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The U.S. Interior Department on Friday sought to erase the Trump administration’s pro-fossil fuels legacy from the nation’s public lands by revoking a suite of policies that boosted drilling and mining and ordering that climate change be put at the forefront in future agency decisions.
President Joe Biden signed an order on Friday limiting U.S. refugee admissions this year to the historically low 15,000 cap set under his predecessor Donald Trump, a senior administration official said, shelving a plan to raise it to 62,500 and drawing the ire of refugee advocates and some Democratic lawmakers.
Customs and Border Protection (CBP) stopped a shipment of over 170,000 counterfeit N95 masks from China with an estimated retail price of almost $350,000, the agency announced on Thursday.
The U.S. Department of Justice on Friday sued Roger Stone, saying the close ally of former President Donald Trump owes about $2 million in unpaid federal income taxes, according to a court document seen by Reuters.
Four members of the Sikh religious community, three women and one man, were killed in a Thursday night shooting at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis that claimed the lives of eight workers, a community group and local leader said on Friday.
Former U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo violated federal ethics rules governing the use of taxpayer-funded resources when he, and his wife, asked State Department employees to carry out personal tasks more than 100 times, a government watchdog said in a report on Friday.
Conservative House of Representatives Republicans plan to form an “America First” caucus to promote the policies of ex-President Donald Trump and said on Friday the group would soon release a policy platform.
President Joe Biden faced increased pressure on Friday to stem gun violence amid a rash of mass shootings across the United States, but he faces an uphill battle to significantly change the country’s permissive firearms laws.
Over a dozen Democratic senators on Friday urged U.S. President Joe Biden to withhold financial assistance to Brazil unless it demonstrates it is reducing deforestation in the Amazon and cracking down on environmental crimes.
The mother of Breonna Taylor, a woman who was shot and killed by police officers last year, claimed that a local Black Lives Matter group in Louisville, Kentucky, and other activists have exploited her daughter’s death for political reasons and money.
Liberty University has sued its former president Jerry Falwell Jr, a once influential figure among U.S. evangelical Christians, saying he undermined its moral standards by concealing his wife’s affair with a pool attendant who attempted to extort them.
Florida’s Republican-controlled legislature approved an “anti-riot” Combating Public Disorder bill
A U.S. panel will meet again next week to discuss whether the pause on the use of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine should continue, after delaying a vote on the matter earlier this week.
In hindsight, the 15 days to slow the spread and the 30—it didn’t work,”
Two people were fatally shot and a San Antonio police officer was wounded in what officials said started as a routine traffic stop on Friday morning.
Scientists at Johnson & Johnson on Friday refuted an assertion in a major medical journal that the adenovirus-based design of their COVID-19 vaccine, which is similar AstraZeneca’s, may explain why both have been linked to very rare brain blood clots in some vaccine recipients.
The Texas House passed a bill allowing adults over the age of 21 to carry a gun without a permit or license on Thursday.
The Chicago police union defended the officer who shot and killed a 13-year-old boy late last month after the city released body cam footage of the incident.
“Dr. Chelsea Clinton is mad that we asked super obvious questions that everyone in the country should be asking”
Racially motivated American extremists have engaged with like-minded activists overseas and traveled abroad to meet with them, the head of the Federal Bureau of Investigation told a Congressional hearing on Thursday.
The United States has administered 202,282,923 doses of COVID-19 vaccines in the country as of Friday morning and distributed 258,502,815 doses, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Friday.
The Biden administration on Friday said it will invest $1.7 billion to help states and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention fight COVID-19 variants that are rapidly spreading across the United States.
Two senior Democratic senators will introduce legislation on Friday that would reassert Congress’ oversight of international weapons deals, after President Joe Biden’s administration decided to go ahead with a $23 billion sale to the United Arab Emirates that had worried lawmakers, congressional aides said.
Chief Patrol Agent Aaron Heitke of the San Diego area published a distressing video of a smuggler dropping a 2-year-old child from an 18 feet high border wall to the child’s father
People do not want to acknowledge Dr. Anthony Fauci’s possible role in contributing to the outbreak of COVID-19, according to a Washington Post columnist.
A 70-year-old Mexican woman was badly beaten by a 23-year-old black woman who thought she was Asian.
Leftists view black people as lacking necessary intelligence to obtain photo identification, Bishop Aubrey Shines, founder and pastor of G2G Ministries in Tampa Bay, FL, and founder of Conservative Clergy of Color,
The Biden administration is seeking to leverage a secret weapon in its bid to get corporate America to pay for a sweeping jobs and infrastructure package: the nation’s some 30 million small businesses.
Chicago’s police accountability office was expected on Thursday to release to the public body-camera video footage showing a police officer shooting and killing a 13-year-old boy in an alley more than two weeks ago.
The United States is preparing for the possibility that a booster shot will be needed between nine to 12 months after people are initially vaccinated against COVID-19, a White House official said on Thursday.
When migrants are discharged from Customs and Border Protection custody, they’re transferred to another government agency or released into local communities
Some 5,800 Americans contracted COVID-19 despite being fully vaccinated against the virus that causes it, federal officials said Thursday.
Anthony Fauci, the top U.S. infectious disease doctor, hopes U.S. regulators will make a quick decision to lift a pause on the Johnson & Johnson vaccine and get that vaccine “back on track,” he said in an interview with Reuters on Thursday.
In 12 American cities run by Democrats, the murder rate is skyrocketing, according to a study by the Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund (LELDF).
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Americans’ faith in organized religion continues to trend down at an accelerated pace.
The former Minnesota police officer charged with manslaughter in the fatal shooting of a 20-year-old Black man during a traffic stop made her first court appearance on Thursday as the family called for “full accountability” for his death.
Sheriff Joe Frank Martinez is worried.
Congressional Democrats plan to introduce legislation on Thursday to expand the U.S. Supreme Court by four justices, a proposal aimed at breaking the conservative grip on the court that promises to draw fierce opposition from Republicans.
A study of more than 3,000 young U.S. Marines found that those without a history of COVID-19 had a five times greater risk of infection than those previously infected, according to findings published in the Lancet Respiratory Medicine journal.
A lawyer for Ghislaine Maxwell has asked a U.S. judge to delay the July 12 criminal trial of Jeffrey Epstein’s former associate by at least 90 days, blaming prosecutors for belatedly adding sex trafficking charges that frustrate her ability to be ready sooner.
President Joe Biden’s infrastructure plan includes $18 billion to upgrade and replace aging Veterans Affairs hospitals, but the agency needs five times that much to bolster facilities and medical staff, a Democratic lawmaker said on Thursday.
A Canadian appeals court on Thursday upheld a Canada-U.S. agreement to turn back asylum seekers, overturning a lower court ruling, siding with the federal government and setting up a possible Supreme Court showdown.
A tip from a Portland Police informant led to arson charges against a woman for allegedly setting fire to a Portland Police union building, according to court papers.
Teachers in California’s Santa Clara county were reportedly instructed last year to hide from students’ parents their “ethnic studies” teaching materials, which describe the United States as a settler colonialist regime responsible for genocide and white supremacy.
A coalition of 1,500 Orthodox Jewish rabbis on Tuesday called out the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), saying the organization has “grossly misplaced charges of anti-Semitism” on Fox News host Tucker Carlson.
The governor of West Virginia signaled that he will not veto a bill banning biological males from women’s sports.