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Texas Gov. Abbott vows to pardon US Army sergeant Daniel Perry
“Texas has one of the strongest ‘Stand Your Ground’ laws of self-defense that cannot be nullified by a jury or a progressive District Attorney.” Read More.

BY Katherine Donlevy

04.09.23

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Less Than One Third Of Voters Want Another Joe Biden Term
Even the majority of Democrats don't want Biden to run again Read More.

BY Steve Watson

04.07.23

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DeSantis joins Trump in threatening to defund the FBI and DOJ
Ron DeSantis has joined Donald Trump's call to defund the Justice Department and FBI over its 'weaponization' of the legal system by its investigations of the former president. Read More.

BY Emily Goodin

04.07.23

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2 killed in West Bank after Israeli strikes in Lebanon, Gaza
Two Israeli women were killed in a shooting in the West Bank on Friday, following a series of Israeli strikes on Lebanon and the Gaza Strip. The two women, both reported to be around 20 years old, … Read More.

BY Julia Shapero

04.07.23

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New Mexico abortion center sets 'starting goal' of killing 75 babies per week
Whole Woman's Health in Albuquerque has a ‘starting goal’ for murdering the unborn. Read More.

BY Matt Lamb

04.06.23

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Backed by Gold
The Texas House and Senate recently introduced bills that would establish a state-issued, gold-backed digital currency, Schiff Gold reported. Read More.

BY Jim Hoft

04.07.23

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Supreme Court says trans kid can run girls track in West Virginia
The Supreme Court on Thursday allowed a 12-year-old transgender girl in West Virginia to continue competing on her middle school´s girls sports teams while a lawsuit over a state ban continues. Read More.

BY Ross Ibbetson

04.06.23

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Watch Fresh clashes break out at Al-Aqsa, 2 rockets fired from Gaza as tensions soar
Dozens skirmish with officers at flashpoint mosque for 2nd straight night; projectile lands in open territory near Gaza fence; riots erupt near border and in northern Israeli city Read More.

BY TOI Staff

04.05.23

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TOO FAT TO FIGHT: 10,000 U.S. Army soldiers are now too obese to serve… and a quarter of young men can’t even qualify for recruitment
If another country wanted to invade and take over the United States, it would be really easy to do so right now because a growing number of American soldiers is too fat to fight. Read More.

BY Ethan Huff

04.05.23

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Committed Leftist Judge Juan Merchan Who Oversees Trump's Sham Case Made Political Contributions to “Stop The Republicans” and “Biden For President”
Leftist judge Juan Manuel Merchan, who oversees President Trump’s sham case on junk felony charges, made political contributions to a nonprofit fundraising platform for Democratic candidates and progressive groups. Read More.

BY Jim Hoft

04.05.23

Soros-backed DA Bragg Can't Answer the What the Crime Is in His Case Against President Trump
The United Arab Emirates and India are continuing to further bilateral cooperation, including with a digital currency initiative announced on Thursday.  Read More.

BY Joe Hoft

04.05.23

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Leftists Gloat and Celebrate Trump Arraignment Across Social Media: ‘Happy Tuesday, Y’all!’
Leftists have taken to social media on Tuesday to gloat about former President Donald Trump’s arraignment in Manhattan. Read More.

BY Michael Foster

04.04.23

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Coca-Cola produces as much as $2BN of pure COCAINE every year in a secretive New Jersey factory
A small chemical processing plant hidden in a quiet neighborhood of New Jersey has an exclusive license to import coca leaves into the US on behalf of The Coca-Cola Company and manufactures as much as $2 billion of pure cocaine every year. Read More.

BY Neirin Gray Desai

04.04.23

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Trump Fighting for His Freedom--and Ours
NEW YORK—Former President Donald Trump waved to supporters on April 3 before entering his namesake tower in New ... Read More.

BY Eva Fu

04.04.23

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AI could go 'Terminator,' gain upper hand over humans in Darwinian rules of evolution, report warns
Artificial intelligence could gain the upper hand over humanity and pose "catastrophic" risks under the Darwinian rules of evolution, a new report warns.

Evolution by natural selection could give rise to "selfish behavior" in AI as it strives to survive, author and AI researcher Dan Hendrycks argues in the new paper "Natural Selection Favors AIs over Humans."

"We argue that natural selection creates incentives for AI agents to act against human interests. Our argument relies on two observations," Hendrycks, the director of the Center for SAI Safety, said in the report. "Firstly, natural selection may be a dominant force in AI development… Secondly, evolution by natural selection tends to give rise to selfish behavior."

The report comes as tech experts and leaders across the world sound the alarm on how quickly artificial intelligence is expanding in power without what they argue are adequate safeguards. Read More.

04.04.23

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