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New Home Sales Rise for Third Straight Month as Mortgage Rates Fall

Sales of new U.S. homes rose for the third straight month in December as high mortgage rates continued to decline, offering some relief for prospective homebuyers.

District Administrator Says ‘Privileged White Voices’ Should Be Discontinued in California Curriculum Plans

A California district administrator involved in overseeing curriculum, Samia Shoman, called for "privileged White voices" to be removed from influencing against a far-left ethnic studies curriculum. 

Anti-Police Riots Break Out in Downtown Atlanta

Rioters in Atlanta set off fireworks and threw rocks at the Atlanta Police Foundation Saturday evening, according FOX 5 Atlanta.

Judge Blocks Illinois Democrat Gov. From Enforcing New Gun Control Law 

An Illinois judge on Friday temporarily blocked Democratic Gov. J.B. Pritzker from enforcing a newly enacted ban on certain semiautomatic rifles and high-capacity magazines.

Gay Couple Accused of Sexually Abusing Adopted Sons Reportedly Bragged About Molesting Them

A Georgia couple is being accused of sexually abusing their adopted children and using them to produce "homemade" child pornography, prosecutors allege.

Amazon Begins Cutting 18,000 Workers in Its Biggest Layoffs Ever

Amazon's workforce reduction – the largest in its history – will begin Wednesday.

USA Today Warns Against Using ‘Culturally Sensitive Words’ Like ‘Aloha’ and ‘Hola’

USA Today published an article Friday wondering, "Is it time to stop saying 'aloha' and other culturally sensitive words out of context?" 

Abortions in Texas Drop Nearly 99% Since Overturning of Roe V. Wade

Abortions in Texas dramatically decreased in the months following the overturning of Roe v. Wade last June, according to recent state data.

DOJ Sees First Jan. 6 Acquittal, Rioter Found Not Guilty on Obstruction Charge

The Justice Department saw the first acquittal of a Jan. 6 rioter on the felony obstruction charge.

Supreme Court to Hear Immigration Case by Transgender Woman Against Biden Administration

The Supreme Court on Tuesday will hear the case of a Guatemalan transgender woman who is seeking to avoid deportation from the U.S. after a lower court said she didn’t go through the proper process to demonstrate she would be persecuted in her home country if she were deported.

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