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Rivian Cuts Workforce, Announces Lower Production; Shares Tumble

By Naveen Athrappully Rivian will lay off 10 percent of its salaried workforce amid “challenging” economic conditions, the Amazon-backed electric truck maker stated on Feb. 21, sending its share price tumbling. Along with the layoffs, Rivian also announced that it expects to produce only 57,000 vehicles in 2024, far below the 81,700 units estimated by…

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US, UK Lead Retaliatory Strike Against Houthis in Yemen

By Naveen Athrappully Multiple nations, led by the United States and the UK, carried out strikes against the Houthis in Yemen on Feb. 24 following the terrorist group’s continued attacks against naval and commercial vessels traveling through the Red Sea and surrounding waters. The strikes were supported by Australia, Bahrain, Denmark, Canada, the Netherlands, and…

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Trump Private Investigator: New Phone Data Casts Serious Doubt on Fani Willis Relationship

By Jack Phillips Former President Donald Trump’s Georgia attorneys hired a private investigator to obtain calls between the Fulton County district attorney and her special counsel, finding they allegedly made more than 2,000 calls and 12,000 texts in 2021, many months before their relationship allegedly started, according to a court filing. Trump attorneys Steve Sadow…

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A Veteran Asks: Why Do You Keep Saying ‘Militant’ Instead of ‘Terrorist,’ and ‘Executed’ Instead of ‘Murdered’?

By Scott Faith and Battlefields Staff There are many disturbing trends that I have noticed in the aftermath of Hamas’ recent terrorist attack against Israel. One of the main ones is the language being used to describe it. The war between Israel and Hamas has a very heavy information warfare component—one that Hamas seems to…

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NY Court Strikes Down Law That Let Noncitizens Vote in Local Elections

By Tom Ozimek A state appeals court on Feb. 21 declared as unconstitutional a New York City law permitting noncitizen voting in local elections—a victory for election integrity advocates and opponents of the legislation who mounted a legal challenge. “We determine that this local law was enacted in violation of the New York State Constitution…

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Lara Trump Vows Largest-Ever Legal ‘Ballot Harvesting’ Operation If Elected RNC Co-chair

By Janice Hisle NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C.—Lara Trump says efforts of “historic” proportions are needed to ensure that Republicans, including her father-in-law, former President Donald Trump, win the Nov. 5 election. Ms. Trump says she is ready to take on that challenge if she becomes co-chair of the Republican National Committee (RNC), as President Trump has…

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Fixation on CO2 Ignores Real Driver of Temperature, Experts Say

By Katie Spence Each year from 2023 to 2030, climate change sustainable development goals will cost every person in economies such as the United States $2,026, the U.N. Conference on Trade and Development estimates. In lower-income economies, the per-person annual cost ranges from $332 to $1,864. In total, the global price tag comes to about…

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Hunter Biden Says DOJ Misrepresented Sawdust as Cocaine to Make Him Look Bad

By Tom Ozimek Attorneys for President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, have accused “reckless” federal prosecutors of tarnishing their client’s reputation by publicly releasing a photograph showing lines of sawdust that they misrepresented as cocaine. Mr. Biden’s attorneys, Abbe Lowell and Bartholomew Dalton, made the allegation that prosecutors were misrepresenting evidence in a Feb. 20…

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Board of Ethics to Take up Ethics Complaints Targeting Fani Willis

By Jack Phillips The Fulton County Board of Ethics in Georgia confirmed Wednesday that it will take up multiple complaints against Trump prosecutor and District Attorney Fani Willis. In a letter, the county board said that it will “hold a special meeting” on possible Willis ethics violations on March 7, saying that “members of the…

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Trump Warns of Business Exodus, Kevin O‘Leary Says Court Ruling Turns New York Into Uninvestable ’Mega Loser State’

By Tom Ozimek Former President Donald Trump said Saturday that the recent court ruling that fined him over $350 million would spark a business exodus from New York State, while venture capitalist Kevin O’Leary said the ruling turned New York into an uninvestable “mega loser state.” In a civil fraud trial that accused the former…

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Trump Rails Against $355 Million New York Ruling at Michigan Rally

By Janice Hisle A day after a New York judge issued a ruling fining former President Donald Trump and his businesses $355 million, the former president began a Michigan rally by calling the decision “a lawless, unconstitutional atrocity that sets fire to our laws.” Speaking to a crowd that overflowed an airport hangar in Waterford…

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Supreme Court Could Set Landmark Precedent in Trump Jan. 6 Case

By Sam Dorman For the second time this year, the Supreme Court could hear oral arguments on a relatively untested area of constitutional law as it relates to former President Donald Trump and set a landmark precedent that could affect the 2024 presidential race. Chief Justice John Roberts showed interest on Feb. 13 in reviewing…

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