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Montana Rancher Says Biden Policies Could Have Dire Impact on Beef Supply

A Montana rancher criticized the Biden administration’s climate policies, including a new water restriction, saying they create "more regulation," and could potentially lead to a decrease in agriculture production.

New Nonprofit Promotes ‘Principles of Our Nation’s Founding’: Restoration of America

"We have the greatest country in the world and we have an obligation to educate our children and grandchildren about our founding and what made America exceptional."

Biden Admin. Makes No Effort to Remove Chinese Spy Balloon Floating Over U.S.

Biden said shooting it down would pose a “risk to [the] safety and security of the people on the ground.”

Fentanyl Kills Nearly 1,500 Americans Every Week, CDC Data Shows

The US is in the midst of a catastrophic fentanyl epidemic that is causing an eye-watering number of deaths and tearing the fabric of American society apart.

Migrant From Venezuela Apprehended For Smuggling Large Group Near Texas Border

A Texas Department of Public Safety trooper arrested a Venezuelan migrant for allegedly smuggling a group of 28 migrants, including a juvenile into the interior of Texas.

Florida Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Important Abortion Case

The Florida Supreme Court has agreed to hear a legal challenge to Florida’s 15-week abortion ban.

New Jersey Election Results Flip After Tabulation Error Discovered

The error affects six voting districts.

Meta’s Oversight Board Wants Nudity Allowed on Company’s Social Media Platforms

Meta representative says company is "constantly evolving our policies to help make our platforms safer for everyone."

‘Absolutely Insane’: Connecticut Law Would Axe Fitness Requirements for Female Firefighters

Connecticut Democrats are working to lower the physical fitness requirements for female firefighters, saying that less onerous standards will make fire departments "more diverse."

Supreme Court to Hear Immigration Case by Transgender Woman Against Biden Administration

The Supreme Court on Tuesday will hear the case of a Guatemalan transgender woman who is seeking to avoid deportation from the U.S. after a lower court said she didn’t go through the proper process to demonstrate she would be persecuted in her home country if she were deported.

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