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Chinese Spy Balloon May Have Been Armed with Explosives

US investigates potential explosives on shot down Chinese spy balloon off South Carolina coast.

Biden’s ‘Cooperation’ With the FBI Is Meaningless and Misleading

It’s hard to read the news and not keep coming to the conclusion that the media think you’re stupid.

Hunter Biden’s Lawyers Confirm Controversial Laptop Belongs to Hunter

In a new 14-page letter to the Justice Department, signed by prominent Washington attorney Abbe Lowell, Hunter's lawyers have asked for an investigation into close allies of former President Donald Trump, former Trump strategist Steve Bannon, Trump's longtime lawyer Rudy Giuliani, and others who had access to the laptop's data.

Virtual Reality Headsets Igniting Safety Concerns Over Radiation Levels

The debate over potential health consequences from wireless device radiation has officially crossed the virtual threshold.

Pro-Life Protester Found Not Guilty of Violating FACE Act

Houck faced a maximum sentence of 11 years in prison and a $350,000 fine.

Japan and Netherlands Agree to Limit Exports of Chip-Making Equipment to China

Washington has succeeded in persuading two of its allies to curtail the export of advanced chip-manufacturing equipment to China.

Trump Congratulates McDaniel on RNC Chair Win, Pushes For Renewed Election Integrity

Former President Donald Trump on Friday congratulated Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel on winning a fourth term in her post and urged his supporters to focus on combatting alleged Democratic efforts to cheat in electoral contests.

Christian Baker Jack Phillips Continues Fight After Latest Court Loss

Jack Phillips, the Christian baker who won a Supreme Court case in 2018, lost an appeal Thursday (Jan. 26) in a Colorado civil lawsuit regarding a transgender-themed cake.

Charges Against Ashli Babbitt’s Mother Dropped

The office declined to pursue charges.

National Archives Asks Former Presidents, Vice Presidents to Search Records for Classified Docs

The National Archives has asked former U.S. presidents and vice presidents to complete a check of their records for classified material following the recent discoveries of classified documents at the homes and private offices of President Biden, former President Donald Trump and former Vice President Mike Pence.

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