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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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Two Fox News Commentators Step Down Over ‘Irresponsible’ Reporting Of ‘Misinformation’ Following Tucker Carlson’s ‘Patriot Purge’ Program

Tucker Carlson

Two Fox News commentators have reportedly resigned over the network’s “irresponsible” voices, including Tucker Carlson‘s. Fox News broadcasters Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes are stepping away from Fox News over the platform’s promotion of “irresponsible” reporting from certain Fox News personalities. “Fox News still does real reporting, and there are …

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Biden Nominates Two New Postal Service Board Members

USPS

President Joe Biden has named two new nominees to serve on the Postal Service Board of Governors, replacing former President Donald Trump’s picks to help lead the agency. On Friday, Biden submitted to the Senate his latest nominees to serve on the board: former head of the General Services Administration …

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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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House Passes Biden’s $1.7 Trillion Build Back Better Act

Speaker Nancy Pelosi

On Friday, the House voted to pass a historic $1.75 trillion Build Back Better Act that makes unprecedented investments in working people, families, and communities across America. The roll call fell mostly among party lines with a vote of 220-213, with one Democrat, Maine Congressman Jared Goldman, voting against it. “We …

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