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China in ‘Financial Crisis’

Economists are calling China's property crash, coupled with defaulting government investments and national debt, a "slow-motion financial crisis."

76% Of Border Crossers Bused to NYC Remain in Homeless Shelters

The overwhelming majority of border crossers and illegal aliens sent to the sanctuary city of New York City are still in the city’s homeless shelter system after having arrived on migrant buses sent by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R).

Federal Judge Vows to Stop Hiring Law Clerks From Yale Law School

Judge James C. Ho of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit announced Thursday that he would no longer be hiring law clerks from Yale Law School and urged other judges to follow suit.

Famine in the Uyghur Lands: Accident or Accelerating Genocide?

The East Turkestan National Awakening Movement (ETNAM) held a Sunday protest in Washington calling on the Chinese government to stop the famine in East Turkestan (China’s Xinjiang Province), a result of the lockdown in the region.

These U.S. Cities See the Largest Increase in Rent Prices

While New York, California, and Boston, Massachusetts, continue to be the most expensive rental markets in the country, some unexpected locales have actually experienced the largest increases in one-bedroom rental prices year over year.

It’s Liza: Body of Memphis Kindergarten Teacher, Heiress to Billion-Dollar Fortune Found

A body found in the search for a missing Memphis kindergarten teacher and heiress to a billion-dollar hardware fortune has been identified as the married mother of two, according to a report.

‘Back to the Dark Ages’: Tucker Carlson Details Europe’s Self-Induced Energy Crisis

Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson on Monday evening highlighted the energy crisis faced by Europe ahead of the winter months.

Russia, Ukraine Trade Claims of Nuclear Plant Attacks

Russia and Ukraine traded claims of rocket and artillery strikes at or near Europe’s largest nuclear power plant on Sunday, intensifying fears that the...

German Residents Asked to Make Empty Housing Available for Asylum Seekers

Asylum applications in Germany increased by 44 percent in the first half of this year Local authorities in Germany are urging citizens who have free...

Americans Fleeing to Mexico to Avoid Biden Economy

5.3 million American tourists entered Mexico between January and May 2022.

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