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US Issues 1st Passport Listing Gender as 'X'
The United States has issued its first passport with an "X" gender designation and expects to be able to offer the option to nonbinary, intersex, and gender-nonconforming people early next year, the State Department said Wednesday.... [Full Story]
'Greatest Show On Earth' Circus May Return Without Animals
Four years after the "Greatest Show On Earth" shut down, officials [Full Story]
Loudoun County Parents Must Sign Nondisclosure Agreement to View CRT Curriculum
Parents of Loudoun County public school students have been asked to [Full Story]
The Crypto Stash: Secret Coins to Buy Now
SPONSOR: The crypto bull run no ones talking about [Full Story]
Mnuchin: Taxing Billionaires Could Have 'Unintended Consequences'
Former Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said he opposed the [Full Story]
Jan. 6 Committee Setting Dangerous Precedent With Digital Data Requests
The House of Representatives' Jan. 6th Select Committee investigating [Full Story] | platinum
Do you Believe in God? This Could Change What It Means to be Christian
SPONSOR: Even non-believers are shocked by this revelation. Must see [Full Story]
US Demand for Oil Surges, Depleting Tanks in Oklahoma
Crude oil tanks at the Cushing, Oklahoma storage and delivery hub for [Full Story]
Bongino Off Radio This Week Over Vaccine Mandate
Westwood One radio host Dan Bongino is off the air this week after [Full Story]
Peter Navarro’s Shocking White House Memoir, In Trump Time Coming Nov 3
SPONSOR: Pre-order on Amazon for inside details of the Trump W.H. [Full Story]
FTC Probing If Facebook Violated $5B Privacy Settlement
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has begun a probe into Facebook, [Full Story]
Poll: 35% Say 2020 Presidential Election Should Be Overturned
A new Morning Consult-Politico survey found that 35% of registered [Full Story]

Militant Granted Parole 40 Years After Deadly Brinks Heist
A former Weather Underground militant has been granted parole 40 [Full Story]
Democrats Unveil Billionaires' Tax as Biden Plan Takes Shape
Pushing past skeptics, Senate Democrats on Wednesday unveiled a new [Full Story]
Your Life is Cancelled - Unless You Obey the Terms of Service.
SPONSOR: Dr. Stanfill unveils the dangers of artificial intelligence. [Full Story]
Not a Trick: No White House Treats for Halloween This Year
Ghosts and goblins can scratch the White House from their trick or [Full Story]
Caravan of Hundreds of Migrants Press North Across Mexico
Hundreds of migrants from Central America and the Caribbean trekked [Full Story]
1 Tablespoon Could Wipe Out Skin and Nail Fungus
SPONSOR: Can you completely clear your nails and skin by doing this? [Full Story]
Merck Letting Others Make Generic Versions of Its COVID-19 Pill
Merck & Co has signed a licensing agreement with the United [Full Story]
Slavery-Era Law Is Key Defense Argument in Trial Over Ahmaud Arbery's Killing
A pivotal defense argument of the three white men on trial in Georgia [Full Story]
US Challenges Assange Extradition Block in UK Court
The United States on Wednesday appealed against a British judge's [Full Story]
Mort Sahl, Comedian Who Satirized Politics, Dies at 94
Satirist Mort Sahl, who helped revolutionize stand-up comedy during [Full Story]
Report: Plea Deal in Works for Pennsylvania Defendant in Jan. 6 Capitol Attack
The Department of Justice has reportedly offered a plea deal to U.S. [Full Story]
Judge Rejects Challenge to Southwest's Vaccine Mandate
A federal judge has rejected a bid by pilots to block Southwest [Full Story]
Milley: China 'Very Close' to 'Sputnik Moment' With Hypersonic Missile Test
China's suspected test of a hypersonic missile capable of carrying a [Full Story]
Pandemic Exacerbated Online Dating Scams, Love-Seekers Lost Millions
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Ohio City Votes to Ban Abortion
A city in Ohio voted Monday to criminalize abortion. The city council [Full Story]
Black Actress Cut Out of 'Dune' Poster's Chinese Edition
A Black British actress who appeared in the United States poster [Full Story]
Queen Cancels COP26 Attendance 'on Medical Advice'
Britain's 95-year-old Queen Elizabeth II will not attend the COP26 UN [Full Story]
Trump Could Get Big 'Bonus' Shares in New Social Media Firm
Donald Trump's social media company will get tens of millions in [Full Story]
Florida Kicks Trump's Twitter Lawsuit to California Courts
Former President Donald Trump's lawsuit to get his Twitter account [Full Story]
Senate Dems Pitch 15 Percent Corporate Minimum Tax
Leading Democratsenators unveiled legislation Tuesday to impose a 15% [Full Story]
Sen. Cruz Won't Delay Confirmation for Biden's Ambassador to China
Republican Sen. Ted Cruz does not intend to delay the confirmation of [Full Story]
Border Patrol Finds 60 Cases of Misconduct in Agents' Facebook Postings
U.S. Customs and Border Protection found at least 60 cases of [Full Story]
Clarence V. McKee
The Silent Minority
He was no victim. He was an American hero.... [Full Story]
Ralph Benko
Opulence Through Capitalism
And they all, Democrats and Republicans, lived happily ever after. At our expense.... [Full Story]
Michael Dorstewitz
Firing Range
Biden described the withdrawal of forces as an "extraordinary success." But in truth he didnt put an end to... [Full Story]
Alexandra York
Art and Culture
There is no room in humanism for group-think or tribal affiliation of any kind whatsoever. ...... [Full Story]
Larry Bell
On Point
Topping this, the greatest danger of all is that we now have a president in Biden who believes global warming... [Full Story]
Amazon, Google Digital Ads Triumph Over Apple Privacy Rules
Amazon.com is expected to emerge as a winner in the digital advertising arena, surviving Apple's privacy changes better than rivals Facebook and Snap. Google, also, just posted a record earnings quarter, with its digital ads driving its profits. [Full Story]
FDA Advisers Back Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine for Children
An expert panel on Tuesday voted overwhelmingly to recommend the U.S. Food and Drug Administration authorize the Pfizer Inc and BioNTech SE COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5 to 11, saying the benefits of inoculation outweigh the risks. [Full Story]
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