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Taxpayers to Cover Defense Costs in Andrew Cuomo’s Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

Taxpayers will be left footing the bill to defend disgraced former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo in his sexual harassment lawsuit.

GDP Report Reveals Ominous Great Depression Warning Sign Not Seen Since 1932

The latest numbers from the Bureau of Economic Analysis show that the U.S. economy grew by 2.9 percent in the fourth quarter of last year, and 2.1 percent for 2022.

ACLU Supports Meta’s Decision to Reinstate Trump Account

Social media companies "should err on the side of allowing a wide range of political speech, even when it offends," said ACLU executive director Anthony Romero.

Rand Paul, Donald Trump Cut Ties with DirecTV Over Company’s Censorship of Conservative Voices

"I would cancel @DIRECTV for censoring @NEWSMAX but I already canceled them for canceling @OANN," Paul tweeted.

Gingrich Questions DirecTV’s Motive in Canceling Newsmax: ‘A Lot More About Ideology’

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich is the latest to express alarm over broadcaster DirecTV’s decision to drop conservative channel Newsmax, a move he criticized as an “arbitrary use of power.”

Rugby Player Simon Dunn Dead at 35

His body was found in his Sydney apartment on January 21, and the circumstances of his death are not being treated as suspicious.

Debt Ceiling Hysteria and Hypocrisy

This week the US government reached its 31.4 trillion dollars borrowing limit, better known as the “debt ceiling.”

Fox News Weatherman Adam Klotz Beaten on NYC Subway Train

A Fox News meteorologist was pummeled by a group of teens when he tried to stop them from harassing another straphanger on a Manhattan subway early Sunday, cops and the prognosticator said.

‘March for Life’ Rally in D.C. Underway, Thousands in Attendance (Video)

The march will begin on the National Mall at noon and will feature speeches from prominent figures such as U.S. House Majority Leader Steve Scalise and Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch, who won the case Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization that led to the Supreme Court overturning Roe.

IRS Having Trouble Hiring People Who ‘Are Able to Pass Background Checks’ After Biden Admin Calls for 87,000 New Agents

Out of more than 565,000 job applications received until early October, the IRS only recruited around 19,000 workers.

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