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Al-Qaeda Celebrates Campus Protests

The terrorist group al-Qaeda celebrated anti-Israel protests occurring on U.S. college campuses.

Nearly 80 Percent of Americans Consider Fast Food a ‘Luxury Item’ Under Biden Presidency

Nearly 80 percent of Americans now consider fast food to be a “luxury item” under the Biden administration.

Former CIA Agent Pleads Guilty to Spying for China

A former CIA agent has pleaded guilty to spying for China for over a decade.

Congressional Committee Accuses Former Fauci Advisor of ‘Illegal Activity’

The House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic Republican Staff accused former National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Director Anthony Fauci's senior advisor David Morens of criminal activity.

Israel Returns AP Equipment After International Outcry

Israel has returned broadcasting equipment belonging to the Associated Press (AP) after seizing it and shutting down the news agency's live feed in Gaza....

Popular American Seafood Chain Red Lobster Files for Bankruptcy

America's popular Seafood chain "Red Lobster" reportedly filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection over the weekend.

Hundreds of Yale Graduates Stage Walkout During Graduation Ceremony

Hundreds of Yale graduates staged a walkout from the university's graduation ceremony on Monday, waving Palestinian flags and banners demanding that the college "disclose...

Hospitals Refusing Gender Transition Surgeries May Lose Federal Funding

Biden's Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Xavier Becerra declared during a House Education and Workforce Committee hearing that hospitals refusing to provide sex-change surgeries for children may lose federal funding.

Biden to Announce Major Border Policy Amid Political and Legal Challenges

President Joe Biden is expected to announce a significant border control policy in June, according to advocates and Hill aides. White House and Department...

TikTok Users Sue U.S. Government, Cite Free Speech

TikTok content creators have filed a lawsuit against the U.S. government, alleging the possible ban of the social media platform infringes upon the First Amendment.

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