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China Drills for Sediment Core in Disputed South China Sea
China recently completed deep-sea drilling to obtain sediment core in an undisclosed location in the South China Sea.
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AP: Hollywood, Broadway Respond to Expose Detailing Abuse and Bullying by Producer Scott Rudin With 'Critics'
NEW YORK (AP) — How have Hollywood and Broadway responded to an exposé detailing routine abuse and bullying by producer Scott Rudin? Mostly, with crickets.
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Comedian Charlyne Yi Calls Out James Franco, Seth Rogen over Misconduct on 'The Disaster Artist'
Actress-comedian Charlyne Yi has called out James Franco and Seth Rogen over their behavior during the making of the 2017 movie "The Disaster Artist," claiming the production attempted to "bribe" her after she tried to quit the movie in protest over Franco's alleged acts of sexual misconduct.
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Cher: If They're No Democrats to Protect America, GOP Will Achieve the Dream of White Supremacy
Left-wing pop superstar Cher believes Democrats are the only thing standing in the way of the GOP achieving what she says is the party's "dream of white supremacy," contending "they bring Jim Crow back" despite the fact that Democrats historically introduced, supported, and championed Jim Crow Laws in the U.S.
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Republican House Judiciary Members Witness Border Crisis: This Is ‘Biden’s Mess’; America Has Become ‘Sanctuary Nation’
McALLEN, Texas — Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) led several Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee on a two-day visit to McAllen this week where they witnessed the ongoing border crisis, and all members — as they recapped their visit — said the Biden administration was at fault for surging numbers of illegal migrants.
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AZ Gov. Ducey Signs Bill into Law that Prohibits Private Funding of Election Administration
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signed a bill into law on Friday that prohibits the private funding of election administration in the state.
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American, United, Southwest Grounding Boeing 737 Max Jets
American, United, and Southwest Airlines are grounding their Boeing 737 Max jets yet again due to what Boeing says are electrical system issues with the model.
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Man Who Believed He Was Giving Phones to Help ISIS Sentenced to 13 Years in Prison
An Illinois man who thought he was providing phones to help the Islamic State commit attacks was sentenced Friday to 13 and a half years in prison.
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Police: Guard at Miami Juvenile Facility Had Sex with 15-Year-Old Inmate
A guard at a Miami, Florida, juvenile detention facility is accused of having sex with a 15-year-old inmate.
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Exclusive: ZOA Slams ‘Deeply Troubling’ Tweets of House Committee, Ilhan Omar on Holocaust Remembrance Day
Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) President Morton Klein blasted the House Foreign Affairs Committee (HFA) as well as Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) on Friday, after tweeting out messages on Holocaust Remembrance Day viewed as “reprehensible,” “hateful” and “antisemitic.”
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Rep. Dan Crenshaw Says He Will Be "Effectively Blind" for a Month After Emergency Surgery
Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) announced Saturday he underwent emergency eye surgery and will be effectively blind for about a month.
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Portland Plans to Combat Crime with Unarmed Park Rangers
Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler reportedly backed down from his request the police bureau be given $2 million in emergency funds and instead voted with city commissioners to spend $6 million on grants to community groups and also hire 24 park rangers.
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Charlie Kirk Joins Talkradio 77 WABC, Where Rush Limbaugh First Launched his Radio Career
Charlie Kirk will be joining Talkradio 77 WABC, where the late Rush Limbaugh first launched his national career.
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Pinkerton: Joe Biden, First Elected in the 1970s, Is Bringing Back the 1970s
Joe Biden’s policies are echoing Jimmy Carter’s in what’s typically the most important issue-area for any president: economic policy.
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North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee: 'There Is a Certain Migration Taking Place' as People Flee Democrat Party
North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee, a lifelong Democrat who this week announced his departure from the Democrat Party to join the Republican Party, told Breitbart News Saturday there is a "certain migration taking place" as people question "where they belong and who they want to align with" ideologically.
