Federal Legislators Request Extended Pause on Weapons Exports

Two senators and two representatives send a letter to the Commerce secretary. Senators Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Dick Durbin of Illinois were joined by Representatives Joaquin Castro…

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Senator Sanders’ Potential Freeze of Israeli Aid Voted Down

Senators voice bipartisan concerns surrounding the resolution that could have halted support. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont introduced a resolution that would have frozen American aid to Israel. The…

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Nearly a Dozen Plead Guilty for Migrant Smuggling

DOJ brought charges against 11 individuals in federal court. A Texas woman and ten other defendants have pled guilty in a human smuggling and money laundering case brought…

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UN Urges Alabama to Halt Untested Nitrogen Execution

Concerns surround the possibility that this form of execution could be cruel and painful. The United Nations (UN) Human Rights Office expressed concern over the state of Alabama’s…

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Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter Passes Away at 96

She was an advocate for women’s rights, caregivers, and mental health. Former President Jimmy Carter’s wife Rosalynn Carter passed away at home in Plains, Georgia, on Sunday at…

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Presidents Biden and Xi to Meet Wednesday 

They will discuss “a range of regional, global, and transnational issues.”  A meeting is scheduled for Wednesday in the San Francisco Bay area between President Joe Biden and…

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Senator Tuberville Calls for Funding to be Pulled from UN 

UN did not pass a resolution condemning Hamas for its attacks on Israel.  Senator Tommy Tuberville of Alabama called for the United States to withdraw all funding from…

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Legislation Introduced to Stop Funding Radicals in Academia

Congressman calls for moral clarity in high education. U.S. Representative Chip Roy of Texas has introduced legislation to defund and make accountable the United Nations Relief and Work…

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U.S. Restricts Imports from Chinese Companies Using Forced Labor

Three companies in Xinjiang accused of forcing Uyghur people to work. The United States added three more Chinese companies to its list of restricted imports this week, in…

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Biden Administration Declassifies 1973 CIA Briefs About Chile

The State Department says this “demonstrates our enduring commitment to the U.S.-Chile partnership.“  The Department of State finalized the declassification of two of the President’s Daily Briefs (PDB)…

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