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Supreme Court Weighs Social Media Limits in Texas and Florida

The Supreme Court heard arguments on Monday concerning contentious laws in Texas and Florida that impose limits on social media, following conflicting rulings from...

California Pharmacists Required to Undergo ‘Cultural Competency and Humility’ Training

The California State Board of Pharmacy is requiring pharmacists to undergo "cultural competency and humility" training in order to renew their licenses.

Microsoft Admits it Pays White Employees Less than Minorities

Microsoft acknowledged in a diversity report that it pays white employees less than minority employees.

Newsom Says Abortion at Any Week is ‘Determination for Women and Their Doctors’

The high-altitude balloon intercepted by the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) over Utah was determined to be a "hobbyist" craft, according to reports.

Trump Urges Alabama Legislature To Protect IVF

Former President Donald Trump urged the Alabama legislature to preserve access to in vitro fertilization (IVF) after the state’s Supreme Court ruled last week that frozen embryos are children.

Prosecutors Seek Detention for Suspect Accused of False Statements About Bidens

The Justice Department is urging District Judge Otis D. Wright to overturn a decision granting Alexander Smirnov release from custody, asserting concerns over the...

Undercover Journalist Discovers IRS Uses AI to Spy on Americans

An undercover journalist with the O'Keefe Media Group discovered that the IRS uses AI to spy on Americans and company bank accounts.

Gates-Funded Group Claims Memes Have ‘Sinister Function,’ Spread ‘Disinformation’

A group called Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance, which has partnered with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, is now targeting memes.

Trump-Era Authority Ironically Eyed by Biden Administration to Confront Southern Border Challenges

President Biden is contemplating the use of a potent presidential authority, famous during the Trump era, to confront the surge of migrants arriving at...

USDA Partners with Left-Wing Group to Increase Voter Turnout

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) partnered with the group Demos to increase voter turnout ahead of the 2024 presidential election, according to documents obtained by The Heritage Foundation’s Oversight Project.

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