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GOP Rift Widens as Texas House Republicans Censure Four Right-Wing Members

This week, Texas House Republicans censured four right-wing members who ran against their colleagues, capping months of internal strife and taxing primary contests. The caucus...

House GOP Subpoenas Fifteen Biden Aides Over Alleged Election Scheme

Fifteen senior Biden aides were summoned by House Republicans on Thursday due to worries that the administration would be carrying out a partisan "scheme"...

House Committee Blocks State Dept. Funding for Nonprofit’s ‘Enemies of Ukraine’ List

The House Appropriations Committee passed a measure that blocks State Department funding for a nonprofit organization that charges Americans with being "opponents of aid to Ukraine."

Republicans Demand Investigations into Officials Labeling Hunter Biden Laptop ‘Disinformation’

A number of GOP lawmakers are calling for investigations into 51 intelligence officials who initially claimed Hunter Biden's laptop was "Russian disinformation."

Michigan Lawmakers Propose Tough Crackdown on Illegal Immigration

A few legislators from Michigan wish to take tough measures against illegal immigration. Recently, the Michigan House Freedom Caucus submitted a resolution and a bundle...

Right-Wing Parties See Success in European Elections

Several right-wing parties gained traction in recent European elections.

New York Lawmakers Push to Ban ‘Addictive’ Social Media for Children

 Lawmakers in New York have passed legislation that seeks to curb "addictive" social media for children.

Immigration Experts Highlight Flaws in Biden’s New Asylum Restrictions

As the administration prepares to implement President Joe Biden's asylum restriction, the order has already been met with difficulties. Immigration experts have outlined a number...

Garland Resists GOP Demands for Biden Audio Release

Republican senators chastised Attorney General Merrick Garland on Tuesday for his persistent refusal to give the recording of President Biden's meeting with Special Counsel...

Vermont Becomes First State to Require Oil Companies Pay For ‘Damage’ From ‘Climate Change’

Vermont will reportedly become the first state in the nation to require oil companies to pay for "damage" from "climate change."

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