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U.S. Customs and Border Patrol agents in the El Paso Sector say they've been catching women drug couriers at the border with fentanyl and cocaine smuggled inside their body cavities. Peer-to-peer car rental services are being taken advantage of by criminals. Border Patrol says criminals are getting a hold of the vehicles and using them for drug and…
 
For nearly a year, inflation has been hammering Americans. Every month when the Consumer Price Index report gets released, rates have stayed high or gone higher. Hopes that elevated prices were beginning to settle were dashed Friday morning when the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released data showing that the CPI, its broad measure for prices of…
 
With interest rates and inflation climbing, many people want to know when these high prices will start to trend downward, and at least one investment professional has said that some financial freedom may be right around the corner. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the consumer price index of all goods increased 1% in May over April, and…
 
This year's report reveals new insights about digital news consumption based on a YouGov survey of over 93,000 online news consumers in 46 markets covering half of the world's population. The report documents ways in which the connection between journalism and the public may be fraying, including a fall in trust following last year’s positive bump,…
 
Since late February, Americans who have gotten a booster shot appear to be testing positive for COVID-19 more often than those vaccinated without the extra shot, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data. This is based on numbers up until the week of April 23, which is the most recently released CDC data comparing case rates of t…
 
U.S. President Joe Biden demanded oil companies explain why they aren't putting more gasoline on the market, sharply escalating his rhetoric against industry as he faces pressure over rising prices. Biden wrote to executives from Marathon Petroleum Corp, (MPC.N) Valero Energy Corp, (VLO.N) and Exxon Mobil Corp (XOM.N) and complained they had cut ba…
 
Police had enough officers and firepower on the scene of the Uvalde school massacre to have stopped the gunman three minutes after he entered the building, and they would have found the door to the classroom where he was holed up unlocked if they had bothered to check it, the head of the Texas state police testified Tuesday, pronouncing the law enf…
 
Mexican narcos' fascination with exotic animals was on display this week after a spider monkey dressed up as a drug gang mascot was killed in a shootout, a 450-pound tiger wandered the streets in the Pacific coast state of Nayarit, and a man died after trying to pet a captive tiger in a cartel-dominated area of western Michoacan state. See omnystud…
 
Multiple officers were inside Robb Elementary School armed with rifles and at least one ballistic shield by 11:52 a.m. on May 24, but they didn't breach a classroom door and take out the gunman who killed 19 children and two adults for nearly an hour, according to documents reviewed by the Austin-American Statesman. The new details shed light on th…
 
Secret government charter flights paid for by taxpayer funds are quietly transporting migrants from the southern border to other cities across the U.S. The flights, which take off from border cities like El Paso, Texas, are taking busloads of illegal aliens to various cities around the country including Jacksonville, Florida, Alexandria, Louisiana …
 
All signs indicate a financial downturn is on the way. Wells Fargo CEO Charlie Scharf said there’s “no question” that the U.S. is headed for rough economic times, and investment firm Y Combinator told startups to “plan for the worst.” With rising inflation, ongoing supply chain issues and a forecast of reduced retail sales, fashion brands are makin…
 
The pandemic heated a simmering pilot shortage to boiling point, leaving U.S. airlines scrambling to hire enough pilots to get flight schedules back to full capacity. The shortage is expected to limit capacity growth, and be a factor in higher ticket prices. U.S. airlines received billions in government loans in 2020 to make payroll as travel restr…
 
Our weekly legal segment. TOPIC 1- 'I WAS AFRAID TO EVEN DEFEND MYSELF': STUDENT SUES UNIVERSITY THAT RESTRICTED HER SPEECH ON CAMPUS Alliance Defending Freedom filed a lawsuit against Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville after three no-contact orders allegedly chilled a student's First Amendment rights. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of S…
 
Student organizations from two public Florida universities are supporting a left-wing community action group's fight for defunding the local police. "People's Budget." The policy is part of the Tallahassee Community Action Committee's (TCAC) proposed "People's Budget." The budget advocates for defunding the police and creating a citizens oversight …
 
The average household is expected to spend nearly 1% more for electricity compared to summer 2021. Summer is right around the corner, which means jamming up those air conditioning units. However, with the cost of energy rising, cooling down the house in the midst of the sweltering summer heat is going to cost more than usual. The U.S. Energy Inform…
 
The D-FW rate, reported by the Labor Department every other month, checked in a half-percentage point above the country’s four-decade high of 8.6%. Gasoline prices are showing no let-up, pushing inflation to its highest level since 1981. Gas prices are now forecast to reach $5 a gallon in Texas. The national average gas price on Friday was $4.99 a …
 
There have always been homeless people in the United States. As economic circumstances and demographic forces have fluctuated, so have the size and composition of the homeless population, although relatively permanent skid rows where homeless people congregate have long been a feature of many large cities. In the past decade, however, the problem o…
 
Airfares have increased by 25% just in the last year, according to the Consumer Price Index. One key factor pushing up prices: Demand for travel is high. For the first time, passengers screened at TSA checkpoints across the U.S. have risen to about 90% of pre-pandemic levels. In April alone, prices went up nearly 20%, according to the Bureau of Lab…
 
Americans are putting more on their credit cards and taking out fewer mortgages, as they need to borrow more to cover the increasing cost of everyday essentials and rates rise. A record 537 million credit card accounts were opened in the first quarter, a jump of 31 million over the past year, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York's quar…
 
When it comes to how we think of food and our bodies, early experiences often set the tone. Many parents grew up with the clean-plate club or the diet du jour, and they have sought to change the script. But while our understanding of nutrition and psychology has improved, the world we inhabit is more image-conscious than ever, leaving parents to ba…
 
David Prince, of Eagle Gun Range, joined the WBAP Morning News. The US Supreme Court is set to deliver a major ruling on gun control. This, in response, to the recent shootings in Buffalo, NY and Uvalde, TX. What does that mean for your rights? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Cumulus Media Dallas
 
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