Harvard’s Outgoing President to Remain as Professor

Harvard University's outgoing President, Claudine Gay, will remain with the university as a professor.

Thousands of Illegal Immigrants Wait for Processing at Eagle Pass

Videos show thousands of illegal immigrants waiting to be processed at Eagle Pass, Texas.

Texas Gov. Signs Bill Allowing Police to Arrest Illegal Immigrants

Texas Governor Greg Abbott (R) signed a bill into law that allows state law enforcement to arrest illegal immigrants.

Congress Expels Rep. George Santos

Representative George Santos (R-NY) has been expelled from Congress.

Israel, Its Enemies, and U.S. Involvement in Middle East

On October 7, 2023, the fundamentalist Islamist organization Hamas committed an unprecedented terrorist attack against Israel on Yom Kippur, October 7, 2023, killing over 1,400 Israelis.

Chinese Espionage Suspected After Repeated Unauthorized Access to U.S. Military Bases

When confronted, they frequently provide rehearsed statements, asserting they're lost tourists.

Democrat Fundraising Dips

Decrease of over $30 million compared to the same period in the 2020 cycle.

Oxford College Can Now Expel Students For Using The Wrong Pronouns

A prestigious college at the University of Oxford announced last week that violating its new "transgender harassment policy," could lead to expulsion.

Russia Issues Warrant for Arrest of Lindsey Graham

Russia is seeking the arrest of Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) after an edited video made it appear the senator supported the United States in spending money to kill Russians in Ukraine.

Second IRS Whistleblower Comes Forward in Biden Probe After Case Investigators Expelled

A second whistleblower involved with the Hunter Biden investigation has come forward following the expulsion of the IRS team leading the probe.

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