University of Virginia Settles $9 Million in Campus Shooting Case, Families Demand Independent Probe

Charlottesville, Virginia – The University of Virginia has agreed to a $9 million settlement in connection to a tragic campus shooting in 2022 that resulted in the deaths of three football players and the injury of two students. The families of the victims are advocating for an independent investigation report from last year to be … Read more

UCLA Police Chief’s Delayed Response Sparks Independent Review and Calls for Accountability

Los Angeles, California – In the wake of a violent attack on a pro-Palestinian student encampment at UCLA, campus Police Chief John Thomas found himself under scrutiny for the delayed law enforcement response that failed to prevent the chaos that unfolded. Before the attack took place, campus leadership had urged Thomas to create a safety … Read more

Critical Support Needed: Help Keep Independent Journalism Alive

In New York City, New York, the importance of reader support for independent journalism has become increasingly crucial. The Journal has been a beacon of truthful, unbiased news for its audience, and now, more than ever, it relies on the generosity of its readers to stay afloat. While advertising revenue has historically played a role … Read more