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Migrant Children Placed into MS-13 Household

Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) revealed unaccompanied migrant children were placed in a household linked with the gang MS-13.

Pope Critic Excommunicated

Pope Francis critic Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò has been excommunicated.

Millions of Taxpayer Dollars Sent to the Taliban

A report from federal watchdog organization Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) found that nearly $11 million taxpayer dollars went to the Taliban.

Former Texas District Attorney Official Pleads Guilty to Smuggling Illegals in Government Vehicle

A former official from the Starr County District Attorney’s Office pleaded guilty last week to smuggling illegal immigrants from the border in a government vehicle.

Former Facebook DEI Manager Sentenced To Prison For Stealing $5 Million

A former DEI manager for Facebook and Nike was sentenced to five years in prison for stealing over 5 million dollars from the two companies. 

Arizona Grand Jury Indicts Republicans for ‘Falsely’ Declaring Trump Beat Biden in State Popular Vote

An Arizona grand jury indicted 18 Republicans for "falsely" declaring that Donald Trump beat Joe Biden in Arizona's popular vote during the 2020 presidential election.

Billions of Dollars Lost in COVID Fraud: 2024 Report

The Department of Justice (DOJ) released its 2024 report from the COVID-19 Fraud Enforcement Task Force (CFETF), detailing the "widespread fraud involving many COVID-19 relief programs."

Biden’s Transgender Proclamation a ‘Serious Offense to God’: Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò

Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò released a statement condemning President Joe Biden's proclamation on Easter celebrating Transgender Day of Visibility.

Mississippi Sends BlackRock Cease-And-Desist Order

Mississippi Secretary of State Michael Watson sent a cease-and-desist letter to BlackRock earlier this week over the asset manager's environmental, social, and governance (ESG) policies.

Missouri AG Sues Censorship Group Media Matters

Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey filed a lawsuit against censorship organization Media Matters, alleging it has engaged in fraudulent business practices.

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