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NSF Awards $576,061 to Combat Science Misinformation in Black Communities

Keeping with its mission of combating disinformation, the Biden administration is giving professors at a public university over half a million dollars to fight science-related misinformation and misperceptions in black communities. The goal is to counter inequity and mistrust in scientific information and understand science misinformation in black communities, according to the government agency that is doling out the money for the research, the National Science Foundation (NSF).

Judicial Watch: San Francisco District Attorney Refuses to Release Details of Police Response to Assault of Paul Pelosi

In its November 2022 request to the district attorney, Judicial Watch noted a news report stating that news organizations had been rebuffed on similar requests and, pursuant to the California Public Records Act, asked for, in addition to the recording and camera footage: All records of communications, including emails and text messages, between the SFDAO [San Francisco District Attorney’s Office] and the San Francisco Police Department concerning the incident. It also asked for communications with several federal agencies, including the Justice Department, the Capitol Police, and the FBI. Judicial Watch also asked for the identities of the persons at the Pelosi home at the time of the incident.

Judicial Watch Files Appeal Challenging FBI’s Withholding of Communications with Banks Regarding January 6 Disturbance

In its appeal Judicial Watch points out that the lower court was mistaken when it upheld the FBI’s Glomar response (neither confirming nor denying the existence of records) because the FBI previously acknowledged the existence of the records in multiple ways. For instance, court records filed in support of a criminal case include the FBI’s statement of facts that provides the defendant’s address, which was obtained through “his Bank of America account and recent Expedia transactions.”

TSA Director Accused of Fraud, Waste for Unlawfully Deploying Assets to Mexican Border

The head of the federal agency created after 9/11 to protect the nation’s transportation system is accused of fraud, waste, and abuse of authority for unlawfully deploying assets to the Mexican border to perform duties unrelated to transportation, according to a report filed with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Inspector General.

 

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Watchdog weighs up suing San Francisco DA for Paul Pelosi attack records

Washington Examiner

Judicial Watch and news organizations have attempted to obtain the materials under California’s Public Records Act but have been nixed by newly elected District Attorney Brooke Jenkins. Controversy still dogs the Oct. 28 break-in of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-CA) home, especially after an NBC reporter was suspended for reporting facts that court records show are true.

 

Legal Experts Defend Trump Over Special Counsel Pick

Newsmax

Legal experts rallied to Donald Trump’s defense Friday in criticizing Attorney General Merrick Garland’s appointment of former federal attorney Jack Smith as special counsel to head the Department of Justice’s investigations of the former president.

 

CBS tarred and feathered for admitting existence of Hunter Biden’s laptop two years after New York Post report

Fox News

Conservatives on Twitter tore into CBS News for finally admitting that the controversial Hunter Biden laptop — containing the personal files and shady business dealings of President Joe Biden’s son and foreign countries — is real.

 

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