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Georgia Gov. Kemp Declares State of Emergency

Kemp said it is because of "unlawful assemblage, violence, overt threats of violence, disruption of the peace and tranquility of this state and danger to existing persons or property” that he declared the state of emergency.

New York City to Use Cruise Ship Terminal As Housing for Illegal Immigrants

New York City is temporarily turning a cruise ship terminal into a shelter and services hub for asylum-seekers.

Murders Already Soaring In Major U.S. Cities This Year

Spates of deadly violence impacted several U.S. cities to start 2023, outpacing the same period in 2022.

NYC Mayor Promises Abortion Pills in Speech About Women’s Health

Democratic New York City Mayor Eric Adams made several promises during his speech on women's health, one of which was free access to abortion pills.

FBI Searches Chinese Outpost in New York Tasked to ‘Collect Intelligence’ for CCP

First time U.S. authorities seize materials from such outposts.

Biden Special Counsel Previously Took Down Corrupt Dems in Maryland

Prior to his appointment as special counsel on Thursday, former U.S. Attorney Robert Hur previously served as the chief federal law enforcement officer in Maryland where he took down a number of corrupt Democratic officials.

Illinois Bans Semiautomatic Guns Carrying Over 10 Rounds

After approval from both the House and Senate, the state of Illinois passed a gun law banning long guns carrying 10 rounds, and handguns carrying 15 rounds.

Georgia Court Dissolves Special Grand Jury Investigating Trump and Allies

The special grand jury investigating President Donald Trump for alleged crimes in overturning the election has completed its work, issuing a final report and recommending actions to be taken; it is now up to the district attorney to decide whether to seek an indictment from a regular grand jury.

Biblical Site Where Jesus Healed Blind Man Excavated for Public View: ‘Affirms Scripture’

The Israel Antiquities Authority, the Israel National Parks Authority and the City of David Foundation announced days before the new year that the Pool of Siloam, a biblical site cherished by Christians and Jews, will be open to the public for the first time in 2,000 years in the near future.

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