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Senators Call for Limits on TSA’s Facial Recognition Technology

A bipartisan group of senators urged the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to limit TSA’s use of facial recognition technology.

Nursing Home Staffing Mandate Finalized by Biden Administration, Faces Industry Opposition

The Biden administration, through Vice President Kamala Harris, announced on Monday the finalization of the first-ever minimum staffing rule for nursing homes. The mandate requires...

Far-Left Chicago Mayor Says Not to ‘Demonize’ Teenagers Who Went on Violent Rampage

After over 100 teenagers went on a violent rampage in downtown Chicago Saturday night, newly-elected Chicago mayor Brandon Johnson said people shouldn't "demonize" the group.

Progressive Democrat Brandon Johnson Wins Chicago Mayoral Race, Replaces Lori Lightfoot

Progressive Cook County Commissioner Brandon Johnson defeated his opponent, former Chicago Public Schools CEO Paul Vallas, in Chicago's mayoral race Tuesday.

Trump Leads New Hampshire Republican Primary with 41-Point Lead: Emerson College Polling Survey

Trump has a whopping 58% support in a hypothetical primary, while Florida Governor Ron DeSantis comes in at a distant second with 17% support.

How the Western Hemisphere Became the Leftist Hemisphere

It’s not just the United States that’s being pulled (or is it pushed?) to the left.

TSA Quietly Begins Using Facial Recognition

"First generation CAT units are designed to scan a traveler’s photo identification, confirm the traveler’s identity as well as their flight details," according to TSA.

U.S. Military Admits to Overdose Epidemic Among Troops: Over 15,000 Overdoses in the Last Five Years

The US military has reported more than 15,000 service members overdosing on illicit drugs in the past five years, with 332 deaths, as Fentanyl overdose deaths have doubled since 2017, particularly among white male soldiers under 33 years old, and military bases hosting elite soldiers bore higher concentrations of overdoses, with the need for greater attention and resources to address the overdose crisis in the military becoming more pressing.

Associated Press Tells Journalists to Maintain Pro-Abortion Bias in Their Reporting

The Associated Press issued new guidance in November 2022 to journalists related to how they frame issues surrounding abortion.

Charity and Capitalism Are Better Than Government

It's the season for giving.

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