TSA Designates Airport Screening Line for Migrants Without Required ID

Migrants recently released by Border Patrol at the Tucson International Airport were taken through a "special" security screening line set up by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), specifically for migrants, many without any identification.

Gov. Ron DeSantis Signs Three Bills Targeting China

The bills regard Chinese acquisition of American land, involvement in universities, and TikTok on government devices.

Australia Bans TikTok on Gov’t Devices

The Australian government has banned TikTok on all government-issued devices, following concerns over the app's security risks and its Chinese parent company's alleged ties to the Chinese Communist Party.

U.K. Government Bans TikTok on Gov’t Devices

The U.K. government has banned the use of TikTok on government-issued devices due to security concerns.

Canada Bans TikTok from Government Devices

TikTok will be automatically removed and blocked from use on all government-issued mobile devices as of February 28.

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer Defends TikTok Despite Most States Banning Use On Government Devices

Michigan Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer made excuses for using the Chinese-owned social media app TikTok, despite Congress and most states partially or fully banning the app on government-issued devices.

$1.7 Trillion Spending Bill Requires Verification of Sellers Earning $5,000 Annually

The INFORM Act requires e-commerce companies to collect, verify, and disclose personal information from high-volume, third-party sellers with annual revenues exceeding $5,000 and will be enforced by the Federal Trade Commission.

University of Oklahoma Bans TikTok

University of Oklahoma bans TikTok for students and staff due to national security concerns and compliance with Governor Kevin Stitt's executive order.

Texas Bans China-Linked TikTok for Gov’t-Issued Devices

Texas Governor Gregg Abbott forbids state agencies from using popular social media app linked to Chinese Communist Party.

Army Directs Financially Strapped Soldiers to Welfare, Food Stamps as Recruitment Numbers Continue to Tumble

The Army has directed members who are struggling to make ends meet to supplement their income through government assistance programs.

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