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Auto Workers Vote To Unionize In Historic Vote At Southern Plant
Volkswagen workers at an automotive plant in Tennessee voted to unionize Friday, becoming the first southern car manufacturer to do so since the 1940s, the Washington Post reported. Read More
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Biden Vowed To Protect American Steel — But Another Effort Of His Could Destroy It
President Joe Biden in recent days has taken a harsh stance on foreign steel manufacturers in a bid to strengthen domestic industry, but his own environmental policies could be the true threat to American steel, experts told the Daily Caller News Foundation. Read More
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Medical Associations Silent After Review Finds Weak Evidence For Recommending Puberty Blockers To Kids
Major medical associations have remained silent after the results of a four-year review commissioned by the National Health Service (NHS) England undermined their recommendations for giving puberty blockers to children with gender dysphoria Read More
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Illegal Alien Arrested For Sexually Assaulting A Minor, But Then Released After Detainer Ignored, ICE Says
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is faulting local authorities for allowing an illegal alien arrested for sexually assaulting a minor to be released back into the community, ignoring a detainer request on that individual. Read More
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House Adjourns Without Forcing Vote On Mike Johnson’s Speakership
The House of Representatives adjourned Saturday without there being a motion called to vote on ousting Republican Speaker Mike Johnson of Louisiana. Read More
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BOB EHRLICH: Here’s Why Biden Is Losing Support Among Twenty-Somethings
Recent polls reflect unexpected (bad) news for the Biden campaign, especially with respect to hugely important voting blocks within the Democratic Party’s base. Many pundits have focused on trend lines among Hispanics (especially Latinos) and African Americans that show declining enthusiasm for the prospect of another four years of Joe Biden. Read More
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MORGAN MURPHY: The Ukraine Blame Game Begins
Congress stands poised to deliver another $60 billion in aid to Ukraine atop the $111 billion in prior packages. President Biden has pushed for these bills and is expected to sign them. Read More
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Home Sales Drop In March As Mortgage Rates Surge Over 7%
Existing home sales shrank in March as consumers respond to continuing price increases and rising mortgage rates. Read More
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Nonprofit Misused Taxpayer Dollars To Fly Migrants Around US, Dem Rep Alleges
A Texas lawmaker alleged Friday that a local nonprofit is misusing taxpayer funds through its purchase of airline tickets for migrants. Read More
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Police Killed Armed-Suspected Pedophile When He Showed Up To Meet Underage Girls
Seattle police released bodycam footage of a Wednesday shooting that left a 67-year-old suspected pedophile dead late Friday evening. Read More
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Dem Senator Launches Ad Pitching Himself As Tough On Border — Despite Repeatedly Voting Down Security Measures
A new campaign ad argues that Democratic Sen. Jon Tester of Montana has cracked down on border security amid his contentious reelection bid, despite him having a history of voting down several security measures. Read More
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‘Huge Step Back’: Dem Rep Slams Biden Admin For Climate Decision Strangling Oil Industry
The Biden administration just announced sweeping moves to limit fossil fuel development in energy-rich Alaska, and Democratic Rep. Mary Peltola isn’t happy about it. Read More
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‘Completely Smitten’: Ana Navarro Seemingly Pins Bob Menendez’s Legal Troubles On His Wife
“The View” co-host Ana Navarro claimed Friday that Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez’s legal troubles were his wife’s fault, saying the indictment “does not jive” with the man she knows. Read More
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Here Are The 30 GOP Senators Who Voted To Reauthorize Warrantless Spying Tool
Thirty Republican senators voted to reauthorize a contentiously debated warrantless- spying tool on Saturday. Read More
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BREAKING: House Passes Speaker Mike Johnson's $60 Billion Ukraine Aid Bill, Aid To Israel
By: Sterling Mosley | On Saturday, the House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed $60 billion in aid to Ukraine, a hotly debated issue that has had many conservative Republicans rebel against the speaker. The legislation passed with 311 lawmakers in favor and 112 against. Among Republicans, Johnson was unable to get a majority of his caucus to support the package with 112 voting against it and only 101 supporting the aid package. Read More

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