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Ghislaine Maxwell Sentenced to 20 Years in Jeffrey Epstein Sex Trafficking Case

Ghislaine Maxwell was sentenced to 20 in prison Tuesday for her role in helping powerful pedophile Jeffrey Epstein abuse young girls, capping off a dramatic fall from grace for the British socialite turned-convicted sex-trafficker.

Abortion Disproportionately Targets Black Babies; CDC: 74% Of Abortions in Mississippi Were Performed on Black Mothers

Babies carried by black mothers in 2019 were aborted in greater numbers and at a greater rate than babies carried by mothers of other races, according to a report published by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Poll Shows DeSantis Beats Trump in New Hampshire

DeSantis looks to be beating Trump due to a current New Hampshire poll.

Farmers Warn Soaring Diesel Prices Could Cause Food Shortages

Soaring diesel prices could cause food shortages, farmers warned this week.

Texas Republicans Reject George P. Bush for AG in Nearly All 254 Counties

Jeb Bush's son made it to a runoff election for Texas attorney general before his luck ran out.

Swing State Voters Opposing Transgender Agenda for Minors Lead in Poll

The majority of Americans do not support transgender surgeries or anti-puberty blockers for minors, according to a new survey

Pro-abortion Groups Plan to Spend $150 Million During Midterm Elections

Several states could see a push in political advertising ahead of the midterm elections as three pro-abortion rights groups plan to pour $150 million into increasing voter turnout.

Food Processing Plants Burning Across U.S., Threatening Meat Supply

There has been an outbreak of fires in food processing facilities across the nation in the last six months as food prices soar and supply chains are stressed to their limits.

26 Governors Create Border Strike Force ‘in the Absence of Federal Leadership’

Twenty-six U.S. governors, all Republican, announced the creation of a Border Strike Force to “disrupt and dismantle transnational criminal organizations” on April 19.

Virginia Governor’s Ban on Teaching ‘Divisive Concepts’ Sparks Battle Over Race-Based U.S. History

Virginia’s ban on teaching “inherently divisive concepts” about race in K-12 public schools is stirring debate about whether Black history can still be taught or a newly unified history for all Americans will dominate classrooms.

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