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Trump Assassination Attempt: Victim Identified | National Review

A 50-year-old former Pennsylvania volunteer fire chief has been identified as a victim of the shooter who attempted to assassinate former president Donald Trump.

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    Comer Subpoenas the Three White House Staffers Who Created ‘Protective Bubble’ Around Biden and Help Run ‘Shadow Governm

    House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) has subpoenaed three key White House staffers who are allegedly shielding Joe Biden from media scrutiny…

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    Democrats Oppose SAVE Act, Which Requires Voters to Prove Citizenship - The American Spectator | USA News and PoliticsTh

    Opening remarks were delivered today at the House Rules Committee hearing on the SAVE Act bill. The bill would amend the National Voter Registration Act by

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    House Dems launch united effort against election bill requiring voters prove citizenship | Fox News

    House Democrats are working to rally support against Republican-backed legislation that would require voters provide proof of U.S. citizenship to vote in federal elections.

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    Georgia sees its youngest female mayor in state history

    A 21-year-old Georgia woman is launching what she hopes will become a distinguished political career.

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    Missouri AG Andrew Bailey Files Suit Against New York For ‘Hijacking Presidential Election’ With Lawfare Campaign Agains

    Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey has filed suit against the State of New York over the prosecution, gag order, and sentencing of former President Donald…

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    Biden Admin Contracts 1,000,000 Barrels From Emergency Gasoline Stockpile To ‘Lower Prices’ Ahead Of July 4th | The Dail

    The Biden administration is selling off a million barrels of gasoline from an emergency reserve in an effort to cut prices ahead of the holiday weekend.

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    Judge Rejects Biden Admin Bid To Dismiss Lawsuit Over 'Illegal and Dangerous' $1.5 Billion Palestinian Payment Plan

    A U.S. district court rejected the Biden administration’s bid to dismiss a landmark lawsuit alleging it engaged in an "illegal and dangerous $1.5 billion terrorism subsidy program for the Palestinians." The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of

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    Justice Thomas Challenges Legitimacy Of Jack Smith's Appointment

    Thomas said he is 'not sure that any office for the Special Counsel has been 'established by Law' as the Constitution requires.'

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    Biden & 25th Amendment: Chip Roy Bill Calls for His Removal from Presidency | National Review

    Vice President Kamala Harris would be pressured to bring together leaders of the executive cabinet to push President Biden out of office via the 25th Amendment, under a new resolution introduced by Representative Chip Roy (R., Texas) on Friday.

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    Supreme Court rejects opioid settlement with Purdue Pharma | AP News

    The Sackler family members who own OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma say they're disappointed in the Supreme Court's rejection of a nationwide settlement.

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    Trans-Identified Shooter Who Killed Both Parents in Utah Told Police He’d ‘Do It Again’ › American Greatness

    Collin Bailey, a 28-year-old male who identifies as female, was arrested in St. George, Utah, early Wednesday morning after he murdered both of his parents.

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    Judge blocks Biden's transgender student protections in 6 more states

    A federal judge has temporarily blocked a Biden administration rule expanding federal nondiscrimination protections for LGBTQ students, which was set to take effect later this summer.

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    8 suspected terrorists with possible ISIS ties arrested in New York, L.A. and Philadelphia, sources say

    Eight men from Tajikistan with potential ties to ISIS out of central Asia were arrested over the weekend in New York, Philadelphia and Los Angeles, three people familiar with the matter told NBC News on Tuesday.

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    Former Atlanta city attorney sentenced to 7 years in prison for stealing $15 million in PPP funds – WSB-TV Channel 2 - A

    The DOJ said Robertson used the money she got from the loans to buy luxury items, including a 10-carat diamond ring.

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    House votes to sanction International Criminal Court

    The House on Tuesday approved legislation aimed at sanctioning the International Criminal Court (ICC) over as it weighs whether to bring war crimes charges against Israeli leaders.

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    Dozens Of Palestinians Killed In Rafah Blast Died From ‘Secondary Explosions’ Likely From Hamas Weapons: IDF

    The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) released results from their initial investigation into the deaths of dozens of people at a tent camp in Rafah on Tuesday, saying that the munitions the country used were too small and were used too far away from where the p

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    Iran further increases its stockpile of uranium enriched to near weapons-grade levels - POLITICO

    The efforts are under the guidance of Iran’s supreme leader and unlikely to change after last week’s helicopter crash that killed Iran’s president and foreign minister.

