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  • Arrest of Tajik Nationals Raises U.S. Fears of ISIS Terror Plot
    FBI
    The recent arrest of eight Tajik nationals with suspected connections to ISIS has intensified concerns among U.S. national security officials about the potential for a terror attack on American soil. The individuals were detained after entering the United States via the southern border and requesting asylum.
  • GOP Hosts Trump in First Capitol Hill Visit Since Jan. 6
    GOP Hosts Trump in First Capitol Hill Visit Since Jan. 6
    Former President Donald Trump made his first visit to Capitol Hill since the January 6th attack, receiving a hero's welcome from Republican lawmakers. This visit comes less than five months before his anticipated rematch with President Joe Biden.
  • Bloodshed in Mexican Elections Triggers Surge of Asylum Seekers at U.S. Border
    Biden’s Border Crisis: New Executive Order Faces Skepticism Amid Rising Migration Concerns
    The recent surge of asylum seekers at the U.S.-Mexico border includes many fleeing the aftermath of Mexico's most violent election season. The June 2 elections, the largest in the country's history, were marred by unprecedented levels of bloodshed and intimidation. Political candidates were targeted, with at least 34 killed and hundreds more threatened. This chaos has driven many to seek refuge across the border in the United States.
  • Biden Faces Backlash for Gun Control Speech After Son’s Conviction
    WITHDRAWAL
    President Joe Biden delivered a speech on gun control just hours after his son, Hunter Biden, was convicted on three federal firearms charges. The timing of the president's remarks at the Everytown for Gun Safety's annual training conference in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday was not lost on critics, who took to social media to highlight the awkward juxtaposition.
  • American Banana Giant Chiquita Ordered to Pay $38 Million in Landmark Colombian Human Rights Case
    American Banana Giant Chiquita Ordered to Pay $38 Million in Landmark Colombian Human Rights Case
    A Florida court has ordered Chiquita Brands International to pay $38 million to the families of eight Colombian men murdered by a paramilitary death squad.
  • Hunter Biden Faces Up to 25 Years in Prison Following Gun Trial Conviction
    Hunter Biden's Laptop Becomes Key Evidence in Federal Gun Trial, Media Faces Scrutiny
    Hunter Biden, son of President Joe Biden, was convicted on all three counts at his criminal gun trial in Delaware federal court on Tuesday. The jury found Hunter Biden guilty of making false statements in connection with the purchase of a firearm, lying in a firearms transaction, and possessing a firearm while being a drug user or addict.
  • Biden's Immigration Order: The 'Final Straw' for the U.S. Economy?
    Exclusive: Biden plans shift in arms export policy to favor human rights - sources
    Recently, President Joe Biden announced an executive measure aimed at significantly limiting illegal immigration. Specifically, the policy stipulates that when the daily average number of illegal entries at U.S.-Mexico border checkpoints reaches 2,500 within a week, the border will close to asylum applications from illegal immigrants.
  • Biden Admini's New Border Policy Sparks Controversy as New Memo Instructs Release of Most Eastern Hemisphere Migrants
    Central American Migrants to the US held at El Paso All Pictures Video Newest-First
    The Biden administration has issued a directive to release migrants from nearly all countries in the Eastern Hemisphere into the United States, despite a recent executive order intended to curb illegal immigration.
  • Family Drama and Legal Battles Unfold as Naomi Testifies in Hunter Biden Gun Trial
    Family Drama and Legal Battles Unfold as Naomi Testifies in Hunter Biden Gun Trial
    Naomi Biden, daughter of Hunter Biden, delivered surprise testimony at her father's gun trial, providing a personal glimpse into her father's state during a pivotal moment in 2018. The trial, a significant legal proceeding given Hunter Biden's relation to the sitting president, has captured national attention due to its high stakes and familial implications.
  • Beyoncé’s Concert Gift to Justice Jackson Highlights Supreme Court Justices' Financial Disclosures
    Beyoncé’s Concert Gift to Justice Jackson Highlights Supreme Court Justices' Financial Disclosures
    Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson received four free concert tickets from superstar singer Beyoncé, valued at $3,711.84. The disclosure, which was made public last Friday, does not specify which concert the tickets were for, but Beyoncé was on her "Renaissance World Tour" for much of last year, including a stop near Washington, D.C.
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