More Than 30,000 Babies Born Each Year Following Abortion Bans

A report published by the Institute of Labor Economics in Germany found that about 32,000 babies are born each year following the Supreme Court's overturn of Roe v. Wade.

California County Reinstates Mask Mandates in Hospitals

California's Marin County is requiring people in hospitals to wear a mask through March.

Hospital in Massachusetts Puts 450 Patients at Risk of HIV, Hepatitis

Around 450 patients of the endoscopy unit at Salem Hospital in Massachusetts are reportedly at risk of HIV, Hepatitis C, and Hepatitis A after they were administered “possibly contaminated IVs over a period of two years.”

Nearly 60 U.S. Troops Injured During Attacks in Iraq and Syria in Just One Month

U.S. troops in Iraq and Syria have come under attack by Iranian-backed proxies 55 times in the last month.

U.S. Launches More Airstrikes Against Facilities Used by Iran

The United States launched more airstrikes against facilities used by terrorist organizations.

Pro-Life Father Mark Houck Sues DOJ Over Arrest

Pro-life activist and Catholic father Mark Houck and his wife are suing the Department of Justice (DOJ) after Houck was arrested last year by an estimated 20 Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents.

Pentagon Confirms U.S. Bases Hit By Iranian-Backed Groups

The Pentagon confirmed that U.S. bases in the Middle East were hit four times by Iranian-backed groups.

Woman Arrested For Reportedly Crashing Car into Indianapolis Jewish School

The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) says a woman has been arrested after allegedly driving her car into a building she thought was a Jewish school.

‘Anne Frank’ Kindergarten May Be Renamed

A German kindergarten is renaming the "Kindertagesstätte 'Anne Frank'" to accommodate diversity initiatives.

Bay Area Counties Implementing Mask Mandates for Hospitals to Combat ‘Tripledemic’

Some counties in California’s Bay Area are reimplementing mask mandates to prevent the spread of what officials describe as a “tripledemic.”

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