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Resistance to WHO Pandemic Treaty Grows

The World Health Organization (WHO) failed to submit a final draft of its Pandemic Treaty as the global health plan has been met with growing resistance.

Mother’s Day: American Minute with Bill Federer

After the Civil War, abolitionist Julia Ward Howe, writer of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic, led a Mother's Day for Peace in New York on June 2,...

Sen. Cotton Urges Biden to Protect Jewish Students Amid Anti-Israel Protests

Republican Sen. Tom Cotton of Arkansas asserted that President Joe Biden has a "duty" to safeguard Jewish students on New York City college campuses...

Planned Parenthood Performed More Abortions in 2021, 2022 Despite Having Fewer Patients

A report from Planned Parenthood revealed that the abortion provider performed more abortions in 2021 and 2022 despite having fewer patients.

California Sues Beach City Over Voter Identification Measure

California is suing the coast city of Huntington Beach over its voter identification measure which requires residents to present proof of identification when voting at in-person polling locations.

Abortion at Highest Level in Over a Decade

Abortions in the United States hit their greatest levels in 2023 despite the Supreme Court's 2022 Dobbs decision, overturning Roe v. Wade and giving the issue of abortion back to the states.

Denver Requests Residents House Illegal Immigrants

Denver, Colorado is asking its residents to house illegal immigrants as shelters are overcrowded.

Pennsylvania Announces Partnership with DHS, CISA to Monitor Election Speech

Pennsylvania's governor, Josh Shapiro (D) announced a partnership with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) to combat "misinformation" leading up to the 2024 presidential election.

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.

Pittsburgh Police End Responding to Certain Emergency Calls

The city of Pittsburgh says it will no longer respond to 911 calls that are not related to "in progress emergencies" next week.

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