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Texas state troopers seal off U.S.-Mexico border in Del Rio

Texas state troopers used cars to erect a wall of metal this weekend, sealing off the U.S.-Mexico border in Del Rio, and Homeland Security said it was rushing agents and officers down to process the thousands of migrants who’d made it in beforehand, as officials moved on what has literally become an illegal immigrant beachhead inside the country.

Special counsel John Durham reportedly seeking indictment against DNC lawyer for lying to FBI

Special counsel John Durham is seeking a grand jury indictment against Michael Sussmann, a lawyer aligned with the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton, for making false statements to the FBI, according to reports late Wednesday.

‘We all must come together now’: Senate Dems struggle for unity to finish $3.5 trillion bill

Senate Democrats are poised to blow past their Wednesday deadline to finish the $3.5 trillion social welfare bill, raising fresh doubts about the party’s ability to hold together and put the bill onto President Biden’s desk.

‘Puppeteer act’: Republicans question whether Biden is calling shots on Afghanistan

Cite times when White House staff cut president's feed, suggest mysterious person making decisions

Biden’s ‘America last’ agenda

Carrots for China, sticks for U.S. citizens

Survey of small businesses finds optimism falling as Democrats push for tax hikes

Optimism among small business owners has plummeted as Democrats race to raise taxes amid rising inflation, according to a new poll by a right-leaning...

Roger Stone says he believes Donald Trump will run for president again in 2024

Roger Stone, former President Donald Trump‘s longtime confidant, said he believes his friend has decided to run for the White House again in 2024.

Social Security predicts pandemic birth blip, not birth dearth

The COVID-19 pandemic has slashed fertility rates to their lowest point in U.S. history. Still, the experts at the Social Security Administration, who are deeply invested in the issue, say the decline is just a blip and women are merely deferring children to later years.

Four-day workweek gains traction despite pushback

Mark Takano introduced a bill that would reduce the standard workweek to 32 hours

Joe Rogan vs. Anthony Fauci

When it comes to taking advice on coronavirus mitigation, the American people would do far better to listen to comedian and podcaster Joe Rogan than National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Dr. Anthony Fauci.

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