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As interest fades in Texas border towns, gunfire and drug smuggling crisis quietly continues

Illegal immigration, drug smuggling causes conflict at small Texas town.

More than 500,000 adverse events reported after COVID vaccines, from temps to neuropathy

As of Sept. 27, 2021 there were 569,294 adverse event reports associated with COVID-19 vaccination in the U.S., according to the federal Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).

‘God’s Not Dead’ series seeks new life with timely tale of homeschoolers standing up to government

The latest installment in the Christian film series revives the feisty spirit of the original, which grossed a stunning $60 million.

Double standard? Democrats nix COVID tests for illegal migrants, mandate vaccines for Border Patrol

Iowa Republican Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks' amendment was rejected by 217 Democrats voting against it.

IRS would track all bank transactions over $600 under Biden plan; businesses revolt

A letter signed by more than 40 trade associations calls on Congress to reject the proposal, saying it violates customer privacy and would create an incredibly expensive and elaborate reporting requirement for banks.

Designer of AOC’s ‘Tax the Rich’ gown owes back taxes on $1.6 million Hollywood Hills home, report

Designer Aurora James bought home in September 2020, but property already listed as "delinquent" by LA County assessor's office.

Memo shows border patrol is experiencing ‘critical shortages’ of frontline workers

An internal memo within U.S. Customs and Border Protection shows that agency leaders are warning of a major shortage of personnel amid a surge...

New York outlaws selling new gas-powered new vehicles by 2035

New York joins California and Massachusetts as states that have set deadlines to move away from fossil fuel-powered vehicles.

Chase Bank says it gave ‘coaching’ to employee who canceled account of Lt. Gen. Flynn’s wife

Nothing for Lori Flynn to challenge because her account was never closed, it claims.

FBI suffers another black eye, admits it hid payments to informant in white supremacist case

The revelations come at a sensitive time for the FBI and Director Christopher Wray, who has insisted widespread problems revealed about the bureau's conduct in the now-discredited Russia collusion case have been fixed even as new revelations of misconduct come to light.

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