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    Judicial Watch Sues California to Force Clean-Up of Voting Rolls | Judicial Watch

    (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a lawsuit to force California to clean up its voter rolls. The lawsuit, filed on behalf of Judicial Watch and the Libertarian Party of California, asks the court to compel California to make

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    New Biden Rule Aims To Entrench The Deep State Forever

    The Biden administration’s rule seems designed to ensure the deep state will remain unaccountable to the president — and the American people.

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    Trump classified documents trial in Florida postponed indefinitely

    The trial on charges that Donald Trump willfully retained classified national security records after leaving the White House was scheduled to start May 20.

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    The ‘Micro-Intifada’: How American Protesters Are Being Trained in ‘Militancy’ | The Free Press

    Guides created by radical groups are teaching pro-Palestinian students to use violence on campus.

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    North Carolina fraternity brothers protect American flag at UNC pro-Palestinian protest, John Rich to play concert

    Some Pi Kappa Phi fraternity brothers at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill are being praised for protecting the American flag from protesters who wanted to fly the Palestinian flag.

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    State and Women's Groups Sue Biden Over Title IX Revamp

    Red states and women’s groups hit President Joe Biden with three lawsuits Monday over his far-reaching overhaul of the federal Title IX ban on sex discrimination in schools and universities. The rule, slated to take effect August 1, replaces sex with gend

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    Left-Wing Dark Money Groups Bankroll Anti-Israel Demonstrations

    Left-wing dark money networks are funding the outbreak of the anti-Israel protests spreading at college campuses across the country.

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    Radical DOJ Civil Rights Head Kristen Clarke Lied to Senate During Confirmation Process | National Review

    Compelling new evidence has emerged that Kristen Clarke, the controversial head of DOJ’s Civil Rights Division (and avid proponent of its loony transgender agenda), lied to the Senate during her confirmation process in 2021.

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    Biden approval rating mired at historic low: Gallup | The Hill

    President Biden’s approval rating average is lower than any other president in recent history at the same point in their time in the White House, data released Friday found. The president averaged 38.7 percent job approval in his 13th quarter in office, w

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    Alito: Criminalizing Close Election Contests Would Destabilize Democracy

    Alito implied democratic norms could be decimated if 'bitter' politicians could weaponize the justice system to target their opponents.

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    DeSantis: Florida ‘will not comply’ with new Biden Title IX rules | The Hill

    Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) said Thursday his state “will not comply” with recently unveiled changes to Title IX by the Biden administration. “Florida rejects [President Biden’s] attempt to rewrite Title IX,” DeSantis said in a video posted to the socia

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    Biden Administration Giving $300 Million to Sanctuary Cities › American Greatness

    The Biden Administration’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has allocated at least $300 million to so-called “sanctuary cities,” which offer safe harbor to…

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    China fuels U.S. fentanyl crisis by subsidizing production: House panel

    "Through subsidies, grants, and other incentives, the PRC harms Americans while enriching PRC companies."

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    Poll: Securing The Border Is More Important Than Funding Ukraine

    Swing-state voters overwhelmingly believe stopping Biden's border invasion is more important than funding Ukraine, a new poll found.

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    SCOTUS Says Idaho Can Enforce Law Criminalizing Child Transing

    Tucked into the justices’ order allowing enforcement was a warning to lower courts against weaponizing universal injunctions.

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    Rule Preventing Federal Employees from Being Fired Finalized by Biden Administration | National Review

    The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) issued a rule on Thursday designed to prevent career bureaucrats from being involuntarily shifted into employment categories exempt from civil service protections.

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    Comer Invites Joe Biden to Testify Before Oversight Committee to Explain His Past Statements About Family’s Business Sch

    House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) on Thursday formally invited Joe Biden to testify publicly before his panel as part of its impeachment…

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    Exclusive: WI Public Ed Head Accused Of Meddling In Elections

    DPI chief Jill Underly has injected herself into local issues, campaigning for progressive candidates and propagandizing bomb threats.

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    Congress Unveils Ban on Funding for UNRWA After Allegations of Role in Terrorism

    The U.S. Congress is expected to soon discontinue its funding for the U.N. agency that delivers humanitarian aid to Gaza amid allegations that the agency has Hamas terrorists in its ranks.

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    Border Patrol Catches Self-Identified Hezbollah Terrorist in Texas | National Review

    A Lebanese migrant who reportedly claims to be a member of the Iranian terrorist proxy Hezbollah, and who says he planned to "make a bomb," entered the U.S. illegally this month according to Border Patrol documents.

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    RNC Sues Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson Over ‘Bloated’ Voter Rolls › American Greatness

    The Republican National Committee has filed a lawsuit against Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson (D) over the state’s inaccurate voter rolls, arguing her office has failed to follow the…

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    Mitch McConnell to Step down as Senate Republican Leader in November

    Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) will stand down as Senate Republican Leader in November, leaving his post as the longest-serving Senate leader in history.

