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Strange New Organ Transplant Methods Raise Urgent Questions

If you or a loved one has needed an organ transplant, you know the problem firsthand: There are not enough organs for those who need them and there is a long waiting period.

Illinois’ Democrat Governor Blinks, Suggests New Cashless Bail Law Might Need Changes Amid Outcry

Gov. J.B. Pritzker has suggested that changes to the state's controversial SAFE-T Act could be needed to better inform the public. Among other things, the...

Internet and Cell Phone Data Purchased by Government to Track Americans

Law enforcement is working with third-party data brokers.

Senators Seek to Rein in Law Enforcement’s Cell Phone Tracking Abilities

The Associated Press reports that members of Congress are seeking to introduce legislation that would limit law enforcement agencies’ ability to buy cell phone tracking tools to follow people’s location.

Maricopa County Elections Employee on Video Removing 2020 Election Files from Servers

Arizona Senate-ordered independent Maricopa County ballot audit of 2020 presidential election revealed elections employee captured on video deleting hundreds of thousands of files from election server the day before that server was to be turned over to the audit.

New Data Show Masking Doesn’t Work

New data shows Covid cases in Singapore and New Zealand have overtaken Australia in the latest Omicron wave despite ultra-strict mask mandates.

Israel Dissolves Government, Will Hold 5th Election in Less Than Four Years

Israel will head to its fifth election in less than four years after Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and Yair Lapid were unable to stabilize their shaky coalition.

Who Is Eric Schwerin? What to Know About Hunter Biden’s Business Partner

Eric Schwerin became one of Hunter Biden’s closest friends, business associates, and an emotional “pillar” to the president’s troubled second son over a 20-year relationship that transformed the enigmatic moneyman into a D.C. power player.

Virginia Governor’s Ban on Teaching ‘Divisive Concepts’ Sparks Battle Over Race-Based U.S. History

Virginia’s ban on teaching “inherently divisive concepts” about race in K-12 public schools is stirring debate about whether Black history can still be taught or a newly unified history for all Americans will dominate classrooms.

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