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Elise Stefanik Previews Weaponization Committee: ‘Deep State Needs to Be Rooted Out’ of Agencies

Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) expects the House’s newly created subcommittee examining the “weaponization” of the federal government to be “some of the most important work of the 118th Congress.”

Bill Gates Discusses Climate Change While Traveling in Carbon-Emitting Private Jet

Gates' $70 million Gulfstream jet burns roughly 1,700 liters of fuel per hour.

Math Education Is Racist, Sexist, Homophobic, Says Vanderbilt Professor

"I apply my framework and research findings to argue how undergraduate mathematics education operates as a white, cisheteropatriarchal space that limits learning opportunities affirming of queer of color identities and experiences," the professor says.

DOJ Sues Google Over Digital Advertising Dominance

The Justice Department and several states sued Google on Tuesday, alleging that its dominance in digital advertising harms competition.

Global Cooling to Occur Through 2050s

A decline of up to 0.3° C is expected.

Gen. Milley Says It Would Be ‘Very Difficult’ To ‘Eject’ All Russian Forces Out of Ukraine

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley acknowledged on Friday that it would be difficult for Ukrainian forces to “eject” Russian forces from all of Ukraine this year.

Leftist Civil War: Greta Thunberg Airs Grievances Against World Economic Forum

The climate moralism arms race in Davos, Switzerland, intensified on Thursday as activist Greta Thunberg accused attendees of the World Economic Forum of hypocrisy regarding the environment.

New Zealand’s Jacinda Ardern to Step Down as Prime Minister

"I no longer have enough in the tank," Ardern said.

With 25,000 Mysterious Votes and Missing Documents, Maricopa’s 2022 Election Process Marked by Chaos and Uncertainty

While the GOP and conservative media have largely moved on from Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake and the systemic failures that occurred in Maricopa County on Nov. 8, court testimony and eyewitness reports from the Lake trial include allegations that Arizona’s largest county violated state law by failing to implement chain-of-custody documentation for Election Day ballots, resulting in a mysterious 25,000 extra votes added to Maricopa County’s official tally within a 24-hour period — more than the margin of victory between Lake and gubernatorial victor Katie Hobbs.

Prostitution Surges in Davos Amid World Economic Forum Summit

She would not reveal who her clients were, but cautioned: "Believe me, you don't want to get into litigation with them."

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