3 Dead, 2 Injured in New Mexico Mass Shooting; FBI Criticized for Seriously Deficient Performance; Virginia Man Attacks Two Staffers with Baseball Bat; Americans Keeping Cars Longer; Sanchez Steps Up Presidential Bid
- A man with a metal baseball bat attacked two staffers at the office of Virginia Democrat Jerry Connolly, injuring them
- The Trump-era special counsel released its final report on the FBI’s handling of the investigation into whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia, criticizing its performance as “seriously deficient”
- Three people died and multiple others were injured, including two police officers, in a mass shooting in New Mexico
- Americans are keeping their cars longer than ever, potentially leading to higher repair costs
- Florida Governor Rhonda Sanchez is taking steps towards launching a presidential bid.
Reforms, Shooting, Investigations, Restrictions, Ukraine, Asylum Seekers and Illegals: A Comprehensive Look at Current Events
- The FBI has implemented reforms to National Security investigations
- Eight people were killed and 10 wounded in a shooting at a mall in Allen, Texas
- Dispatchers provided advice to those calling 9-1-1 during the incident
- Various groups are demanding an investigation on whether or not the attack was racially motivated
- After title 42 restrictions were lifted, there has been a sharp decline in illegal crossings at the border, though there have still been high numbers
- Ukraine is seeking support from Europe’s leaders as they fight against Russia
- The Biden Administration believes their stricter enforcement rules for Asylum Seekers is slowing the flow of migrants across the border
- Illegals are being released rapidly into the US, with processing facilities over capacity.
Governor DeSantis Visits Iowa to Bolster Primary Chances, as Americans Pay More for Cars and 42M Set to Travel this Memorial Day Weekend
- Governor DeSantis visited Iowa over the weekend to take advantage of Trump cancelling a rally
- DeSantis is the strongest rival to Trump in primary polls according to most polls
- He is trying to convince major donors that he can stop Republican losses by hammering his message
- Americans are keeping their cars for longer and paying more on average for new and used cars due to pandemic-fueled shortages and high demand
- AAA estimates that 42 million people will travel 50 miles or more this Memorial Day weekend, despite high ticket prices.