By  Frank Camp | The Daily Wire On Friday, the North Dakota state Senate passed a bill banning the teaching of Critical Race Theory in public schools; the state House of Representatives passed the bill the day before.…

By CHRISTOPHER TREMOGLIE | The Daily Caller The Federal Bureau of Investigation said Saturday that one of its email servers was hacked and spam emails had been sent to the public. From the FBI’s email…

By Brad Polumbo | Fee.org Politicians, including President Biden, are quick to point to the fact that nominal wages are rising—but they're leaving out crucial context. Wages rose 0.4 percent in October. That’s good news,…

Sean Adl-Tabatabai | nNewspunch.com Polk County Sheriff’s Office detectives conducted the undercover pedophile ring operation from July 27th through August 1st, 2021, during which detectives posed as juveniles online to investigate those who prey upon…

By Natalia Mittelstadt | JustTheNews.com Ballot images are crucial for election records and are required by both federal and state law to be retained for 22 months and 24 months, respectively. Seventy-four of Georgia's counties has…

By Angela Petrie | TownHall.com   As a teacher, union membership has always been more of an expectation than a suggestion—and I’ve been a dues-paying, card-carrying member of my union since I started teaching 25 years…

by Jerry Dunleavy | Washington Examiner Special counsel John Durham provided 81,000 pages of discovery to indicted Democratic lawyer Michael Sussmann in his criminal inquiry into the Russia investigation, court filings show. The reams of documents, which reveal…

By Melissa Quinn | CBS News Washington — Former Secretary of State Colin Powell died Monday morning due to complications from COVID-19, his family announced. He was 84. Powell, the first Black secretary of state and…

By John Rigolizzo | The DailyWire Gas prices rose to the highest levels since 2014, amid increased demand and concerns about supply. According to AAA, the national average for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline rose…

by Paul Bedard, | Washington Examiner In the worst showing since becoming president, President Joe Biden’s approval has fallen to its lowest ever, and the public no longer feels his team is competent, honest, or led…

By Amber Athey | By Spectator World President Donald Trump spoke exclusively with Amber Athey, The Spectator’s Washington editor, via phone on Wednesday. The interview covered a range of topics, including the Biden administration’s politicization of the…

By Wendell Husebo | Breitbart.com The first Hunter Biden “art” exhibition was held on Friday in Los Angeles to sell Hunter’s paintings for $500,000 to nearly 200 anonymous buyers, Mother Jones reported Tuesday. According to…

By Sam Dorman | Fox News DOJ issued a memo after NSBA suggested school boards might be facing domestic terrorism. The Justice Department (DOJ) is facing a wave of backlash as parents criticize its recent decision to investigate potential…

By Dom Calicchio | Fox News Many in the crowd said that they didn’t like the size of the Democrats’ proposed infrastructure and safety-net spending bills. President Biden traveled to Michigan on Tuesday to promote his stalling "Build Back Better"…

By Nick Monroe | The Post Millennial In a follow-up to activists cornering Senator Sinema in a restroom stall over the weekend, someone on the Arizona Senator’s flight to DC filmed herself approaching Sinema’s plane…

By The Center Square Staff  The Austin Police Department is warning it won’t be responding to non-life-threatening 911 calls. Starting Friday, Austin’s sworn police officers will no longer be responding in person to non-emergency calls because…