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Trump signs deal with ESPN to become a sports commentator

Former President Donald Trump, who knows a lot about fighting -- within both the moderately polite confines of the boxing ring and the no-holds-barred world of politics -- will provide commentary for a boxing event taking place Saturday at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida, according to ESPN.

Scholars Blast Report Claiming LGBT Laws Don’t Threaten Christians

Some Christian academics have condemned a study in an American Psychological Association publication because its findings about legislation that was meant to protect the LGBT community from discrimination didn't mirror reality.

Afghan Refugees Not Tested for COVID Before Landing in US

Afghans are tested after arrival in the United States

Critical race theory permeates North Carolina schools, task force says

Critical race theory is more widespread across North Carolina schools than leaders had initially expected, according to a task force report .

Divinity Student Fought His ‘Anti-Racist’ Seminary—and Won

Forced school to 'acknowledge the difference between education and indoctrination'

Scientists Blast ‘Rash’ Push for Boosters, Citing ‘Weak Evidence’ to Support Third Shot

Scientists opposed to offering booster shots to all Americans said data provided by federal health officials wasn’t compelling enough to support the recommendation — some argued boosters could lead to more vaccine-resistant variants.

Wendy Rogers, Doug Mastriano, Teddy Daniels Demand Maricopa-Style 2020 Audit In Pennsylvania

"We're not just doing this for 2022, we need to find out what happened in 2020"

‘Dangerous Territory Ahead:’ What a Vaccine-Segregated Society Looks Like for Unvaxxed

The idea that COVID countermeasures might include forced vaccination and vaccine passports, resulting in a segregated society where only those participating in the vaccine experiment would have human rights, was once labeled a wild conspiracy theory — but we are now heading into that dangerous territory.

An early warning from New York

Manufacturing activity growth decelerated sharply in New York.

Georgia ballots rejected by machines were later altered by election workers to count

Records obtained by Just the News provide unprecedented glimpse into human adjudication of thousands of ballots, where marks for candidates like Trump were sometimes removed so ballots could count for Biden.

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