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  • by Ryan Saavedra
    Assistant U.S. Attorney Lesley Wolf blocked federal agents from including then Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden in their investigation into whether his son, Hunter Biden, violated the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA). The revelation was contained in a new, lengthy report from the House Ways and Means Committee’s investigation of the government’s handling of the […]
  • by Brandon Drey
    Tens of thousands of U.S. State Department emails were stolen by a group of China-based hackers who breached Microsoft’s email platform earlier this year, according to a Senate staffer. The anonymous staffer, who works for Sen. Eric Schmitt (R-MO), told Reuters that State Department IT officials briefed the U.S. lawmakers on Wednesday that 60,000 emails […]
  • by Ryan Saavedra
    Alabama State Rep. John Rogers (D) — who previously gained national attention over controversial remarks that he made about abortion — has been indicted on federal obstruction of justice, according to prosecutors. Rogers was indicted by a federal grand jury on two counts of obstruction of justice in case that centers around an alleged scheme […]
  • by Ryan Saavedra
    Federal law enforcement officials have launched a second investigation related to Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ) being indicted last week on federal corruption charges. NBC News reported that the FBI has now launched a counterintelligence investigation in addition to the criminal case against Menendez to ascertain whether Egypt’s intelligence services were involved in the alleged bribery […]
  • by Daily Wire
    Daily Wire Editor Emeritus Ben Shapiro announced he will co-host an X Space, interviewing Tesla and X owner Elon Musk on Thursday at noon EST. The announcement comes on the heels of Musk’s clash with the leftist Anti-Defamation League (ADL).  I’ll be talking with @elonmusk, along with my co-host @arilamm and a panel of esteemed […]
  • by Brandon Drey
    Pro-gun owner groups immediately served a lawsuit to California officials after Democrat Gov. Gavin Newsom signed nearly two dozen anti-gun laws on Tuesday — which were designed to control concealed-carry rules and impose a new tax on firearm and ammunition sales. “This is just the latest assault on our rights in California,” Erich Pratt, senior […]
  • by Katie Jerkovich
    Angelina Jolie opened up about how having children “saved” her from being pulled into what she called “darker” places amid her very public divorce from actor Brad Pitt and the custody battle that ensued for years afterward. During the 48-year-old actress’ interview for Vogue’s digital cover story, the “Eternals” star and mom of six said […]
  • by Spencer Lindquist
    The super PAC backing Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is taking aim at Vivek Ramaswamy just hours before the pair are set to meet on the debate stage with a video of him lifting campaign rhetoric from former President Barack Obama. The video from Never Back Down begins with Ramaswamy saying he was “leaning into” the […]
  • by Virginia Kruta
    Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) fired off a letter on Wednesday to Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, voicing concerns about her “prosecutorial conduct” and how it appeared to be an exercise in “advancing a political cause and her own notoriety.” The House Judiciary Committee, which Jordan chairs, shared a copy of the letter via X, […]
  • by Daniel Chaitin
    A Tampa man identified as a former federal prosecutor is a suspect in a Florida road rage stabbing incident that took place on Tuesday morning. Authorities arrested Patrick Douglas Scruggs, 38, on charges of aggravated battery, aggravated assault and armed burglary, according to the Tampa Bay Times. Records show he was released from jail after […]
  • by Mairead Elordi
    The bishop of the Catholic diocese in Cleveland, Ohio, faced harsh criticism from the city’s Democratic mayor and even some Catholics this month for his new policy on LGBT students. Bishop Edward Malesic announced the new policy late last month. The policy applies to students at 79 elementary schools and five high schools in the […]
  • by Leif Le Mahieu
    A federal judge on Tuesday blocked the implementation of a Texas law banning “sexually oriented” performances in front of minors.  Judge David Hittner of the Southern District of Texas said that the law violated the First Amendment and chilled free speech in the state. The ruling blocks a law signed by Republican Governor Greg Abbott […]
  • by Ben Shapiro
    You remember Ibram X. Kendi.  He’s a genius. How do I know he’s a genius? He’s such a genius that he actually won a MacArthur “genius grant” in 2021. The grant was a $625,000 no-strings-attached fellowship honoring his “exceptional creativity, scholarly achievements, gift for communicating his antiracist work and ideas with diverse audiences.” Boston University […]
  • by Zach Jewell
    A Christian family of nine who fled persecution in Germany and moved to the United States in 2008 was stunned when immigration agents told it to prepare for deportation after 15 years of life in America, but the remains hopeful that “God will make a way” for them to remain in the country they have […]
  • by Candace Owens
    Since releasing my docuseries “Convicting a Murderer,” one question I have been asked is, when did I become interested in true crime? While I have always liked true crime stories, this docuseries is about more than just crime. It’s about why society turns villains into heroes, how the media manipulates stories, and how lies become […]
  • by Virginia Kruta
    U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said Wednesday that cars were “going electric” whether the people were ready to go along with them or not. Buttigieg made the comments during a CNN appearance — in response to a question about President Joe Biden’s visit to speak with striking auto workers on the United Auto Workers (UAW) […]
  • by Katie Jerkovich
    Britney Spears said people need to “lighten up about the knives” after she posted a video of her dancing around while holding two large butcher knives, which sparked concern from some fans about her mental stability. In a video on Tuesday on Instagram, the 41-year-old pop star wrote that people should “Lighten up about the […]
  • by Tim Pearce
    The Republican Party has the largest edge ever over Democrats with voters on the economy, according to a new poll. An NBC News survey released Tuesday shows the GOP with a 21-point lead over the Democratic Party when it comes to who Americans trust more to handle the financial system. The difference is the largest […]
  • by Daniel Chaitin
    The White House sought to explain away a new finding in a House investigation into the Biden family’s finances, prompting blowback by critics who found glaring problems with the reasoning. The House Oversight Committee announced on Tuesday that Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, received $260,000 from wires originating from Chinese nationals with […]
  • by Katie Jerkovich
    Kansas City Chiefs star Travis Kelce finally broke his silence about Taylor Swift’s appearance at his game on Sunday, which has Swift fans and sports broadcasters alike speculating on whether the two are dating. During the NFL star’s weekly podcast with Philadelphia Eagles center and brother Jason Kelce, “New Heights With Jason and Travis Kelce,” […]