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Past articles by Owen:

Mass killings in US reach highest mark since at least 1970s, largely due to shootings: report

Mass killings in the United States have reached their highest point since at least the 1970s, according to a database compiled → Read More

Michigan synagogue member sues city and protestors over weekly anti-Israel demonstrations

A member of a synagogue in Michigan has filed a federal lawsuit against Ann Arbor city leaders and demonstrators over weekly anti-Israel demonstrations that have reportedly gone on for more than 16 years outside the Beth Israel Con → Read More

Disney removes same-sex kiss from 'Star Wars' movie in Singapore release

Disney has removed Star Wars’ first same-sex kiss from its new movie “The Rise of Skywalker” in all showings in Singapore as the country does not recognize same-sex marriage. → Read More

Crop duster used to spread 100 gallons of 'holy water' on Louisiana town

A Louisiana church used a crop-duster plane to spread dozens of gallons of "holy water" on the city of Lafayette and surrounding farms this week. → Read More

Kroger says Facebook posts promoting Christmas food giveaway are a hoax

Supermarket chain Kroger has warned that Facebook posts promoting a free food giveaway by the company are fake and did not originate from its verified social media account. → Read More

'Wine cave' owners defend Buttigieg after his fundraiser comes under fire

The owners of the “wine cave” that drew scrutiny from some 2020 Democratic candidates after South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg held a fundraiser there are speaking out in his defense. → Read More

Sweeping ban on semiautomatic weapons takes effect in New Zealand

New Zealand’s countrywide ban on most semiautomatic weapons has gone into effect. → Read More

Jersey City school board member facing calls to resign for calling Jews 'brutes' after kosher market killings

A member of the Jersey City Board of Education is facing calls from both the city’s mayor and New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D) to resign after she called Jews “brutes” on Facebook less than a week after a shooting at a kosher market. → Read More

Texas judge sues state commission after being sanctioned for refusing same-sex marriages

A Texas judge is suing the State Commission on Judicial Conduct after she was disciplined for refusing to officiate same-sex wedding ceremonies. → Read More

Media confidant urges Trump to testify in Senate trial

Newsmax CEO Chris Ruddy, a close ally and personal friend of President Trump, is urging the president to testify in the upcoming Senate impeachment trial. → Read More

Salem mayor tells Trump to 'learn some history' after witch trial claims

The mayor of Salem, Mass., told President Trump to "learn some history” after he alleged that people accused in the Salem witch trials were given more due process than he has received in the Democrats' impeachment inquiry. → Read More

Trump approval up 6 points since launch of impeachment inquiry: Gallup

President Trump’s job approval rating has ticked up 6 percentage points since the Democrats' impeachment inquiry began, according to a new survey. → Read More

New York Democrat from Trump district says he will vote to impeach

Rep. Anthony Brindisi (D-N.Y.) on Tuesday came out in support of the articles of impeachment against President Trump, saying he planned to join the vast majority of House Democrats in voting to impeach Trump on Wednesday. → Read More

George Conway, other conservatives launch effort to block Trump's reelection

A group of conservatives known for their criticism of President Trump, led by lawyer George Conway, is launching a super PAC aimed at stopping Trump for winning reelection. → Read More

Man seen slapping reporter's rear on TV charged with misdemeanor battery

The runner seen on live TV appearing to slap a reporter’s rear was arrested Friday on a misdemeanor charge of sexual battery. → Read More

Former Kentucky Gov. Bevin defends pardons on Twitter amid backlash

Former Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin (R) issued a series of tweets late Friday defending himself amid scrutiny of hundreds of pardons and commutations he issued before leaving office. → Read More

NY to begin offering driver's licenses to undocumented immigrants after judge strikes down challenge

A federal judge on Friday denied a challenge to a law that will allow New York to give driver’s licenses to undocumented immigrants. → Read More

More than 200,000 Wisconsin voters will be removed from the rolls

A Wisconsin judge on Friday ordered the state to purge more than 200,000 people from voter rolls because they may have moved, accord → Read More

Previously undecided Nevada Democrat to vote in favor of impeaching Trump

Rep. Susie Lee (D-Nev.) announced on Friday that she will support the articles of impeachment being brought against President Trump. → Read More

Vulnerable New York Democrat Max Rose comes out in support of impeachment

Rep. Max Rose (D-N.Y.) announced Friday that he will vote in favor of the articles of impeachment brought against President Trump. → Read More