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Moderna, Pfizer Developing Bird Flu Vaccine: Report

A recent report from Barron's details that vaccine developers Moderna and Pfizer are likely creating an avian flu vaccine.

Ukraine Signs $1 Billion Deal For Weapons From Spain

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez signed a $1.08 billion agreement for military equipment this week.

Transgender Teenager Attempts to Perform Mastectomy After Watching YouTube Tutorial

A trans-identifying teenager has been hospitalized in New Zealand after attempting to perform a double mastectomy on herself after watching a YouTube tutorial.

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Trump’s Indictments Prove Politically Beneficial Amid Presidential Race

Just over a year ago, Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg announced the indictment of Donald Trump on 34 counts of falsifying business records, marking the first time a former U.S. president faced criminal charges....

Biden vs. Trump: Reflecting on an Alternate 2020 Election Outcome

As Americans prepare to vote this November, the prospect of a rematch between Donald Trump and Joe Biden looms large. This scenario prompts reflection on an alternate history: what if Trump had secured a...

Robert De Niro Joins Biden Campaign, Criticizes Trump in New Ad

Robert De Niro, long a vocal critic of Donald Trump, has lent his distinctive voice to a new official campaign ad for Joe Biden, targeting the credibility of the former president, who is currently...

DNC Looks to Nominate Biden Virtually

The Democratic National Committee is seeking to nominate President Joe Biden virtually.

Women Become Postmenopausal Following Trans Hormones

A study found that "transgender men," or biological women, become postmenopausal after taking testosterone.

Amount of Copper Required for EVs ‘Impossible’

The University of Michigan found that copper cannot be mined quickly enough to keep pace with the demand for electric vehicles (EVs).

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Democrat Squad Member Rashida Tlaib Calls Biden ‘Enabler’ Of Genocide

Representative Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) condemned President Joe Biden's actions in the Middle East, calling him an "enabler" of genocide and suggesting Democrats vote against him in November.

Libertarian Party Nominates Pro-Drag, Open Border Former Democrat Chase Oliver

Former Democrat and political activist Chase Oliver won the Libertarian Party's presidential nomination.

‘General Hospital’ Actor Shot and Killed During Attempted Car Theft in Los Angeles

Actor Johnny Wactor, who starred in General Hospital, was shot and killed over the weekend during an alleged car theft.

Biden’s $320 Million Gaza Pier Detaches, Drifts Onto Israeli Beach

A portion of the $320 floating pier built off Gaza's coast has broken off and drifted onto an Israeli beach.

Nearly 80 Percent of Americans Consider Fast Food a ‘Luxury Item’ Under Biden Presidency

Nearly 80 percent of Americans now consider fast food to be a “luxury item” under the Biden administration.

Families of Uvalde Shooting Sue Meta, Gunmaker

Families of the victims from the 2022 Uvalde, Texas shooting are now suing social media giant Meta and a video game maker.

Navy Commander Says U.S. Seeing More Attempts by Foreigners to Come On Military Bases

U.S. Fleet Forces Command Commander Admiral Daryl Caudle stated during a recent interview that attempted penetrations of military bases by foreign nationals "is happening more and more."

Muslim Activists Start ‘Abandon Biden’ Movement in Nine Swing States

A national Muslim activist movement named “Abandon Biden” is organizing groups in nine swing states to prevent President Joe Biden from winning reelection in November.

Former CIA Agent Pleads Guilty to Spying for China

A former CIA agent has pleaded guilty to spying for China for over a decade.

Youth Fentanyl Overdoses ‘More Than Double’ Since 2020

Fentanyl has “largely fueled” an increase in youth overdose deaths since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently reported.

Judge Dismisses Alec Baldwin’s Request to Dismiss Involuntary Manslaughter Charges

The judge in Alec Baldwin's "Rust" involuntary manslaughter case denied the actor's motion to dismiss the indictment this week.

Families of Marines Who Died in Military Aircraft File Lawsuit

Five families of U.S. Marines who died in a crash of an Osprey tilt-rotor aircraft in 2022 have filed a federal wrongful death lawsuit against the aircraft's manufacturers.

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