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Illegal Immigrant With Ties to Terrorist Gang Arrested For Rape and Murder of U.S. Autistic Woman

Maryland police announced Thursday that a 17-year-old illegal alien has been arrested for the July 2022 murder of 20-year-old Kayla Hamilton.

House Republicans To Investigate Biden’s Withdrawal in Afghanistan

The House Foreign Affairs Committee is threatening to subpoena the State Department as part of a probe into the Biden administration’s withdrawal from Afghanistan, CNN first reported late Thursday.

University of California System Has Millions Invested With Companies Linked to Uighur Genocide

The University of California (UC) system has invested millions of dollars in companies that are linked to the ongoing Uighur genocide, an analysis of its endowments revealed.

Andrew Tate Detained on Suspicion of Rape, Human Trafficking, Organized Crime

Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan detained by Romanian law enforcement on suspicion of rape, human trafficking, and organized crime; prosecutors find six women allegedly sexually exploited by the brothers and two other men.

ICE Has ‘No Records’ for Hundreds of Thousands of Illegal Immigrants

In a letter to Syracuse University’s Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC), U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) said they have "no records" of as many as 377,980 illegal immigrants.

Hackers Purchase Sensitive U.S. Military Biometric Data on eBay

German security researchers purchase biometric device from eBay containing sensitive military data, raising privacy and security concerns.

New Investigation Exposes ‘Charities’ that Benefit from Illegal Border Crossings

A new report exposes how non-governmental organizations (NGOs) disguise themselves as "charities" as they work with the government to relocate illegals.

Record 1.6 Million Illegal Migrant Asylum Backlog at U.S.-Mexico Border

About 30% of all applications are for children under the age of ten.

Biden Signs Defense Bill Into Law, Voiding Military’s COVID Vax Mandate

Biden signs NDAA for 2023 authorizing $858 billion in military, energy, and procurement spending and overturning COVID-19 vaccine mandate for servicemembers.

White House Says ‘It Was Brittney or No One’ On Americans Left in Russia

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre faced a barrage of questions Thursday about President Biden’s decision to release notorious arms dealer Viktor Bout as part of a prisoner swap for basketball star Brittney Griner — while leaving fellow Americans Paul Whelan and Marc Fogel behind.

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