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Rep. Mark Green, R-Tenn., Reverses Retirement Decision, Seeks Reelection

House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Mark Green, R-Tenn., has reversed his decision to retire and will seek reelection following encouragement from various Republicans, including...

White House Calls Illegal Immigrants ‘Newcomers’

The White House called illegal immigrants "newcomers" in a new brief.

Equinox Bars Journalist James O’Keefe After Confrontation

Journalist James O'Keefe of OMG Media revealed on Thursday that he has been permanently banned from Equinox gyms nationwide. The ban follows O'Keefe's release of...

White House Health Report Claims Biden is ‘Robust’

Presidential physician Dr. Kevin O'Connor released a report from Joe Biden's physical, finding that there are "no new concerns" over his health.

Federal Judge Rules $1.7 Trillion Spending Bill Passed Unconstitutionally

United States District Judge James Wesley Hendrix of the Northern District of Texas said the House of Representatives improperly passed a $1.7 trillion spending bill.

Critics Slam Supreme Court Move on Trump Immunity, Call it ‘Terrifying’

"What the Supreme Court did today is just plain terrifying," wrote Slate writer Mark Joseph Smith in a social media post. "The justices are...

House Speaker Faces Intense Pressure Over Looming Government Shutdown

House Speaker Mike Johnson found himself under intense pressure from top elected officials, including Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, during a White House...

Tennessee House Passes Bill Banning ‘Ideological’ Flags in Schools

In a vote of 70-24, the Tennessee House of Representatives passed a bill banning "ideological" flags, such as the Pride flag, from being displayed in public and charter schools.

Microsoft Admits it Pays White Employees Less than Minorities

Microsoft acknowledged in a diversity report that it pays white employees less than minority employees.

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp Demands Answers From Biden on Illegal Immigrant’s Status in UGA Murder Case

Republican Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp is demanding answers from President Joe Biden following the murder of a 22-year-old nursing student, Laken Hope Riley, on the campus of the University of Georgia.

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