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Bill Gates Says Elon Musk Should Focus On Vaccines Rather Than Going To Space

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates believes the SpaceX CEO’s self-declared mission to save humanity from extinction by colonizing Mars is not a good use of Elon Musk’s fortune, which would be better spent on goals like mass vaccination to save people’s lives back on Earth.

Republican Senator Demands Answers From Biden Admin. on Chinese Balloon’s Threat to ‘Critical Military Infrastructure’

In a new letter addressed to Biden Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, Sen. Schmitt is demanding the Administration account for its non-answers and lack of action on the Chinese spy “asset."

House Ousts Ilhan Omar From Foreign Affairs Committee in Party Line Vote

The House voted Thursday along party lines to remove Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) from her seat on the Foreign Affairs Committee through a resolution that cites her past derogatory remarks about Jewish people and anti-Israel posture.

Exclusive Interview: A Frontline Perspective on the Battle Against Human Trafficking

American Faith interviews former South Carolina congressional candidate Lynz Piper-Loomis regarding her involvement in the fight against human trafficking.

Bill Gates Earned Millions From mRNA Technology, Now Backtracks on Support of Vaccine Technology

After gaining millions of dollars in BioNTech investments, coincidently the partner for Pfizer's mRNA vaccines, Bill Gates decreased his shares in the company by 86%.

Digital Billboard Plays Pfizer ‘Directed Evolution’ Footage on Repeat

Project Veritas placed a digital billboard outside Pfizer's New York headquarters, replaying its undercover conversation with Pfizer executive Jordon Trishton Walker.

Company Behind ChatGPT Is Training System to Make Basic Coding Jobs Obsolete

OpenAI, the company which produced ChatGPT, has hired hundreds of remote contractors to teach the artificial intelligence system how to write basic code.

Biden’s Classified Documents Scandal Won’t Go Away

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13 Years Old Is Too Young for Social Media: U.S. Surgeon General

"It's a time where it's really important for us to be thoughtful about what's going into how they think about their own self-worth and their relationships and the skewed and often distorted environment of social media often does a disservice to many of those children," Murthy added.

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