Fox News contributor Joe Concha weighs in on the fentanyl crisis, the White House’s move to walk back Biden’s comments on defending Taiwan and the noticeable gap since Biden’s last media interview.
There’s an international manhunt for the accused killer of one of America’s top bike racers. Police say 34-year-old yoga teacher Kaitlin Armstrong shot dead a love rival, professional cyclist Moriah Wilson, out of jealousy. Armstrong allegedly found out that her boyfriend, cyclist Colin Strickland, was having a relationship with Wilson. Armstrong was last seen driving a black Jeep Grand Cherokee with the license plate LDZ 5608. Authorities believe she may have already left the country.
Lieutenant Christopher Olivarez is a spokesperson with the Texas Department of Public Safety – South Texas Region.
Monday during “On Balance with Leland” he discusses reports that the federal government doesn’t want Americans to know what is happening at the border as well as the new footage of immigrants eluding border control with camouflage.
A water tower in Kingsland, Arkansas, where country music star Johnny Cash was born is causing much commotion in the town of 300 people. Apparently someone with a sharp eye and a sense of humor shot the water tower – which bears the silhouette of Cash – in a place where it looks like he is urinating from dozens of feet in the air. Some residents find it funny, but the local government does not. Inside Edition Digital’s Stephanie Officer has more.
Authorities in Arizona came to the rescue of an elderly man who was found injured in a ravine. A Silver Alert was activated about 10 hours earlier when he didn’t return home. Scottsdale Police say his vehicle was found in a rural area around midnight and within two hours, rescuers were able to locate him. Officers worked together to carry the man out of the area to where medics were awaiting him. Inside Edition Digital’s Mara Montalbano has more.