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Virtual Reality Headsets Igniting Safety Concerns Over Radiation Levels

The debate over potential health consequences from wireless device radiation has officially crossed the virtual threshold.

Court Rejects Johnson & Johnson Bankruptcy Strategy for Tens of Thousands of Baby Powder Lawsuits

A U.S. court on Monday rejected pharmaceutical company Johnson & Johnson’s bankruptcy strategy to resolve billions of dollars in lawsuits that alleged the firm’s talc products cause cancer.

New Jersey Investigating Election Errors

"Based on public reports regarding the 2022 General Election in Monmouth County, a full investigation is warranted to encourage and preserve public trust in our elections, including recommendations for reforms to benefit the conduct of contests statewide," said Attorney General Matthew Platkin.

California Issues Driver’s Licenses to Over 1 Million Illegal Immigrants Since 2015

The sanctuary state of California has issued driver’s licenses to more than a million illegal aliens since 2015 when a law was enacted to remove the state’s legal resident requirement, new figures reveal.

Fentanyl Kills Nearly 1,500 Americans Every Week, CDC Data Shows

The US is in the midst of a catastrophic fentanyl epidemic that is causing an eye-watering number of deaths and tearing the fabric of American society apart.

Former Walmart CEO Says Consumers Could Be In a ‘World of Hurt’ if Biden Doesn’t Take Action on Inflation Issue

Former Walmart CEO Bill Simon warned Americans this weekend of the detrimental impact that corporate layoffs could have on the U.S.'s feeble economy.

Comer to Newsmax: Committee to Probe DirecTV’s Actions

Rep. James Comer, who chairs the powerful House Oversight and Reform Committee, said on Newsmax Friday that there will be "a committee that's going to hold hearings" on DirecTV's cancellation of its contract to air Newsmax, as there appears to be a "pattern" among media leaders to censor conservative speech.

NIH Study Pushes Trans Hormones Despite Patient Suicides, Lack of Control Group

Two participants committed suicide and 11 more developed suicidal thoughts.

Georgia Gov. Kemp Declares State of Emergency

Kemp said it is because of "unlawful assemblage, violence, overt threats of violence, disruption of the peace and tranquility of this state and danger to existing persons or property” that he declared the state of emergency.

AI Used for ISIS Now Adapted to Censor Americans

Artificial intelligence once used to silence the terrorist organization ISIS is now being adapted to monitor and censor Americans' dissenting opinions to mainstream narratives.

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