NYPD sees 49 percent spike in officers filing for retirement amid George Floyd unrest

A wave of NYPD officers has filed for retirement in the weeks following George Floyd's death on May 25, refocusing attention on police morale amid widespread protests and calls to defund law enforcement.The NYPD told Fox News on Saturday that 272 officers have filed for retirement between Floyd's death and June 23. That represents a 49 percent increase over the same period in...

Liberty University students ‘want to be here’ despite coronavirus pandemic, Falwell says

Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox.  Sign up here.Liberty University this week is preparing to welcome students back to campus as other schools across the country are telling them to stay home amid the coronavirus pandemic.“I think we have a responsibility to our students — who paid to be here, who want to be here, who love it here — to give...

Connecticut man, 26, charged with trying to support ISIS: ‘I gotta fight, bro’

A Connecticut man has been charged with attempting to provide support to ISIS after allegedly pledging allegiance to the terror group's leaders in Syria, federal prosecutors said Thursday.Kevin McCormick, 26, of Hamden, was charged with "attempting to provide material support to the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS), a designated foreign terrorist organization," according to the...

NYC student’s murder stems from liberals’ reversal of Rudy Giuliani’s anti-crime policies, ex-police chief says

This week’s shocking fatal stabbing of an 18-year-old Barnard College student in New York City may have been prevented if liberals now running the city’s government hadn’t begun reversing former Mayor Rudy Giuliani’s anti-crime policies, a former city police commissioner says.Bernard Kerik, an Army veteran who was head of the nation’s largest police department when terrorists struck...