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Government Paid $1.4B in COVID-19 ‘Relief’ to Wealthiest Firms Amid Economic Turmoil

Big law and accounting firms raked in $1.4 billion in taxpayer-backed COVID-19 "relief" loans from the federal government while regular people faced economic turmoil, according to a watchdog report obtained by the Washington Examiner.

Border Arrests of Deported Child Sex Offenders up on Biden’s Watch

Border Patrol agents assigned to a remote part of South Texas arrested three sex offenders who had abused children and been previously deported over the Thanksgiving holiday as they attempted to reenter the United States from Mexico illegally.

Newsom Insists He Will Not Challenge Biden in 2024 Despite Speculation

Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-CA) will not challenge President Joe Biden for the Democratic candidacy in the 2024 presidential election despite much speculation that he will run. 

Here are the 42 Biden Administration Officials House Republicans Have Put on Notice

House Republicans are wasting no time to get their agenda underway as they prepare to take control of the lower chamber, alerting at least 42 officials in the Biden administration that they will be expected to testify in a slew of GOP-led investigations early next year.

U.S. ‘Tracking’ Clip May Show Ukrainian Soldiers Executing Russian Troops

The United States is monitoring allegations that Ukrainian soldiers allegedly executed Russian troops in a video posted on social media that has both sides accusing the other of war crimes.

Why Are Democrats Able to Win Elections With Poor-Quality Candidates?

The topic of “candidate quality” has been discussed recently to rationalize Republicans’ poor performance in last Tuesday’s elections.

Trump Lawyer Announces Plans to Sue to Block Jan. 6 Subpoena

Former President Donald Trump's attorney announced plans to sue to block a subpoena from the Jan. 6 committee.

Biden to Extend COVID-19 Health Emergency Into April 2023: Report

The Biden administration is set to extend the COVID-19 public health emergency through at least next April.

State Department Refuses Audit Of $1B Spent In Taliban-Controlled Afghanistan

American taxpayers have spent more than $1 billion in Afghanistan since the botched withdrawal, yet the Biden administration is refusing to give an accounting of the funds to a government watchdog.

Three Scenarios for Democrats to Spin the Election Results, Even if They Lose

If Democrats suffer major losses as expected Tuesday night, they will still try to put a brave face on the results.

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