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Tennis Player Collapses on Court Mid-Game

Tennis Player Arthur Cazaux collapsed on the court during a match in Miami on Monday.

Indian Massacres, Bengal Famine, British Taxes, and Patriots Otis, Warren, & Hancock – American Minute with Bill Federer

The French and Indian War ended in 1763 with the French forced to cede to the British all of Canada and the land from the Appalachian Mountains west to the Mississippi River. The French had cultivated...

Doritos Fires Transgender Influencer

Doritos Spain has fired transgender, biological male Iván González Ranedo, who now goes by Samantha Hudson, who originally appeared in an ad for the brand.

D.C. Woman Under Fire for Lavish Spending of Taxpayer Funds

Canethia Miller, a Washington, D.C. resident and mother of three, came under scrutiny after reportedly using a significant portion of the $10,800 in taxpayer...

O.J. Simpson Diagnosed With Prostate Cancer

Former NFL star and accused murderer O.J. Simpson has recently been diagnosed with prostate cancer.

Texas Chicken Plant Catches on Fire

A chicken plant in Brady, Texas, was engulfed in flames on Monday night.

NewsNation’s GOP Debate Sees 82% Drop in Viewers

The Republican presidential primary debate hosted by NewsNation on Wednesday saw the worst ratings of all debates this cycle, with event only drawing in 1.6 million viewers.

COP28 Climate Summit Offers BBQ, Burgers as it Calls for Reduced Meat Consumption

The United Nations (U.N.) COP28 climate summit offered a variety of food options amid its pressure on Western nations to reduce beef consumption.

Former U.S. Ambassador Accused of Spying For Cuba

A former ambassador to Bolivia has been charged by United States prosecutors for secretly working for the Cuban government and supporting its mission in collecting intelligence.

More than 2,500 New York City Police Officers Left Department in 2023

Throughout 2023, 2,516 members of the New York City Police Department (NYPD) left their jobs.

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