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House Votes To Hold Mark Meadows In Contempt of Congress

Mark Meadows

The US House of Representatives voted Tuesday to hold former President Donald Trump‘s last chief of staff, Mark Meadows in contempt of Congress. Last week, Mark Meadows informed @January6thCmte he would not cooperate further – abandoning his duty to country. Tonight, the House voted him in contempt and referred him for …

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Congress Passes Government Funding, Averts Shutdown

Congress passes government funding bill

On Thursday, Congress averted a government shutdown just a day before the funding deadline was set to expire. After the House voted mostly along party lines to fund the government at current levels through Feb. 18 earlier in the afternoon, the Senate took up the continuing resolution on Thursday night …

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Department Of Defense Announces UFO Task Force

UFO Task Force

The Department of Defense announced a UFO task force to investigate unidentified flying objects in restricted air space and determine whether or not they pose a threat. Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen Hicks announced the Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group (AOIMSG) last week. “The AOIMSG will synchronize efforts across the …

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January 6 Committee Subpoenas Alex Jones, Roger Stone

Roger Stone

The committee looking into the deadly January 6 riot at the Capitol announced Monday they subpoenaed Roger Stone and Alex Jones. Three others connected to the incident were also subpoenaed. The subpoenas were issued to allies of former President Donald Trump, who the committee believes have relevant information about the rallies …

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All Adults In U.S. Now Eligible For COVID Booster Shots

Covid Vaccine

COVID-19 booster shots are now available to all adults in the United States, after Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Rochelle Walensky signed off on the recommendations of an agency advisory panel on Friday. “After critical scientific evaluation, today’s unanimous decision carefully considered the current state of the pandemic, the …

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Twitter permanently bans Newsmax White House Reporter

Newsmax reporter Emerald Robinson

Last week, Newsmax White House reporter Emerald Robinson had her Twitter account temporarily banned when she tweeted about a conspiracy theory that links COVID-19 vaccines and Satan, noting that “the vaccines contain a bioluminescent marker called LUCIFERASE so that you can be tracked.” Newsmax pulled Robinson off the air and …

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United States Adds More Than 530,000 Jobs In October

Biden jobs report

The Labor Department on Friday said more than a half-million jobs were added to the U.S. economy in October — soundly beating what most analysts had predicted. The department said in its monthly report that 531,000 jobs were added last month. In the run-up to Friday’s report, most economists projected …

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Virginia Election: Glenn Youngkin wins Virginia governor’s race

Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin

Republican Glenn Youngkin has won the Virginia governor’s race, defeating Democrat Terry McAuliffe, and snapping a losing streak for GOP statewide candidates in the commonwealth. The Associated Press projected Youngkin as the race winner after midnight. “Together, we will change the trajectory of this commonwealth,” Youngkin told a crowd of …

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