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McCullough and Malhotra: More Doses of mRNA Vaccines, More Likelihood of Cardiac Harm

Cardiologists Dr. Peter McCullough and Dr. Aseem Malhotra say the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines have done more harm to the public than good.

Domestic Terrorists Arrested at Violent Antifa Autonomous Zone in Atlanta

Five members of a far-left militant occupation in south Atlanta were arrested and charged with domestic terrorism and other felony charges for assaults, arson, and property destruction.

US Designates Iran, China as Countries of Concern Over Religious Freedom

The United States on Friday designated China, Iran, and Russia, among others, as countries of particular concern under the Religious Freedom Act over severe violations, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said.

Nearly 1 in 4 Countries Used Force on Religious Groups Defying COVID-19 Measures

A new Pew Research report finds that governments and police in nearly a quarter of 198 countries and territories used coercion on religious groups who refused to comply with COVID-19 worship restrictions.

Border Arrests of Deported Child Sex Offenders up on Biden’s Watch

Border Patrol agents assigned to a remote part of South Texas arrested three sex offenders who had abused children and been previously deported over the Thanksgiving holiday as they attempted to reenter the United States from Mexico illegally.

Cocaine ‘Super Cartel’ Taken Down

Europol conducted a series of raids known as "Operation Desert Light" across Spain, France, Belgium, and the Netherlands resulting in 49 arrests related to a cocaine "super cartel."

Pompeo: Teachers Union Head Is ‘Most Dangerous Person in the World’

Pompeo made his comments during an interview with news website Semafor.

ICE Arrests Over 130 Illegal Migrant Sex Offenders

Officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Enforcement and Removal Operations arrested more than 130 sex offenders illegally present in the United States in a nationwide campaign, authorities announced Monday.

UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak Promises to Stop Arrests From Social Media Posts

Sunak stated that the police's responsibility is to fight "actual crime in people’s neighborhoods, and not policing bad jokes on Twitter.”

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