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Fauci Charges $100,000 for Speaking Fees

Fauci's net worth increased from $7.5 million in 2019 to $12.6 million at the end of 2021.

43-Year-Old Tennis Player Dies During Match

Ryan Vannah, a native of Las Vegas and the United States Tennis Association 40+ champion for the last two years, suddenly dropped to a knee and then laid down on the court during a doubles match at the Red Rock Country Club.

Medical Researcher Says Scientific Community Should Admit It Was ‘Wrong’ About COVID

MD/PhD student Kevin Bass said the scientific community should admit they made mistakes when dealing with COVID.

Catholic School Suspends Teen For The Year For Believing God Created Two Genders

A student has reportedly been suspended by a Catholic high school for the remainder of the school year for believing that God created two genders and protesting against transgender students using girls' bathrooms.

Associated Press Tells Journalists to Maintain Pro-Abortion Bias in Their Reporting

The Associated Press issued new guidance in November 2022 to journalists related to how they frame issues surrounding abortion.

Black Leaders in Miami Apologize to Ron DeSantis After Calling Him Racist

Black leaders in Miami apologized to Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis after one of its members called him a racist.

China Reacts To U.S. Military Shooting Down Balloon

The Chinese foreign ministry responded to the U.S. military shooting down its spy balloon over the Atlantic Ocean on Saturday by claiming without evidence that the balloon was a civilian object and that the country was extremely upset by the action.

Third Chinese Spy Balloon is ‘Operating Near U.S. Interests,’ Officials Won’t Say Where

A third Chinese spy balloon could be lingering near US interests, but officials won't say where it is.

California Not Requiring COVID Vaccines to Attend School

California will no longer require children to get a COVID-19 vaccine to attend school, state public health officials said.

Democrats Want to Cancel Columbus Day and Replace With ‘Super Bowl Monday’

Democrats Senator London Lamar and Representative Joe Towns Jr. introduced their bill on Wednesday to suggest that the state dump any recognition of Columbus Day and replace it with a Super Bowl Monday holiday to celebrate the game, which is always on Sunday.

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