5:30pm By Elizabeth Troutman
A 29-year-old biological male on Saturday beat a teenage girl to the top prize in the women's division a New York City skateboarding contest, sparking criticism from skateboarders about biological men competing in women's sports.…
5:00pm By Chuck Ross
Democratic Kansas governor Laura Kelly is offering job applicants the chance of a lifetime: the opportunity to work for the state's Democratic Party under an executive director whom employees have accused of abuse.…
4:30pm By Robert Schmad
Green Day lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong told British concertgoers Friday he plans to renounce his U.S. citizenship after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.…
4:10pm By Kevin Daley
A judge on Monday blocked a New York City law that would allow almost one million foreigners to vote in municipal elections.
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4:05pm By Robert Schmad
Longtime Chicago congressman Danny Davis (D.) was ridiculed by Twitter users over the abysmal production quality of a campaign advertisement video he released on Saturday.…
4:00pm By Josh Christenson
A transgender activist who creates widely distributed educational resources for nonbinary students called for a "Supreme Court assassination challenge" on the same day Roe v. Wade was overturned.…
3:20pm By Washington Free Beacon Staff
Left-wing lawyer and #Resistance hero Neal Katyal, who once represented al Qaeda terrorists, said on Monday that Republican states could soon ban over-the-counter pain medication such as Tylenol.…
2:20pm By Adam Kredo
An organization representing Presbyterian churches across America is poised to pass an anti-Israel resolution that opponents say endangers the Jewish community and will contribute to anti-Semitic violence.…
1:58pm By Reuters
WASHINGTON (Reuters)—The U.S. Supreme Court, in the latest in a spate of decisions expanding religious liberty, ruled on Monday that a Washington state public school district violated the rights of a Christian high school football coach who was suspended for…
1:50pm By Elizabeth Troutman
Pro-abortion protesters incited violence across the nation's cities in response to the Supreme Court's Friday ruling to overturn Roe v. Wade.
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1:50pm By Adam Kredo
Jewish and pro-Israel organizations across the political spectrum are calling on the White House to withdraw the nomination of an ambassadorial candidate who is under fire for anti-Semitic remarks.…
1:40pm By Ginger Morrow
More than a million voters across 43 states have left the Democratic Party and registered as Republicans in the last year, according to an analysis of voting data by the Associated Press. …
12:45pm By Robert Schmad
As more students fail to meet academic standards in Seattle, public education officials in the city are proposing diversity, equity, and inclusion programs should receive more funding than core academic subjects.…
10:21am By Reuters
(Reuters)—A U.S. federal appeals court on Friday put on hold the Food and Drug Administration's ban on sales of Juul Labs Inc's e-cigarettes, after the company appealed the health agency's order and said the ban would cause it "irreparable harm".…
5:00am By Collin Anderson
Michigan Democratic governor Gretchen Whitmer says she's added 25,000 "good-paying auto jobs" during her tenure. The state has actually lost thousands of auto jobs on her watch, labor statistics show.…
Sun 5:00am By Naomi Schaefer Riley
"Look, Mom, that one has a Christmas tree." That's what one of my kids yelled out while we were going with some friends to Teddy Roosevelt Island last winter. It's true, as they noticed, that the homeless encampments along the Potomac were more scenic and…
Sun 4:59am By Tim Rice
When it comes to politics, historical comparisons aren't always fair.
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Sat 7:38pm By Joseph Simonson and Aaron Sibarium
If the leak of Roe v. Wade’s demise was a bang, the left’s commitment to terrorizing Supreme Court justices in their homes went out with a whimper.
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Sat 5:00am By John Podhoretz
On one extraordinary February night in 1979, three television networks went to war. It was the Sunday night of sweeps week, when ad rates for the upcoming season were set, and CBS decided to go for the gold by running Gone with the Wind, the most popular movie…
Sat 4:59am By Elizabeth Troutman
A group of parents in Maryland’s largest school district have a proposal to prevent school shootings that doesn’t require banning guns.
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