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COVID-19 Gain-of-Function Research Developed Through DARPA Grant

EcoHealth Alliance President Peter Daszak and researcher Ralph Baric's work on COVID-19 was connected to a DARPA grant, according to a newly released email.

More Than a Quarter of COVID Vaccine Recipients Have Heart Complications

A recent study published in the medical journal Cureus found that 27.11% of those who received COVID-19 mRNA vaccines in Saudi Arabia had "cardiac complications."

Moderna Developing More mRNA Vaccines

Moderna recently announced that it is developing more mRNA vaccines targeting Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), Varicella-zoster virus (VZV, chickenpox, and shingles), and Norovirus.

Scientists Warn Against COVID Vaccine-Tainted Blood Transfusions

A pre-print paper authored by Japanese researchers warned against using blood from recipients of the COVID-19 vaccine for transfusions.

CDC Releases Completely Redacted Myocarditis Report

Epoch Times reporter Zachary Stieber shared on social media that the CDC released a completely redacted report on the instances of myocarditis from COVID-19 vaccines.

Taylor Swift’s Impact: Voter Registrations Surge After Singer’s Call to Action

Pop sensation Taylor Swift's political influence has been closely monitored by observers, eagerly anticipating any indication of whether she will once again endorse President...

Mainstream Media Admits Failure of Electric Vehicles

CBNC admitted that the push toward electric vehicles (EVs) has failed.

Gov. Hochul Bans New York National Guard From Carrying Rifles in Subway Checks

New York Democrat Gov. Kathy Hochul has now banned the National Guard from carrying rifles while in the subway system conducting bag checks.

Republican AGs Raise Concerns Over FAA’s DEI Policies

Eleven Republican attorneys general sent a letter to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), highlighting the "misordered priorities" of the agency.

WHO Predicts Rise in Global Cancer Rates

The World Health Organization's (WHO) International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) said in a February 1 report that global cancer rates are expected to increase.

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