarships. Together, the recipients share $62,000 in monetary awards. Don Diego annually offers college scholarships in an array of categories to students who reside in San Diego County and have participated in the San Diego County Fair and/or other activities a...

  • Pentagon Posts Official Deadline For Military Branches To Stop Forcing COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

    Updated Mar 2, 2023

    ALEXANDER PEASE Daily caller The Pentagon declared in a memo to each branch of the U.S. military Friday that all COVID-19 vaccine mandate policies must be officially rolled back by St. Patrick’s Day, March 17. Not only does the latest Pentagon guidance prevent the service branches from forcing the enlisted to get the shot, but also will reverse “any existing flags or in-process involuntary separations for service members who have refused vaccination,” Military Times reported. “DoD Component heads shall formally rescind...

  • Jacinda Ardern To Resign As Prime Minister Of New Zealand

    SARAH WEAVER, The Daily Caller Social Issues Reporter|Updated Jan 18, 2023

    Jacinda Ardern is resigning as prime minister of New Zealand, the Labour leader announced Thursday. Ardern will step down no later than Feb. 7, saying she, "no longer had enough in the tank" for the job. "I'm leaving, because with such a privileged role comes responsibility. The responsibility to know when you are the right person to lead and also when you are not," Ardern said, The Guardian reported. "I know what this job takes. And I know that I no longer have enough in the...

  • House Sends $1.7 Trillion Spending Package To Biden's Desk

    MICHAEL GINSBERG, Daily Caller Congressional Correspondent|Updated Dec 23, 2022

    The House of Representatives passed the Fiscal Year 2023 appropriations package Friday, sending the $1.7 trillion omnibus bill to President Joe Biden’s desk. Nine Republicans joined 215 Democrats in supporting the legislation. Two of the supporting Republicans will return for the 118th Congress. All but one of the 200 “no” votes came from Republicans. The package, which includes $858 billion in defense spending and $772 billion in domestic spending, passed the Senate 68-29 on Thursday. More than 200 members filed proxy letter...

  • Twitter child exploitations cause Elon Musk to dissolves 'Trust And Safety Council'

    Updated Dec 15, 2022

    Sarah Weaver Daily Caller Staff Writer Twitter announced late Monday that it has disbanded the company’s Trust and Safety Council, a board of experts that advised the platform on the “safety” of certain content, following concerns over child exploitation. “As Twitter moves into a new phase, we are reevaluating how best to bring external insights into our product and policy development work,” the company wrote in an email to board members. “As part of this process, we have decided that the Trust and Safety Council is not the...

  • Court permanently blocks Biden administration's transgender mandate

    Updated Dec 15, 2022

    Tom Ozimek The Epoch Times A federal appeals court has permanently blocked the Biden administration's bid to force doctors and insurers to perform or pay for gender-transition procedures even if they object on grounds of conscience and medical judgment, with the court basing its decision on constitutional protections of religious freedom. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit issued a unanimous ruling (pdf) on Dec. 9 blocking the controversial U.S. Department of...

  • Deputy assistant secretary at DOE out of a job after alleged luggage thefts

    Updated Dec 15, 2022

    Trevor Schakohl Daily Caller Legal Reporter The Energy Department (DOE) has ended its employment of Sam Brinton, a deputy assistant secretary for spent fuel and waste disposition within the DOE’s nuclear office, after Brinton was accused of stealing luggage at U.S. airports on two separate occasions, the department confirmed to the Daily Caller News Foundation. Brinton was appointed in February, becoming the first genderfluid person to hold a federal leadership role. The department declined to comment further on personnel m...

  • Growing body of evidence shows 'social influence' is causing teens to undergo sex changes

    Updated Dec 1, 2022

    Laurel Duggan Social Issues and Culture Reporter Daily Caller News Foundation The number of young people identifying as transgender has soared in recent years, and females have come to make up the vast majority of patients seeking gender transitions, reversing a longstanding trend. Some view this rapid demographic shift as evidence that peer influence is driving young people, females in particular, to transition. "Adolescents are very susceptible to peer influence, so to...

