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Saudi Arabia Friday appeared determined to look on the bright side a day after President Biden used his first major foreign policy speech to announce an end to U.S. military support and arms sales for the oil-rich kingdom’s campaign in neighboring Yemen.

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The Air Force is launching an investigation into base security standards service-wide after an intruder managed to get onto the military post in Maryland where the president’s fleet of transport aircraft is kept.

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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene said Friday that former President Donald Trump still rules the Republican Party and said the impeachment push against him is a “circus” that enriches the same media companies that have cashed in on “fake outrage” and deepened the nation’s political divisions.

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An expose by Time magazine confirms the existence of a vast and powerful network that worked to ensure the “proper outcome” of the 2020 presidential election.

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By French Hill

With the expanding vaccine distribution, all of us are hopeful that we will soon be on the other side of the public health and economic crisis of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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It is time to open our schools. For all the talk about science, many liberals continually ignore the science that shows students can safely return to school.

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CNN’S Don Lemon and Chris Cuomo blasted “idiots” this week who are criticizing Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s viral social media posts on the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riots.

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Vice President Kamala Harris cast the tie-breaking vote in the Senate early Friday morning to approve a new government budget for 2021, clearing the legislative space for Democrats to pursue a $1.9 trillion pandemic relief plan.

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John Kerry has finally become the czar of his dreams. Mr. Kerry is the man who signed the Paris climate agreement and was selected last year by Joe Biden to serve as the first special presidential envoy for climate.

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Proud Boys leader Henry “Enrique” Tarrio was rejected Thursday in his court bid to be allowed to freely return to Washington, D.C., where he was arrested a month earlier and promptly ordered out of town.

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Long-time celebrity activist Susan Sarandon is warning President Biden and the Democratic Party that political doom is on the horizon if they pull a stimulus “bait and switch” on voters.

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Saudi Arabia Friday appeared determined to look on the bright side a day after President Biden used his first major foreign policy speech to announce an end to U.S. military support and arms sales for the oil-rich kingdom’s campaign in neighboring Yemen.

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The White House on Friday defended President Biden’s decision to head to Delaware for the weekend despite federal guidance telling Americans not to travel amid the pandemic.

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Children who have received a seasonal flu shot are less likely to experience COVID-19 symptoms, according to a new university study.

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Even before COVID-19 killed more than 136,000 nursing home residents around the country, infection prevention and control was a major problem at community centers operated by the Department of Veterans Affairs, according to a just-released report from the U.S. Government Accountability Office.

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A law professor opposed to critical race theory in education has created a website containing a list of colleges and universities that he said similarly minded people might consider avoiding.

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President Biden said Friday that Republicans aren’t willing to spend as much money as he wants to on coronavirus relief, vowing to press forward quickly regardless of whether the GOP comes around.

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CNN’S Don Lemon and Chris Cuomo blasted “idiots” this week who are criticizing Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s viral social media posts on the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riots.

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Gov. Ralph Northam set a March 15 deadline for every school district in Virginia to make in-person learning options available for students.

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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene said Friday that former President Donald Trump still rules the Republican Party and said the impeachment push against him is a “circus” that enriches the same media companies that have cashed in on “fake outrage” and deepened the nation’s political divisions.

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Democratic Sens. Mark Warner of Virginia, Mazie Hirono of Hawaii, and Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota proposed on Friday to fight discrimination, harassment, and stalking online, by modifying legal liability protections afforded to digital platforms for content posted by their users.

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The Defense Department approved the deployment of more than 1,000 active-duty troops to help with COVID-19 vaccination efforts, the White House said Friday.

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A Kentucky man arrested in connection with last month’s deadly insurrection at the U.S. Capitol sprayed mace at police officers during the assault, prosecutors said in court documents unsealed Friday.

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In today’s military, it’s not enough anymore just to be able to shoot the guy who is trying to shoot you. The Army wants counter-drone capabilities to be in the toolkit of even the lowliest private on the battlefield.

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The Montgomery County Council is set to vote Tuesday on whether to reopen indoor dining, which has been prohibited for more than a month because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene on Friday laughed about getting pushed off House committees, saying she’s going to have “fun” with her “free time.”

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President Biden said Friday that the weak jobs report for January shows the urgency for Congress to approve his $1.9 trillion coronavirus rescue plan.

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The U.S. Capitol rioter known as the “QAnon Shaman” was transferred to Virginia jail Friday morning after a federal judge ordered authorities to serve him organic food while in custody.

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The Biden Homeland Security Department has concluded that eight agreements signed by the Trump administration giving states and localities a stake in federal immigration enforcement are “void, not binding and unenforceable,” and is moving to cancel them as quickly as possible, according to a memo seen by The Washington Times.

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