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A company that owns several refineries in the eastern United States broke down the economic catastrophe that would unfold. | Politics
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A video shared on social media that has been filmed at Poynette High School showed a teacher yelling at a
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Cybercrime group DarkSide, the gang was behind the attack on Colonial Pipeline, said it has lost control of its web servers and some of the money it’s made off of ransom payments.
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Msgr. David Cassato noticed the crime at the Brooklyn church early on Friday. The NYPD Hate Crime Task Force is now investigating further into the case. 
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U.S. - As the gas shortages continue following the Colonial Pipeline hack, Antifa members have been forced to find alternatives to throwing Molotov cocktails. Now the well-known, mostly peaceful freedom fighters have resorted to throwing non-flammable liquids. 'Since gas is so hard to come by, we’ve had to adjust and start throwing Molotov ...
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President Biden invited a group of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program recipients in the Oval Office Friday amid a push for immigration reform in Washington.
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The Guardian published a sarcastic piece about how hard of a time actress Gwyneth Paltrow supposedly had it during the COVID-19 quarantine on Monday, inviting social media users to do the same.
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Former Israeli Defense Minister Naftali Bennett fired back at a CNN International anchor who suggested Israel was using excessive force and firing indiscriminately against Hamas terrorists, asking her what she would want her country to do under extensive rocket fire.
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The Department of Defense confirmed it is pulling 120 troops from Israel amid a flare-up in tensions between ...
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Police should brace for a potentially more violent summer than last year as crime trends show the bloodshed in some parts of the country, such as New York City, picked up earlier than is typically expected, analysts and experts tell Fox News.
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GasBuddy.com on Friday showed 88% of gas stations out of fuel in Washington, D.C., about half out in Virginia and 42% of Maryland stations dry. Nearly 70% of stations were without gas in North Carolina, and about half were tapped out in Georgia and South Carolina.
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No one is laughing at “The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah — who is being ripped for suggesting that Israel should limit the intensity of its response to rocket attacks by Hamas.
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It's unclear how a nonprofit that falls under strict federal rules prohibiting the use of funds for personal expenses qualified to fund the flight.
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Commentary There used to be a saying about the People’s Liberation Army (PLA), popular in the 1990s, that ...
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President Joe Biden revoked three executive orders issued by former President Donald Trump.
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No place in American society is off limits for the amorphous blob known as “cancel culture.”
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Satire For The Right. And The Wrong.
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Texas Governor Greg Abbott says Texas has apprehended enough fentanyl to kill every single person in the state of New York.
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Liberal media viewers are misinformed about crime in the U.S., a new survey found. Fewer than 50 unarmed black suspects were killed by police last year, and more people were killed with knives than with assault weapons...
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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says that House members will still be required to wear a mask after the CDC eased restrictions on those fully vaccinated with times of debating being the only exception t…
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White House press secretary Jen Psaki denied that the teaching of American colleges and universities amounted to ‘liberal indoctrination,’ arguing that teaching about systemic racism is “actually responsible.” 
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Eric Swalwell had in 2018 a more conventionally-formidable challenger than he’d faced in 2016 with Danny Reid Turner. Nonetheless, the 2018 race did not turn out significantly better for republicans than in 2016....
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Americans vaccinated against the coronavirus should challenge businesses demanding they wear masks, Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) said Friday.
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The Pentagon may be using commercial data to track Americans without due legal process, according to a letter from Senator Ron Wyden..
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