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Kavanaugh Assassination Suspect Said He Was A ‘Sissy Slave’ And ‘Trans Gamer Girl’ Who Asked Him To ‘Take Out’ High-Value Targets

The California man accused of attempting to assassinate Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh identified himself as a "sissy slave" and a "trans gamer girl" named "Sophie"...

Woke Ben & Jerry’s Called Out for ‘Occupying’ Native Land in Vermont

Israeli students spoke out after the company's political-legal action.

Judicial Watch Sues DOJ to Release Trump-Declassified ‘Smoking Gun’ Documents From Russia Probe

The conservative watchdog Judicial Watch has sued the Justice Department to compel the release of “smoking gun” documents former President Donald Trump declassified and ordered release that detail misconduct in the FBI’s discredited Russia collusion investigation.

Biden Administration Hit With Lawsuit Over ‘Sneak Attack’ on Charter Schools

A coalition of charter schools in Michigan and Ohio brought a lawsuit Monday challenging the Biden administration’s newly implemented hurdles on federal funding for the independently run public schools.

Judge Refuses to Dismiss Trump Lawsuit Against YouTube

A district judge stayed former President Donald Trump’s lawsuit against YouTube until the end of the appeal against the dismissal of his case against Twitter.

No Threshold of Deaths Caused by COVID Vax to Pull Them: Canadian Official

The Canadian official with final say on whether or not a vaccine gets approved in the country says there isn’t a threshold that would cause the removal of COVID-19 injections from circulation, court documents reveal.

Jury Finds Bannon Guilty on Both Contempt of Congress Charges

Bannon is a former Trump White House adviser.

Hacker Convicted Over Largest Data Theft in CIA History

A former CIA software engineer has been convicted on all nine counts in a New York court, with jurors pronouncing him guilty of leaking sensitive data to Wikileaks in what is believed to be the largest breach in the agency’s history to date.

Christian Doctors Say California’s Assisted Suicide Law Violates Their Conscience

A group of Christian doctors has argued in federal court that California’s assisted suicide law violates their conscience by requiring them to help dying...

Federal Judge Upholds Georgia’s Voter Integrity Law

A federal judge has upheld several parts of a voter integrity law that was passed in Georgia.

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