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"History is a joke played by the victors on the vanquished in front of an audience that dares not laugh." -- Michael Rivero
The appointments are increasing from 1,000 to 1,250 a day The Biden administration is expanding the number of migrants it is allowing into the U.S. via the controversial CBP One app to nearly 40,000 a month as officials continue to tackle an ongoing crisis at the border, even as numbers have dropped post-Title 42.
Two House Republicans sponsored a resolution this week that condemns New York officials for using elementary and secondary school facilities to house illegal aliens.
The Biden administration is moving forward with a 20-year ban on new oil and gas leasing near an Indigenous cultural site in New Mexico despite stark opposition from Native Americans in the region.
Colombian authorities announced the discovery of footprints in the southern jungles that they believe could help finally locate four indigenous children who went missing after their plane crashed a month ago.
Dozens of people are feared dead in India Friday after a passenger train reportedly collided with a freight train in the eastern part of the country.
Germany's defense minister said Friday his country will look into a report that former German air force fighter plane pilots have been training pilots for the Chinese military.
A Florida police officer and her pregnant romantic rival were charged with battery for beating up a man they were both dating, records show.
A man suspected of wounding a police officer in Tennessee on Thursday afternoon was shot a short time later by other officers during an exchange of gunfire, police said.
A Pennsylvania man out on bail for two prior shootings is now facing three murder charges in the slayings of two young boys and a teenager, according to prosecutors.
The Daily Signal confirmed on Thursday that branches of the DC Public Library are preparing to host a "children's pride parade" in honor of Pride Month.
A San Francisco store owner who immigrated to the United States from Afghanistan says he is at his wits end with crime in the city after a gang of thieves stole over $100,000 in merchandise from his tobacco shop.
Over 500 residents and business owners turned up to a community meeting in Oakland, Calif., this week to voice their frustrations over the city's "rampant" crime problem.
With the 2024 election season already begun, a renewed debate is emerging over the future direction of the Federal Reserve. The Fed’s gargantuan money creation, and its up-and-down interest rates, have resulted in a dollar whose shifts in value have been behind the major crises of the past 20 years — including the worst inflation in more than four decades.
A transgender young person runs away from his family to avoid being sent to a conversion therapy camp abroad.
Another kid is told they must camp in the backyard, use different utensils than their siblings and can't access TV or the internet after they come out as LGBTQ.
Let the cuteness pour in!
Gerber is searching for its next "spokesbaby" to serve as this year's Gerber ambassador.
The childhood nutrition company opened its yearly photo searchcontest Wednesday kicking off the program’s 13-year anniversary.
It's a sight seldom seen today in America: A chief coroner going to a murder scene and personally addressing an angry crowd of protesters.
But that's precisely what Naida Rutherford, the Richland County Coroner in South Carolina, did a day after the fatal shooting Sunday of a Black teen suspected of shoplifting by an Asian convenience store owner in Columbia.
Major League Baseball dropped their LGBT Pride-themed logo on Facebook just one day into "Pride Month."