Climate protesters swarm White House, vandalize Jackson statue, warn Biden

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Left-wing climate protesters hit the D.C. streets Monday, vandalizing a statue of former President Andrew Jackson and swarming the White House while warning...

Hero Monday: Army Cpl. Mitchell Red Cloud Jr.

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Army Cpl. Mitchell Red Cloud Jr. survived World War II as a Marine in the Pacific. After the war ended, he was...

Anti-COVID Pill: Merck Seeks FDA Emergency Approval for Coronavirus Pill

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Molnupiravir, an experimental coronavirus treatment pill developed by Merck & Co Inc and Ridgeback Biotherapeutics LP, May 17, 2021 (Merck & Co Inc/Handout via...

California requires menstrual products in public schools

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California public schools and colleges must stock their restrooms with free menstrual products under a bill signed Friday by...

McAuliffe: Critical Race Theory Controversies Are ‘Made Up’ by GOP to ‘Divide People’

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Terry McAuliffe campaigns in Arlington, Va., July 23, 2021. (Evelyn Hockstein/Reuters) Former Virginia governor and current Democratic gubernatorial nominee Terry McAuliffe claimed that controversies over...

Rand Paul Slams National Debt Crisis, Inflation, and Socialism in Memorable Senate Speech

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Most of the politicians in Washington, DC are focused on a push to spend trillions of more taxpayer dollars on President Biden’s...

Trump rallies in Iowa as he eyes 2022 and 2024

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DES MOINES, IOWA - Former President Trump took aim at the massive spending bill that President Biden and congressional Democrats are trying to...

A Fundamental Millstone: Climate Policy and the Energy Crunch

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Power lines near Ulm, Germany, in 2006. (Alexandra Beier/Reuters) The week of October 4: a higher debt ceiling, higher energy prices, spending, American banking with...

Veteran NYPD officer chases down teenage phone thief: ‘You guys are f—ing fast’

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A New York City teenager accused of stealing a phone from an unsuspecting subway rider realized the hard way that he wasn’t fast...

Two Corporate Exec Parents Found Guilty In First College Admissions Scandal Trial

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Two corporate executive parents whose children attend prestigious universities were found guilty in federal court Friday for bribing...