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Owner of California Mexican Restaurant Receiving Threats After Posting a Photo With Mike Lindell

A restaurant owner in northern California said that she and some of her staff were receiving threats and harassment after putting up a photograph...

Food Supply Stays Tight as Disappointing U.S. Harvest Adds to Global Challenges

A lackluster U.S. harvest this year is setting back efforts to relieve a global food supply that has been constrained by Russia’s war in Ukraine, agriculture-industry executives said.

Report Finds Over $1 Billion in COVID Relief Given to Foreigners

The money might have gone to an international criminal organization.

Biden Wanted $33B More for Ukraine. Congress Quickly Raised It to $40B. Who Benefits?

From the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, the Biden White House has repeatedly announced large and seemingly random amounts of money that it intends to send to fuel the war in Ukraine.

Musk Warns Twitter Staff Faces ‘Extreme’ Workload, Terminations

Tycoon plans to fire around 1,000 staff when he takes over in six months.

Leaked Documents Expose How USAID Disguised Millions in COVID Relief to Fund Population Control, Abortion

Exclusive receipts of a USAID grant agreement from 2020 show that the federal government sent millions of taxpayer dollars in funding for abortion and population control propaganda disguised as overseas COVID-relief grants.

Ukraine War Causing Food Shortages In Fragile Middle East

Layal Aswad was already exhausted by Lebanon’s devastating two-year economic collapse. Now, as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine sends food and energy prices soaring even further, she finds herself struggling to put food on the table for her family of four.

Pope Tells Parents to ‘Accompany’ Their Gay Children Without ‘Condemnation’

Pope Francis on Wednesday said that parents of gay children should offer support instead of disapproval.

California Scheming

Luxury apartment or essential housing? How America’s most notorious junk municipal bond peddlers are getting rich off California’s affordability crisis.

Catholic Church census reveals growth in Asia and Africa, decline in Europe

An annual census by the Vatican news agency, Fides, shows that the number of Catholics has increased in Africa, the Americas and Asia but gone down in Europe.

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