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      Laken Riley Murder: Outrage over the Killing of Laken Riley Is Completely Justified | National Review

      Jose Antonio Ibarra, the man who killed Laken Riley should not have been in the United States in the first instance.

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      Georgia Student Murder: Suspect Arrested Is Illegal Venezuelan Immigrant | National Review

      Jose Antonio Ibarra, the suspect who was charged with the Thursday murder of 22-year-old nursing student Laken Riley at the University of Georgia, was confirmed to be an illegal immigrant from Venezuela.

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      Chinese Illegal Immigrants Crossing US Border at Record Pace

      The number of Chinese nationals illegally crossing the U.S. southern border continues to soar, with 452 detained near San Diego just between Saturday and Monday.

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      Truckers Cutting Off Deliveries to NYC in Protest of Trump's $355 Million Civil Fraud Ruling | National Review

      Truckers have indicated they will soon cut off deliveries to New York City in protest of former president Donald Trump's civil fraud case, by the end of which he was ordered on Friday to pay $355 million in penalties for multiple fraud counts related to h

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      4 Lies Joe Biden Spouted Off In Prime-Time Press Conference

      Here are 4 lies the president shared throughout the 30-minute speech rebutting the special counsel report from Robert Hur.

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      Biden White House Pressured Amazon to Censor Vaccine-Skeptical Books | National Review

      In early 2021, the Biden White House sent emails to Amazon pressuring the retailer to suppress the distribution of books that cast vaccines in a negative light.

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      DeSantis sends National Guard troops to Texas border | The Hill

      Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) announced Thursday he will be deploying members of the National Guard to “assist” Texas at the southern border, where Gov. Greg Abbott (R) has declared an invasion amid a surge in migrant border crossings. DeSantis said he wi

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      GOP Lawmakers Call on Pentagon IG to Begin Mandated Probe into U.S. Funding of Chinese Virus Research | National Review

      Senators Ernst and Gallagher are launching an investigation into use of Department of Defense money to fund China's virus research.

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      Georgia Senate Republicans to Launch Investigation into DA Fani Willis’s Alleged Misconduct | National Review

      Willis allegedly hired a former romantic partner to lead the Trump prosecution, a lucrative, taxpayer-funded position.

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      DSA Budget Cuts: Democratic Socialists of America in 'Financial Crisis' | National Review

      The Democratic Socialists of America are in a "financial crisis" that will require seven-figure budget cuts and staff layoffs to correct.

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      Texas Defies Biden Admin’s Demand It Give Access to Border

      Texas on Wednesday refused a demand from President Joe Biden's administration to give Border Patrol agents access to a section of the border the state blocked the federal government from accessing last week.

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      Houthis Launch Ship-Killer Missile toward U.S. Destroyer Days after U.S. Strikes | National Review

      Days after the U.S. conducted a second round of strikes against Houthi militants, the Houthis launched an anti-ship cruise missile toward the USS Laboon.

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      EXCLUSIVE: Second-Largest Foreign Owner Of US Land Is A Chinese Communist Party Member | The Daily Caller

      A billionaire CCP member is the second-largest foreign land owner in the U.S., according to Chinese-language media and government reports.

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      Judicial Watch Files $30 Million Wrongful Death Lawsuit against U.S. Government on behalf of Ashli Babbitt’s Husband and

      (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the U.S. Government on behalf of the family of Ashli Babbitt, the U.S. Air Force veteran who was shot and killed inside the U.S. Capitol by then-Capitol Polic

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      Report: Joe Biden Spent 37% of 2023 Enjoying a Getaway Spot

      President Joe Biden spent more than a third of the past year out of the White House at a getaway spot, a report Monday details.

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      Netanyahu outlines 3 prerequisites for peace in op-ed

      Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wrote an op-ed Monday outlining three prerequisites for peace in the region: the destruction of Hamas, the demilitarization of Gaza and the beginning of a deradicalization process of Palestinian society. In an op-

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      U.S. Launches Air Strikes in Iraq In Response to Hezbollah Attack on Military Base | National Review

      Joe Biden ordered retaliatory air strikes on three sites in Iraq on Monday after terrorists launched a drone attack on a U.S. military base, wounding three Americans.

