Compromise

Gaetz, Greene call on FBI to release 14,000 hours of footage from Jan 6

Reps. Matt Gaetz, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Paul Gosar and Louie Gohmert have demanded answers from the FBI as to what their informants roles were on Jan. 6.

Christians should be ‘outraged’ that children are being ‘trafficked in our own backyard’

Human Trafficking is happening in our own backyard, and that knowledge should make anyone with a conscience “outraged,” said Kevin Malone, the president and co-founder of the U.S. Institute Against Human Trafficking, whose organization runs the nation's sole accredited safe house for trafficked boys.

Conservatives warned to shun members of the ‘eco-Right’

'You have nothing to gain and everything to lose'

Facebook apps responsible for nearly 50% of all online CHILD GROOMING cases during UK lockdown in 2020

Facebook has been accused by a UK child protection watchdog of fuelling a spike in online grooming of children during the pandemic – with “risky design features” in Instagram and other popular apps being exploited by offenders.

What is really going on between Beijing and Washington in the South China Sea?

In today's polarised world, the situation in this hugely significant region of the Pacific is frequently portrayed as either Chinese expansionism or American imperialism. As ever, the truth of the matter is much more complicated.

Biden’s Afghanistan debacle has weakened America around the world

President Joe Biden insists his calamitous withdrawal from Afghanistan has not diminished America's global credibility.

House moderates reject Pelosi’s simultaneous-vote proposal on spending bills

A group of moderate House Democrats rejected Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s attempts to fashion a compromise on the timing of the $1.2 trillion infrastructure package and a broader $3.5 trillion party line spending bill.

Tech Platform Criticizes Apple’s New iPhone ‘Surveillance’ of User ‘Private Content’

WhatsApp head says Apple's new child safety tool "introduces something very concerning into the world."

Biden Tries New Bipartisan Sitdown to Push Infrastructure Plan: ‘I Am Prepared to Compromise’

President Joe Biden met on Monday with a bipartisan group of lawmakers who have all previously served as governors or mayors, as the White House seeks a deal on his more than $2 trillion jobs and infrastructure proposal.

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