DHS Seeks Changes to Work Visas 

The department is trying to increase efficiency and improve processes. The Department of Homeland Security announced a series of plans that would change how the government grants work…

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Supreme Court Turns Away Defamation Case

A mining company’s CEO being described as a “felon” was not slander. The Supreme Court denied an appeal made by former mining CEO Donald Blankenship to hold media…

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Supreme Court Responds to More Ethics Questions

Reports of Supreme Court staff promoting Justice Sotomayor’s books to libraries and colleges prompt questions. A recent investigation revealed that the staff of Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor…

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White House Acknowledges President’s Sleep Apnea

Journalist questions marks on the president’s face from the use of a C-PAP machine. White House officials said Wednesday that President Joe Biden has begun using a continuous…

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U.S. Envoy Visits Reporter Imprisoned in Russia

Russia arrests Wall Street Journal reporter for alleged spying. U.S. Ambassador to Russia Lynne Tracy visited reporter Evan Gershkovich in Moscow’s Lefortovo detention center. Russia’s Federal Security Service…

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House Begins Investigation into Hunter Biden Laptop

Social media and news organizations banned or suppressed the story in 2020. The House Oversight Committee conducted an investigation this past week into material allegedly hidden on a…

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