Kohl’s Is Latest to Face Potential Boycott Over Controversial ‘Pride Month’ Collection for Babies

The controversy intensified as social media users began sharing more from Kohl’s pride collection, including a “Baby Sonoma Community Pride Bodysuit set” specifically tailored for 3-month, 6-month, and 9-month-old infants.

Lawsuit Targets Groups Allegedly Involved in ‘Mass Surveillance and Censorship Operation’

The lawsuit, filed on behalf of Health Freedom Louisiana co-director Jill Hines and The Gateway Pundit news site founder Jim Hoft, reads, "This case challenges probably the largest mass-surveillance and mass-censorship program in American history."

White House to Use Social Media Influencers to Promote Biden Agenda, Target Young Voters

The influencers may receive their own briefing room.

Biden Jokes About Ice Cream Before Addressing Nashville School Shooting

"I eat Jeni's Ice Cream, chocolate chip."

Biden Admin Gives Award to Biological Male to Celebrate International Women’s Day

The White House awarded a transgender person, who is a biological male named Alba Rueda, with the International Woman of Courage Award.

Biden Stumbles Again on Air Force One Steps

President Joe Biden stumbled while climbing the stairs of Air Force One, renewing concerns about his physical health and cognitive abilities.

The Antiwar Movement Roars Back to Life

On February 19th, the National Mall in Washington, DC saw its largest antiwar rally in 20 years.

Biden Makes Bizarre Comment About East Palestine During Interview

President Joe Biden made a bizarre remark when asked on Friday if he would be visiting the site of the train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio.

First Lady Says Biden Ready to Run

First lady Jill Biden gave one of the clearest indications yet that President Joe Biden will run for a second term, telling The Associated Press in an exclusive interview on Friday that there's "pretty much" nothing left to do but figure out the time and place for the announcement.

Former President Jimmy Carter To Spend ‘Remaining Time’ at Home On Hospice

Former President Jimmy Carter will spend his "remaining time" at home receiving hospice care instead of receiving additional "medical intervention," The Carter Center announced Saturday.

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