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The next war on terror is directed at US citizens: Greenwald
Independent journalist Glenn Greenwald shared his concerns over the House passing a domestic terrorism bill Thursday on "The Ingraham Angle."
GOP lawmaker: The WHO is 'striking lines' through language where countries have to agree
Rep. Chris Smith brought to light how the WHO is reportedly altering language that provides the ability for countries to agree on what to enforce Thursday on "The Ingraham Angle."
Ingraham: Have soaring prices gotten your attention yet?
Laura Ingraham asked Thursday if the economic chaos unfolding is the result of “incompetence or careful planning.”
Greg Gutfeld: Favor the individual over identity politics
Greg Gutfeld discusses the danger of identity politics on "Gutfeld!"
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Hannity blasts Biden as a 'sleazy, corrupt, career Washington insider'
"Hannity" host Sean Hannity blasted President Joe Biden for the nation's record setting gas prices.
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Celtics vs Heat Game 2 score: Marcus Smart's return pays dividends for Boston as series tied 1-1
Marcus Smart made a major impact for the Celtics in their Game 2 win.
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Graham: A plan needs to be talked about to 'give American people hope'
Sen. Lindsey Graham discusses how Biden's policies are not working and how Republicans should work to fix the mounting issues on "Hannity."
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Levin declares US recession, blames 'Democrats' invasion of Washington DC'
President Biden has ushered in a recession, Mark Levin said on "Hannity."
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Tucker: Biden administration is close to giving WHO power over every intimate aspect of your life
Tucker Carlson raises concerns over Biden giving power to the World Health Organization over U.S. health policy on "Tucker Carlson Tonight."
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Lightning vs Panthers Game 2 score: Ross Colton's goal in final seconds stuns Florida, NHL fans
The Tampa Bay Lightning went up 2-0 in the series against the Florida Panthers thanks to a shot from Ross Colton.
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NBA legend Bob Cousy defends 'firemen and the plumbers' he played against after former player's dis
Bob Cousy finally responded to J.J. Redick's knock on his era in a radio interview on Thursday.
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Body of California woman murdered nearly 18 years ago found in shallow grave
The remains of Cynthia Alonza were discovered buried in a shallow grave in California nearly 18 years after her murder.
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Tennessee Supreme Court rules in favor of Gov. Bill Lee's school voucher program
The Tennessee Supreme Court ruled in favor of Gov. Bill Lee's school voucher program on Wednesday.
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Karl Rove: PA and NC primaries are showing Republican turnout is larger than Democratic turnout
Fox News contributor Karl Rove provided his predictions on voter turnout for the upcoming midterms Thursday on "Jesse Watters Primetime."
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Baby formula shortage: how the government may be partially responsible
Jason Riley of the Wall Street Journal offers new insight into the baby formula crisis on "Special Report."
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Texas governor braces for Title 42's end, says Houston-equivalent population will cross annually
Gov. Greg Abbott talked about the unprecedented number of illegal migrants entering into Texas after Title 42 Thursday on "Jesse Watters Primetime."
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Brad Paisley says Ellen DeGeneres ‘changed TV’: ‘I remember the buzz’
Brad Paisley joined Ellen DeGeneres on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" 18 years after his first appearance. The country music star shared that the comedian "changed TV."
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McConnell defends Senate's passage of $40B in Ukrainian aid after surprise trip to meet Zelenskyy
Mitch McConnell discusses the Senate's passage of $40 billion in Ukrainian aid Thursday on "Special Report."
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Lightning's Corey Perry suffers nasty cut in pregame warmups, scores first goal of Game 2 vs. Panthers
Lightning winger Corey Perry started Game 2 against the Florida Panthers off Thursday night with a goal after suffering a cut to his right eye in pregame warmups.
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Nick Saban, Jimbo Fisher tit-for-tat yields SEC reprimand
Nick Saban and Jimbo Fisher's war of words prompted a reprimand from SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey
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Tennessee teen arrested for murder after high school graduation shooting leaves 1 dead
Police arrested a 17-year-old on a first-degree murder charge after a shooting at Middle Tennessee State University, which hosted a graduation ceremony for Riverdale High School
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Shellenberger: Most people look at these guys and think they are incompetent
Michael Shellenberger discussed why he is running for governor of California and how Gov. Gavin Newsom's policies have wrecked the state on "Jesse Watters Primetime."
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Ellen Barkin testifies against Johnny Depp: A look at exes' romance and what she said on the stand
Ellen Barkin described Johnny Depp as "controlling" and "jealous" while testifying in a videotaped deposition against her ex-boyfriend in the ongoing Amber Heard defamation trial.
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Crystal Palace's Patrick Vieira goes after Everton supporter who taunted manager
Everton supporters appeared to irk Crystal Palace manager Patrick Vieira at the end of their match
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California Mercedes-Benz ‘something out of 007 movie,’ had license plate flipper, gas device, cops say
A Mercedes Benz driven by two vehicle burglary suspects in California had features likened to the famous "James Bond" films.
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Oklahoma bill banning nearly all abortions goes to governor's desk
Oklahoma lawmakers sent a bill to Gov. Kevin Stitt's desk on Thursday that would ban almost all abortions from the moment of fertilization.
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Michigan police say 1 shot at high school during graduation ceremony
Police in Michigan tweeted that at least one person has been shot while a graduation ceremony was reportedly taking place at East Kentwood High School.
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Johnny Cash mural springs a curious leak after vandal shoots hometown water tower in 'sensitive area'
The Johnny Cash water tower was hit in such a way to make it appear as though "the Man in Black" is urinating over the Arkansas town.
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Pentagon spox John Kirby joining White House comms team for senior role: Report
This marks the latest shakeup at the White House.
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Watters: This is how the media will cover this hellacious summer
Jesse Watters explained how this summer could be worse than the summer of 2020 given rising tensions Thursday on "Jesse Watters Primetime."
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