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NPR Axes Four Podcasts as Part of Layoffs

National Public Radio (NPR) will eliminate four of its podcasts as part of a broader series of layoffs that will impact 10% of its existing staff.

World Athletics Council Bans Transgender Track-And-Field Athletes From International Competition

The World Athletics Council on Thursday banned transgender athletes from international track-and-field competition.

U.S. Stocks Plummet as Investors Warn Banking Situation Could Worsen

U.S. stocks plummeted Wednesday morning after bank concerns reached European markets, while investors are warning that the banking situation could worsen after the closures of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank over the weekend.

Pope Francis Calls Gender Ideology ‘Extremely Dangerous’

Pope Francis says the idea of gender ideology is "extremely dangerous" because it blurs the differences between men and women.

Biden to Propose Ending Fossil Fuel Subsidies in Budget

President Joe Biden will announce his budget Thursday that is expected to end subsidies for the oil and gas industries.

In Florida County, Felons Vote Illegally, Ballots Cast on Behalf of Long-Dead, Whistleblower Claims

Election issues continue in Orange County, Fla., where, a whistleblower alleges, felons illegally voted, deceased voters requested and received mail-in ballots, voter addresses are changed without the voters requesting it, and multiple ballots are allowed to be dropped off without question.

Faculty Far More Tolerant Than Students, Except for Young or Female Professors

Four-year colleges and universities have become such minefields for free speech that substantial portions of self-identified liberal professors — the overwhelming majority of faculty — fear blowback to their careers and reputations for their expression, according to a national faculty survey commissioned by the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression.

FDA Authorizes Test That Can Detect COVID and Flu

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration this week announced its authorization of what it said is the first-ever-authorized at-home test that can detect both COVID and influenza.

Gov. Gavin Newsom To Spend Nearly $1 Billion On Housing For Homeless With Drug Addictions, Mental Illness

Gov. Gavin Newsom announced this week the availability of $907 million in funding to provide short and mid-term residential options for homeless Californians with drug addiction and serious mental illness.

Navy Secretary Says China Has ‘Significant Advantage’ in Shipbuilding, Outpacing U.S.

Navy Secretary Carlos Del Toro warned that China is outpacing the United States in shipbuilding and that the communist country has a "significant advantage" in that regard.

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