Charges Dropped Against Women Arrested for Praying Outside Abortion Clinics

British police dropped charges against Isabel Vaughan-Spruce, who was arrested twice for silently praying outside abortion clinics.

Neuralink Launches First Human Clinical Trial Brain-Computer Interface Study

Neuralink has received the green light to initiate recruitment for its inaugural human clinical trial, dubbed the PRIME Study (Precise Robotically Implanted Brain-Computer Interface).

Evidence of Biden Family’s Alleged Influence Peddling Schemes Unveiled by House Oversight Committee

The report is a comprehensive pollution of Joe Biden's alleged ties with foreign entities, primarily through his son, Hunter Biden.

Speaker McCarthy Announces Biden Impeachment Inquiry (Video)

Impeachment is "logical next step."

Senator Ron Johnson Pressures FDA for ‘Hiding’ COVID-19 Vaccine Safety Data

“FDA’s intentional withholding of information relating to the safety of the COVID-19 vaccines is outrageous and shows a complete disregard for the health and safety of the American people," says Wisconsin senator.

House GOP to Issue Subpoenas to Biden Family Amid Probe

Originally published August 10, 2023 2:00 pm PDT The Chairman of the House Oversight and Accountability Committee, Rep. James Comer (R-KY), disclosed plans to issue...

First New U.S. Nuclear Power Plant in 30 Years Goes Online

In a major milestone for clean energy, Georgia Power has announced that Plant Vogtle Unit 3 has begun commercial operation, serving the state of Georgia with reliable, emission-free energy.

Trump Holds 56% of Republican Voters, 39 Points Ahead of DeSantis: Morning Consult Poll

"The bulk of the GOP's electorate (56%) would back Trump if the primary or caucus were held in their state today."

The Preamble to the U.S. Constitution

In the Constitution's Preamble, the phrase "We the people of the United States" initiates the reader into a political landscape where power derives from the public.

New Study Confirms COVID-19 Vaccine Injuries Are Underreported

Under-reporting of injuries following vaccination "should be considered when delivering information to the community and in public health decision-making," the study authors write.

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