Laura Falin

Top news

  • 'ISIS bride' Hoda Muthana is not a US citizen says State Department
  • Venezuelan soldiers to guard border ahead of aid entry, minister says
  • Nick Sandmann's lawyers file $250 million lawsuit against Washington Post
  • David Horowitz, 'Fight Back!' consumer reporter taken hostage in 80s, dies at 81
Ken LaCorte

What makes news “fair”?

It's a lot of things, of course. The first element is "truth" of course. Too often, news outlets seem to have forgotten that.

The second is "the whole truth" ... telling all the relevant sides in a balanced way. That's even rarer, but it's something we care about here at LaCorte News.

Keep an eye on us when we get it right, let us know when we get it wrong and come back often to help us put "fair" back into the news.

Muthana, who has been asking to return to the United States, is not an American citizen, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in a statement on Wednesday, contrary to her family lawyer's assertion.


How'd he do that?


If you had $100 million, 5 years and outside collaborators … do you think you could escape from Colorado’s Supermax prison?

El Chapo has all those things ...


MEDIAWATCH: Media and police departments warn each other about something that doesn't exist

The story: News outlets and police departments around the country are warning parents about the "48-hour challenge," which appears to have started as a hashtag. It reportedly encourages participants to go missing for 48 hours.

20th Century Fox and Fox Entertainment statement: "Jussie Smollett continues to be a consummate professional on set and as we have previously stated, he is not being written out of the show."

Your thoughts? No evidence or statement from police has been officially released. What would you do or say if you were his boss?

President Nicolas Maduro has rejected offers of foreign food and medicine, denying there are widespread shortages and accusing opposition leader Juan Guaido of using aid to undermine his government in a U.S.-orchestrated bid to oust him.


FLASHBACK: Gunman takes over news set

A look at when 'Fight Back' reporter David Horowitz was taken hostage while live on air. The gun was later revealed to be an empty BB gun.