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High School Football Coach Who Lost Job for Praying After Games to Be Reinstated

Joseph Kennedy, the high school football coach who lost his job in 2015 for praying on the field after games, will be reinstated by March 15, 2023, reports the Kitsap Sun.

Voters Trust Republicans to Handle Inflation, Economy Ahead of Midterms: ABC News/Ipsos Poll

Voters overwhelmingly prefer the GOP to address top issues facing the U.S., just weeks before midterm elections.

Saudi Arabia Strengthens Ties With China After Snubs, Begging From Biden

Leaders from Saudi Arabia and China said on Friday that the two nations will strengthen cooperation on energy after the Islamic kingdom’s falling out with the United States.

National Security Reporter Disappears After FBI Raid

Investigative reporter on national security and former ABC News producer, James Gordon Meek, has not been since the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) raided his apartment in Arlington, Virginia, on April 27th.

After Biden, Who’s Next for the Democratic Party?

The midterm elections are looking like an impending disaster for the Democratic Party.

Biden Announces Release of More Oil From Strategic Reserve Ahead of Midterms

The White House announced on Tuesday that President Joe Biden would release 15 million barrels of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve.

Uganda Locks Down 2 Districts in Bid to Stem Spread of Ebola

Ugandan authorities on Saturday imposed a travel lockdown on two Ebola-hit districts as part of efforts to stop the spread of the contagious disease.

Fauci Denies Responsibility for School Closures in Interview After Recommending Lockdown Policies

Outgoing White House chief medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci denied responsibility for school closures during the pandemic, insisting in an interview on Sunday he...

Alex Jones Ordered to Pay Nearly a $Billion in Sandy Hook Defamation Trial

Jones watched as the order was read during a taping of his show.

FBI Intel Analyst Tells Durham Agency Offered Steele $1M to Corroborate Dossier

An FBI analyst on Tuesday in federal court told Special Counsel John Durham the agency offered former British spy Christopher Steele "up to $1 million" to corroborate evidence in his now-discredited dossier that was central to a federal investigation into possible collusion between Russia and the 2016 Trump presidential campaign.

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