70-Car Train Carrying Hazardous Materials Derails in North Dakota

A 70-car train carrying hazardous materials derailed in North Dakota with 31 cars derailing, some of which leaked petroleum, but no injuries were reported.

Philadelphia Residents Urged Not To Drink Tap Water After Chemical Spill

Officials in Philadelphia are encouraging locals against drinking tap water following a chemical spill in nearby Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

Off-Duty Pilot Helps Southwest Plane Land Safely After Captain Needs ‘Medical Attention’

An off-duty pilot from another airline has helped a Southwest Airlines plane land safely in Las Vegas after one of its pilots required "medical attention" shortly after departure. 

Utah to Force Social Media Apps to Get Parental Consent Before Minors Given Access to Apps

On Thursday, Utah Governor Spencer Cox signed two bills into law that make his state the first in the US to mandate that social media companies obtain parental consent for anyone under 18 years of age before they can use their apps.

TikTok CEO Testifies Company Still Storing Some U.S. User Data Overseas, Raising Security Fears

TikTok is still storing Americans’ data on overseas servers, potentially placing it at risk of being accessed and exploited by China’s communist regime.

Why Congress Has Reason to Be Suspicious of Narrative on COVID-19 Origin

Congressional Republicans are busy trying to uncover the origin of COVID-19, which has killed more than 1.1 million Americans.

Report Claims Trump To Be Indicted Next Week As DA Cancels Wednesday’s Meeting

A new report from the U.K. Daily Mail revealed that former President Trump is expected to be indicted Tuesday.

Republicans Demand Testimony from DA Investigating Trump

"Your actions will erode confidence in the evenhanded application of justice and unalterably interfere in the course of the 2024 presidential election," says Rep. Jordan.

New Soil Testing in East Palestine, Ohio Finds Cancerous Agents Following Train Derailment

Purdue scientists and students studied over 300 samples in and around East Palestine, Ohio, this week finding cancerous agents never previously found.

Ohio Attorney General Files Civil Lawsuit Against Norfolk Southern Over Train Derailment

Ohio Attorney General has filed a civil lawsuit against Norfolk Southern over a train derailment that caused the release of over one million gallons of hazardous chemicals.

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