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Brooks: Infrastructure Plan 'Will Not Be Paid For'
On Friday’s “PBS NewsHour,” New York Times columnist David Brooks predicted that President Joe Biden’s infrastructure package won’t be paid for since Democrats will keep all the spending in the bill, but will compromise on the tax increases in the plan. Brooks
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VIDEO: Tornado Rips Through Central Mississippi
Tornadoes and severe thunderstorms ripped through central Mississippi, causing widespread damage to the area, according to videos and photos of the incident.
Sanders: Infrastructure Includes Housing, Guaranteed Health Care, Dealing with College Debt
On Saturday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Velshi,” Senate Budget Committee Chair Bernie Sanders (I-VT) said that housing is “human infrastructure” and that for him, infrastructure includes having an educated workforce, which means “all of our kids should have the ability to
Lost Migrant Woman Dies After Crossing Border into Texas
A 27-year-old woman from Central Mexico died shortly after crossing the Rio Grande into Texas when she apparently got lost and suffered from heat exhaustion and dehydration. The woman is the 24th migrant to die in that region so far this year, Mexican authorities revealed.
Federal Judge Rules First Amendment Case Against University of Virginia May Proceed
A federal judge recently ruled a University of Virginia (UVA) School of Medicine student, who was suspended for questioning the validity of "microaggressions" at an academic panel discussion, may move forward with a lawsuit against the school for allegedly violating his First Amendment rights.
Mitch McConnell Blasts Joe Biden's New Court Packing Commission, a 'Direct Assault' on the Judiciary
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) released a statement Friday calling President Joe Biden's court-packing commission a "direct assault on our nation’s independent judiciary."
Exclusive - Rep. Drew Ferguson: Stuffing Infrastructure Bill with Green New Deal, 'Liberal Wish List' Will Not Garner GOP Support
Rep. Drew Ferguson (R-GA), the House Republican chief deputy whip, told Breitbart News in an exclusive statement Friday that Democrats stuffing the $2.5 trillion coronavirus bill would not garner Republican support for the legislation.
Sri Lanka Beauty Pageant Ends in Attack on Winner, Arrests
Sri Lankan police arrested the reigning “Mrs. World” on assault charges Thursday after she forcibly removed the crown from the head of the new “Mrs. Sri Lanka" this week.
SCOTUS: California Must Allow In-Home Religious Gatherings
The Supreme Court ruled in a 5-4 decision late on Friday that California must lift its coronavirus pandemic restrictions on in-home religious gatherings and prayer meetings.
Feds Open Two Migrant Children Detention Centers -- near Canadian Border
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services officials announced the opening of two more Emergency Intake Sites (EIS) to move increasing numbers of unaccompanied children out of Customs and Border Protection custody. The move mirrors recent announcements by HHS to address the surge in unaccompanied children migrants flooding the southern border.
Big Tech Gains Momentum in Censoring ‘When Harry Became Sally’
Yet another bookseller has followed Amazon’s lead in removing a bestselling book questioning the advisability of sex reassignment surgery.
Prince Philip’s Funeral to Be at Windsor Castle on April 17, Prince Harry to Attend
LONDON (AP) — Prince Philip’s royal ceremonial funeral will take place April 17 at Windsor Castle — a slimmed-down service amid the COVID-19 pandemic that will be entirely closed to the public.
Prosecutor: Salvini Should Not Be Tried for Migrant Policy
ROME (AP) — An Italian prosecutor on Saturday told a court in Sicily that there’s no reason to order right-wing leader Matteo Salvini to stand trial for alleged kidnapping for his role in keeping rescued migrants aboard a coast guard ship for days in the summer of 2019.
Border 'Spiraling Out of Control,' Say U.S. Reps
A group of Republican congressmen said the border is "spiraling out of control" following a recent tour in Southwest Texas. The group visited detention and processing centers in the Del Rio Border Patrol Sector.
British Public Won't Welcome Meghan and Harry at Prince Philip's Funeral, Says Farage
The California-based Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will not be welcomed home by the British public, even for the funeral of Prince Philip, Nigel Farage has said.