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Macy’s Fires Catholic Over Transgender Bathroom Incident

A senior store detective at Macy’s has been fired from his job after he intervened when a female customer reported that a man entered the women’s bathroom. After he was asked to leave the restroom, the man complained saying he believes he is really a female. The woman and her daughter were frightened by the man’s presence.

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Texas Muhammad Art Attack Conspirator: My Due Process Rights Were Violated

The only known living terrorist connected to the May 3, 2015, attack at the Muhammad Art contest in Texas, says he is entitled to a new trial because his due process rights have been violated. Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem, a convert to Islam, claims prosecutors withheld evidence that would have created reasonable doubt or absolved him.

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Veterans Brutally Attacked by Black Lives Matter, Says Army Staff Sergeant

A U.S. Army National Guard staff sergeant says he and one of his Army veteran friends were assaulted by Black Lives Matter supporters in San Antonio, Texas, Thursday Evening. “As I was getting my face stomped in and thrown through a window, they (all 4 of them) were yelling racial slurs saying how whites sucked and black lives were better,” Marc Stephen, the second victim, said on Facebook.

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Taxpayers Face Billion Dollar Expenses for Zika Babies

A Colombian mother came to Harris County, Texas during her third trimester of pregnancy. Her baby was born with Zika-linked microcephaly, a congenital birth defect where the head and brain are only partially developed. If just 100 of these babies are born in the state, it would cost taxpayers over a billion dollars during the lifetimes of the children. The cost for the 400 pregnant women who have tested positive for Zika in the U.S. to date, would total almost $4 billion.

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After Dallas, Orlando, Baton Rouge … Will the RNC be Safe?

The convergence of anti-Trump protesters, Black Lives Matters groups and leftists, has raised questions about safety at the Republican National Convention. The execution of officers in Dallas and Baton Rouge, Black Lives Matter protests after police shootings, and Islamic terrorist attacks in Orlando and France, has only heightened concerns.

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Cleveland Police Union: Open Carry at RNC Takes Away Our Resources

The president of the Cleveland Police Patrolmen’s Association said he is a “Second Amendment guy” but asks people who are protesting at the Republican National Convention to leave their guns at home: “We will be watching you if you are carrying and this takes away our resources.”

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**Flashback** Hillary’s Texas Fundraiser: ‘I Really Appreciate Her Effort Against Islamophobia’

When Hillary Clinton was in Texas for a fundraiser earlier this year, a participant said, “I really appreciate whatever effort she is making against Islamophobia.” After the Islamic terrorist mowed over almost 300 in France with a truck on Thursday, the Democratic presidential candidate once again refused to acknowledge “Islam” or “radical Islam.”

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Anniversary of Sandra Bland’s Death Raises Tension Amid War on Cops

HOUSTON, Texas — One year ago today, Sandra Bland died in a small county jail cell just 25 miles northwest of Houston. The deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, the recent Black Lives Matter protests, and the execution of five officers in Dallas, have made the anniversary date even more concerning.

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San Antonio PD Headquarters Hit by Gunfire

The San Antonio Police Department headquarters was hit by gunfire on Saturday night. A man was seen running from the building after multiple bullets hit the building. Officers got the call around 10 p.m.