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      New Texas Law Allows Police to Bust Illegals and Judges to Send Them Back to Mexico › American Greatness

      Republican Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed legislation Monday that will allow police in the state to arrest migrants who cross the border illegally. The law…

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      5,000 illegal immigrants released each day into US, Biden officials tells lawmakers

      The Biden administration is currently releasing around 5,000 illegal immigrants each day, in addition to the 670,000 illegal aliens who evaded Border Patrol last fiscal year.

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      US government partnered with universities on election censorship: House GOP report | Washington Examiner

      An agency within the Department of Homeland Security partnered with several university centers to identify online content worthy of censorship, according to a new report from the House Judiciary Committee.

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      Realtors found liable for $1.8 billion in real estate commissions case

      It could change how Americans purchase homes, or specifically, how they compensate brokers.

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        Clark’s Legal Team Demands GA Indictment Be Dismissed

        For the crime of questioning the 2020 election, Willis wants to punish Clark 'with the full penal and coercive power of the State.'

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        Weiss's Office Ignored Credible Evidence Of Biden Corruption

        The Delaware team knew the FD-1023 was not Russian disinfo, was not from Giuliani, came from a reliable source, and merited more probing. 

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        Pentagon ramps up Middle East surge, 2,000 troops prep for deployment

        The Biden administration's nervous about a potential broader conflict in the region.

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        Rep. Mike Waltz calls on Bill Gates to ban Hamas from using Four Seasons in Qatar

        Rep. Mike Waltz (R-Fla.) is calling on billionaire Bill Gates to ban Hamas terrorists from using any Four Seasons hotels, including one of the company’s resorts in Qatar, given that the former Microsoft CEO and philanthropist has a controlling stake throu

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        Tom Cotton Urges Mayorkas to Deport Foreign Nationals Who Support Hamas | National Review

        Tom Cotton urged DHS secretary Alejandro Mayorkas to deport any foreign national who has expressed support for Hamas since the militant group attacked Israel.

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        Comer Demands Biden Docs To Review For Corruption Evidence

        ‘The Committee needs access to that information to evaluate whether our national security has been compromised,’ Comer wrote.

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        Biden Admin Sent $75 Million To Palestine As Intel Agencies Were Buzzing About Gaza Strip | The Daily Caller

        The State Department approved a large aid package to the Gaza Strip days after U.S. intelligence warned that Hamas sought to escalate rocket attacks.

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        Gaza Refugees: DeSantis, Republicans Caution U.S. Not to Accept Them | National Review

        As the war between Israel and Hamas escalates, Florida governor Ron DeSantis and some Republican senators said the U.S. should not accept Gaza refugees after some Democrats called on the country to do so.

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        Google Nukes 'Terror List' Naming Students Who Support Hamas

        Google appears to have censored a list of students named as supporters of Hamas this week after the Palestinian terror group attacked Israel.

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          Ron DeSantis Calls Hamas Atrocities 'Personal' for Florida | National Review

          Ron DeSantis called the recently declared war between Hamas and Israel "personal" for the people of Florida a day after introducing new economic sanctions on Iran.

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          Report: Three Cases of ‘Highly Contagious Tuberculosis’ Found Among Migrants Amid Record-Breaking Surge › American Great

          There are three confirmed cases of tuberculosis among illegal immigrants in the El Paso sector of the Texas border, according to U.S.

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            Robert Menendez and Wife Indicted on Federal Corruption Charges | National Review

            Senator Robert Menendez the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, was indicted on corruption charges by federal prosecutors.

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            Poll: Majority of Americans Oppose Iran Prisoner Swap

            A majority of Americans oppose the Biden administration’s decision to award Iran with $6 billion in exchange for several prisoners wrongfully detained in the country, according to a poll.

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            Supermarket adds 'shrinkflation' warnings to over a dozen products | Fox Business

            The warnings at the French supermarket were already placed on 26 products that have shrunk in size but cost more despite raw materials prices cooling, according to Reuters.

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            More Say Birth Gender Should Dictate Sports Participation

            Americans are less supportive than two years ago of transgender athletes being allowed to play on sports teams that match their current gender identity.

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            Newsom shirks blame for closing churches, keeping Hollywood open during COVID: ‘We didn’t know’ | Fox News

            California Governor Gavin Newsom was confronted Sunday by "Meet the Press" anchor Chuck Todd about his lockdown-heavy approach to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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              Mayor Eric Adams predicts migrant crisis 'will destroy New York City' | Fox News

              Mayor Eric Adams said the migrant crisis "will destroy New York City," explaining how the Big Apple has been receiving 10,000 migrants a month.

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              Biden claims to have 'literally' convinced Strom Thurmond to vote for Civil Rights Act — at 21 years old | Fox News

              President Biden claimed to have convinced South Carolina Senator Strom Thurmond to vote for the Civil Rights Act when he was 21 years old.

