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A bill passed by Florida lawmakers that would ban social media use for kids under 16 awaits a signature by the governor.

Feb 23, 2024

Florida’s social media ban for kids under 16 awaits Gov. DeSantis’ signature

Florida may soon have one of the strictest social media laws in the United States. On Friday, Feb. 23, a bill that would ban children under the age of 16 from social media, regardless of parental consent, is heading to Gov. Ron DeSantis’ desk for his signature. According to The Associated Press, the proposed restrictions,…

The fate of a suspected murderer is in the middle of a feud between Arizona's Maricopa County attorney and the Manhattan district attorney.

Feb 23, 2024

AZ attorney won’t extradite NYC murder suspect, says DA too soft on criminals

Arizona and New York are at a crossroads between crime and politics. The fate of a suspected murderer is in the middle of a feud between Arizona’s Maricopa County attorney and the Manhattan district attorney. Maricopa County Attorney Rachel Mitchell, a Republican, is refusing to extradite murder suspect Raad Almansoori, 26. Police said Almansoori confessed to killing a woman…

NYPD says there is a migrant crime wave in New York City after an altercation between police and a migrant was caught on camera.

Feb 21, 2024

NYPD warns of migrant crime in NYC after shelter altercation caught on video

The New York Police Department said there is a migrant crime wave in the city. At the city’s largest migrant shelter on Randall’s Island, a recent altercation between police and migrants was caught on camera, Thursday, Feb. 15. In the video, recorded from inside the shelter and posted to social media, migrants are seen throwing…

Researchers say that deep brain stimulators are showing encouraging results for patients with treatment-resistant depression.

Feb 21, 2024

Deep brain stimulation for severe depression shows promising results

A 2023 Gallup survey found 29% of U.S. adults reported being diagnosed with depression at some point in their lifetime, a jump of more than 10 points from 2015. Meanwhile, the share of Americans being treated for depression has reached nearly 18%, the highest rate since Gallup began measuring depression rates using its current form…

Bus after bus, major cities far from the border are starting to buckle under budgetary pressures of the nation's migrant crisis.

Feb 21, 2024

Why major cities are slashing services to pay for the migrant crisis

Bus after bus, major cities far from the border are starting to buckle under budgetary pressures of the nation’s migrant crisis. S&P Global Ratings is monitoring the credit health of New York, Denver and Chicago as they face sheltering tens of thousands of asylum-seekers. “The issue will destroy New York City,” Mayor Eric Adams said…

Michigan is asking residents to house migrants through the group "Welcome Corp" due to overcrowding in cities like Detroit.

Feb 20, 2024

Michigan asks residents to help house, settle migrants

Michigan is encouraging residents to welcome migrants into their homes to help integrate them into society. Michigan, like many other states, is experiencing an influx of migrants traveling north from the southern border as they await asylum claims. Shelters in Detroit are over capacity, leading to migrant transfers, which send migrants to hotels or other…

A group of pro-Trump truckers said they are boycotting New York City after a fraud ruling against the former president.

Feb 19, 2024

Pro-Trump truckers vow to boycott NYC after fraud ruling

A group of truckers who support former President Donald Trump said they are boycotting New York City. The boycott is in response to a court ruling in which a New York judge ordered Trump to pay $355 million. Manhattan Supreme Court Judge Arthur Engoron also restricted the former president from doing business in New York…

The DA leading Georgia's election interference case against former President Donald Trump testified about allegations of improper conduct.

Feb 16, 2024

Fulton County DA Fani Willis testifies in Trump election interference case: The Morning Rundown, Feb. 16, 2024

The district attorney leading Georgia’s election interference case against former President Donald Trump takes the stand. And Amazon is sued after a subscriber says the addition of ads to Prime Video is ‘immoral.’ These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Friday, Feb. 16, 2024. Fulton County DA Fani Willis testifies in Trump election…

New York City has filed a lawsuit against five social media companies, alleging Big Tech knowingly made the platforms addictive to teens.

Feb 15, 2024

NYC sues social media owners, alleges Big Tech made platforms addictive

In January, New York City became the first major U.S. city to declare social media an “environmental toxin.” On Wednesday, Feb. 14, Mayor Eric Adams announced that New York City has filed a lawsuit against five social media companies, alleging Facebook, Instagram, Google, YouTube and Snapchat knowingly made their platforms addictive for teens. The lawsuit…

ICE is considering releasing migrants due to a lack of funding, however, this could cause issues for cities already facing overcrowding.

Feb 15, 2024

ICE could release thousands of detained migrants due to budget deficit

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is reportedly considering a plan to release thousands of migrants held in detention facilities due to a lack of funding to sustain operations. Detention facility operations amount to some of the costliest expenses for the agency. To trim costs while facing a budget deficit, more migrants could potentially be released…

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