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Sen. Tom Cotton Leads Senators in Letter to Biden: ‘Undermining Israeli Operations’

Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) led four other GOP senators in a letter condemning President Joe Biden for “undermining Israeli operations against Hamas in Gaza.”

Missouri Sues Planned Parenthood for Trafficking Teens to Obtain Secret Abortions

Missouri's attorney general, Andrew Bailey, announced that he is seeing Planned Parenthood after discovering the abortion provider is “trafficking minors out of state to obtain abortions without parental consent.”

Pittsburgh Police End Responding to Certain Emergency Calls

The city of Pittsburgh says it will no longer respond to 911 calls that are not related to "in progress emergencies" next week.

Army Cuts 24,000 Positions Amid Recruitment Crisis

The U.S. Army cut thousands of positions amid its ongoing recruitment crisis.

National Day of Prayer: We Have Forgotten God…” Lincoln, “Awful Calamity … May Be but a Punishment … For Our Presumptuous Sins” – American...

President Reagan stated January 27, 1983: "In 1775, the Continental Congress proclaimed the first National Day of Prayer ... In 1783, the Treaty of Paris officially ended the long, weary Revolutionary War during...

U.S. Army Pacific Holds Course Called ‘China Way of War’

The U.S. Army Pacific (USARPAC) held a five-day course discussing how the Chinese Community Party (CCP) thinks and operates militarily.

Nikki Haley Says She’s ‘Not Going Anywhere’ as Trump Receives 182 South Carolina Endorsements

Nikki Haley said she plans to remain in the Republican presidential primary race against Donald Trump.

Wisconsin Passes Law Restricting AI-Produced Campaign Materials

Earlier this week, Wisconsin joined 20 other states that have either introduced or passed election laws requiring election campaigns to disclose when advertisements are AI-generated. 

ICE Reportedly Planning to Release Thousands of Migrants

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has drafted plans to release thousands of illegal immigrants and lower its capacity to detain them, according to a report from The Washington Post.

Denver Mayor Blames Republicans for $5 Million Cuts from Public Services to Pay For Illegal Immigrants

Denver's Democratic mayor is blaming Republicans and former President Donald Trump for cutting $5 million from public services used by its residents in order to pay for supporting illegal immigration.

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