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                McCarthy orders Capitol flag at half-staff to honor 13 service members killed in Afghanistan exit | The Hill

                House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) announced Saturday that he ordered the flags at the U.S. Capitol to be put at half-staff in honor of 13 American service members who died in Afghanistan during attempting to help allies flee the country during the U

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                  Cruise gets stuck in wet concrete driving in San Francisco

                  A Cruise vehicle got stuck in wet concrete while driving around San Francisco’s Western Addition Tuesday afternoon.

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                    Oregonians Turning against Drug-Decriminalization ‘Mistake’ amid Record ODs, ‘Dystopian Nightmare’ | National Review

                    Clackamas County officials are pressuring the state to repeal Measure 110, which Oregonians of all stripes agree was a disaster.

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                    Silk Road Paved with Cash: Court records confirm millions flowed to Biden family from China

                    Prosecutor's evidence trail in Hunter Biden case directly contradicts claims made by President for years.

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                    Oregon county lost $1 billion in 2020 as residents fled crime, homelessness: 'It's like Portland died'

                    Portland, Oregon's Multnomah County lost over $1 billion in income in 2020 as residents fled the area amid rising crime and homelessness as part of a trend that continues today.

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                    U.S. bans imports of 2 Chinese companies over forced Uyghur labor - UPI.com

                    The United States is banning goods produced by two China-based companies, the Biden administration said as it continues to stamp out the use of forced labor from the U.S. supply chain.

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                    Historically Low Faith in U.S. Institutions Continues

                    Gallup finds public faith in many societal institutions holding steady at or near their record lows. Majorities view small business and the military positively.

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                      Four More States Prepare To Ditch American Library Association

                      Eight states are preparing to follow Montana's lead to sever ties with the American Library Association (ALA).

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                      Anti-woke marketplace PublicSq. to begin trading on NYSE

                      PublicSq., an online marketplace aiming to be the conservative alternative to Amazon, is going public on the New York Stock Exchange this week under ticker symbol PSQH.

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                      James Comer: Bidens Opened over 20 Shell Companies to Launder Money

                      The Biden family opened more than 20 shell companies to hide payments and launder money, House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer said.  

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                      It Could Take ‘Decades’ To Refill America’s Oil Reserves Drained By Biden, Experts Say

                      Refilling the strategic petroleum reserve (SPR) is proving far more difficult for the Biden administration than its initial decision to drain it in August 2022.

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                        DeSantis Outlaws Out-Of-State Driver’s Licenses Issued To Illegal Immigrants

                        Gov. Ron DeSantis announced certain driver’s licenses from five states would not be recognized in Florida because they were issued to illegal immigrants.

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                        Voters sour on Pride campaigns: Poll

                        New data show voters believe corporations’ Pride campaigns have gone too far.

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                        DOJ argues DeSantis-backed law banning Chinese land ownership near Florida military bases 'unconstitutional'

                        The Department of Justice is arguing against a Florida law signed by Gov. Ron DeSantis law month restricting Chinese nationals and the CCP from buying land near military installations.

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                          Whistleblower Transcripts Show Scope Of DOJ Election Rigging

                          If you thought censorship of a laptop was the extent of the deep state's 2020 election rigging on behalf of the Biden family, think again.

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                          IRS Whistleblowers Accuse DOJ, FBI, IRS of Interfering with Hunter Biden Tax Probe | National Review

                          Gary Shapley, who worked as an IRS investigator for over ten years, claims that the IRS violated normal investigatory protocols to Biden’s benefit.

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                          Mayor’s rebuke could signal end of 'Democratic Socialist, radical politicking' in this city, activist says

                          The San Francisco mayor's clash with a city official over drug policies could signal a tone shift in the deeply blue city, one cautiously-optimistic activist says.

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                          Comer believes new bank records will show the Bidens accepted as much as $30M from foreign nationals

                          “This is going to be hard for Joe Biden to explain,” he told Bartiromo of the evidence of influence peddling his committee has uncovered.

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                          Walking away: San Francisco mall owner hands property back to bank as exodus continues

                          Westfield has given up its San Francisco Centre mall according to a new report, making it the latest company to flee the crime-riddled California city.

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                          Number of Socially Conservative Americans Hits Decade High: Poll

                          For the first time in a decade, Americans are more likely to identify as conservative on social issues, according to a Gallup poll released Thursday.

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                          House Republicans Highlight Foreign Interference In DC Elections

                          Republican-led House committees held a joint hearing on Wednesday highlighting foreign interference in Washington, D.C.'s elections.

