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Male Google Executive Fired After Rejecting Female Boss’ Advances

A former Google executive claims in a lawsuit that he was fired for turning down a higher-ranking female executive’s unwanted advances.

Taxpayers to Cover Defense Costs in Andrew Cuomo’s Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

Taxpayers will be left footing the bill to defend disgraced former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo in his sexual harassment lawsuit.

Biden Announces 20-Year Ban on Mining in Minnesota, Undermining Nation’s Mineral Security

The Biden administration has announced that it will impose a 20-year mining moratorium on thousands of acres of land in Minnesota by citing the need to protect the natural environment, potentially dealing a blow to Twin Metals, a major mining firm with interests in the region.

Oklahoma Sheriffs to ATF: We Will Not Enforce Pistol Brace Rule

At least three Oklahoma sheriffs have posted videos and/or notices on their Facebook pages to let the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) know they have no intention of enforcing the pistol brace rule in non-criminal situations.

Column Dismisses Violent Pro-Abortion Extremism as Pro-lifers Face Surge of Attacks

There's been some pretty clear denial, especially lately, when it comes to the surge of violence that pro-life organizations and churches have experienced at the hands of radical pro-abortion extremists.

Only 14% Of Americans Agree With Amnesty for Illegals

A poll has found that the vast majority of Americans do not agree that there should be a blanket amnesty for immigrants who cross the border into the United States illegally.

Bill Gates Discusses Climate Change While Traveling in Carbon-Emitting Private Jet

Gates' $70 million Gulfstream jet burns roughly 1,700 liters of fuel per hour.

Excess Death Rate Spikes in U.K.—MPs Call for ‘Urgent’ Investigation

17,381 deaths were registered in England and Wales during the seven days ending January 13, which is 2,837 more deaths than the average for this time of year.

Dem Lawmaker’s Child Released on $500 Bail After Assaulting Cop

The "nonbinary" child of Democratic House minority whip Katherine Clark charged with assaulting a cop was released from custody Monday night after posting a $500 cash bail.

DOJ Sues Google Over Digital Advertising Dominance

The Justice Department and several states sued Google on Tuesday, alleging that its dominance in digital advertising harms competition.

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