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Fox News White House correspondent Peter Doocy hit a raw nerve during Thursday’s news briefing when he tried to get President Joe Biden’s press secretary to tell us all just how much financial pain the president expects of us all where it concerns Joe’s cause célèbre, the electric vehicle.

Suspect in Custody After Shooting at Illinois Weathertech Warehouse...

An early Saturday morning shooting at a Bolingbrook, Illinois WeatherTech warehouse resulted in two people being injured, one person being killed and an intensive manhunt by police that ended with a suspect in custody.

Justice Thomas: Supreme Court Should Reconsider Rulings on Same-Sex...

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas wrote Friday that the high court should reconsider rulings on contraception, same-sex relationships, and same-sex marriage in a solo concurring opinion released Friday that struck down Roe v. Wade.

Americans Become Deeply Pessimistic About Economy as Consumer Confidence...

American consumers have never been this pessimistic about the economy, with the University of Michigan consumer confidence index plunging to a record low, as soaring inflation erodes household purchasing power and threatens a cost-of-living crisis.
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How a Small Border Town Is Dealing With Huge Consequences of Biden’s Border Policies

The influx of migrants crossing into Yuma, Arizona, has local officials worried that they can’t continue to address the border crisis. They’ve largely had to go it alone, with limited support from the federal government.

Cost of Living Crisis: PM Warns of ‘Difficult’ Winter as Energy Supplies Dwindle

Ireland’s Prime Minister has told the public that they are in for a “difficult” winter as energy supplies across Europe begin to dwindle.

Joe Biden Signs Gun Control Law: ‘There’s Much More Work to Do’

President Joe Biden signed a gun control package Saturday, noting that he was pleased to sign it but “there’s much more work to do.”

Defense Secretary Austin Says the Us Defense Department Aims to Keep Providing ‘Seamless Access to Reproductive Health Care as Permitted by Federal Law’

In a statement responding to the Supreme Court's move to strike down Roe v. Wade, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin declared that the Department of Defense is assessing its policies to make sure it keeps providing "seamless access to reproductive health care as permitted by federal law."

Hundreds of Female Inmates Baptized as ‘God Behind Bars’ Ministry Shares the Redeeming Power of Jesus

One prison ministry is partnering with churches around the country to introduce inmates to Jesus.

Trump Praises Supreme Court Decision Overturning Roe v. Wade, Says Ruling ‘Will Work Out for Everybody’

Former President Donald Trump praised the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade Friday, telling Fox News that the ruling "will work out for everybody."

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