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Democrats Pass Police Funding Bills 2 Years After Leading ‘Defund the Police’ Movement

House Democrats passed a package in support of more policing and public safety just two years after pioneering the liberal 'Defund the Police' movement.

Coast Guardsmen Denied Religious Exemptions From COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate Sue Biden Administration

Guardsmen denied religious exemptions to the Coast Guard’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate are suing the force, alleging the denials violate federal law.

Ron DeSantis Sends 2 Plane Loads of Illegal Immigrants to Martha’s Vineyard

Governors from Florida, Texas, and Arizona are sending immigrants to "sanctuary destinations."

White House Grapples to Avoid Nationwide Railroad Strike That Could Send Gas Prices Soaring, Hamstring Supply Chain

The White House is seeking to prevent a nationwide railroad strike that could worsen supply chain bottlenecks and increase gas prices.

Who Is Karoline Leavitt, the Gen Z Republican Nominee From New Hampshire?

Karoline Leavitt, the Republican nominee in New Hampshire's 1st Congressional District, would be among the youngest people ever elected to Congress if she is victorious in her race against Rep. Chris Pappas (D) in November.

Federal Judge Gives Fauci Three Weeks to Turn Over ‘Misinformation’ Emails

Fauci is forced to produce emails with social media platforms.

Rand Paul: ‘America Should Be Appalled’ at Fauci Covering His Tracks

Appearing on Fox News Wednesday, Senator Rand Paul slammed Anthony Fauci for taking the default position of trying to “cover up” his activities, including potentially encouraging social media companies to censor medical information.

Biden ‘Requested’ FBI Action Against Trump

Per Biden's request, NARA (National Archives and Record Administration) handed documents to the FBI.

Hillary Clinton Says She’ll Never Run for President Again

Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton answered speculations about a 2024 White House bid this week, saying she would never again run for president.

56% Say Biden’s ‘Extremism’ Speech Was Unacceptable

Fifty-six percent of general election voters view President Joe Biden’s speech, where he cast Republicans as “threats to the foundations of our republic,” as unacceptable, a Tuesday Trafalgar Group poll found.

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