by Kevin Killough   The Biden Administration announced Tuesday that it would release 42 million gallons of gasoline from the Northeast Gasoline Supply Reserve. The release, the Department of Energy explained, is “strategically timed and structured to maximize its impact on gas prices.” This will, according to the DOE, help lower pricesContinue Reading

by Elyse Apel   A recent report from Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) shows that more women across the nation are getting abortions, an increase that continues despite the efforts of pro-lifers to prevent it. The 2022–2023 Annual Report the nation’s largest abortion provider claims that the organization performed almost 400,000Continue Reading

by Sarah Roderick-Fitch   New Hampshire and the Canadian province of Quebec signed a “historical security agreement” to address border security. Gov. Chris Sununu and a representative from Quebec, Laurence Gagnon, signed the agreement Monday in response to “new challenges related to cross-border security emerge,” including a rise of “illegalContinue Reading

by Kurt Mahlburg   In February, Harrison Butker kicked the longest field goal in Super Bowl history—a massive 57-yard three-pointer—to help carry the Kansas City Chiefs to a rollicking win over the San Francisco 49ers. Recently, he’s made headlines again—this time, arguably, for far more profound reasons. Butker was invited to giveContinue Reading

by Steven Richards   Hillary Clinton’s New York-based presidential campaign was hit with an administrative fine by the Federal Election Commission following the 2016 election when the FEC found the campaign misrepresented campaign expenses by describing the opposition research that produced the discredited Steele Dossier as a “legal expense.” The Clinton campaignContinue Reading

by Nicholas Ballasy   The Pope declared that a London-born teenager who died of leukemia in 2006 is qualified to become the first millennial saint. Carlo Acutis posted about the teachings of the Catholic church online and reportedly became known as “God’s influencer.” Acutis, 15 when he died, was beatified in 2020, which is theContinue Reading

by J.D. Davidson   If two Ohio lawmakers get their way, the Cincinnati Bengals will play on real grass rather than turf. Rep. Rodney Creech, R-West Alexandria, and Rep. Terrance Upchurch, D-Cleveland, recently introduced a bill requiring professional sports stadiums in the state to use natural grass fields. The billContinue Reading

The Arlington Renegades (2-7, 1-4 XFL) upset the playoff-bound St. Louis Battlehawks (6-3, 4-1 XFL) by a score of 36-22 on Saturday afternoon at Choctaw Stadium. The game had an attendance of 8,545. The Renegades took an early lead and held on to win despite a late rally by theContinue Reading

Sporting Kansas City surged into the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup quarterfinals behind a dominant 4-0 victory over FC Tulsa in the tournament’s Round of 16 on Tuesday at Children’s Mercy Park. Felipe Hernandez bagged a brace to go with goals on both sides of halftime from Stephen Afrifa andContinue Reading

The D.C. Defenders (3-5, 2-3 XFL) fell to the St. Louis Battlehawks (6-2, 4-0 XFL) on Sunday afternoon, 26-21. The total attendance for the game at The Dome at America’s Center was 32,403. D.C. got on the board first, as PK Matthew McCrane converted on a 48-yard field goal toContinue Reading

The Birmingham Stallions faced off against the Houston Roughnecks and secured a thrilling 35-28 victory, keeping their winning streak intact. In a dramatic finish, the defense thwarted Reid Sinnet’s final scoring attempt. The Stallions continue their dominant run as they aim to close out a strong regular season. Quarterback AdrianContinue Reading

The NFL announced its 18-week, 272-game regular-season schedule for 2024, which kicks off on Thursday night, September 5, in Kansas City and concludes with 16 division games in Week 18 – two on Saturday, January 4, and 14 on Sunday, January 5. The 2024 NFL schedule, powered by AWS, willContinue Reading