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                          Florida notches another legal win over Biden on immigration

                          A federal appeals court ruled that the Biden administration still cannot implement certain immigration policies at the southern border.

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                          How Defunding the Police Defunded the Economy | National Review

                          Soft-on-crime policies have cost lives and caused billions of dollars of economic devastation.

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                          Library cancels trans speaker after Montana bans drag readings

                          Montana's new law banning drag reading events at public libraries has led to the cancellation of a transgender speaker in a southwestern Montana city on Friday

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                          Senate Votes to Roll Back Biden’s Student-Debt Relief Order | National Review

                          Both chambers have now rebuked the Education Department for its interpretation of the HEROES Act, but Biden has vowed to veto the resolution.

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                          GOP Sens Want Details On Russia Hoaxers’ Durham Obstruction

                          Information from the people who initiated and signed off on a sham spy campaign, the senators agreed, would have proved useful.

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                          Another Joe Biden Lie: Claims He Formed 'Quad' Alliance with India, Japan, Australia (Trump Did in 2017)

                          President Joe Biden lied Sunday when he said he was responsible for establishing the Quad alliance: a diplomatic association that links the U.S., Australia, India, and Japan in common cause across the Indo-Pacific.

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                          Jim Jordan Threatens to Use the Power of the Purse against the FBI | National Review

                          The House Judiciary chairman also said the news of improper warrantless searches mean a clean FISA reauthorization is off the table.

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                          G7 takes stand against China’s “economic coercion”

                          Worried of being held hostage economically by China, the G7 spells out its plan to escape.

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                          Majority Of Blue State Voters Regret Decriminalizing Drugs: POLL

                          A majority of Oregon residents want to overturn Measure 110, which legalized small amounts of drugs, according to a poll by DHM Research published this month.

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                          DeSantis sends Florida law enforcement, National Guard to Texas-Mexico border to help with migrant crisis

                          Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Tuesday that his state is deploying resources to aid Texas in its battle against the ongoing crisis at its southern border.

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                          GOP Governors Call on Biden Administration to Withdraw Proposed Changes to Title IX | National Review

                          Under the proposal, a ‘one-size-fits-all’ ban on transgender athletes would be a violation of Title IX. 

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                          Here Are The Major Wins DeSantis Scored For Floridians This Week

                          DeSantis signed bills aimed at cracking down on crime and combatting the left's ideological rampage through America's corporate sector.

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                          Justice Sonia Sotomayor didn’t recuse herself from cases involving publisher that paid her $3M: report 

                          Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor didn’t recuse herself from multiple cases involving a book publisher –  Penguin Random House – which paid her more than $3 million since 2010, according t…

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                          Fox News Poll: Voters favor gun limits over arming citizens to reduce gun violence

                          A new Fox News poll found that most voters favored more limits on gun rights rather than an increase in arming Americans to combat gun violence.

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                          Kemp Signs Bill Banning Dems' Dark Money From GA's Elections

                          Gov. Brian Kemp signed a bill on Wednesday prohibiting local election offices from using any kind of private funding to conduct elections.

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                          From Balloting To Funding, MT Laws Say No To Rigged Elections

                          Gov. Greg Gianforte signed a series of bills banning the use of outside private money and ranked-choice voting in Montana elections.

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                          Courts Sides With North Carolina, Florida Election Integrity Efforts

                          North Carolina and Florida Republicans chalked up wins after a series of court rulings upheld their respective election integrity efforts.

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                          Kansas Legislature Overrides Democrat Governor’s Veto of Bill Defining a Woman as ‘a Human Female’ › American Greatness

                          Kansas on Thursday became the first state to pass a bill defining a woman as "a human female," preventing courts and government officials from redefining the word to include biological men who…

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                          Grassley Confirms: FBI Cried 'Russian Disinfo' To Protect Bidens

                          'I know the FBI falsely labeled that evidence as Russian disinformation to bury it,' Sen. Chuck Grassley said.

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                          At least a dozen Biden relatives will be exposed in foreign-money deals: James Comer

                          Comer said the number of implicated Biden family members will jump from 9 to at least 12, with the president’s son Hunter and brother Frank’s foreign dealings just the tip of the iceber…

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                          Former Intel Officials Who Signed The Infamous Hunter Biden Laptop Letter Landed Jobs In The Biden Admin

                          51 former intelligence officers sowed confusion about the authenticity of Hunter Biden's laptop and several ended up with roles in the Biden administration.

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                          Every House Democrat Voted Against Protecting Women's Sports

                          If the White House gets its way, female athletes will no be longer entitled to federal protection against sex discrimination on the field or in the locker room.

