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Katie Daviscourt

Katie Daviscourt is a Seattle-based correspondent. Twitter: @KatieDaviscourt

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WATCH: Arrests of sex offenders at US-Mexico border hit five year high

Project Veritas obtained an exclusive interview with an insider from border control who disclosed DHS documents showing a five year high in arrests of sex offenders at the US-Mexico border.

Katie Daviscourt / Mar 29, 2021

News, American News

Teen suspect in custody after 8th grade girl's murder

A teen suspect was taken into custody over the weekend after the senseless killing of a young eighth-grade girl identified as Lucia Bremer in Virginia on Friday.

Katie Daviscourt / Mar 29, 2021

News, American News

Democratic lawmaker arrested in Georgia after Gov. Kemp signs elections bill

Representative Park Cannon (D-Atlanta) was arrested on Thursday at the Georgia State Capitol Building for disrupting a General Assembly session and attempting to crash Governor Brian Kemp’s signing of Georgia’s sweeping elections bill.

Katie Daviscourt / Mar 26, 2021

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Former Commissioner says he will no longer recommend NYPD to new recruits

These statements come as the New York City Council passed several controversial police reforms bills that handcuff NYPD officers and strip them of control over the department.

Katie Daviscourt / Mar 26, 2021

News, International News

School forces boys to apologize to girls for 'rapes committed by their gender'

"He said that he was made to stand up and basically apologize... it wasn't explained properly to the male students what they were doing or why they were doing it," one mother said.

Katie Daviscourt / Mar 26, 2021

News Analysis

Biden administration urged Supreme Court to allow cops to seize guns at homes without a warrant

On Wednesday, the United States Supreme Court heard the oral argument of Caniglia v. Strom and whether the "community caretaking" exception to the Fourth Amendment’s warrant requirement extends to the home.

Katie Daviscourt / Mar 26, 2021

News Analysis

BREAKING: Sen. Tom Cotton to introduce a bill banning Critical Race Theory training from military

Republican Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas will introduce a bill Thursday that seeks to ban Critical Race Theory trainings from the United States military, Christopher Rufo at the Discovery Institute first reported.

Katie Daviscourt / Mar 25, 2021

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Colorado Christian baker back in court, refuses to bake a gender-transition cake

“The customer had been tracking our case for multiple years. This case was just a request to get us to fall into a trap."

Katie Daviscourt / Mar 25, 2021

News, American News

WATCH: When asked to mask to make them 'feel better,' Ted Cruz tells press to 'step away'

Cruz answered, "You're welcome to step away if you'd like. The whole point of a vaccine—CDC guidance, is what we're following."

Katie Daviscourt / Mar 25, 2021

News, American News

Asian beauty store owner attacked, believes it was racially motivated

A surveillance video captured the horrific attack of a beauty supply store owner in Houston on St. Patrick’s Day, leaving her with a broken nose as the perpetrators hurled racial epithets at her.

Katie Daviscourt / Mar 25, 2021

News, American News

VP Harris scheduled to speak at event with ties to anti Semitic former Women's March leader

Tamika Mallory’s history with anti-Semitic comments include a statement from a meeting she held with leaders of the Women’s March where she attempted to explain her anti-Semitic comments with more anti-Semitism.

Katie Daviscourt / Mar 24, 2021

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Psaki: Biden regularly seeks counsel from Barack Obama

"They consult and talk about a range of issues and I would expect that continues through the course of President Biden’s presidency."

Katie Daviscourt / Mar 24, 2021

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Former Capitol riot prosecutor facing internal investigation after '60 Minutes' interview

"It's flat out improper," said David Laufman, a former Justice Department prosecutor. "I don't think it's OK for an (assistant US attorney) to be talking to the media about what charges are appropriate in a case under investigation."

Katie Daviscourt / Mar 24, 2021

News Analysis

Bernie Sanders says censorship of former President Trump makes him 'uncomfortable'

"Liberals have become too censorious and too willing to use their cultural and corporate and political power to suppress ideas and products that offend them."

Katie Daviscourt / Mar 24, 2021

News, American News

Chicago suburb becomes first US city to pay reparations to black residents

The taxpayer’s money is primarily going to Black residents who can produce evidence that they are direct descendants of individuals who resided in the city and faced discrimination from 1919 to 1969.

Katie Daviscourt / Mar 23, 2021

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