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US-Mexico Border Is World’s ‘Deadliest’ Land Crossing: UN Study

The U.S.-Mexico border has become the world’s “deadliest” land crossing, according to data recently brought to light by a United Nations study.

Illinois Parade Shooter Believed to Have Bought Rifle Legally, Disguised Self as Female

Police in Illinois said Tuesday that the rifle used in the July Fourth parade shooting outside of Chicago was "purchased in Illinois" and "appears to have been purchased legally" by the shooter.

WEF Floats Attaching Sensor to Your Tooth to Track What You Eat ‘In Real Time’

"Wearable technology" made of "[t]iny sensors that attach to a tooth and personalized nutrition-monitoring patches can enable us to precisely track not just our intake, but how our bodies respond to different foods."

A Tale of Two Crises: The Gas Pump and the Border

It was the best of times … well, actually, nowhere in Joe Biden’s America was it the best of times. But it was the worst of times at the southern border. And it was the worst of times at the gas pump.

Barr: Did Republicans Who Voted for the Gun Control Bill Actually Read It?

It is now the law of the land, signed last Saturday by President Biden — the “Bipartisan Safer Communities Act.”

Another Food Processing Plant Shutters Operations, Adding to Long List of Closures

A top food processing plant will be closing down one of its facilities in Campbell County, Tennessee, adding to the long list of closures over the last year.

Known and Suspected Terrorists Entering US in Unprecedented Numbers: Rep. Higgins

Known and suspected terrorists are entering the United States in unprecedented numbers amid a surge in illegal immigration, according to Rep. Clay Higgins (R-La.).

Suspect in Custody After Shooting at Illinois Weathertech Warehouse Kills 1, Injures 3

An early Saturday morning shooting at a Bolingbrook, Illinois WeatherTech warehouse resulted in two people being injured, one person being killed and an intensive manhunt by police that ended with a suspect in custody.

Former US Military Pilot Pleads Guilty to Selling Aviation Technology Secrets to China

A former U.S. military pilot pleaded guilty on June 23 to acting as a paid agent of China, admitting that he provided American aviation-related technology to the communist regime, the U.S. Department of Justice said in a press release.

Publix Won’t Give COVID Vax to Children Under Age 5

Follows Florida Surgeon General's advice.

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