Arizona's Supreme Court Backs Abortion Ban with Prison Sentences, Alerting Physicians to 1864 Law
Arizona’s Supreme Court deems a 160-year-old law restricting abortions enforceable. Ruling halts execution for 14 days for lower court review on constitutionality. ... Read More.
Soros and Open Society Foundations Are Shaping Radio's Future For Democrats
Discover how George Soros believes being present in your ears benefits business and politics. The Open Society Foundations’ recent control of Soros Fund Management has elevated its role in radio, the o ... Read More.
Fact Check: Voter ID Claims in Texas, Pennsylvania, and Arizona Debunked by Texas's Secretary of State
Online claims say that the number of people registered to vote without a picture ID is rising in Texas, Pennsylvania, and Arizona because of illegal immigrants. But Texas’s secretary of state has denie ... Read More.
Former President Trump's Lawyers Sue Judge Ahead of Hush Money Case Trial
According to court records, lawyers for former President Donald Trump sued the judge in charge of his criminal hush money case on Monday, just one week before the trial was set to start. ... Read More.
Vatican Warns Against Gender-Affirming Surgery and Surrogacy: A Threat to Human Dignity
The Vatican deems gender-affirming surgery and surrogacy as grave threats to human dignity, equating them to abortion and suicide in opposition to God’s plan for life. Pope Francis recently signed a 20 ... Read More.
NYC Settles Hijab Lawsuit: $17.5M Compensation for Women Forced to Remove Headscarves
New York City settles lawsuit with women forced to remove hijabs for mug shots. City to pay $17.5 million to affected individuals in class action case, offering payments between $7,000 and $13,000. ... Read More.
US Company Halts Egg Production Due to Bird Flu Outbreak in Texas
A US egg company halted operations at a Texas plant due to H5N1 bird flu. Cal-Maine Foods culled 1.6M egg-laying hens and 337K young hens (3.6% of total) after detecting the virus. ... Watch Now.
Federal Court Rejects Hunter Biden's Attempt to Drop Tax Charges; Judge Claims Case Not Politically Driven
Hunter Biden, the president’s son, tried to get federal tax charges dropped on Monday, but a federal court said no. Judge Scarsi, on the other hand, said he does not see any proof that the charges are ... Read More.
Florida Supreme Court Approves Abortion Rights Amendment for Fall 2024 Election
Abortion rights advocates and Democrats celebrated the Florida Supreme Court’s approval of an abortion rights amendment for the general election this autumn, hoping it would benefit their candidates. A ... Watch Now.
Tyrese Calls Out President Biden for Easter Sunday Controversy: "Jesus is Not Political"
Tyrese is the latest star to criticize President Joe Biden and demand an apology from all Catholics and Christians after naming Easter Sunday Transgender Day of Visibility. The actor and singer encoura ... Read More.
House Speaker Mike Johnson to Call Vote on Ukraine Aid, Revealing Party Divide in Congress
Rep. Don Bacon (R-Neb.) said House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.) will call a vote on Ukraine aid. Party differences over Ukraine have plagued the 118th Congress. Democrats have supported Ukraine, while ... Read More.
Houston Mayor Reveals City's Broke Status After Years Of Overspending: A Financial Wake-Up Call
Speaking openly about the financial state of the City of Houston is Mayor John Whitmire. “I believe it is safe to say that we are all in agreement here - we are completely broke.” Let us take a minute ... Read More.
Governor Hochul Makes A Move: Revamping Residential Construction in New York For Illegal Immigrants
In her latest budget proposal, Governor Kathy Hochul, a Democrat from New York, has incorporated initiatives to promote residential construction in a state known for its high rent and property prices. ... Read More.
BlackRock CEO Larry Fink Challenges Retirement Norms: Rethinking Age 65 as Retirement Age
BlackRock CEO suggests the older generation should support economically anxious younger generations and retire later than 65. ... Watch Now.
Texas Voters Could Choose 'Literally Anybody Else' as Candidate in November
Texas voters may have the chance to vote for ‘Literally Anybody Else’, a candidate challenging the two-party system. A math teacher and military veteran changed his name to run as an independent candid ... Watch Now.

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