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NPR Gives Up on Declaration of Independence Reading

National Public Radio (NPR) ended a more than three-decade-long tradition of reading the Declaration of Independence on Monday, July 4.

California Gives Free Healthcare to Illegal Immigrants

California is now the only state in the U.S. to offer free healthcare to all low-income illegal immigrants after Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a $307.9 billion budget June 30.

California Passes Sweeping Measure to Reduce Single-Use Plastics

California has passed a sweeping measure to significantly reduce single-use plastics and drastically boost plastic recycling rates, setting up the toughest plastics reduction requirements in the nation.

Known and Suspected Terrorists Entering US in Unprecedented Numbers: Rep. Higgins

Known and suspected terrorists are entering the United States in unprecedented numbers amid a surge in illegal immigration, according to Rep. Clay Higgins (R-La.).

Boy Scouts March in Seattle ‘Pride Parade’ (Video)

Scouts seen carrying rainbow flags.

Hundreds of Migrants Seen Wandering on Side of Road in Texas Amid Illegal Immigration Surge

Hundreds of migrants suspected to have entered the country illegally were seen Thursday wandering the side of a highway in Eagle Pass, Texas, a small town just east of the Rio Grande on the Mexican border, a video taken by Texas law enforcement showed.

Texas Woman Convicted of 26 Counts of Voter Fraud

A former volunteer deputy registrar from southeast Texas pleaded guilty to 26 felony counts of voter fraud stemming from a 2018 local utility board election.

Dr. Simone Gold Sentenced to Two Months in Prison

A California doctor has been sentenced to two months in prison for being involved in the Jan. 6 breach of the Capitol and stepping inside the restricted premises along with her co-defendant John Strand.

Fauci Won’t Answer Whether Gov’t Vax Approval Committee Members Are Paid by Vax Manufacturers (Video)

"People who receive royalties are not required to divulge them," said Fauci.

Gang Violence, Not Lone-Wolf Attacks, Account For Most U.S. Mass Shootings

The country’s eyes are trained on high-profile massacres in Texas and Buffalo, but most mass shootings bear little resemblance to those.

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