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52,000 Afghan evacuees released into U.S. in 2021

More than 50,000 Afghan evacuees have been processed and released into American communities over the last four months, the Department of Homeland Security said Friday as it announced the closure of another of the camps that had been erected at military bases to house the Afghans.

Trump legal team says Thompson’s comments reveal real reason behind Jan. 6 committee

Former President Donald Trump is banking on a Washington Post interview with the chairman of the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol to back a key claim in his case before the Supreme Court.

Biden blocks House Jan. 6 committee request for some Trump-era documents

President Biden has agreed to shield some of the Trump White House documents requested by the House Jan. 6 committee.

Disney, MLB lead watchdog’s ‘worst of the woke’ list for 2021

Major League Baseball and the Walt Disney Co. top a watchdog’s list of the “worst of the woke” enterprises that displayed intolerance in the name of tolerance this year.

Fight to clean voter lists gains ground after 2020 election

The Public Interest Legal Foundation went to Pennsylvania with a list of tens of thousands of people who were likely dead, but still on the state’s voter rolls in the weeks before the 2020 election.

Biden’s approval rating sinks to new low as the year ends

President Biden is ending the year with his approval rating at a new low, according to a high-profile poll Monday that finds the White House reeling from higher prices, the COVID-19 crisis and opposition to his social welfare bill.

Nation’s capital an illegal immigrant safe haven; most of city a no-go zone for ICE arrests

Any Immigration and Customs Enforcement officer who wants to arrest an illegal immigrant in the District of Columbia will have to hope the target is sunning in Rock Creek Park or rowing on the Anacostia River.

Let’s Go Brandon stores selling anti-Biden merch take off in New England

Owner reports strong sales in Massachusetts, Rhode Island

California Gov. Gavin Newsom plans assault weapon ban in wake of Supreme Court ruling

California Gov. Gavin Newsom said Saturday he will try to pass legislation that will give citizens the right to sue anyone who sells an assault weapon or “ghost gun” in the state, seeking to harness last week’s Supreme Court ruling on a Texas abortion law for liberal priorities.

Appeals court rules against Trump in Jan. 6 records case

A federal appeals court ruled Thursday against an effort by President Donald Trump to shield documents from the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol.

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