Former CNN anchor John Avlon has announced that he is running for Congress.
A resolution at the United Nations (U.N.) urging for a ceasefire in Gaza has been vetoed by the U.S., an expected move that shows American dissatisfaction with the war due to the fact that Hamas has still not returned the… Read More »U.S. Vetoes UN Resolution Calling For Gaza Ceasefire
The United States has told the World Court that it cannot order the immediate withdrawal of Israeli troops from parts of Gaza and the West Bank without considering Israel’s security needs.
South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem has announced she will be deploying her state National Guard to the southern border later this spring to combat the migrant crisis.
The Biden administration has announced they are canceling another $1.2 billion in student loan debt for over 150,000 borrowers, six months ahead of schedule.
According to a source close to the president, specifically a senior White House staffer, next month’s State of the Union address that U.S. President Joe Biden is considering making will highlight the “bold move” of him signing an “executive order… Read More »Biden’s New Border Plan Exemplifies The Dishonesty Of His Previous ‘I Can’t Do Anything’ Claim
The Alabama Supreme Court declared that legislation pertaining to the wrongful death of a minor “applies to all unborn children, regardless of their location” and concluded that frozen embryos are “children” under state law.
Massachusetts: Girls High School Sports Team Forfeits After 6-Foot Male Identifying As Female Injures 3 Players
After competing against a 6-foot male opponent on the other team who identified as a female, three female high school basketball players suffered serious injuries.
Billionaire Elon Musk has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize by Norwegian lawmaker Marius Nilsen, who cited Musk’s efforts in championing free speech.
Two adults have finally been charged in the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade shooting.