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Former CBS Reporter Catherine Herridge Testifies Against Network, Alleges Seizure of Reporting Files

Catherine Herridge, the renowned investigative journalist formerly of CBS News, made explosive accusations against her former network during a House Judiciary Committee hearing on...

Arizona Supreme Court Upholds 160-Year-Old Abortion Ban

In a 4-2 decision, the Arizona Supreme Court upheld a 160-year-old abortion ban, reversing an appeals court ruling.

Kennedy Jr.: Biden Poses ‘Worse Threat’ to Democracy Than Trump, Alleges Federal Agency Censorship

In a recent appearance on CNN, independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. asserted that President Joe Biden posed a greater threat to democracy than...

Sacramento Passes Resolution to Become Sanctuary City for Transgender People

California's Sacramento City Council voted unanimously to pass a resolution making the city a “sanctuary city for transgender people.”

California Police Photoshop LEGO Heads to Cover Suspect Identities

California's Murrieta Police Department (MPD) uses photoshopped LEGO heads to protect suspect identities in social media posts.

Michigan Hospital Pays Settlement to Job Applicant Refusing Flu Vaccine

Trinity Health Grand Rapids, a Michigan hospital, agreed to settle a lawsuit after denying a job applicant's religious exemption from the flu vaccine.

Biden Admin Provides $2 Million to Organization Targeting HIV Among ‘Racially Diverse Trans Women’

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is spending millions of dollars to address HIV among "racially diverse trans women."

CBS News President to Receive Free Speech Award After Network Seized Reporter’s Files

CBS News President Ingrid Ciprian-Matthews will receive a First Amendment Award from the Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA).

CBS Returns Catherine Herridge’s Files

CBS News returned journalist Catherine Herridge's files and materials related to her reporting, according to a statement from the Screen Actors Guild‐American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA).

House Report Reveals Biden Administration’s Efforts to Conceal Spending on Misinformation Research

President Joe Biden's administration reportedly considered hiding its expenditure on research aimed at countering online "misinformation" following revelations by the Daily Caller News Foundation,...

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