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Oakland TV crew robbed at gunpoint hours after police chief slams $18M budget cut amid homicide surge

California police chief warns $18 million budget cut leaves the city less safe

A pair of robbers in Oakland, California, held up a television news crew at gunpoint just hours after the city’s police chief warned of safety concerns following officials’ decision to slash his department’s budget by more than $18 million, police said.  The news crew was filming an interview with the city’s director of violence prevention outside City Hall around…

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Air Force revises physical fitness test to allow walking, planks

Air Force revises physical fitness test to allow walking, planks

The U.S. Air Force this week will announce changes to its physical fitness test and will no longer require candidates to run. A senior spokesperson for the Air Force confirmed to Fox News on Wednesday that changes – designed to personalize the testing process – would be publicly detailed on Thursday. They were explained by the branch’s Chief Master…

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Bill Cosby ruling could have chilling effect on survivors, sexual assault victim advocates say

Bill Cosby ruling could have chilling effect on survivors, sexual assault victim advocates say

Bill Cosby’s release from prison could have a chilling effect on survivors coming forward after Pennsylvania’s highest court threw out the famed comic’s conviction on Wednesday, advocates for sexual assault victims told Fox News.  “It is incredibly disappointing. It is shocking that someone could have committed so many sexual assaults and get away with it because of a procedural…

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Revised vote count again shows tight NYC mayoral race following Tuesday’s tally tumult

Revised vote count again shows tight NYC mayoral race following Tuesday's tally tumult

The New York City Board of Elections released an update Wednesday evening, showing mayoral candidates Eric Adams neck-and-neck with Kathryn Garcia following the fallout over a significant tabulation error. The city’s rank-choice votes are largely in, with Adams edging ahead of Garcia by 51 percent to 49 percent of the votes, though there are another 124,000 absentee ballots still to…

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Former Victoria’s Secret model accuses brand of ‘performative ally ship’ after company ditches Angels

Former Victoria's Secret model accuses brand of 'performative ally ship' after company ditches Angels

Former Victoria’s Secret model Bridget Malcolm slammed the lingerie brand for “performative ally ship” in a recent viral TikTok video. Malcolm called the brand’s “performative ally ship” a “joke” in the video after Victoria’s Secret did away with their models, referred to as Angels, and partnered with diverse spokeswomen, including soccer star Megan Rapinoe, instead.  “Too little, too late Victoria’s…

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Turley: Cosby ruling an example where prosecutors can undermine their own case, court was ‘clearly correct’

Turley: Cosby ruling an example where prosecutors can undermine their own case, court was ‘clearly correct'

George Washington University law professor and Fox News contributor Jonathan Turley joined criminal defense attorney Donna Rotunno on “The Story” Tuesday to react to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturning the sex assault conviction of Bill Cosby. DONNA ROTUNNO: This is such an unbelievable day for justice. When we look at the system of justice, we have to remember there’s nothing more important than the presumption…

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Democratic Rep. Defazio: Pass House infrastructure bill because . . . climate change

Democratic Rep. Defazio: Pass House infrastructure bill because . . . climate change

Rep. Peter A. DeFazio, D-Ore., called on House lawmakers to pass a massive surface transportation bill on Wednesday, arguing the legislation was necessary to overhaul the country’s highways due to the impacts of climate change. DeFazio, chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, pointed to an ongoing heatwave that has damaged infrastructure in the Pacific Northwest as an…

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Sausalito clears homeless camp from waterfront park

Sausalito clears homeless camp from waterfront park

The San Francisco Bay Area city of Sausalito has cleared a homeless encampment from a waterfront park under a federal court order that allowed the camp to be disbanded and moved to another site. Camp occupants and housing activists resisted Tuesday, jeering at police and demanding to see a warrant, the Marin Independent Journal reported. Sausalito served notice of…

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