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Businesses Pulled Back on ‘Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion’ Programs This Year, New Report Finds

Corporate America dialed back overall enthusiasm for diversity, equity, and inclusion programs, also known as DEI, according to research from Glassdoor.

Democrats Push to Lower Voting Age to 16

The Democrat-led movement to lower the legal voting age to 16 — or in some cases even younger — is gaining momentum nationwide, scoring...

Republican Congressman Introduces Religious Liberty Amendment to Democrats’ Radical Same-Sex ‘Marriage’ Bill

Republican congressman Rep. Chip Roy of Texas introduced an amendment to Democrats’ same-sex “marriage” bill, the “Respect for Marriage Act” (RMA), in a final bid to protect religious liberty before a vote in the House next week.

Biden Admin Quietly Greenlights Plan to Build Huge Gulf Oil Terminal

The Biden administration has quietly approved plans to build a new crude oil terminal in the Gulf of Mexico off Texas, seemingly in contradiction to the president’s past comments on the consumption of fossil fuels and carbon emissions.

Musk to Test Computer Implant in Human Brains

The microchip device is proposed to allow the disabled to regain lost functions like speech and movement.

House Ways and Means Committee Collects Trump’s Federal Tax Returns

The House Ways and Means Committee received six years of Trump's federal tax returns.

‘Critical Win’: Appeals Court Strikes Down San Diego Schools COVID Vaccine Mandate

In a precedent-setting decision for the State of California, a state appeals court last week ruled against the San Diego Unified School District’s (SDUSD) COVID-19 vaccine requirement for students.

Colorado Penalizes Marriage in New Tax Bill

Coloradans overwhelmingly voted “yes” on Proposition FF, which expands its universal free school meals program by limiting deductions on earners making over $300,000.

World Economic Forum Founder Praises China’s CCP

Klaus Schwab calls China a "role model."

At-Risk Diabetes Patients Could Get Drug Before January

The Food and Drug Administration's potential breakthrough drug for diabetes — which has the capacity to delay the onset of Type 1 diabetes — could be ready for high-risk patients before January.

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