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House Republicans were relieved nothing globally significant happened this week while they hashed out who will replace ousted Kevin McCarthy as the next Speaker of the House.
The Biden administration’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is instructing Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) agents to ask immigrants they encounter for their “preferred pronouns” and to use gender-neutral language while on the job.
State Supreme Court Justice Anita Earls' federal First Amendment lawsuit has been reassigned from a judge appointed by former President Barack Obama to a colleague appointed by former President George W. Bush.
A Jewish student at Columbia University doubled down after harassment and threats — over her accurate and consistent reporting on campus anti-Semitism — initially spurred her to flee campus.
Nassau County Executive blows the whistle on crime problem with illegals
House Republicans are setting the stage for what could be a vote on articles of impeachment against President Joe Biden early next year.
After serving for twenty-seven years in state government, including the last three as secretary for the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT), Eric Boyette is retiring.
A recent NBC News national poll revealed that a majority of respondents, 52%, said there is a gun in their household, up from previous years and a record number since the poll question’s inception in 1999.
Members of the terrorist organization Hamas were left frustrated after hearing many leftists in the United States and throughout the world were skeptical that Hamas had brutally massacred over 1,300 Jewish civilians after Hamas had put serious effort into livestreaming the atrocities.


The Hamas plan, shared by other radical Islamic groups, to drive the Jews out of Israel is having an unintended effect, as rising anti-Semitism around the globe after the Hamas massacre of Israelis on October 7 is reportedly catalyzing Jews to consider moving to Israel.
The State Board of Elections on Tuesday unanimously certified the results of the October and November 2023 municipal elections in North Carolina.
New Jersey officials announced Tuesday that the state would be joining a growing list of Democrat-led states slated to ban the sale of new gas-powered vehicles by 2035.
A bill passed by the House Alcohol Beverage Control Committee would allow ABC boards to permit ABC stores to be open on Sundays in North Carolina.
The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) released new footage from deep inside the tunnels that Hamas terrorists dug under Al Shifa Hospital complex in an attempt to avoid being targeted in airstrikes, which is a war crime.
Alumni past and present gathered at the steps of Low Library on Columbia's Morningside campus in New York City to celebrate the awarding of an honorary doctorate to none other than Osama Bin Laden.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) released footage Wednesday evening showing what happened with a car that exploded at a checkpoint in Niagara Falls at the U.S.-Canada border.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced on Wednesday evening that he has accepted California Governor Gavin Newsom’s debate challenge.


Belgian journalist and human rights activist Assita Kanko called out “Western feminists,” whom she said should answer for their silence in the face of the atrocities committed against Israeli civilians — many of whom were women — by the terrorist group Hamas.
As the rest of the world sits on edge due to the leader of the terrorist organization Hamas calling for a global day of jihad, residents of the state of Texas seemed entirely unconcerned.
The head of North Carolina's Department of Health and Human Services objects to a request that would speed up action in a federal lawsuit dealing with foster children's mental health issues.
Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) subpoenaed a federal prosecutor who allegedly placed constraints on the years-long investigation into Hunter Biden, House Republicans announced on Tuesday.
On November 22, 1963, CBS News anchor Walter Cronkite interrupted a soap opera — first to broadcast the news that President John F. Kennedy had been shot, and then a second time to share the devastating news that Kennedy had been killed.
A local couple capped off a lovely evening together at an Italian restaurant by having their waitress provide them with a to-go box so they can make sure the inside of their car will smell like chicken parmesan for the next three weeks.
President Joe Biden continues his slump of poor polling as his top rival Donald Trump creates more separation in both Republican primary and general election surveys.


As a youth growing up in a United States of America that understood the pain of sacrifice, the remembrance of Pearl Harbor was an annual event.
The threat of a terrorist attack in New York State is reportedly increasing as a “direct result” of Hamas’ terrorist attack against Israel last month when the Islamic terror group murdered 1,200 Israelis and injured thousands more.
PARIS — Following a fatal knife attack by a self-proclaimed jihadist in Arras, France, the leaders of Western nations wondered if there would ever be some sort of way to physically stop jihadists from entering their borders.
Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-NY) will not be investigated by the House Ethics Committee for pulling a fire alarm in a House office building ahead of a government spending vote at the end of September when there was not an emergency.
US District Judge Loretta Biggs has set a Thursday deadline for defendants' responses to a request to speed up a federal felon voting lawsuit.
Israeli officials voted on Wednesday morning local time to approve deal in which dozens of hostages kidnapped by Hamas will be let go in exchange for Israel releasing some Palestinian women and minors convicted of crimes from prisons inside Israel.
RALEIGH: Today, Governor Roy Cooper honored the Lenoir-Rhyne University Men’s Lacrosse and Women’s Triathlon teams on winning the 2023 and 2022 NCAA National Championship in their respective sports.
‘There’s a lot of transgenders out here that are tired of being picked on and we’re going to go into the schools and we’re going to kill their f—ing children.”
A college graduate with a very expensive Master's degree in Ancient Sumerian Poetry wrote a massive check to a plumber this week, prompting him to question every decision he's made in his adult life.


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