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UK Bans New Chinese Security Cameras on Sensitive Government Estates Over Security Concerns

The UK’s government departments has been told to stop installing surveillance cameras made by Chinese companies and advised to replace existing ones, a Cabinet minister said on Thursday.

Moms for Liberty-Backed School Board Bans Critical Race Theory

The more conservative members also banned critical race theory from the schools.

Social Media Platforms Have No Plans to Lift Bans on Trump’s Accounts Despite Third White House Bid

Facebook officials said Wednesday that the social media platform has no plans to reinstate the account of former President Donald Trump, despite announcing his bid earlier this week for a second term in the White House in 2024.

Brazilian Supreme Court Freezes Funds of Protest Supporters

More than 3 million Brazilians filled the streets this week to protest the presidential election.

Darrell Brooks Receives Life in Prison for Killing 6 Victims in Waukesha Christmas Parade Massacre

Darrell Brooks, 40, received six consecutive life sentences without the possibility of parole on Wednesday for driving an SUV through a crowd at the Waukesha, Wisconsin, Christmas parade last year, killing six victims and injuring 61 others.

President Trump Reminds GOP Naysayers He’s Got the Biggest Voting Base

"I got 1.1 Million more votes in Florida than Ron D got this year, 5.7 Million to 4.6 Million," Trump posted on Truth Social.

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.

U.S. State Sues ‘Forever Chemicals’ Manufacturers

The state of California has sued 18 chemical manufacturers for deliberately endangering the public and the planet.

NPR Airs ‘Demented,’ Sickening Recording of Woman Having Abortion

NPR has been condemned for releasing an audio recording of a woman having an abortion.

Georgia Citizens Will Now be Able to Sue Election Officials

The Supreme Court of Georgia made the ruling on Tuesday which followed the state code for legal standing, as opposed to the federal code.

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