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The senators said Americans were disturbed to learn that agents weaponized surveillance powers for political purposes, and should see the whole investigation.
DeSantis’ office said Biden should be exercising better leadership amid the Taliban taking over Afghanistan, rather than intervening in Florida affairs.
A staffer for former Georgia Democrat gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams retweeted a post that compared the United States government to the Taliban.
In a legendary moment uncovered by the New York Post’s Page Six, ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ star Larry David went after celebrity attorney Alan Dershowitz in Martha’s Vineyard.
“We have no choice but to cut the WiFi from all students who do not get the vaccine so we can protect the university from further infection,” administrators said.
Quinnipiac University announced they will restrict WiFi access for any students who are unvaccinated on campus this fall.
Pelosi may have failed in her efforts to impeach Trump the first time, and then again after he left office, but this time is different. Trump is responsible for Afghanistan.
Surveillance footage obtained by the New York Post shows a masked man walking into a bank in Manhattan and attacking a customer with a hatchet.
Former President Donald Trump rebuked Joe Biden Monday after the current president tried to shift blame for the crisis his administration caused in Afghanistan.
While Pressley has called for allowing people to stop paying their rent, her financial disclosure indicates the congresswoman has made thousands of dollars from being a landlord.
Domenech discussed the unfolding crisis in Afghanistan with Gallagher, Logan, and Heinrichs in a Fox News podcast Monday afternoon.
Tennessee’s former top vaccine official was caught by the government ordering a dog muzzle to her office and claiming it was sent as a threat.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection is making a record number of arrests at the border, including criminals, pedophiles, rapists, murderers, and suspected terrorists.
The first poll released following the collapse of Kabul indicates a majority of people disapprove of Biden’s handling of the Afghanistan troops withdrawal.
Michael Moore took to Twitter to express his excitement after data from the United States Census Bureau revealed a decline in the number of white people.
U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy claimed Sunday while discussing COVID-19 that Americans ‘don’t have the right’ to ‘irresponsibly spread misinformation.’
College Board included a section in its current Advanced Placement U.S. government practice test that requires students to condemn voter ID laws as racially biased.
Uber canceled its offer to Jay Cutler to participate in an advertisement due to the former QB’s failure to walk the PC line on COVID-19 masking.
Children as young as 4 years old in Scotland will be permitted to identify as the opposite sex and alter their names, new government guidance affirms.
David Chipman failed to disclose to the Senate Judiciary Committee several objectionable interviews and events he has participated in since 2012.
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