Remembrance Day Film Screening of ‘Here Lived’ at FDR Presidential Library and Museum

Hyde Park, NY – In honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum, in collaboration with the Jewish Federation of Dutchess County, will be hosting a special film screening of “Here Lived” on Friday, January 26 at 2 p.m. at the Henry A. Wallace Center at the FDR Presidential … Read more

First Presidential Administration Seeks Death Penalty for White Gunman in 2022 Racist Mass Shooting in Buffalo, NY

Federal prosecutors in Buffalo, New York, are seeking the death penalty for Payton Gendron, the White gunman responsible for a racist mass shooting at a supermarket in 2022. This marks the first time President Biden’s Justice Department has authorized the pursuit of the death penalty. Gendron, 20, is facing hate crime and firearms charges for … Read more

Presidential Candidate Nikki Haley Calls Out President Biden’s Speech at Historic Black Church, Calls Act Offensive

DES MOINES, Iowa – Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley criticized President Joe Biden’s recent speech at a historic South Carolina church, where nine Black parishioners were slain in a 2015 racist attack. Haley called it “offensive” for Biden to give what she described as a “political speech” at the church, questioning his authority to lecture … Read more

Trump’s Presidential Pardon Promise to Jan. 6 Rioters Sparks Controversy and Fear of Political Violence

Donald Trump kicked off his 2024 presidential campaign with a rally in Waco, Texas, igniting interest in the fate of the Jan. 6 rioters and the government’s investigation. This key political issue has the potential to impact the upcoming election and the future of the rioters involved. The FBI and prosecutors have been relentless in … Read more