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NY Attorney General Seeks to Invalidate Trump’s $175 Million Bond in Fraud Case Appeal

The New York Attorney General's office filed a request on Friday to invalidate a $175 million bond posted by former President Donald Trump to...

Foreign Funding Bill Advances

A bill that allocates almost $100 billion to Ukraine, Israel, and the Indo-Pacific advanced.

Meet ‘Atlas’: Boston Dynamics Introduces Agile Humanoid Robot for Complex Tasks

Boston Dynamics recently introduced its latest humanoid robot, named 'Atlas', in a post on X (formerly Twitter). The engineering and robotics design company shared...

New York City Provides Airline Tickets to Illegal Immigrants

Savanah Hernandez of Turning Point USA's Frontlines revealed that New York City is providing illegal immigrants airplane tickets to travel to other U.S. cities.

Google Fires Anti-Israel Employees

Googled fired 28 employees after they occupied an executive's office in California.

Boeing Engineer Tells Senate He Was ‘Ignored’ by Company, Received ‘Physical Threats’

Boeing engineer Sam Salehpour warned Senate members that hundreds of passengers' lives are at stake if Boeing continues to have quality and safety issues.

Republican Attorneys General Allege Bank of America Discriminates Against Religious Customers

Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach and 14 other Republican attorneys general have sent a letter to Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan, alleging that the company is "de-banking" religious and conservative customers.

More Actors Leave Hallmark For Faith-Based ‘Great American Media’

Two more popular actors from the Hallmark channel have left the network to work for Great American Media.

DNC Used Campaign Funds to Pay for Biden’s Legal Fees, Condemned Trump for Doing the Same

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) paid $1.5 million for President Joe Biden's legal bills during Special Counsel Robert Hur's investigation into Biden's handling of classified materials.

Another Boeing Whistleblower Says Company Dismissed Safety Concerns

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is investigating claims from another Boeing whistleblower who said the company overlooked safety concerns.

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