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Twitter Explodes After MSNBC’s Esther Choo Calls to Cancel Thanksgiving, Postpone Christmas

Prominent Twitter users erupted into a series of arguments after an MSNBC health columnist floated the idea of canceling Thanksgiving and moving winter holidays to prevent illness.

Growing Body of Evidence Shows ‘Social Influence’ Is Causing Teens to Undergo Sex Changes

The recent surge in transgender identification is caused in part by peer influence, a growing body of evidence suggests, and some transgender advocates are acknowledging this issue.

Strange New Organ Transplant Methods Raise Urgent Questions

If you or a loved one has needed an organ transplant, you know the problem firsthand: There are not enough organs for those who need them and there is a long waiting period.

Mayor Sued by City Residents For Her Refusal to Allow Residents to Speak During Council Meeting

Four residents of Eastpointe, Michigan, filed a federal lawsuit against the city's mayor and the city this week, claiming the mayor is abusing her power and trying to silence her critics

Cop27 in Egypt: Activists Hit Out at VIP Menu Featuring Beef, Chicken, Fish And Dairy Products

World leaders and delegates jetting into Egypt for the Cop27 climate conference will be able to dine out on £90 mushroom sauce covered beef medallions - and sip on fancy bottomless cocktails - while facing calls to cut down on meat consumption to save the planet.

Tennessee GOP Leaders Introduce Bill to Ban Gender Transition Surgeries, Treatments for Minors

This week, Tennessee Republicans introduced a bill that would ban transgender surgeries and treatments for minors.

The ‘Young Global Leaders’ of the World Economic Forum

The "Young Global Leaders" program trains individuals through a multi-year seminar to adopt a World Economic Forum worldview.

CHD Rutgers Lawsuit Moves Forward, as Rutgers Announces Trial With Pfizer on COVID Vaccines for Kids Under 5

The attorney representing Children’s Health Defense (CHD) and 13 Rutgers University students in a lawsuit challenging Rutgers’ COVID-19 vaccine mandate policy said the District Court of New Jersey didn’t follow the legal standard when it dismissed CHD’s case.

Christian Monastery Discovered in United Arab Emirates May Pre-Date Islam in the Region

The discovery of an ancient Christian monastery on an island in the United Arab Emirates purportedly might shine a light on the faith's early history before the rise of Islam in the region.

Biden Says He Was A Professor, But Didn’t Teach A Single Class For Nearly $1M Gig

President Biden told an audience in New Mexico Thursday that he was a professor after leaving the vice presidency, despite never properly assuming that role.

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