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House Vote Spares AG Garland from Contempt Charge Over Biden Tapes

An inherent contempt resolution was avoided by U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland after four Republicans banded together with Democrats to oppose the initiative. By a...

U.S. Lost Trillions of Dollars in COVID Economic Damages

A report from the Heritage Foundation's Nonpartisan Commission on China and COVID-19 revealed that the pandemic and related policies led to the United States having $18 trillion in economic losses.

Moscow Accused of War Crime After Missile Hits Ukrainian Children’s Hospital

Moscow is accused of committing a war crime after firing a large missile strike on a children's hospital during a military invasion of Ukraine. Following...

California Lost $24 Billion in Former Residents’ Incomes

The number of residents leaving California has led to the state losing $24 billion in personal incomes between 2021 and 2022, according to IRS data.

200 Children Rescued in Nationwide Effort

The Department of Justice (DOJ) announced that 200 missing children were found and rescued in a nationwide effort by the U.S. Marshals Service (USMS).

Biden’s Afghanistan Omission During Debates Devastates Gold Star Mom

A Gold Star mother expressed her disgust and lack of surprise at President Biden's claim that no U.S. troops died under his watch.

California Implements Sweeping Changes with New Laws on Guns, Fees, and School Supplies

Certain laws in California are effective as of July 1. These new rules tax weapons and ammunition, mandate that bars provide date-rape drug test kits...

Independence Day – American Minute with Bill Federer

President Ronald Reagan declared May 9, 1983: "The Founding Fathers understood that only by MAKING GOVERNMENT THE SERVANT, not the master, only by positing SOVEREIGNTY in THE...

California Approves Budget with Spending Cuts and Temporary Tax Hikes to Address $46.8 Billion Shortfall

In response to an anticipated $46.8 billion budget shortfall, California lawmakers approved a budget on Wednesday that reduces spending and temporarily raises taxes on...

Law Enforcement Given Americans’ Mail Information Without Court Approval

The United States Postal Service (USPS) shared Americans' mailing information with law enforcement without appropriate court approval.

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