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The Washington Examiner

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New jobless claims at 412,000, more than expected

The number of new applications for unemployment benefits rose 37,000 last week to 412,000, the Labor Department reported on Thursday.

Climate activists invest in property on beaches they say are disappearing

From Bill and Melinda Gates to climate envoy John Kerry, climate activists have sounded the alarm about how melting ice will soon raise the ocean to levels that swallow the world’s beaches.

In Guatemala, Harris says border laws will be enforced: ‘Do not come’

After remarks promising hope to Central Americans, Vice President Kamala Harris, speaking in Guatemala, said people should not attempt to migrate illegally to the United States because they will be returned home.

White House balks on addressing Fauci emails

The White House steered clear of the controversy surrounding Dr. Anthony Fauci’s newly unearthed emails, which show the nation's top virologist's behind-the-scenes communications did not always match his public statements on COVID-19.

White House dodges on whether Tulsa ‘Black Wall Street’ massacre survivors should get reparations

The White House declined to support a push for three survivors of the 1921 race massacre in Tulsa and other descendants affected by the riots to receive financial reparations, a recommendation made by a state commission into the incident.

Wokeness is making war on science—and even math

I keep wanting to write about something other than the woke revolution. Heaven knows there are other things happening right now. But, as Michael Corleone says, just when I thought I was out, it pulls me back in.

Arizona Senate considering another audit of Maricopa County 2020 election

The Arizona Senate may sign a deal for another 2020 election review in Maricopa County following reports that some overseers of the audit are dissatisfied with the process.

Biden’s ATF nominee stumped on defining ‘assault weapon’ during confirmation hearing

President Joe Biden’s nominee to lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives was stumped during his confirmation hearing when he was asked to define an “assault weapon."

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