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Twitter Suspends Rep. Jim Banks Official Account

Rep. Jim Banks

Indiana Republican Congressman Jim Banks’ Twitter account was suspended on Saturday after he purposely misgendered Assistant Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine, the nation’s first openly transgender four-star officer and government official confirmed by the Senate. When she was sworn in last Tuesday, Levin became the first female four-star admiral …

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Former Officers Plead Not Guilty to Violating George Floyd’s Civil Rights

Four former Minneapolis police officers pleaded not guilty in federal court to violating George Floyd‘s civil rights during his arrest when he was killed last May. On Tuesday, Thomas Lane, J. Keung, Tou Thao, and Derek Chauvin, who is currently serving 22 ½ years for killing Floyd, appeared in a virtual court hearing with their lawyers. The federal indictment claims …

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EPA to ban pesticide tied to children’s health problems

Michael Regan

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has reversed a Trump-era decision and will ban a pesticide tied to children’s health problems. The EPA announced it will stop the use of the pesticide chlorpyrifos on all food to better protect human health, particularly that of children and farmworkers. “Today, EPA is taking …

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Taliban Takes Kabul; Afghanistan President Flees The Country

Afghanistan taliban

As the United States completes the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan, the Taliban has been steadily gaining territories in the country. The capital city of Kabul is the latest to fall into the Islamic regime’s hands. Early Sunday, the nation’s embattled president fled the country, signaling the government’s collapse.  Ashraf …

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Ex-DEA Agent Arrested On Capitol Insurrection Charges

Mark Ibrahim

An ex-Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agent was arrested this week on charges related to the insurrection at the Capitol on January 6. Former Drug Enforcement Administration agent Mark Ibrahim initially claimed he traveled across the country from California to go to the Capitol because a “friend I served in Iraq with …

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