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Students Will Sue Smithsonian After It Kicked Them Out for Wearing Pro-Life Hats

Staff at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum kicked out a group of Catholic students for wearing pro-life hats last month in violation of their First Amendment rights, a lawyer for the students said.

Mainstream Media Blames ‘White Supremacist’ Police Force for Black Cops Beating Man to Death

The beating was the "result of white supremacy," according to some.

Trump Blasts Biden Failures in Latest Speech, ‘Every Day is Like April Fool’s Day’

Delivering his second speech in a day, former President Donald Trump denounced the unbelievable failures of President Joe Biden's administration over the past two-plus years.

Katie Hobbs Blocks Scheduled Executions of 100 Murderers in Controversial Move

Arizona Democratic Gov. Katie Hobbs is beginning her term with a controversial decision that has Republicans and the families of victims up in arms.

Department of Defense to Give $3 Million to Company Behind Wuhan Lab Leak

EcoHealth Alliance to use the funding to "reduce the threat of viral spillover from wildlife in the Philippines."

Rep. Boebert’s New Bill Blocks Federal Funding to Planned Parenthood

"We need to protect the sanctity of life in this country. To all those marching at the March For Life, let’s rally behind this bill and get it done!" Boebert said.

Prostitution Surges in Davos Amid World Economic Forum Summit

She would not reveal who her clients were, but cautioned: "Believe me, you don't want to get into litigation with them."

Arizona Democrat Gov. Katie Hobbs Proposes to Defund School Choice Program, Border Strike Force

If the reaction from Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs’ first budget proposal is any indication, she and lawmakers are likely in for a long spring.

Republicans Introduce Bill to Defund the World Health Organization

Legislation would "prohibit the United States from providing assessed or voluntary contributions to the WHO."

Omnibus Shows Congress’s Priorities: Authoritarianism and War

Those hoping for a Christmastime government shutdown were once again disappointed when Congress passed a 4,000-page, $1.7 trillion omnibus appropriations bill that few, if any, Representatives and Senators read before voting on.

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