Xi Jinping Invites Americans to Travel to China to Boost Economy

The Chinese government held a “tourism leadership summit” to encourage Americans to visit China, featuring an invite from dictator Xi Jinping.

Top RFK Jr. Advisor Quits

A leading advisor to Robert F. Kennedy Jr. announced she is leaving his presidential campaign.

California City Replaces Traffic Lights With Stop Signs After Homeless Steal Copper Wire

Oakland, California city officials have removed a traffic light at a busy intersection after homeless people repeatedly stole copper wire from an electrical box that supplied power to the lights.

Pro-Palestine Demonstrators Using Propaganda from Terrorist Groups

A report from watchdog organization NGO Monitor found that the terror group Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) has a "strong presence at encampments, demonstrations, and riots on American college campuses."

ABC News President Steps Down

ABC News president and former diversity head of CBS News Kim Godwin announced that she is stepping down from her role.

New Law Forces California Restaurants to Raise Menu Prices

Restaurant owners have often utilized surcharges to fund employee benefits like health care, with some establishments listing these charges on menus while others made...

Biden Admin Considers Bringing Palestinian Refugees to U.S.

The Biden administration is looking to bring Palestinian refugees to the United States in order to give them a "permanent safe haven," according to a report from CBS News.

Calls Mount for Biden, Trump to Embrace Presidential Debate Tradition

Twelve news organizations have called on presumptive presidential nominees Joe Biden and Donald Trump to commit to participating in debates during the campaign, emphasizing...

Former CBS Reporter Catherine Herridge Testifies Against Network, Alleges Seizure of Reporting Files

Catherine Herridge, the renowned investigative journalist formerly of CBS News, made explosive accusations against her former network during a House Judiciary Committee hearing on...

National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Bans Transgender Players from Women’s Sports

The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced a ban on transgender athletes from playing in women's sports.

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