US warned to prepare for electromagnetic attack from Chinese regime

China 11/25/21, 16:46

New Chinese technology could be used to launched an attack on America, defense experts warned on Nov. 23. The Chinese regime is developing a new hypersonic, electromagnetic missile that could cause long-term power grid disruptions. This would bring devastating economic consequences to the United States and other adversary nations. A virtual forum ...

CDC mandates measles vaccine for Afghan refugees

News 09/21/21, 23:14

Afghan refugees arriving in the United States must be immunized against measles and quarantined starting from Sept. 17. Joe Biden's administration has signed a new order that adds measles to the list of quarantinable communicable diseases. This executive decision came after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported 16 cases ...

South Dakota restricts abortion medication sales

U.S. 09/08/21, 17:56

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R) made an executive order that limits buying abortion medicine on Sept. 7. The order lets women receive their abortion pills under certain conditions. Namely, they must consult with a licensed physician in-person to identify any potential complications. Abortion medicine prescriptions from licensed physicians practising outside of ...

Judge blocks Texas order to stop vehicles transporting infected migrants

Texas 08/04/21, 19:24

A federal judge in El Paso blocked a Texas executive order that restricts migrant transport on Aug. 3. Kathleen Cardone issued a temporary restraining order on GOP Gov. Greg Abbott's latest plan to minimize COVID-19 infections. The governor wanted the Texas Department of Public Safety to check vehicles and reroute them, ...

Twitter sued after losing legal immunity in India

Tech 06/23/21, 01:30

A Californian social media giant will be directly liable for content posted to its online platform in India. Indian authorities have stripped Twitter Inc. of its legal intermediary status, which prevented the San Francisco-headquartered company from being sued for hosting certain third-party text, images, and videos. Uttar Pradesh Police accuses the business ...

Republican attorneys general planning to mount legal challenges to Biden agenda

U.S. 04/11/21, 16:05

Republican states have declared war on President Joe Biden's agenda less than three months after his inauguration, suing the administration on climate change, oil, immigration, gun control, tax reform, among others.  However, the conservative attorneys general who first filed the litigation in March said they are not finished yet and intend ...

Trump is ‘simply not guilty’ of inciting insurrection says GOP Sen. Tim Scott

D.C. 02/09/21, 02:29

Opinion A Republican from South Carolina that witnessed the Capitol siege unfold found no legitimate reason to hold the previous president responsible. Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) cannot see how anybody could possibly find former President Donald Trump guilty of ordering extreme protesters to storm the Capitol building on Jan. 6. "The president is ...

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