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Social Media Platform X Censors ‘Misgendering’

Social media platform X, formerly Twitter, reinstated policies that censor posts "misgendering" individuals.

Rep. Mark Green, R-Tenn., Reverses Retirement Decision, Seeks Reelection

House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Mark Green, R-Tenn., has reversed his decision to retire and will seek reelection following encouragement from various Republicans, including...

White House Calls Illegal Immigrants ‘Newcomers’

The White House called illegal immigrants "newcomers" in a new brief.

White House Health Report Claims Biden is ‘Robust’

Presidential physician Dr. Kevin O'Connor released a report from Joe Biden's physical, finding that there are "no new concerns" over his health.

Harvard Invites Rutgers University Professor Who Appeared with Hamas Leader

Harvard University invited a Rutgers University professor to give a speech at the Harvard Center for Middle Eastern Studies.

‘Jeopardy!’ Incorprates Woke Pronouns into Category

The popular trivia show Jeopardy! received widespread backlash after a question involved "Xem, Xyrs, Xemself" pronouns.

Pittsburgh Police End Responding to Certain Emergency Calls

The city of Pittsburgh says it will no longer respond to 911 calls that are not related to "in progress emergencies" next week.

Taliban Continues Public Stadium Executions Despite Human Rights Complaints

The Taliban has continued public executions despite international calls to end the activity.

Virginia Lt. Gov. Misgenders Trans Senator, Democrats Revolt

Virginia's Democratic state senators walked out of a hearing after Lieutenant Governor Winsome Sears (R) responded "yes sir" to a female-identifying transgender senator.

Nikki Haley Vows to Stay in Presidential Race After South Carolina Defeat

Former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley plans to stay in the Republican presidential race despite losing her home state’s primary to Donald Trump over the weekend.

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