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Doctor Apologizes for Pushing COVID Vaccines

A Malaysian doctor shared an apology on social media after he pushed the COVID-19 vaccines.

Israel Reportedly Launches Strike Against Iran

Explosions were reported near Isfahan, Iran, a site of the country's nuclear program.

Senator Claims DHS Confirmed Illegal Parole for Alleged Murderer of Nursing Student

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., took to social media to assert that the Department of Homeland Security confirmed to him that the alleged murderer of...

Boeing Engineer Tells Senate He Was ‘Ignored’ by Company, Received ‘Physical Threats’

Boeing engineer Sam Salehpour warned Senate members that hundreds of passengers' lives are at stake if Boeing continues to have quality and safety issues.

LA Mayor Asks Wealthy Residents to Help Buy Housing For the Homeless

Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass pleaded with "the most fortunate" to help fund housing for the homeless as part of a new strategy to tackle the crisis during her State of the City address this week.

Republican Attorneys General Allege Bank of America Discriminates Against Religious Customers

Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach and 14 other Republican attorneys general have sent a letter to Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan, alleging that the company is "de-banking" religious and conservative customers.

White House Advisor John Kirby Blames Trump After Iranian Attack Against Israel

White House National Security Communications Advisor John Kirby defended President Biden's record on Iran during an interview over the weekend, despite the fact that they attacked Israel in direct defiance of Biden’s warning.

Denver to Cut Funds From City Agencies to Control Migrant Influx

Denver Mayor Mike Johnston is planning to cut $45 million from city agencies including the police to help fund a program to deal with a recent increase in migrants.

Harvard Reinstates Standardized Testing

Harvard College announced that it will reinstate its standardized testing requirement for admissions starting next year.

Biden Admin Provides Millions of Dollars in Grants for Illegal Immigrants

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced that it is providing $300 million in grants through the Shelter and Services Program (SSP) to "support communities that are providing services to migrants," according to a press release.

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