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Some Air Marshals to Refuse Mexican Border Deployment

They are being reassigned outside of their official roles. More than a dozen Transportation Security Administration (TSA) air marshals reportedly intend to refuse deployment to the U.S.-Mexico border…

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Tuesday, August 3

Today, the president will take part in a ceremony at the White House commemorating the two-year anniversary of the El Paso Walmart shooting. President Joe Biden and Vice…

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Tuesday, May 23

Today, Chairman Tom McClintock will oversee the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration Integrity, Security, and Enforcement hearing on the border crisis. Testifying before the subcommittee will be a…

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Sunday, March 27

Today, President Joe Biden is back at the White House following his trip to Europe. At this time, he has no public events on his schedule beyond his…

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President Plans to Remove Sudan from Terrorism List

Action comes as that nation agrees to pay American victims of terror. President Trump said on Monday that the U.S. State Department will remove Sudan from the list…

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Education Department Announces Further COVID Funding

Over $54 billion in relief is now available to support reopening K-12 schools. On her last day as the Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos announced emergency relief funding…

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Labor Department Supports Dominican Sugarcane Workers

Providing $3 million for education due to “egregious working conditions.“ The Department of Labor (DOL) is awarding $3 million for the education of labor rights for sugar workers…

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DOD Celebrates Military Spouse Appreciation Month in May

Deputy assistant secretary of defense calls military spouses the “heart and backbone” of the military community. The Department of Defense (DoD) will be celebrating Military Spouse Appreciation Month…

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Admiral Brett Giroir, Asst. Sec. for Health

Admiral Brett Giroir is a pediatrician and the Assistant Secretary for Health. He is also the principal adviser for public health and science, as well as the chief…

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Publishers Clearing House Agrees to Settle with FTC

Feds brought a lawsuit against the company for deceptive practices and misleading marketing. Publishers Clearing House (PCH) has agreed to pay a $18.5 million settlement after the Federal…

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