Two Israelis, a father and son, were shot and seriously wounded near the Old City of Jerusalem on Saturday morning by a 13-year-old Arab terrorist.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Saturday night vowed a “strong, swift, precise” response to two deadly terror attacks in Jerusalem, and proposed stripping Arab attackers with Israeli citizenship of their social security benefits in addition to arming more Israeli civilians.
Republicans on the newly created Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government met for the first time Friday to begin mapping out their investigative pursuits.
Demonstrations Begin Across The Country As Memphis Releases Footage Of Tyre Nichols Beating
Gov. Brian Kemp (R) declared a temporary state of emergency in Georgia on Thursday and activated 1,000 Georgia National Guard troops in response to recent anti-police protests and destructive riots in Atlanta.
A growing concern in debates over U.S.-China competition and decoupling has been the U.S. usage of Chinese drones. Drones made in China by Chinese companies have been used by federal agencies for tasks ranging from fighting fires to agricultural research and by the FBI and Secret Service for security purposes. As a fiery congressional hearing…
On Wednesday, the New York Times reported that former President Donald Trump, who was barred from every major social media platform following the events of January 6th, will be reinstated on Meta-owned Facebook and Instagram. Meta released a press release giving the public an explanation of the company’s reasoning after it removed the 45th president over two years ago on January 7, 2021. The company set a two-year hiatus until an oversight board could assess whether or not the former president should be allowed back on the platforms to reach his hundreds of millions of followers. “In response to the Board, we
On Tuesday the Department of Justice announced that it has filed a lawsuit against Alphabet Inc., the parent company of Google, that could see the tech giant be broken up. The lawsuit alleges that Google abuses its role as the biggest broker and supplier of ads on the internet that promote anti-competitive practices against potential competition. “Over the past 15 years, Google has engaged in a course of anticompetitive and exclusionary conduct that consisted of neutralizing or eliminating ad tech competitors through acquisitions; wielding its dominance across digital advertising markets to force more publishers and advertisers to use its products;
On Monday, Rep. Pat Fallon (R-TX) filed articles of impeachment against Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas after two years of record-breaking mass migration. House Resolution 8 is described as a bill that focuses on “Impeaching Alejandro Nicholas Mayorkas, Secretary of Homeland Security, for high crimes and misdemeanors.” “Since day one, Secretary Mayorkas’ policies have undermined law enforcement activities at our southern border,” Fallon explained to Fox News last week. “From perjuring himself before Congress about maintaining operational control of the border to the infamous ‘whip-gate’ slander against our border patrol agents, Secretary Mayorkas has proven time and time
The 20 Republican members of Congress who held up the election of now-Speaker of The House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) for 15 rounds across four days are now being seen in a far better light than the establishment of the GOP is prepared for. The more conservative congressmen and women, namely Reps. Andy Biggs, Paul Gosar and Eli Crane of Arizona, Dan Bishop of North Carolina, Lauren Boebert of Colorado, Michael Cloud, Chip Roy, and Keith Self of Texas, Andrew Clyde of Georgia, Matt Gaetz, Byron Donalds, and Anna Paulina Luna of Florida, Bob Good of Virginia, Andy Harris of Maryland, Mary Miller of Illinois, Ralph Norman of South Carolina, Scott Perry of Pennsylvania, Matt Rosendale of Montana, Josh Brecheen of Oklahoma, and Andy Ogles of Tennessee, dug their heels in and demanded