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‘Vicious’ Anti-Israel attacks turn Democratic party against Israel: ‘They’re terrified of their rabid core’

Fox News contributor Joey Jones discusses 'vicious antisemitism' demonstrated across universities and among the Democratic Party alongside 'The Big Weekend Show’ co-hosts. "This party has turned hard anti-Israel because they're terrified of their rabid core," Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, told Fox News host Maria Bartiromo on Sunday. "This, tragically, is cultural Marxism that our universities are indoctrinating young people [with]. Cultural Marxism breaks the world into oppressors and victims, and they have defined Jews as oppressors [and] they have defined Palestinians as victims.""This isn't just something that's happening in Columbia. USC had to take a valedictorian off the stage for their upcoming commencement because I guess she's pro-Palestinian, and they were afraid she was going to inci...
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Jewish Yale student stabbed in eye with Palestinian flag during rowdy protest: ‘Mob behavior’

A Jewish student journalist at Yale University says a protester wielding a Palestinian flag jabbed her in the eye during a rowdy anti-Israel protest on campus Saturday evening and got away with it. Sahar Tartak, editor-in-chief of the Yale Free Press, had been covering the protest, which had drawn hundreds of students in support of Palestinians, when she says she was surrounded by a mob of protesters. Tartak said the protest had been slowly brewing for the week prior, with students setting up a tent encampment in the middle of campus and creating a memorial to a Palestinian terrorist, Walid Daqqa. The crowd had also created a mock F-16 covered in fake blood to protest the Israeli military. This activity, Tartak said, culminated in hundreds of students gathering at the plaza, chanting sloga...
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Texas man charged with murder after woman’s body found in closet

A Texas man was charged with murder after a woman he was in a relationship was found dead, wrapped in bedding and stuffed in his closet, according to court documents.FOX 4 in Dallas reported that 34-year-old Omar Lucio was arrested on April 15 and charged in the murder of 27-year-old Corinna Johnson.Leading up to the arrest, the Garland Police Department advised the Dallas Police Department that it received a 911 call from a woman who said another woman had been beaten to death and was inside an apartment on W. Wheatland Road.When officers arrived at the apartment, Lucio was inside and refused to exit, though after about an hour, he complied and was placed under arrest.BORDER STATE LAWMAKER SOUNDS ALARM ON BLOODTHIRSTY VENEZUELAN GANG ENTERING US: ‘THEY HAVE NO RULES’The responding officer...
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Video shows caregiver hitting, torturing 93-year-old dementia patient: ‘She has no idea what’s going on’

Warning: This story may be disturbing to readersA 26-year-old caregiver in Michigan has been hit with a slew of charges after disturbing video of her allegedly abusing an elderly dementia patient was discovered by authorities.Flint Township resident Dontia Shawnra Arrington, 26, was charged with vulnerable adult abuse and torture with intent to cause cruel or extreme physical and mental pain. She was also charged with assault with intent to cause bodily harm in the stomach.The charges were announced at a press conference held by the Genesee County Sheriff's Office on April 18. During the presser, Sheriff Chris Swanson said that the videotaped Apr. 4 altercation stemmed from the patient having an accident."You're going to see that the victim had an accident, you're going to see the roughnes...
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White House condemns ‘blatantly antisemitic’ protests as agitators engulf Columbia University

The White House condemned "in the strongest terms" ongoing anti-Israel protests at colleges across the U.S., including at Columbia University in New York City, on Sunday, saying they have no place anywhere in the U.S."While every American has the right to peaceful protest, calls for violence and physical intimidation targeting Jewish students and the Jewish community are blatantly Antisemitic, unconscionable, and dangerous – they have absolutely no place on any college campus, or anywhere in the United States of America," White House Deputy Press Secretary Andrew Bates said. "And echoing the rhetoric of terrorist organizations, especially in the wake of the worst massacre committed against the Jewish people since the Holocaust, is despicable. We condemn these statements in the strongest te...
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Ivy League anti-Israel agitators’ protests spiral into ‘actual terror organization,’ professor warns

