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WSJ Reporter Sentenced to 16 Years in Prison, Employer Calls It a 'Disgraceful, Sham Conviction'

An American reporter for the Wall Street Journal was sentenced Friday to 16 years in prison after being convicted of espionage in what his employer called "a hurried, secret trial that the U.S. government has condemned as a sham." Evan Gershkovich was ordered to serve the sentence at a high-security...

Turning Pain into Punchlines: 24-Year-Old TikToker's Journey Through Paralysis with Humor

After surviving a life-altering ski accident as a college senior, TikToker Rebecca Koltun has learned to roll with the punches, overcoming adversity with the help of laughter. On March 13, 2024, a cheerful Koltun posted a TikTok video of herself celebrating her third year of surviving a C1-C2 spinal cord...

Woman Tries New Strategy to Kill Bedbugs, Admits to Manslaughter After 11-Year-Old Neighbor Soon Drops Dead

A London woman will not face jail time after admitting a chemical she used to kill bedbugs led to the death of an 11-year-old neighbor. In 2021, Jesmin Akter, 34, used aluminum phosphide to address a bedbug infestation in her east London flat, according to Sky News. She brought the...

Secret Service Not Happy with People Blaming DEI for Bumbling Agents at Trump Rally Shooting

Left-wing media outlets are blaming conservatives for "disgusting" and "misogynist" criticism of the United States Secret Service and its diversity, equity and inclusion policies. CNN reported Thursday that the Secret Service "pushed back" against criticism of the agency's glaringly inept performance at the Saturday rally in Butler, Pennsylvania, where former...

Family Feast: 5 Fast and Flavorful Weeknight Dinner Ideas

We've all been caught in a dinner rut and need fresh inspiration every now and then. Between busy schedules including jobs, school, music lessons, baseball, and church ministry, getting dinner on the table can become a mundane, energy-sucking task. Meal planning can seem overwhelming, but it is the absolute key...

Why an Army Veteran Sold His Farm to Sail the World in Search of Rare Treasure

An Army veteran is sailing the world in search of treasure and adventure, changing communities for the better along his journey. Kyle Davis, once a U.S. Army Infantry combat medic, has a few careers under his belt. He's served in the military, bought land and built a farm, and now...

African Country Issues Massive Fine on Meta for 'Multiple and Repeated' Violations of the Law

Nigeria's government on Friday announced a fine of $220 million on Meta, saying its investigations found “multiple and repeated” violations of the country's data protection and consumer rights laws on Facebook and WhatsApp. A statement from Nigeria’s Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission listed five ways that Meta violated data...

Democratic Governor Pushes Back on Biden's Green Energy Plan, Signs Law Pumping the Brakes on All New Projects

Democratic Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed legislation into law on Thursday regulating new carbon capture sequestration projects in the state. The law, commonly referred to as the Safe CCS Act, places a two-year moratorium on the construction of carbon dioxide pipelines until either July 2026 or until the Federal Pipeline...

WSJ Reporter Sentenced to 16 Years in Prison, Employer Calls It a 'Disgraceful, Sham Conviction'

An American reporter for the Wall Street Journal was sentenced Friday to 16 years in prison after being convicted of espionage in what his employer called "a hurried, secret trial… READ MORE >>

Turning Pain into Punchlines: 24-Year-Old TikToker's Journey Through Paralysis with Humor

After surviving a life-altering ski accident as a college senior, TikToker Rebecca Koltun has learned to roll with the punches, overcoming adversity with the help of laughter. On March 13,… READ MORE >>

Woman Tries New Strategy to Kill Bedbugs, Admits to Manslaughter After 11-Year-Old Neighbor Soon Drops Dead

A London woman will not face jail time after admitting a chemical she used to kill bedbugs led to the death of an 11-year-old neighbor. In 2021, Jesmin Akter, 34,… READ MORE >>

Secret Service Not Happy with People Blaming DEI for Bumbling Agents at Trump Rally Shooting

Left-wing media outlets are blaming conservatives for "disgusting" and "misogynist" criticism of the United States Secret Service and its diversity, equity and inclusion policies. CNN reported Thursday that the Secret… READ MORE >>

Family Feast: 5 Fast and Flavorful Weeknight Dinner Ideas

We've all been caught in a dinner rut and need fresh inspiration every now and then. Between busy schedules including jobs, school, music lessons, baseball, and church ministry, getting dinner… READ MORE >>

Why an Army Veteran Sold His Farm to Sail the World in Search of Rare Treasure

An Army veteran is sailing the world in search of treasure and adventure, changing communities for the better along his journey. Kyle Davis, once a U.S. Army Infantry combat medic,… READ MORE >>

African Country Issues Massive Fine on Meta for 'Multiple and Repeated' Violations of the Law

Nigeria's government on Friday announced a fine of $220 million on Meta, saying its investigations found “multiple and repeated” violations of the country's data protection and consumer rights laws on… READ MORE >>

Democratic Governor Pushes Back on Biden's Green Energy Plan, Signs Law Pumping the Brakes on All New Projects

Democratic Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed legislation into law on Thursday regulating new carbon capture sequestration projects in the state. The law, commonly referred to as the Safe CCS Act,… READ MORE >>

Trump speaks with Zelensky about assassination attempt in believed first call since leaving office

Former President Donald Trump spoke with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on the phone, ostensibly for the first time since leaving office in January 2021. As his chances of victory in… [...]

Democrats sue red state governor over fundraising law

The Democratic Party of Georgia is suing Gov. Brian Kemp (R-GA) over a campaign finance law the party argues is unconstitutional, according to a complaint. In the complaint, which was… [...]

Vulnerable Democrat Sherrod Brown asks Biden to suspend reelection bid

Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH), who faces a competitive reelection campaign, became the fourth Senate Democrat to call on President Joe Biden to drop out of the 2024 presidential race. “Over… [...]

Black women favor Harris candidacy as minority support for Biden drops

President Joe Biden has suffered a steep drop in support among black women, who increasingly say they would favor a Kamala Harris candidacy, per a new poll. According to the… [...]

Ana Navarro says bandage should have been over Trump’s mouth during RNC speech

Ana Navarro argued Friday that former President Donald Trump should have worn his bandage over his “mouth” instead of his ear while speaking at the Republican National Convention. While many… [...]

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