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COVID-19 Relief Bill Provides Billions to Bail Out Abortion Industry
Sen. Steve Daines (R-MT) said the COVID Relief bill provides $400 billion with no protections against its use to fund elective abortions.
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Former Aide Bennett on Cuomo Accusations: The Governor Was 'Trying to Sleep with Me'
Former aide Charlotte Bennett spoke out on Thursday's broadcast of "CBS Evening News" for the first time about her allegations of sexual harassment by Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY).
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MSNBC's Reid: 'Absurdly Racist' to Say Lax Border Policies Help Spread COVID
On Thursday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “ReidOut,” host Joy Reid stated that it’s “anti-immigrant xenophobia” and “absurdly racist” for Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) to claim that the Biden administration’s immigration policies are helping spread coronavirus. Reid said, “After following [Florida
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Carville: Republicans Believe God Wants 'Wealthy White People to Be First in Line to Get the Vaccine'
Former lead strategist for Bill Clinton's 1992 presidential campaign James Carville said Thursday on MSNBC's "The Beat" that Republican philosophy was "God must surely want wealthy white people to be first in line to get the vaccine."
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Fauci: Schools Have Opened with Low Transmission, But 'Still Things We Can Do to Make It Even Safer'
On Thursday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” White House Chief Medical Adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci acknowledged that private and parochial schools have opened and transmission rates in schools that are open have been low, but “there are still things we can
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Trump Endorses Louisiana Sen. John Kennedy for Reelection
Former President Trump gave Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) his "Complete and Total Endorsement" for reelection to the Senate Thursday.
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Exclusive — Rep. Mo Brooks: H.R. 1 Would Make American Elections 'Akin to Old Soviet Union, Cuba, North Korea'
H.R. 1, if enacted into law, would make American elections resemble those in the former Soviet Union, said Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL).
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Wisconsin Democrat: Sports Protection Bill Is Anti-Transgender Bigotry
Wisconsin Democrats are mobilizing against a GOP state bill that would protect young Americans from the intrusion of transgender ideology into their sports and games.
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Dr. Seuss Books to Remain on Shelves at New York Public Library: We Don’t Censor Books
The New York Public Library is not going to remove six Dr. Seuss books because of claims that the content is racist.
Jill Biden Visits Masked Children at School Separated by Plexiglass
At one table, four masked children were separated by plexiglass as the first lady stopped to visit a classroom at Benjamin Franklin Elementary School in Meriden, Connecticut.
Migrant Youth Pipeline to U.S. Surges Nearly 600 Percent Since Trump
The number of migrant youth daily referred to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) for release into the United States has surged nearly 600 percent since President Trump was in office, newly released data reveals.
TV Journalist Reporting on Car Thefts Robbed of Camera in San Francisco
A TV journalist was robbed of his camera at gunpoint while he was reporting on car thefts in the San Francisco area, authorities said.
Joe Biden: Indian Americans 'Are Taking Over this Country'
President Joe Biden joked that Indian-American people were taking over the United States during a call with a NASA team.
WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar & CNN Parent Company Apologize for Saying Coronavirus ‘Really Good for Ratings’
WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar was asked on Thursday if CNN, which falls under WarnerMedia, can keep its ratings momentum going during the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media and Telecom Conference.
Black Lives Matter Leader Arrested for Drunk Driving, Resisting Police
A Black Lives Matter leader in South Bend, Indiana, was arrested for allegedly driving drunk and resisting police.
McConnell Working to Cement Legacy In Kentucky
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is working with the Kentucky legislature to change the current seat vacancy laws when a Senate seat has been vacated before an election.
Biden Commerce Sec. Gina Raimondo: Trump's Steel Tariffs Were 'Effective'
Appearing Thursday on MSNBC, Biden Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo said former President Donald Trump's tariffs on cheap steel and aluminum have been "effective."
YouTube Blacklists Donald Trump's CPAC Speech, Suspends RSBN Channel
The Right Side Broadcasting Network (RSBN), a conservative news broadcaster, received a two-week suspension from YouTube because it covered President Donald Trump's speech at the recent Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).
Rick Scott: Democrat Agenda Against 'American Families, Blue-Collar Workers'
Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL), the chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC), wrote on Thursday that the Democrat agenda proves they are against "American families" and blue-collar workers.
Joe Biden Again Travels 'Home' During CDC Travel Restrictions
Press Secretary Jen Psaki was asked on Thursday if President Joe Biden should set a better example about personal travel during the pandemic, as he plans to fly to Wilmington, Delaware for the weekend again.
Democratic Socialists Call for New York Gov. Cuomo to Resign over Sexual Harassment Claims
The Democratic Socialists of America have called on Democrat New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to resign following sexual harassment claims.
Democrats Concerned about Florida Election Integrity Efforts
South Florida Democrats are concerned about GOP-backed legislation moving through the Florida legislature that would, according to Democrats, cancel all standing mail ballot requests on July 1, 2021, forcing voters to file new applications with their local supervisor of elections if they want to continue to vote by mail (VBM).
L.A. Teachers' Union Under Fire for Racial Profiling of Critical Mom
United Teachers Los Angeles (UTLA), the teachers' union representing educators in the Los Angeles United School District (USDSA), attempted to profile the race of a local mother who criticized the union for opposing school reopening plans.
Poll: Josh Mandel Leads Ohio Senate Primary
A recent poll conducted by WPA Intelligence showing Josh Mandel leads the Ohio Republican Senate primary with 32 percent, a 27 point lead over his closest competitor.
Arkansas Lawmakers Approve Bill to Ban Nearly All Abortions
The Arkansas legislature has voted to approve a measure that would ban nearly all abortions, except those to save the life of the mother.
Mike Pompeo on Possible 2024 Bid: 'I’m Always Up for a Good Fight'
Appearing Wednesday on the Fox News Channel's Hannity, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo signaled openness to running for the White House in 2024 if former President Donald Trump does not.
10K Migrants Apprehended in One Week in Single Texas Border Sector, Says Democrat Congressman
U.S. Representative Henry Cuellar (D-TX) reported the apprehension of approximately 10,000 migrants in the last seven days in the Rio Grande Valley Sector. He said agents apprehended 2,500 in the past two days alone.
Andrew Cuomo: Indoor Residential Gatherings Will 'Remain Limited to 10 People'
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) is not following the lead of states such as Florida and Texas and is instead opting to keep weighty restrictions intact across the Empire State, continuing to limit indoor residential gatherings to ten people.
37 Things to Know About H.R. 1, 'For the People Act'
H.R. 1, the so-called "For the People Act," would radically change American elections in ways that guarantee Democrats would never lose again.
Fauci: Texas Scrapping Masks Is 'Ill-Advised,' 'Quite Risky'
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases head Dr. Anthony Fauci said Thursday on CNN's "The Lead" that Gov. Greg Abbott (R-TX) scrapping mask mandates was "ill-advised."