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As the U.S. continues to experience an influx through its southern border, Rio Grande City Border Patrol Station (RGC) agents have recently encountered multiple large groups of migrants. U.S. Customs and Border Protection reported that earlier this week, authorities encountered a group consisting of 123 people, which included some individuals whom agents identified as unaccompanied
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A Tennessee man allegedly fell on his daughter and killed her after he overdosed on fentanyl, according to police. Lebanon police said they were called out to a Travel Inn on April 3 and found an unresponsive 4-month-old infant and 38-year-old Jesse Wayne Craddock, who was disoriented. Craddock and his daughter were transported by ambulance
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Twelve people died after record-breaking rainfall in China flooded railway tunnels and trapped commuters as waters rose everywhere, BBC News reported. What are the details? Videos showed evening commuters trying to keep their heads above rising water, the outlet said. Image source: YouTube screenshot The clip also showed floodwaters bursting through an entryway and onto
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The New York Times is suffering a pandemic of partisan vaccination politics. The latest shot came in Wednesday’s paper, with Jonathan Weisman and Sheryl Gay Stolberg reporting “G.O.P. Sees Virus Surge on Its Turf but Lets Vaccine Skepticism Spread.” The text box affixed blame: “Republicans lag in inoculations but put the blame on others.” But nowhere
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The drumbeat to vaccinate all children against COVID-19 is getting louder. The largest teachers’ union, the National Education Association (NEA), is debating insisting on full vaccination and testing before returning to in-person learning. An item the NEA’s agenda for the 2021annual meeting read: Now, a caucus within the most prominent teachers’ union in New York
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The United States women’s soccer team took a knee before its opening-round contest Wednesday against Sweden in the Tokyo Olympics, Yahoo Sports reported. Yet another woke protest from the dominant squad that’s become as widely known for its politics as for its skill on the field. Oops But Team USA went on to lose 3-0
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On the latest episode of “The Rubin Report,” BlazeTV host Dave Rubin discussed Republican Sen. Rand Paul’s clash with Dr. Anthony Fauci on Tuesday over the NIH’s role in funding the coronavirus research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China. As director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Dr. Fauci oversees
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Aaron Lewis’s new country song “Am I the Only One” quickly rose to the top of Billboard’s Hot Country Songs list because of its pro-American lyrics and strong criticism at the left. The song’s popularity angered a lot of cry-baby leftists and they are now targeting the founder of Big Machine Label group for promoting
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I can remember as a kid watching the Olympics. It was quite an experience to watch world-class athletes competing against each other, doing things even back then I knew I’d never have the ability or talent to do. But now it just feels like the Olympics have become a soapbox for players to make political
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National security police in Hong Kong have arrested a former senior editor and two other employees of the Apple Daily, the now-defunct pro-democracy newspaper that was raided by authorities and forced to close last month. Former executive editor-in-chief Lam Man-chung was detained by authorities Wednesday under suspicion of “collusion with foreign forces” under the territory’s
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Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) is imploring unvaccinated Americans to get the COVID-19 shot or risk repeating last year’s shutdown. What are the details? On Tuesday, the Associated Press reported that McConnell urged Americans to ignore what he said was “demonstrably bad advice” from pundits and proponents of an anti-vaccine agenda. During his weekly
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Former President Donald Trump issued a statement on Tuesday saying that he will meet with some of GOP Rep. Liz Cheney’s primary challengers next week. Trump, who has his sights set on ousting the incumbent Republican from office, plans to endorse one Cheney’s competitors in the coming months. “Paying close attention to the Wyoming House
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The Louisiana state senate has voted to override Gov. John Bel Edwards’ veto of legislation that would block biological males from competing on school and college sports teams designated for females. The legislation‘s prohibition targets school athletics that involve state funding. The Associated Press reported that the state senate’s 26-12 veto override vote fell strictly
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Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota and multiple other Democratic legislators are urging Secretary of State Antony Blinken to establish a special envoy to combat Islamophobia. “As part of our commitment to international religious freedom and human rights, we must recognize Islamophobia as a pattern that is repeating in nearly every corner of the globe,” the
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The State of California Third District Court of Appeals ruled that a state law requiring the use of preferred pronouns by nursing home workers violated their free speech rights. The court struck down the pro-transgender regulation on Friday in a unanimous 3-0 decision. The provision was a part of the LGBTQ Long-Term Care Facility Residents’
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