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AIDS Conspiracies to Antisemitism: Inside Bin Laden's Deranged Letter Picking Up New Support Online
Democratic Senators Stress Need for US Assistance to Israel to Align with National Interests
Israel-Hamas War: Cease-Fire Expires, Offensive Resumes with Israeli Airstrikes
Rep. Rosendale Demands Answers from Mayorkas on CBP Document Instructing Agents to Use Preferred Pronouns
First on Fox: Rep. Matt Rosendale, R-Mont., is demanding answers by Dec. 8 from the U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security on an internal U.S Customs and Border Protection memo that mandates patrol agents must address 'members of the public' using their preferred pronouns.
Record-Breaking Surge in Migrant Encounters Puts Pressure on Biden Administration at US-Mexico Border
The Biden administration has privately informed lawmakers that the US is currently facing a staggering influx of illegal immigrants at the border. On average, 5,000 individuals are being released into the country each day, raising concerns about the administration's ability to manage the border crisis.
Washington Post Strikers Demand Accountability from Owner Jeff Bezos: Historic Walk-Out Unveils Dissatisfaction
This high-flying aircraft discovered China’s spy balloon. Now Biden’s Pentagon wants to kill it
The last time most, albeit older, Americans heard of the Lockheed U-2, Dragon Lady, was on May 1, 1960, when a USSR surface-to-air missile downed one piloted by Francis Gary Powers over the Soviet Union.
Army-Navy Game: Honoring the Values That Unite Us as One Nation
It’s one of the most iconic moments in American sports. At roughly 6:30 in the evening, Saturday, Dec. 9, on the field at Gillette Stadium, the players and cheerleaders participating in the annual Army-Navy football game will walk to the side of the losing team and together sing that academy’s alma mater or school song. Next, they will trudge across the field to the victor’s side to do the same thing.
Mounting Pressure on MIT and Harvard as UPenn President Resigns Over Controversial Testimony Regarding Anti-Semitism
Do you read me, HAL? Space agencies weigh pairing astronauts in deep space with AI companions
Pro-Israel advocates speak out against rising antisemitism: Feeling unsafe and taking a stand
family spent $600,000 renovating historic property
Family Spends $600,000 Renovating Historic Property, Only to Discover They Don't Own It
America's Truckers Rise Up Against Human Trafficking
Bob Bramwell, an experienced trucker, never believed he would encounter human trafficking in his local and seemingly innocent setting of small town America, especially when he began receiving training for just such incidents. His perception quickly shifted when, only fifty miles from his home, he found a young woman alone on a desolate rural road. Acting on his training, Bramwell was able to identify the signs of distress in the woman’s voice and appearance, prompting him to act.