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                          Portland squatters took over an abandoned bar. It just went up in flames

                          An abandoned Portland tavern has been crawling with squatters and criminal activity for more than a year, according to neighbors. Then it went up in flames.

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                          GOP Expands Biden Family Probe To 'Six Additional' Members

                          House Oversight Chairman James Comer announced the committee is now probing 'six additional members' of the Biden family.

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                          Jack Teixeira Leaks Reveal at Least Four Additional Chinese-Spy-Balloon Incidents | National Review

                          The news comes as the Chinese Communist Party reportedly refuses to allow Secretary of State Antony Blinken to visit Beijing.

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                          Judicial Watch Victory: Colorado Agrees to Settle Lawsuit over Ineligible Voters; Agrees to Extensive Reporting and Review of Voter Roll Clean Up Efforts - Judicial Watch

                          (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that Colorado's secretary of state agreed to settle a lawsuit alleging that Colorado failed to remove ineligible voters from its rolls. As part of its settlement Colorado will report to Judicial Wat

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                          Comer: Biden Investigation ’Doesn't Look Good For POTUS’

                          ‘This investigation is moving along at a lot faster pace, I think, than most people would have predicted,' Comer said.

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                          Lt. Governor makes proposal to increase school security

                          Lt. Gov. Randy McNally sent Gov. Bill Lee a two-page letter outlining plans to increase school security in the wake of the shooting at The Covenant School.

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                          Kentucky Republicans Override Governor’s Veto of Bill Banning Transition Surgery, Puberty Blockers for Minors | National Review

                          Governor Beshear argued that the bill ‘rips away the freedom of parents to make medical decisions for their children.’

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                          U.S. Marshals Were Told Not to Arrest Protesters at Supreme Court Justices' Homes

                          Guidelines given to U.S. marshals assigned to guard the homes of Supreme Court Justices specifically said not to arrest protesters.

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                          Tennis Great Martina Navratilova Praises World Athletics Trans Ban as 'Step in the Right Direction'

                          Martina Navratilova praised the decision by World Athletics to ban males from competing against natural-born females

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                          Stanford DEI dean on leave after interrupting and confronting federal judge during campus event

                          Tirien Steinbach, the associate dean of diversity, equity and inclusion at Stanford Law School, is on leave after protests erupted against a Trump-appointed judge who was invited to give a talk at the school.

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                          House Finds DOJ Had 'No Legitimate Basis' To Target Parents

                          The Judiciary Committee found the Biden administration had 'no legitimate basis' for targeting parents as domestic terrorists.

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                          Comer demands Biden correct his 'dishonest' denial that family got $1M from Hunter's China deal

                          Rep. James Comer is demanding Biden correct his “dishonest” denial that his family received more than $1 million from accounts related to Hunter Biden’s business associate.

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                          Nolte: Janet Yellen Admits Government Choosing Bank Bailout Winners and Losers

                          Janet Yellen admitted to the U.S. Senate Thursday that the government is choosing winners and losers in the rigged bank bailout lottery.

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                          Businessman Suspected of Kicking Back Chinese Cash to Bidens Asked to Testify by House Oversight | National Review

                          Rob Walker sent $1.3 million to the Biden family shortly after receiving $3 million from a Chinese energy firm.

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                          Biden Abandoned $7.2 Billion in U.S. Weapons, Ammo, and Aircraft to the Taliban, Report Says

                          The Taliban is in possession of nearly $7.2 billion in U.S. taxpayer-funded weapons, ammunition, and aircraft as a result of the Biden administration’s bungled 2021 military withdrawal from Afghanistan, according to a government watchdog.

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                          Atlanta police name 23 domestic terrorism suspects in Cop City attack; AG warns 'violent extremists'

                          Atlanta police named the 23 suspects facing domestic terrorism charges after another violent attack on the site of a future police and fire training center activists dubbed "Cop City."

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                          Voters Suspect Federal Involvement in J6, Want Tapes Released › American Greatness

                          According to the results of a Rasmussen poll released Thursday morning, 80 percent of likely voters believe it’s “very” or “somewhat” important for unseen portions of the massive trove to be viewed by…

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                          Georgia Secretary of State Investigating 'Financial Irregularities' at Stacey Abrams Charity Following Free Beacon Report

                          Georgia’s secretary of state has opened an investigation into "financial irregularities" surrounding the New Georgia Project, a voting-rights charity founded by Stacey Abrams, individuals familiar with the matter told the Washington Free Beacon.

