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Military COVID Vax Mandate to Be Repealed by Annual Defense Bill

U.S. military's COVID-19 vaccine mandate would be repealed under a compromise must-pass annual defense bill revealed Tuesday, ending requirement for all active-duty and part-time troops to get the jab.

House to Abolish COVID Vaccine Requirement for Military

In the most recent version of the National Defense Authorization Act, the annual military funding bill, Covid vaccine mandates for members of the military are likely to get struck down.

62% Of Americans Say Military Too Political; Half Say Too ‘Woke’

A new poll found that almost two-thirds of Americans feel the U.S. military’s leadership has become too political.

GOP Vow to Block Military Funding Unless Vax Mandates Are Lifted

Republicans are leading a charge to block the 'National Defense Authorization Act.'

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.

21 GOP Governors Sign Letter Opposing Military Vaccine Mandate

A group of 21 Republican governors on Wednesday sent a letter to congressional leaders calling on them to prohibit President Joe Biden from issuing a "COVID-19 vaccine mandate" for military members.

China to Increase Nuclear Warheads to 1,500

China is expanding its nuclear force and is on pace to nearly quadruple the number of warheads it has by 2035, rapidly closing its gap with the United States, the Pentagon said in a report released Tuesday.

‘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.

ATF Accused of Perverting Laws in a Scheme to Shut Down Gun Shops

A Texas gun shop owner is suing the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives over a new policy used to revoke firearm dealers’ licenses over small clerical errors in paperwork for gun sales, which the lawsuit says is a violation of federal gun laws.

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