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(Photo: Greg Baker, AFP via Getty Images) In April, Apple announced it would not produce a film about slavery in Georgia in light of the state's recent voting law. A month later, the tech giant was found to have relied on Chinese slave labor to build parts for its tech products. Read more

(Photo: Jonathan Ernst, AFP via Getty Images) Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-WA), the powerful chairwoman of the Senate Commerce Committee, plans to attempt to use a bipartisan piece of legislation meant to counter the Chinese Communist Party’s technological advances to instead steer what could end up being a huge boon of a federal contract worth billio... Read more

More than a thousand "phantom ballots" were discovered in Antrim County, Michigan, according to a local attorney in a 2020 election lawsuit alleging fraud in the contest six months after it took place. Matthew DePerno, who is representing Antrim County resident Willia Read more

NYPD identified the man who shot 3 random people, including a 4-year-old child in Times Square on Saturday evening. Police identified Farrakhan Muhammad as a person of interest by his brother, the Denver Channel reported. Read more

(Photo: Carlos Osorio, AP) Detroit Police Chief James Craig will reportedly announce his retirement Monday and may declar he is running for Michigan governor. Multiple outlets are reporting Craig, who was appointed police chief in 2013, would possibly run as a Republican against incumbent Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D), WDIV reported. He has se... Read more

(Photo: Cristina M. Fletes, St. Louis Post Dispatch Via AP) Florida became the fifth state in 2021 to enact a law prohibiting the private funding of election administration on Thursday after Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) signed a comprehensive election integrity bill into law with a clear and enforceable ban on the controversial practice. Read more

Tuesday on Fox Business Network’s “Varney & Company,” Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) continued his push to break up big tech companies to put an end to monopolies. Hawley argued breaking up companies like Amazon and Google would “be good for competition” in addition to “protecting the Read more

Back in 2008, the use of Stingrays was reported in California when a tax cheat was captured after filing returns on dead people and obtaining their refunds. The culprit had thought he covered his tracks but later found out he was captured by the use of the stingray: Read more

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(Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty) In an attempt to combat Apple’s new App Tracking Transparency privacy feature, Facebook is begging users to continue to allow the Masters of the Universe to track their app usage warning it is the only way to keep services “free of charge.” MacRumors reports that Facebook and Instagram have begun telling users ... Read more

Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) and a group of other House Republicans on Friday introduced legislation to end funding for an arm of the U.S. Postal Service that carries out online surveillance. The legislation was rolled out in response to a March bulletin, reported by Yahoo News earlier this month, distributed by the Postal Service’s Inspection S... Read more

Joe Biden has been accused of manipulating the results of the 2020 U.S. Census, which missed its deadline by months because of the COVID-19 pandemic, for political gain. A letter dispatched by 17 members of Congress noted that they were referred by the Census Bureau to the White House for their questions about dramatic variances between Read more

The New York Times on Wednesday was forced to answer to Project Veritas’s defamation lawsuit. Project Veritas sued The New York Times for defamation in November 2020. Read more

The woman accused of hitting and killing a veteran NYPD officer was denied bail at her arraignment at Queens Criminal Court. She’s being held at Rikers Island. Police say that Jessica Beauvais, 32 of Hempstead, admitted to drinking and smoking marijuana before plowing into Officer Anastasios Tsakos, a 14-year veteran of the force, who succumb... Read more

Judicial Watch announced today that it received 540 pages and a supplemental four pages of documents from the office of the Secretary of State of California revealing how state officials pressured social media companies (Twitter, Facebook, Google (YouTube)) to censor posts about the 2020 election. Included in these documents were “misinformation... Read more

A Delaware man is facing charges, including attempted murder, after police said he assaulted an officer and two elderly people during a violent rampage at a housing subdivision in Sussex County early Sunday morning. Delaware State Police said 30-year-old Randon Wilkerson attacked Corporal Keith Heacook from the Delmar Police Department insid... Read more

(Photo: YouTube screen shot) A New York City driver who was out on bail for allegedly committing attempted murder was caught dragging a police officer with his car Friday, according to a video. The video, released by the New York Police Department (NYPD), showed the officer conducting a routine traffic stop. When the officers determined the d... Read more

Two liberal professors at Tennessee Tech are facing disciplinary action after they publicly attacked another professor because of his political views. The university publication, The Oracle, reported Julie Gruber, who teaches German, and Andrew Smith, who teaches English and religion, violated the univer Read more

(Photo: YouTube screen shot) The Republican-controlled Arizona State Senate failed to pass an election integrity bill that tightens the rules for maintaining lists of voters who automatically are mailed absentee ballots Thursday when State Sen. Kelly Townsend (R-16) surprised her colleagues by joining with all 14 Democrats who voted no when the ... Read more

(Photo: Richard Drew, AP) Far-left NBC News has once again been caught deceptively and dishonestly editing a 911 call to gin up racial tensions. Only this time, the racial arsonists took things a step further by also deceptively editing body-cam footage. Read more

(Photo: Lynne Sladky, AP) Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and wife Priscilla Chan spent $350 million on election administration during 2020, prompting a growing number of state lawmakers across the United States to say "no, thanks" when it comes to accepting any private money to run future electio Read more

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