Judicial Watch
January 15, 2021
Violent Crime Surged in 2020: More to Come?

2021 started with a bang in New York City—literally. Two hours into the new year, the city had already recorded eight people shot in six separate incidents, including a triple shooting steps away from Borough Hall in Queens. Of course the past is prologue. 2020, wrote the New York Daily News, saw a “crime surge[…]

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December 11, 2020
Judicial Watch Confronts the Election Crisis

President Trump has been pounding the bully pulpit about the integrity of the electoral system as he battles for a second term. We know how he feels. Judicial Watch litigation teams have been working for years to clean up dirty voting rolls. Here’s the president in a December 2 speech: “It’s a widely known fact[…]

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October 29, 2020
Pandemic Politics: Nearing End, Mayor Blames Virus for New York’s Crisis of Crime & Disorder

The presidential race is rocketing toward the finish line. But it’s not the only game in town. In New York City, Left and Right alike are eyeing the end of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s wretched tenure. The stakes are high. A year ago—long before Covid-19 hit the U.S.—Judicial Watch warned that New York was slipping[…]

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October 15, 2020
Ballot Update: Judicial Watch Cleans Up Dirty Voter Rolls

Back in January, Judicial Watch had some big news. Our investigation of voter rolls nationwide turned up 2.5 million extra names. Our analysis of data from the U.S Election Assistance Commission found 378 counties that had a combined 2.5 million more voter registrations than citizens old enough to vote. We warned five states—California, Pennsylvania, North[…]

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October 6, 2020
The Left’s Plan for Election Violence

With Donald Trump out of the hospital, the presidential race takes a final turn into the home stretch. Judicial Watch has been highlighting one largely overlooked aspect of the race: the Left’s plan to violently challenge election results. The plan was detailed in a document from a magically appearing new group, the Transition Integrity Project.[…]

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September 24, 2020
New York to Doctors: Hand Over Private Patient Information

Big Brother wants more about you from your doctor—and fast. Last month, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo ordered health care professionals across the state to provide the “full residential address and phone number, occupation and employer name, full work address and employer phone number as well as race and ethnicity” of all patients tested for[…]

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August 25, 2020
Left Threatens Violence Over Election Loss

American history is no stranger to heated election disputes. In 1824, Adams beat Jackson in a race thrown to the House of Representatives. In 1876, Hayes beat Tilden in a race that ended Reconstruction. In 1888, Harrison lost the popular vote but won the electoral vote, beating Grover Cleveland. In 1960, Kennedy beat Nixon, allegedly[…]

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Peddling Influence and Stealing Secrets: Foreign Governments and U.S. Universities

Judicial Watch last month sued the U.S. Department of Education for records of money funneled from foreign governments to American colleges and universities. The numbers are big—billions of dollars—and difficult to pin down, despite federal reporting requirements. The foreign governments often are U.S. adversaries. What are they after? In some instances, professors are pawns in[…]

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August 6, 2020
Virus Update: The FDA & The War Over HC

Judicial Watch readers have been closely following President Trump’s efforts to promote hydroxychloroquine (HC), the anti-malaria drug that has shown promise in the fight against Covid-19. Trump has encountered fierce blowback from the media, the medical community, and even from within his own administration. Still, he persists. “I happen to be a believer in hydroxy,”[…]

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July 29, 2020
A Trump Transparency Victory

A little-noticed court ruling last month signals a major Trump Administration victory for healthcare transparency. The likely result? Lower hospital bills. Anyone ever confronted with a hospital bill knows it can be a frightening and bewildering experience. In 2019, Trump moved to fix that, instructing the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to come[…]

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