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Leap Day History

Ancient peoples, for millennia, had used calendars based on the moon, whose lunar cycles incrementally shifted through the seasons. These shifting seasons served as...

Pentagon Opens Over 50 Investigations Concerning Ukrainian Aid

According to the inspector general, the Pentagon has opened more than 50 criminal probes into U.S. aid to Ukraine.

Trump Ordered to Pay $354 Million in Civil Fraud Trial

Judge Arthur Engoron ordered Donald Trump to pay $354 million in the New York civil fraud case.

Trump Files Presidential Immunity Appeal with Supreme Court

Donald Trump requested that the U.S. Supreme Court block a ruling from the US Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, which decided that he does not have presidential immunity in the January 6 case.

HHS Assistant Secretary Condemned for Offering Two Pages of Support for ‘Gender-Affirming Care’

Rachel Levine, the assistant secretary for the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), has been accused of violating scientific integrity policies after offering limited evidence for why "gender-affirming care" is "necessary."

Netanyahu Announces Half of Hamas Killed or Wounded

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said during a visit to Israel Defense Forces (IDF) troops that half of Hamas’s terrorists had been killed or wounded as of Monday.

DOJ Investigates Rep. Cori Bush Over Misuse of Security Funds

The Justice Department is allegedly investigating Rep. Cori Bush, (D-MO), for criminal misuse of federal funds for her personal security.

NBC Nightly News Airs Brazilian Intelligence Probe Update

In federal court today, the central figure behind a significant story involving stolen tax information received a five-year prison sentence. Despite the anticipated coverage...

U.S. Army Promoted Over 10k Soldiers Without Required Military Training

The U.S. Army has promoted over 10,000 noncommissioned officers (NCO) over the last few years who have not completed the required military education and training academies.

Battle of Princeton: “Washington advanced so near the enemy’s lines that his horse refused to go further” – American Minute with Bill Federer

Frederick the Great of Prussia called these ten days "the most brilliant in the world's history." After winning the Battle of Trenton, Christmas Day evening, 1776, George Washington's 1,200...

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