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A group of Orange County, California high school athletes sued Governor Gavin Newsom this week to reopen indoor high school sports programs. This lawsuit is the first lawsuit of many planned in Santa Clara, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Riverside, San Bernardino, and other counties that will be rolled out over the next few weeks in
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Outgoing Washington Post executive editor Martin Baron claimed the Post has no “ideological attachment” to the Democrats. But the front of Tuesday’s Style section had a splashy article headlined “The cachet of having Jill Biden as a customer.” The paper that now touts merchants getting thrills up their leg for a Jill Biden visit is the
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83. That’s the number of U.S. and other foreign firms a new study links to China’s forced Uighur labor camps. Forbes has the details. The 83 foreign and Chinese companies that ASPI has identified as directly or indirectly benefiting from the potentially abusive transfer programs for Uighurs include clothing brands such as Adidas, Gap, Tommy
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One guy sure picked the wrong house to break into last week — and he didn’t stop at just one. What are the details? Bart Anthony Coniglio forcibly entered a family member’s home in Wilmington just before 1 p.m. last Wednesday, WECT-TV reported, citing the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation. A female who made
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On Friday, Colorado Senate President Pro Tempore Kerry Donovan, who is also running to unseat U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.), filed S.B. 21-132, a bill to regulate “digital communications.” The bill would create two regulatory agencies to monitor Big Tech companies and penalize them for allowing a person to engage in “unfair or discriminatory digital
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President Joe Biden appears to have erased Dr. Seuss from the White House’s annual “Read Across America Day” proclamation. “Read Across America Day” takes place annually on or near March 2, which is the legendary author’s birthday. The annual day has long been synonymous with Seuss’ beloved books. What are the details? In Tuesday’s proclamation,
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Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) has found herself in hot water after her administration agreed to pay former state Health Department Director Robert Gordon more than $150,000 in taxpayer money after he abruptly resigned his position in January. The deal, which was first reported by the Detroit News, was made with the requirement that it
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**WARNING: SPOILERS** On Wednesday, February 24, Netflix premiered Ginny & Georgia, a series about a single mom and her children who settle into a bucolic New England town. Imagine Gilmore Girls, except the pretty, young single mother, Georgia (Brianne Howey), is a murderous, thieving liar who destroys the lives of those around her. Georgia believes
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In the wake of the Capitol riot, the House Committee on Financial Services — chaired by none other than Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) — held a hearing entitled “Dollars Against Democracy: Domestic Terrorist Financing in the Aftermath of Insurrection.” Who should testify at such a hearing? Democrats invited none other than the scandal-plagued far-left smear
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Former CIA director turned MSNBC intelligence analyst John Brennan told the outlet’s audience Monday that he is “increasingly embarrassed to be a white male,” in reaction to investigations surrounding the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. What are the details? Brennan made the declaration during MSNBC’s “Deadline White House,” after former Democratic Sen. Claire
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CNN anchor Chris Cuomo addressed the sexual harassment claims against Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D), his brother, in a short statement on his show after more accusations surfaced. Cuomo acknowledged that CNN would have to cover the story but that he could not because of his conflict of interest. “Before we start tonight, let me say
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CNN’s Chris “Fredo” Cuomo kicked off Monday’s Prime Time by finally addressing his brother, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s (D) multiple sexual harassment allegations, just in time for a third young woman to accuse him of unwanted sexual advances. The announcement? That he’s not going to be covering any of the allegations against him. Two weeks
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The American Conservative Union (ACU), the organization behind the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), is “seriously considering all options,” ACU President Matt Schlapp told PJ Media on Monday after ACU’s general counsel sent a letter to Hyatt protesting the company’s decision to breathe new life into a conspiracy theory regarding the CPAC stage. Leftist detractors
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Popular streaming platform Twitch apologized after a wave of online outrage from transgender activists and their allies over their use of the term “womxn.” “While we originally wanted to use a word that acknowledges the shortcoming of gender-binary language, after hearing directly from you, including members of the LGBTQIA+ community on Twitch, we will be
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A group of moms calling themselves “Guerilla Momz” have released a video of Matt Meyer, Berkeley Federation of Teachers President, taking his own child to in-person private school while public school kids in his district sit at home. Parents are fed up with teachers’ unions refusing to open schools and now they’re doing something about
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Monday’s White House press briefing provided a list of noteworthy moments as Press Secretary Jen Psaki was joined by DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, including a number of questions on scandal-plagued Governor Andrew Cuomo (D-NY). While Psaki continued to largely deflect, she had help as an Associated Press reporter wondered if Cuomo should resign to avoid
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