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U.S. Judge Rules Arizona’s Voting Law Requiring Proof of Citizenship is Not Discriminatory

A federal judge has ruled that legislators behind the new Arizona law requiring counties to verify the status of registered voters does not discriminate.

Social Media Platform X Censors ‘Misgendering’

Social media platform X, formerly Twitter, reinstated policies that censor posts "misgendering" individuals.

Sen. Tom Cotton Leads Senators in Letter to Biden: ‘Undermining Israeli Operations’

Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) led four other GOP senators in a letter condemning President Joe Biden for “undermining Israeli operations against Hamas in Gaza.”

CDC Removes Five-Day Isolation Period From COVID Guidelines

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has announced in a statement that they do not recommend isolating for five days after testing positive for COVID-19.

New Study Finds Higher Mortality Rate in Vaccinated Patients Hospitalized for COVID

A new study found that vaccinated patients had a significantly higher risk of mortality among hospitalized patients with COVID-19.

University of Houston Cancels Opening Ceremony of Satanic, Pro-Abortion Statue

The University of Houston canceled an event honoring a statue that has been described as a satanic display of pro-abortion ideology.

CVS, Walgreens Offering Abortion Pills

Pharmacy chains CVS and Walgreens are offering mifepristone to customers in 6 Democratic states.

Canadian Bill Reportedly Criminalizes Christianity

A piece of Canadian legislation, Bill C-367, will reportedly criminalize Christianity by considering some biblical prayers and passages "hate speech."

White House Calls Illegal Immigrants ‘Newcomers’

The White House called illegal immigrants "newcomers" in a new brief.

New York AG Letitia James Sues Beef Producer Over Climate Change

New York Attorney General Letitia James filed a lawsuit against meat producer JBS USA Food Company.

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