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.

Biden Admin Funding Overseas LGBT Events

The U.S. Department of State is funding LGBT events for Pride Month overseas.


United Airlines Flight Catches Fire Before Takeoff at Chicago O’Hare

A United Airlines flight halted taking off from Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport after an engine reportedly caught fire Monday.

New Study Reveals COVID ‘Wiped Out Nearly a Decade of Progress’ on Life Expectancy

The World Health Organization (W.H.O.) published a study over the weekend revealing a decline in global life expectancy following the coronavirus pandemic.

USA Today Quietly Removes Op-Ed Piece Against Trans Athletes

Several newspapers connected to USA Today's network, owned by Gannett, quietly removed Senator John Kennedy's (R-LA) opinion piece on transgender athletes.

Doctor Fined, Re-Educated After Prescribing Ivermectin for COVID-19

A Washington doctor has been fined and instructed to undergo education courses after prescribing ivermectin for COVID-19," according to a report from The Epoch Times.

Alyssa Milano Criticizes California Democrat Over Child Marriage Bill Amendments

Actress and political activist Alyssa Milano has criticized a California Democrat for his proposed amendments to an assembly bill in April, which blocked it from advancing to the Judiciary Committee. Child marriage, while a taboo...

White House Press Secretary Faces Backlash Over Border Crisis Comments

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre faced intense criticism online after defending President Joe Biden's handling of the border crisis during a briefing on Wednesday, May 22. During the briefing, Jean-Pierre was asked why President...


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.

Report Reveals Adults Who Undergo Transgender Surgeries at Higher Risk of Attempting Suicide

According to a recent study, adults who have undergone transition surgeries to become the opposite sex are at an increased risk of attempting suicide.

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul Calls Trump Supporters ‘Clowns’

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul recently claimed anyone who supports former President Donald Trump is a "clown."

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin Encounters More Medical Issues

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin underwent elective surgery.

Judge Reconsiders Scope of Injunction on Florida Immigration Law

A day after blocking part of a state law aimed at cracking down on illegal immigration, a federal judge reconsidered the scope of a preliminary injunction he issued. U.S. District Judge Roy Altman initially applied the injunction statewide. However, on...

Texas Independence Movement Targets GOP Convention, Pushes Secession Agenda

Texas independence campaigners are making waves at the ongoing Republican Party of Texas Convention in San Antonio, declaring their intent to "take over" the event. On Thursday, the Texas Nationalist Movement (TNM) shared photographs on X, formerly known as Twitter,...

Indonesia’s Proposed Broadcast Law Changes Face Criticism Over Press Freedom

Indonesia's parliament is proposing amendments to its broadcast law that would ban investigative journalism and LGBT content, sparking criticism from civil society groups and filmmakers over potential restrictions to press freedom and creative expression. Discussions on changes to the 2002...

American Missionaries Killed by Gang in Haiti

Missionaries Natalie and Davy Lloyd were fatally attacked by a gang in Haiti.