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Venezuelan Man Arrested for Sexual Abuse in Virginia, Sparks Immigration Concerns

A Virginia man accused of sexually abusing a teenage girl is identified as an illegal immigrant from Venezuela, who was granted "parole" into the...

CBS Returns Catherine Herridge’s Files

CBS News returned journalist Catherine Herridge's files and materials related to her reporting, according to a statement from the Screen Actors Guild‐American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA).

Virginia Lt. Gov. Misgenders Trans Senator, Democrats Revolt

Virginia's Democratic state senators walked out of a hearing after Lieutenant Governor Winsome Sears (R) responded "yes sir" to a female-identifying transgender senator.

The Impact of the 18th Amendment on the Constitution

The 18th Amendment to the United States Constitution, also known as the Prohibition Amendment, was a significant and controversial change to the nation's governing document.

Pro-Life Researchers Take Legal Action Against Journal After Abortion Studies Pulled: ‘Blatant Double Standards’

Pro-life researchers announced they are taking legal action against Sage Journals after the publisher pulled their abortion studies.

CBS Seizes Hunter Biden Research from Former Reporter

After reporter Catherine Herridge was laid off from CBS News, the network seized files about her research into Hunter Biden.

Venezuela Stops Taking Flights of Deported Illegal Immigrants

Venezuela has stopped accepting flights carrying illegal immigrants out of the United States.

Trump-Era Authority Ironically Eyed by Biden Administration to Confront Southern Border Challenges

President Biden is contemplating the use of a potent presidential authority, famous during the Trump era, to confront the surge of migrants arriving at...

Report Finds mRNA Can Spread Through Placenta

A peer-reviewed, pre-proof report to be published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology found that mRNA from COVID-19 vaccines can "spread systematically" to the placenta and umbilical cord.

Nation’s Oldest Gun Manufacturer Leaves New York for Georgia

The Remington gun factory located in New York’s Mohawk Valley is closing its doors and moving to Georgia after more than 200 years in the blue state.

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