Biden Policy Allows Migrants with Pending Asylum Claims to Have Families Airlifted to U.S.
President Joe Biden is allowing Central American economic migrants with pending asylum claims — not just approved claims — to have the Department of State fly their families on the American taxpayer dime to live with them in the U.S. Read More.
Texas allocates $250 million toward border wall construction, allows donations towards effort
"In the federal government's absence Texas is stepping up to get the job done," Gov. Greg Abbott said. Read More.
GOP Bill Would Ban ‘Antiracism’ Confessionals From D.C. Schools
Latest attempt to combat critical race theory stops short of banning it Read More.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey Blocks Public Universities From Requiring Masks or Vaccines
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey issued an executive order on Tuesday that prevents public higher education institutions like Arizona State University from mandating draconian restrictions on students who choose to not receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Read More.
Biden-Putin meeting in Geneva: Schedule, issues and everything you need to know
US, Russian presidents expected to meet for four to five hours, then hold separate press conferences Read More.
Joe Manchin: I Will Stop Democrats From Making Americans Fund Abortions
Democratic West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin reportedly said Thursday that he would back the Hyde Amendment, which bans the use of federal funds for abortions. Read More.
San Francisco Walgreens: Video shows man fill garbage bag with items, takes off
Commenters said the apparent theft is an example of the city’s lawlessness Read More.
Did anti-Trump bias blind science to evidence for COVID lab-leak theory?
Several public health experts and scientists have recently suggested scientific reluctance to investigate the hypothesis was due partly to Trump's embrace of the theory. Read More.
Who is Naftali Bennett, Israel's new leader?
Bennett has long positioned himself to the right of Netanyahu Read More.
Supreme Court sides against Biden administration in drug sentencing case
The Supreme Court on Monday found that certain low-level crack cocaine offenders are not eligible for sentencing reductions, a repudiation of the Biden administration's late case change in opinion.  Read More.
Scientists Sound Alarm on ‘Imminent Radiological Threat’ at Chinese Nuclear Plant
French nuclear power company Framatome said on Monday it has detected a “performance issue” at the Taishan Nuclear Power Plant, which it operates in partnership with the state-owned China General Nuclear Power Group (CGN). Read More.
TIME cover blasted for over-the-top attempt to make Biden ‘look cool’ ahead of Putin meeting
'DNC press releases aren’t this sycophantic,' one conservative critic wrote Read More.
Abbott signs '1836 Project' bill aimed at promoting Texas values and 'patriotic education'
Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed a bill establishing the "1836 Project" geared at promoting a heightened awareness of the state's values, including a "patriotic education" for students. Read More.
How to Make China Pay
Column: Engage Taiwan, boycott the 2022 Olympics, and impose a carbon tariff Read More.