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                          AG Garland Dodges on Failure to Crack Down on Protests outside Justices’ Homes | National Review

                          ‘When rioters descended on the homes of six Supreme Court justices, night after night after night, you did nothing,’ Cruz said to Garland.

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                          The Disinformation Train Keeps on Chugging | National Review

                          Democrats continue to repeat a line that we have known to be false for weeks to blame the accident on the Trump administration.

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                          Missouri AG Begins Legal Proceedings to Oust Radical St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner › American Greatness

                          St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner’s turbulent six-year reign as the city’s top prosecutor may finally be coming to an end. On Thursday, Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey began legal…

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                          Texas Border Operation Catches 348,000 Illegal Immigrants, 361 million Lethal Fentanyl Doses - Judicial Watch

                          In the absence of adequate federal enforcement a Texas border security initiative heavily criticized by Democrats and the media has apprehended hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants—including thousands of criminals—and seized millions of lethal

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                          ‘We Don’t Know What We Are Breathing’: A Report from East Palestine

                          A train derailment and chemical explosion that ripped through an Ohio town earlier this month have left locals feeling sick, angry—and completely abandoned.

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                            Group of Black 6th Graders Allegedly Assaults White Students on School Playground For Not Saying ‘Black Lives Matter’ › American Greatness

                            A group of black elementary school students in Ohio reportedly assaulted several white students on the playground last week when the kids refused to say, "Black Lives Matter."

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                              McCarthy Begins To Build Case For Mayorkas Impeachment

                              Kevin McCarthy began to build the case for Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas's impeachment Thursday.

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                              Biden Admin Is Colluding With Censors To Blacklist Dissidents

                              The State Department is funneling taxpayer dollars to a shadowy network of corporate censors to blacklist conservative media.

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                              Florida Legislature Passes Bill Approving Program to Relocate Illegal Immigrants | National Review

                              The bill includes $10 million for the Florida Department of Emergency Management to spend on the the ‘Unauthorized Alien Transport Program.’

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                              Hunter Biden’s Lawyers Admit That His ‘Computer Data’ Is Real

                              Attorneys for Hunter Biden admitted in a letter submitted Wednesday to the Department of Justice that data obtained from his laptop is authentic.

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                                Hunter Biden Alcoa email promising Russian oligarch info raises fresh concern about Joe’s access

                                A Hunter Biden email sent to an American aluminum company promising information on Russian oligarchs is raising new suspicions of his access to classified documents discovered in his father’s…

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                                  Belated revelation classified documents found in private Biden office turns legal, political tables

                                  Office where documents found was part of a think tank at Ivy League university that got significant Chinese funding.

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                                  A biotech firm says the U.S. has approved its vaccine for honeybees

                                  Global honeybee populations have been declining for many years, due to disease, loss of habitat and poor beekeeping practices. A newly approved vaccine helps fight American Foulbrood disease.

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                                  Conservatives celebrate law that ensures age verification to view online porn: 'Big win from Louisiana'

                                  Conservatives largely celebrated the news on Twitter that Louisiana had successfully passed a law to require ID verification for most porn sites in the state.

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                                  Biometric devices sold on eBay reportedly contained sensitive US military data | Engadget

                                  German researchers who purchased biometric capture devices on eBay found their memory cards stored a US military database containing sensitive data..

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                                  Chinese Hackers Stole Millions From US COVID Relief Benefits, Secret Service Reports - Washington Free Beacon

                                  Hackers with ties to the Chinese government stole at least $20 million from U.S. taxpayer-funded COVID-19 relief benefits in more than a dozen states, the Secret Service reports.

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                                  Censorship by surrogate: Why Musk’s document dump could be a game changer

                                  As many of us have long suspected, there were back channels between Twitter and the Biden 2020 presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee.

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                                  Energy Dept. Silent On If It Plans To Fire Alleged Thief Sam Brinton

                                  Sam Brinton is on leave from his position in the Energy Department after he allegedly stole a suitcase full of women’s clothing.

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                                  FBI director 'very concerned' by Chinese 'police stations' in U.S

                                  The United States is deeply concerned about the Chinese government setting up unauthorized 'police stations' in U.S. cities to possibly pursue influence operations, FBI Director Christopher Wray told lawmakers on Thursday. Safeguard Defenders, a

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                                  Special Counsel Investigating Trump Was Key Figure In IRS Targeting Scandal

                                  Jack Smith was involved in the scandal regarding the IRS's targeting of conservative political groups with special reviews.

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                                  Election denier Hakeem Jeffries could replace Pelosi as House Dem leader

                                  Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, D-N.Y., the lead candidate to succeed Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., has said former President Trump was an "illegitimate" president.