  • Elon Musk Says Releasing Internal Discussions On Hunter Biden Laptop Story Is 'Necessary To Restore Public Trust'

    Updated Dec 1, 2022

    Nicole Silverio Daily Caller News Foundation Elon Musk revealed late Wednesday, Nov. 24, that it is “necessary” to release internal discussions about the censorship of the New York Post’s Hunter Biden laptop story prior to the 2020 election. Twitter locked The New York Post’s account in October 2020 for posting a now-confirmed report of emails contained on Biden’s laptop that detail a meeting between him and his father, President Joe Biden, with an executive of Ukrainian gas company Burisma in 2015. The laptop contained...

  • US Bans Chinese Tech That Allegedly Lets China Spy On Military Sites

    Updated Dec 1, 2022

    MICAELA BURROW Daily Caller News Founcation The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Friday announced a ban on new imports of Chinese-owned telecommunications equipment, including the equipment suspected of surveilling sensitive U.S. military sites. The new rules, prohibiting U.S. sales and imports of equipment from companies including Huawei and ZTE, are the first to be implemented on the grounds they pose “unacceptable risk to national security,” FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr said Friday. U.S. authorities have express...

  • Liz Truss becomes Britain's new prime minister

    Updated Sep 8, 2022

    By DANICA KIRKA and JILL LAWLESS Associated Press LONDON (AP) - Liz Truss became U.K. prime minister on Tuesday and immediately confronted the enormous task ahead of her amid increasing pressure to curb soaring prices, ease labor unrest and fix a health care system burdened by long waiting lists and staff shortages. At the top of her inbox is the energy crisis triggered by Russia's invasion of Ukraine, which threatens to push energy bills to unaffordable levels, shuttering...

  • Putin attends joint military drills with China, others

    Updated Sep 8, 2022

    By VLADIMIR ISACHENKOV MOSCOW (AP) - Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday attended sweeping war games in his country's far east involving troops from China and other nations, in a show of military muscle amid the tensions with the West over Moscow's action in Ukraine. The weeklong exercise that began Thursday is intended to showcase growing defense ties between Russia and China and also demonstrate that Moscow has enough troops and equipment for the massive drills even...

  • Western fires outpace California effort to fill inmate crews

    Updated Aug 24, 2022

    DON THOMPSON Associated Press SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - As wildfires rage across California each year, exhausted firefighters call for reinforcements from wherever they can get them - even as far as Australia. Yet one homegrown resource is rarely used: thousands of experienced firefighters who earned their chops in prison. Two state programs designed to get more former inmate firefighters hired professionally have barely made a dent, according to an Associated Press review,...

  • Operation Cross County Recovers Trafficking Victim

    Updated Aug 24, 2022

    Village News Staff While the FBI leadership nationally is in the news and faces continued scrutiny for the politicization of the bureau, the rank and file continue to work with their state and local partners to fight child and human trafficking. During two weeks in August, the FBI identified and located 84 minor victims of child sex trafficking and child sexual exploitation offenses and located 37 actively missing children during a nationwide enforcement campaign, dubbed “Operation Cross Country.” This included 26 adult and...

  • South Korea's alternative civilian service may violate international standards

    Updated May 18, 2022

    SAN DIEGO – As the world prepares for International Conscientious Objector Day on May 15, more than 800 Jehovah’s Witnesses in South Korea have chosen to perform alternative civilian service instead of compulsory military duties. Under the current ACS format, these young men are prisoners by definition, because they are forced to live and work in prison facilities. The republic’s 36-month ACS is the longest in the world, twice the length of active military service, and thus considered punitive. Experts inside and outsi...

  • Americans with criminal records see hope in job opportunities

    Updated Apr 27, 2022

    WASHINGTON, DC – (Pinkston News Service) – In his March 31 proclamation marking April as Second Chance Month, President Biden said “by supporting people who are committed to rectifying their mistakes, redefining themselves, and making meaningful contributions to society, we help reduce recidivism and build safer communities.” As corporate America struggles with a labor shortage gap, some businesses are hiring individuals with criminal backgrounds to fill open job roles. Last year, a group of approximately 40 major corpora...

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