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More than 6.2 million individuals dropped off food stamps since President Donald Trump completed his first full month in office, according to the latest data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). The most recent USDA data shows that 6,268,285 individuals discontinued their participation in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Progr... Read more

Broward County Supervisor of Elections Brenda Snipes has taken her final bow in a storied career of election mishaps. Brenda Snipes’ spokesman confirmed Sunday she has tendered her resignation following another episode of errors and confusion during the Nov. 6 midterm election, NBC 6 Miami reports. Snipes’ tenure helped to make Broward nation... Read more

The compulsion to see what lies beyond that far ridge or that ocean—or this planet—is a defining part of human identity and success. Read more

The legal husband of U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., and the father of her three children, Ahmed Hirsi, has confirmed to friends that the congresswoman married her brother in a fraudulent immigration scheme, according to sources who spoke to Powerline blogger Scott Johnson. Hirsi has said, however, that he did not know at the time that Omar wa... Read more

As the slew of Democratic presidential primary candidates has jostled for the political and electoral support of the liberal base for the last few months, they've also been avidly seeking the left's financial support. And so far this year, no one in the party has been been able to top Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders' massive haul of nearly $50 milli... Read more

China’s worst nightmare may be happening: Mainland Chinese citizens are now participating in pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, according to recent reports. Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday that a “small cohort of mainlanders have joined the demonstrations, taking extraordinary risks to support a society that offers freedoms unavailab... Read more

HONG KONG (Reuters) – Earlier this summer, Carrie Lam, the chief executive of Hong Kong, submitted a report to Beijing that assessed protesters’ five key demands and found that withdrawing a contentious extradition bill could help defuse the mounting political crisis in the territory. The Chinese central government rejected Lam’s proposal to wi... Read more

A Native American activist and citizen of Cherokee Nation slammed Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) in a Huffington Post op-ed Friday, calling on her to “tell the truth” about her ancestors’ interactions with indigenous tribes — alleging that her maiden family, the Crawfords, were “white squatters” on Cherokee land. Read more

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Facebook, Twitter, and Google are dealing with the fallout of disinformation spread from another state actor on their platforms: China. On Monday, both Facebook and Twitter announced plans to take action on coordinated attempts by the Chinese government or those associated with it to manipulate information on social media about massive protes... Read more

A speaker at the Democratic National Committee summer meeting Friday said if free health care is labeled "socialism" by Republicans, then they should "acknowledge that the Bible must then promote socialism." "When we embrace moral language, we must ask does our policy care for the least of these? Does it lift up those who are most marginalize... Read more

Concealed carry regulations vary widely across the country. Guns & Ammo magazine looked at the most up-to-date laws in each of the 50 states, plus the District of Columbia, and ranked the states from worst to first. Criteria included ease of acquiring a concealed carry permit, costs associated with licensure, training hours required and reciproc... Read more

U.S. intelligence agencies are closely watching Chinese troop movements in Shenzhen near Hong Kong where several hundred thousand People’s Liberation Army and People’s Armed Police troops are massing along with armored vehicles. Satellite photos published this week showed an estimated 500 armored personnel carriers and military trucks parked ... Read more

In the wake of Jeffrey Epstein's suicide, federal prosecutors in New York have shifted their focus to possible charges against anyone who assisted or enabled him in what authorities say was his rampant sexual abuse. Two days after the 66-year-old financier's death in a New York jail where he was awaiting trial on sex tr Read more

(Photo: Getty Images) The Washington Post Fact-Checker gave its harshest rating of Four Pinocchios to a pair of Democratic presidential candidates who claimed black teenager Michael Brown was murdered in 2014 by a white policeman. Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) and Kamala Harris (D., Calif.) both tweeted last Friday—which was the fifth an... Read more

Former President Barack Obama’s White House counsel goes on trial Monday, accused of lying to and misleading Justice Department officials about his work with President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager, Paul Manafort. Craig was indicted in April on two counts of giving false statements to DOJ officials related to his public relations wor... Read more

Of all the incidents reports and probable cause affidavits filed by members of the Palm Beach Police Department during their 2005 investigation of serial paedophile Jeffrey Epstein, only one name was revealed - Haley Robson. Robson was a student at Royal Palm High School when she herself was recruited to give Epstein Read more

The trucking business led by Georgia Democrat Sarah Riggs Amico, who filed paperwork last month to formally explore a possible run against Sen. David Perdue (R., Ga.), filed for bankruptcy court protection late Tuesday. Amico ran for lieutenant governor in Georgia in 2018, but lost to Geoff Duncan. She is executive chairwoman of her family tr... Read more

In a recent Wall Street Journal op-ed, radio host and founder of PragerU, Dennis Prager, explains why it’s important to hold tech companies accountable for censorship. In an op-ed titled “Don’t Let Google Get Away With Censorship,” radio host and founder of Prager University, Denn Read more

Eight Covington Catholic High School students hit a dozen politicians and media figures with a lawsuit Thursday, claiming they were publicly defamed amid the controversy that surrounded the students' trip to Washington, D.C., in January. Read more

Gillette experienced a whopping $8 billion write-down during its most recent quarter, the latest setback for the maker of razors and other personal grooming supplies. Parent company Procter & Gamble (P&G) blamed the loss on currency fl Read more

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