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COVID-19 Vaccine Injury Claims Has 10-Year Backlog

The U.S. government's Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program (CICP) is backlogged by 10 years, according to a testimony given before the Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic.

USDA Partners with Left-Wing Group to Increase Voter Turnout

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) partnered with the group Demos to increase voter turnout ahead of the 2024 presidential election, according to documents obtained by The Heritage Foundation’s Oversight Project.

Global Study Reveals Increase in Heart, Blood Conditions From COVID Vaccines

In a worldwide study conducted by the Global Vaccine Data Network (GVDN), researchers have provided crucial insights into vaccine safety.

Chinese Illegal Immigrant Apprehensions Up More Than 1,000%

The apprehension of Chinese illegal immigrants is up more than 1,400% since 2021, according to a report from America First Policy Institute.

Trans ‘Chestfeeding’ Declared ‘Comparable’ to Biological Women’s Lactation

The University of Sussex Hospitals NHS Trust (USHT) announced that drug-induced lactation for transgender "chestfeeding" is similar to a biological woman's lactation.

Scientist Says ‘No Lives Were Saved’ by COVID Vaccine

According to Canadian scientist Denis Rancourt “no lives were saved” by the COVID-19 vaccines.

House Republicans Urge GOP to Protect Constitutional Rights as Congress Considers Reauthorizing Government Surveillance Program

Thirty House Republicans sent a letter to House leadership, calling for them to protect Second and Fourth Amendment rights as the House considers reauthorizing a government surveillance program.

Trellix Report: Cyberattacks Target Taiwan’s Democracy, Highlighting Election Risks

Hackers ramped up their activities just as Taiwanese voters geared up to participate in last month's national elections, according to officials at U.S.-based cybersecurity...

FDA, CDC to Incorporate ‘Indigenous Knowledge’ in Research: Report

The Washington Free Beacon obtained documents suggesting that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) may incorporate "indigenous knowledge" in future research.

Record Number of NYPD Officers Injured in Suspect Attacks, Highlights Migrant Crisis

In New York City, projections indicate that over 5,400 police officers were injured by suspects in 2023, amidst what is described as a disorderly...

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