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CNN Records Lowest Ratings Week in 9 Years

By Samantha Flom CNN is ending January on a low note—the lowest the news network has seen in nine years, to be exact. According to The Wrap, for the week of Jan. 16 through Jan. 22, Nielsen ratings showed CNN averaged just 444,000 primetime viewers, with 93,000 in the crucial 25–54 age demographic. For daytime programming, the…

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Norway Finds Rare Earth Metals That Could Make Europe Less Dependent on China

By Ingolfur Stephansson Norwegian scientists have made a discovery of rare earth metals in the country’s northern region. The findings have the potential to transform the country’s economy and secure its place as a major player in the global market for high-tech and green technology. Furthermore, the findings could make Europe less dependent on China for the…

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Former Twitter Execs Set to Testify Before Congress on Hunter Biden Laptop Case

By Ryan Morgan Former executives of Twitter are scheduled to testify before Congress about the company’s decision, ahead of the 2020 election, to suppress reporting about a laptop that reportedly belonged to Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden. In an emailed statement to NTD News, House Oversight Committee Communications Director Jessica Collins confirmed that former Twitter executives Vijaya Gadde, James…

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Biden Announces $1.2 Billion in Mega Grants as Republicans Target ‘Wasteful Spending’ in Debt Cap Standoff

By Tom Ozimek President Joe Biden on Jan. 31 announced nearly $1.2 billion in mega grants for a series of infrastructure projects, including $292 million to build a new rail tunnel beneath the Hudson River between New York and New Jersey, which comes amid a government borrowing limit standoff with Republicans who are pushing for spending curbs.…

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Arizona the Next Big Push for Drug Cartels as Border Crisis Worsens

By Allan Stien SAN LUIS, Ariz.—A tangled coil of razor wire marks the end of a segment of the border wall between San Luis, Arizona, and Mexico, but it’s just the beginning for illegal migrants entering the city day and night. Separating two parallel wall sections with 30-foot-high steel bollards is a narrow stretch of…

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Illegal Crossings Soar 743 Percent at US–Canada Border as Migrant Crisis Worsens

By Tom Ozimek Illegal border crossings have soared more than sevenfold in the U.S. Border Patrol’s Swanton Sector, officials said, with agents apprehending more illegal aliens in New Hampshire, New York, and Vermont in two months than in the previous two years combined. U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) said in a statement that, between Oct. 1,…

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Illegal Alien Sentenced to Life in Prison for Killing 3 People in Missouri

By Naveen Athrappully Luis Perez, an illegal alien residing in the United States under former President Barack Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) immigration program, has been sentenced to life in prison for the murders of three people in Springfield, Missouri, in 2018. Perez, 27, received five consecutive life sentences on Jan. 6. He was found guilty…

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House Intelligence Committee Chair Says ‘Grave Concern’ Over Contents of Biden, Pence Classified Documents

By Katabella Roberts House Intelligence Committee Chair Mike Turner (R-Ohio) said on Jan. 29 that there is “grave concern” about the contents of classified documents found at the homes of President Joe Biden and former Vice President Mike Pence, adding that the discoveries suggest a “systematic problem” in the way that classified documents are handled among those at the highest levels…

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Ernst Decries Thousands of Federal Workers Who Fraudulently Received COVID Unemployment Checks

By Mark Tapscott Thousands of federal workers applied for and received COVID-19-related unemployment benefits and continued getting their regular paychecks during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Sen. Joni Ernst (R-Iowa), who’s calling for a federal investigation to identify the offenders and recover the tax dollars improperly paid to them. “Staff from numerous government agencies, including the IRS, TSA [Transportation…

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Scandal? What Scandal?

By Cal Thomas Commentary In our relativistic age in which everyone has his or her own “truth” and none is to be preferred over another so long as the individual feels good about it, why should anything be considered scandalous? If truth is subjective rather than objective, who is to say what is right and…

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Fuel Costs of Electric Vehicles Overtake Gas-Powered Cars: Study

By Allen Zhong The cost to fuel electric vehicles in the United States is higher than gas-powered cars for the first time in 18 months, a consulting company said. “In Q4 2022, typical mid-priced ICE (Internal Combustion Engine) car drivers paid about $11.29 to fuel their vehicles for 100 miles of driving. That cost was…

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Trump Begins 2024 Campaign in New Hampshire, South Carolina

By Frank Fang Former President Donald Trump visited two early-voting states New Hampshire and South Carolina on Jan. 28, hitting the campaign trail for the first time since announcing his 2024 bid for the White House in November last year. “The 2024 election is our one shot to save our country, and we need a leader who…

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Biden Administration Releases Over 1,300 Criminal Illegal Immigrants in 1 Month

By Zachary Stieber President Joe Biden’s administration released over 1,300 criminal illegal aliens in a single month, according to recently disclosed statistics. Immigration officials released 521 convicted criminal aliens and 795 with pending criminal charges in December 2022, per data released by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The number of convicted criminal aliens and those with pending…

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Millions to See SNAP Payment Decrease After February, Federal Agency Says

By Allen Zhong Millions of Americans who are in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) will see decreases in payments after February, a federal agency said. The decreases in payments are driven by two main factors, Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) said in an update in early January. FNS is an agency under the U.S. Department of…

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