Anti-Israel agitators on Columbia University’s campus have "crossed the line" and become a terrorist organization amid ongoing protests at the Ivy League school, a professor told Fox News Digital. "Yesterday, what we saw is that the pro-terrorist student organizations have crossed the line to being an actual terror organization," business professor Shai Davidai told Fox Digital.Davidai cited video footage from Saturday as a breaking point for when protesters "crossed the line." One demonstrator was seen holding a sign reading, "Al-Qasam’s next targets," while pointing at a group of Jewish students who were singing and waving Israel’s flag. Al-Qassam is the military wing of the terrorist organization Hamas.Hundreds of protesters were seen on Columbia’s campus again Saturday, with social med...
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Texas high school baseball game breaks state record after 23-inning marathon lasts 2 days

A Texas high school baseball game went so long this weekend that multiple days were needed to finish the 23-inning marathon. Midland High School was finally able to take down Odessa High School, 4-3, on Saturday in a game that set the record for the longest game in Texas high school history, per ESPN. It was tied for the third-longest game, per the National Federation of State High School Associations, and was just two innings shy of the American high school record for the longest game of all time. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COMAnd these two Texas powerhouses began things on Friday, playing 13 full innings of baseball before play was suspended. The game was set up for the next day, where Midland finally came through with the run needed to beat Odessa. YANKEES FANS BOO S...
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California city OK’s $1M per unit homeless housing project after audit found state wasted billions on crisis

Santa Monica city officials last week approved a multimillion-dollar apartment unit for the homeless just days after the release of an audit which found California could not account for the $24 billion it spent on the state’s burgeoning homeless crisis. The 122-unit building for the homeless will include a mix of studio, one, two and three-bedroom apartments, along with ground floor retail and residential and commercial parking spaces. "Moving forward in bringing affordable and permanent supportive housing to city-owned land is a key step in our strategy to fulfill our Housing Element requirements," Mayor Phil Brock said. "I look forward to the next steps and ultimately seeing families move into these new homes and thrive."The measure was approved days after the release of an audit which i...
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‘Die MAGA die’: Dem congressional candidate in hot water for X post after Ukraine vote

A New York Democratic congressional candidate celebrated the House passing a $60 billion bill to fund Ukraine while hoping for the death of the MAGA movement, a message posted to X shows. "Slava Ukraine," New York congressional candidate Nate McMurray posted to X Saturday afternoon. "Die MAGA die. You lose," he added of former President Trump's supporters and those who agree with the "Make America Great Again" platform. McMurray's tweet followed the U.S. House passing a bill Saturday that provides $60 billion to Ukraine amid the nation's ongoing war against Russia. The aid package passed 311 to 112, with more Republicans voting against the bill, at 112, than Republicans who voted for it, at 101. 'NOTHING MORE BACKWARDS' THAN US FUNDING UKRAINE BORDER SECURITY BUT NOT OUR OWN, CONSERVATIVES...
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NASCAR Hall of Famer Mark Martin raves about rapper Gucci Mane in viral interview

NASCAR Hall of Famer Mark Martin revealed last week how big of a Gucci Mane fan he was in a recent interview on Barstool Sports’ podcast "Rubbin Is Racing."Martin, 65, talked about a number of things as the NASCAR season went full speed ahead into Talladega Superspeedway. But it was Martin’s love for Gucci Mane that went viral across social media.CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM"I got on Dr. Dre in about 2002. I evolved from that to Eminem," he said on the Barstool Sports show. "And then, I had one of my son's friends, you know they were kids, ask me if I listen to Gucci Mane. I didn't know who it was. As soon as I found him, it was like crazy. You couldn't get him hardly anything on iTunes. You had to go to Datpiff.com. It was free all the music was free, but you had to ...