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FBI’s New App Stores Photos and Personal Information on Children

The app allows you to email the data to law enforcement in a few clicks.

Child Orphaned in Highland Park Shooting Receives $2 Million in Donations

Fundraiser set up by concerned citizen who heard the child's story.

Red States Lead the Way in Post-Pandemic Economic Recovery

Red states have added nearly 350,000 jobs since February 2020—blue states still down 1.3 million jobs.

NPR Cancels Reading Declaration of Independence for 4th of July

The taxpayer-funded station broke a 30+ year tradition.

Dutch Farmers Block Roads in Protest of New Climate Mandates

Dutch Farmers set up tractor blockades in protest of government mandates reducing emissions this past week. QUICK FACTS: Over 40,000 farmers have taken to the streets...

US-Mexico Border Is World’s ‘Deadliest’ Land Crossing: UN Study

The U.S.-Mexico border has become the world’s “deadliest” land crossing, according to data recently brought to light by a United Nations study.

New Disney Series ‘Baymax!’ Highlights Transgender Man Buying Tampons and ‘All Gender Bathroom’ in Middle School

The characters from Disney’s animated blockbuster film “Big Hero 6” star in a new limited series titled “Baymax!”, which was released Wednesday, June 29, on Disney+.

Gay Spider-Man to Be Introduced by Disney-Owned Marvel Comics This September

Web-Weaver is the first gay Spider-Man to be introduced by Marvel and will make his debut in an upcoming comic edition of Edge of Spider-Verse.

Pfizer Plans to Profit From COVID for Years to Come

Pfizer has already profited billions of dollars from the COVID-19 pandemic, and it plans to do so for years to come via annual vaccinations and sales of its antiviral pill Paxlovid.

County Officials in Texas to Declare Border Crisis an ‘Invasion’

County officials in Texas are set to declare an invasion at the southern border Monday afternoon, Kinney County Spokesman Matt Benacci told The Daily Caller News Foundation.

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