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Notre Dame Sells Tarot Cards and Witchcraft Guides

The nation’s flagship Catholic university is getting into the business of the occult.

Inflation-Proof Gun Sales Over 1 Million for 38 Straight Months

People may be cutting back on necessities due to a 40-year inflation high, but they are still investing in their safety.

Texas and Missouri AG’s Investigating Woke Business Practices at S&P Global Inc.

The AG's are investigating the corporation's Environmental, Social, and Governance ratings.

Report: Afghan Man, Brought to U.S. by Biden, Accused of Sexually Assaulting 12-Year-Old Boy

Shah Mahmood Selab, 35, was charged last week in federal court for alleged child sex crimes. An exclusive report by Fox News’s Adam Shaw...

British Government Feeding African Kids Worms, Locusts, Flies

The children are fed the bugs as part of an experiment on nutrition and the impact of insects.

He’s Still the One

Republican voters face a clear choice in the 2024 presidential cycle.

The Got-Away Crisis at Our Southern Border

Regardless of where you sit on the political and ideological spectrum, there is no denying the catastrophic crisis at our southern border.

Congress Secures First Hunter Biden Whistleblowers as Memos Unmask Lucrative Gas Deals With China

President Joe Biden boasts proudly today he is leading an "incredible transition" from fossil fuels, but just three years before he won the presidency his family worked to score billions of dollars in deals helping executives in communist China gain access to U.S. natural gas, oil and energy infrastructure, according to internal business memos and interviews with congressional investigators.

Home Sales Drop Nearly 20% Year-Over-Year as High Interest Rates Continue to Dampen Buying

U.S. home sales plummeted year-over-year last month, declining as well on a monthly basis in an ongoing indication of the cooling housing market amid rising interest rates.

Food Supply Stays Tight as Disappointing U.S. Harvest Adds to Global Challenges

A lackluster U.S. harvest this year is setting back efforts to relieve a global food supply that has been constrained by Russia’s war in Ukraine, agriculture-industry executives said.

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