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December 7, 1941: Recalling the Heroes of the ‘Day of Infamy’

December 7, 1941, was a day of infamy.

White Sign-Language Interpreter Sues Broadway’s ‘The Lion King,’ Claims he Was Fired Because of His Race

A white sign-language interpreter is suing Theatre Development Fund for discrimination, alleging that the Broadway show fired him because of his skin color.

U.S. Special Ops’ Veterans Day Statement

United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) releases statement celebrating "the many generations of brave Americans who have served our Nation in uniform" in honor of Veterans Day.

Jan 6 Details: MSNBC Reporter Fact-Checked in Real Time by Trump Supporters

An MSNBC reporter gets slapped down during an interview after trying to stump Trump supporters about January 6.

Archeologists Find Tomb of Saint Nicholas, 4th Century Bishop and Inspiration for Santa Claus

Archeologists have found the tomb that holds the remains of Saint Nicholas underneath an ancient church in Turkey.

COVID-19 Vaccine Compensation Programs Failing Those Who Need It Most

Certain governments across the globe have established a compensation program to compensate their citizens who suffer injuries or death from the COVID-19 shots and treatments recommended during the pandemic.

White House Declares October 11 ‘International Day Of The Girl’

Biden emphasizes left-wing ideology: climate change, equity, LGBTQ rights.

Americans Who Believe ‘False Narratives Propagated on Online Platforms’ Are Biggest Terror Threat, Says DHS Secretary

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas used the anniversary of September 11 to declare 'radicalized' Americans are now the main terrorist threats to the country.

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