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More Actors Leave Hallmark For Faith-Based ‘Great American Media’

Two more popular actors from the Hallmark channel have left the network to work for Great American Media.

Biden Campaign Hiring Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Director

President Joe Biden's campaign team posted an advertisement this week seeking a DEI director in an effort to create and execute "a comprehensive strategy to attract and support diverse talent to further the campaign’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion."

Biden Admin Provides Millions of Dollars in Grants for Illegal Immigrants

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced that it is providing $300 million in grants through the Shelter and Services Program (SSP) to "support communities that are providing services to migrants," according to a press release.

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Is Iran Starting World War III?

The sudden escalation of hostilities between Iran and Israel, exemplified by Iran's unprecedented drone attack on Israeli territory, raises alarming questions about the stability of the Middle East and the broader international security landscape. Could these events lead to a global conflict akin to World War III? 

Actor Kirk Cameron Says Hollywood Has Been ‘Evil’ and ‘Dark’ For a Long Time

“Growing Pains” star Kirk Cameron said the “dark,” “evil” and “twisted” revelations coming out about Hollywood have “been going on for a long time.”

United Methodist Conference to Feature ‘Queer Clergy’

The United Methodist Church’s general conference will have a "queer clergy" advocating for changes in the denomination’s stance on homosexuality.

Harvard Reinstates Standardized Testing

Harvard College announced that it will reinstate its standardized testing requirement for admissions starting next year.

Transgender-Identifying California Mayor Faces Recall

The mayor of Calexico, California, is facing a recall.

Biden Administration Announces $7.4 Billion Student Debt Forgiveness for Over 270,000 Borrowers

The Biden administration announced on Friday that it will forgive $7.4 billion in student debt for 277,000 borrowers, marking the latest round of loan cancellations stemming from changes and enhanced oversight of income-driven repayment...

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Denver Announces Budget Cuts to Police, Fire Departments Amid Migrant Crisis

Denver, Colorado announced budget cuts to the police, sheriff, and fire departments to provide for migrants.

Planned Parenthood Refuses to Disclose Records for Minors’ Sex Changes

Planned Parenthood refused to comply with a court order mandating that they disclose patient records for Missouri minors' gender transitions.

House Advances Updated FISA Bill

The House advanced an edited version of Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) on April 12.

Former CBS Reporter Catherine Herridge Testifies Against Network, Alleges Seizure of Reporting Files

Catherine Herridge, the renowned investigative journalist formerly of CBS News, made explosive accusations against her former network during a House Judiciary Committee hearing on Thursday. Herridge, known for her reporting on the Hunter Biden laptop scandal, described CBS's actions...

Congresswoman Suggests Black Americans Be Exempt from Taxes

A Texas Democratic congresswoman suggested that black Americans should be exempt from paying taxes as a means of reparations.

DeSantis to Fundraise for Trump Campaign: Report

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) is reportedly planning to fundraise for Donald Trump's presidential campaign.

Iowa Governor Signs ‘Illegal Reentry’ Bill Allowing State to Arrest Some Migrants

Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds (R) signed a bill that makes it illegal for a migrant to be in that state if they were previously denied entry into the United States.

Woman Who Took Ashley Biden’s Diary Receives One-Month Imprisonment

Aimee Harris, the woman who took Ashley Biden's diary, received a one-month prison sentence from a Manhattan federal court judge.

Another Boeing Whistleblower Says Company Dismissed Safety Concerns

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is investigating claims from another Boeing whistleblower who said the company overlooked safety concerns.

Liberal Pastors Sign Declaration Against Christian Nationalism

A group of pastors gathered at Yale Divinity School's Center for Public Theology and Public Policy in New Haven, Connecticut, to sign a declaration opposing "religious nationalism."

Border Patrol Arrested 50 Sex Offenders Since October

Del Rio Sector Border Patrol arrested 54 convicted sex offenders since October 2023.

Trump’s Call to ‘Kill FISA’ Resonates as House Rejects Renewal

The U.S. House of Representatives voted on Wednesday to block the reauthorization of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), which was set to expire on April 19, following intense debate and pressure from both political parties. Former President Donald Trump...

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