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Biden Administration is Desperate to Remove Verbal Gaffes From Interview Transcripts

A verbal gaffe made by President Joe Biden during his ABC interview with George Stephanopoulos was removed after the Biden Administration pressured the publication to change the wording to reflect better on the President.

Study Linking COVID Vaccines to Cancer Retracted After Public Pressure

A study linking the COVID-19 vaccine spike protein to cancer cell development was retracted, according to the paper's co-author.

‘Freedom is Not Free’ – American Minute with Bill Federer

"FREEDOM IS NOT FREE" is the inscription on the Korean War Memorial in Washington, D.C. The Korean War started June 25, 1950. Communist North Korea invaded South Korea, killing thousands. Outnumbered South Korean and American troops, as...

USA Today Quietly Removes Op-Ed Piece Against Trans Athletes

Several newspapers connected to USA Today's network, owned by Gannett, quietly removed Senator John Kennedy's (R-LA) opinion piece on transgender athletes.

Intelligence Officials Create ‘Guideline’ for Speaking About China, Islam

A newsletter distributed to Intelligence Community (IC) officials discussed "language guidelines for how we talk about the People’s Republic of China."

House Committee Demands MIT Respond to Antisemitism

The House Committee on Education and the Workforce is demanding that the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) provide documentation regarding its response to antisemitism on campus.

Taliban Publicly Executes Three People in Five Days After Months of Inactivity

The Taliban staged three public executions in the past week, a stark contrast following months of inactivity.

High Court to Consider Julian Assange Extradition Appeal Amidst International Scrutiny

Tuesday, February 21 marks a pivotal moment for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange as two high court judges in London convene to consider whether he...

Johns Hopkins University Facing Federal Antisemitism Inquiry

The Department of Education announced that Johns Hopkins University is facing a federal antisemitism inquiry after a complaint claimed that Jewish students were being made to feel "unwelcome and unsafe" on campus.

Department of Education Opens Investigation on Northwestern University After Antisemitism Complaint

The U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights reportedly has opened an investigation into Northwestern University after a complaint was filed by Campus Reform editor-in-chief Dr. Zachary Marschall over the university’s handling of antisemitic incidents.

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