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‘Not forgotten’: 150 missing Tennessee children recovered in Operation Volunteer Strong (video)

A coordinated effort led to the recovery of 150 missing children across Tennessee, the state's Bureau of Investigation announced Wednesday.

Michael Brown’s Dad Demands $20M From BLM

The father of a Black man killed in Ferguson, Missouri, by police is now demanding money from Black Lives Matter after the organization disclosed it had raised over $90 million last year.

New York Public Library Will Not Pull ‘Canceled’ Dr. Seuss Titles, Says It ‘Does Not Censor Books’

The New York Public Library says that it will not pull six “controversial” Dr. Seuss books from shelves and, instead, will keep the books in circulation until the existing copies are worn out.

Mississippi Passes Bill To Ban Biological Males From Competing Against Women

The Mississippi House and Senate have voted overwhelmingly to ban biological males from being able to compete against women.

Ron Johnson vows to force clerks to read the entire 700-page $1.9 trillion coronavirus bill

Wisconsin Republican Sen. Ron Johnson is threatening to force Senate clerks to read through the entire 600-700 page $1.9 trillion coronavirus package and offer a series of amendments in order to stall Joe Biden's signature legislation.

Pompeo Hints at Possible 2024 Presidential Bid

Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is not counting out a possible run for the White House in 2024 if former President Donald Trump doesn't enter the race.

Two City Councilmen Indicted on Mail-In Voting Fraud Charges in New Jersey: AG

Two city council members in Paterson, New Jersey, were indicted on mail-in voting fraud charges in the city’s May 2020 election, according to officials.

Parler Sues Amazon Again, Alleging Effort to ‘Destroy’ App

Parler, a social media app popular among conservatives, filed a new lawsuit accusing Amazon.com Inc of trying to destroy its business following the Jan. 6 storming of the U.S. Capitol by supporters of former President Donald Trump.

Facebook Ending Ban on Political Ads

Facebook will lift its temporary ban on political advertising in the United States on Thursday, the company said in a blog post on Wednesday.

Dark Money, Free Speech Addressed By H.R.1?

Congress appears to be passing up an opportunity to address the issue of dark money in politics following past bipartisan attempts.

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