A far-left media organization, initially funded by billionaire George Soros and known for labeling conservatives as “racists,” laid off several of its staff members. “We’re confronting a legal assault on multiple fronts and given how rapidly the media landscape is shifting, we need to be extremely intentional about how weContinue Reading

by Bethany Blankley   Several groups have sued over a new Bureau of Land Management leasing rule they argue will harm indigenous communities and put small businesses out of business. Western Energy Alliance, the Independent Petroleum Association of New Mexico, New Mexico Oil and Gas Association, North Dakota Petroleum Council,Continue Reading

by Larry Sand   As the school year nears completion, a quick look at recent developments shows an education system in turmoil. The unions are more political than ever, their demands are shameless, lawsuits against the establishment abound, and school choice is rapidly expanding. Politicking Americans for Fair Treatment, aContinue Reading

by Rebeka Zeljko   Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill Thursday allowing Arizona doctors to become temporarily licensed in California to perform abortions should their state’s near-total ban on the procedure ever take effect. California Senate Bill 233 passed the state legislature on May 23 in response to a recent ArizonaContinue Reading

by Natalia Mittelstadt   Democrats insist Republicans’ claims about non-citizen voting in U.S. elections is election denialism, despite states reporting hundreds of non-citizens were found and removed from their voter rolls. As House Republicans passed bills ensuring that only U.S. citizens vote in federal elections, Democrats claimed that concerns overContinue Reading

by Steven Richards   A new cache of documents from the IRS whistleblowers released Wednesday by the House Ways and Means Committee show how the Central Intelligence Agency directly intervened to prevent the IRS investigators from interviewing Hunter Biden lawyer and benefactor Kevin Morris. The CIA’s involvement in the caseContinue Reading

by T.A. DeFeo   The Republican governors of two dozen states, including Georgia and South Carolina, penned a letter to President Joe Biden opposing the World Health Organization’s proposed “Pandemic Agreement,” which they said could “undermine national sovereignty” and states’ rights. The state executives argue the treaty “would seek to elevate theContinue Reading

by Misty Severi   The senators claimed the reason for the State Department’s interference was because of ongoing negotiations related to the Obama administration’s Iran nuclear deal, which former President Barack Obama signed in 2015. Republican Sens. Chuck Grassley and Ron Johnson unveiled evidence Wednesday that former Secretary of StateContinue Reading

by Natalia Mittelstadt   Norfolk Southern reached a $310 million settlement with the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Justice on Thursday over a train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, last year. The settlement, which has yet to be approved by the U.S. District Court for the Northern District ofContinue Reading

by Brett Rowland   The federal government wants to force the divorce of Live Nation and Ticketmaster more than a decade after it allowed the entertainment giants to merge. “It is time to break it up,” U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland said Thursday. The U.S. Department of Justice, along with 30Continue Reading

by Alan Wooten   Changes for regulation of the cryptocurrency industry passed in the U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday afternoon in legislation opposed by the White House. Lawmakers voted 279-136, moving the Financial Innovation and Technology for the 21st Century Act – known colloquially as FIT21 – forward. Seventy-oneContinue Reading

by J.D. Davidson   Republican and Democratic leaders remain confident President Joe Biden will be on the Ohio ballot in November, but none believe it will come through a fix from the Legislature. Both House Speaker Jason Stephens, R-Kitts Hill, and Minority Leader Allison Russo, D-Upper Arlington, said lawmakers areContinue Reading

by Madeleine Hubbard   Northwestern University President Michael Schill admitted Thursday that he got an “F” rating from the Anti-Defamation League during a back and forth between him and Rep. Elise Stafanik, R-N.Y. during a hearing to address antisemitism. “Isn’t it also true that Northwestern earned an ‘F’ for yourContinue Reading

101.1 WRIF presents the hardest rockin’ party in Southeast Michigan RIFF FEST 2024 featuring main stage performances from Godsmack, Seether, Asking Alexandria, Wage War Sleep Theory and more at Pine Knob Music Theatre on Saturday, September 28. RIFF FEST 2024 will also feature performances by Flat Black, Royale Lynn, FameContinue Reading

by Samantha Swenson   Illinois soon could give bonuses to universities for enrolling African American and Hispanic students under a proposal by a state government commission. The recommendation by the Illinois Commission on Equitable Public University Funding aims to address “the historic inequities” in education “especially among students from low-income households,Continue Reading

by Ben Whedon   Amid an ongoing criminal trial that has largely limited his ability to campaign in-person, former President Donald Trump and the Republican National Committee managed to out-fundraise President Joe Biden and the Democratic National Committee by a hefty margin in April. Collectively, Trump and the RNC raised $76Continue Reading

by Teresa R. Manning   American federalism is alive and well after all. On April 19, the Biden Education Department announced its disastrous new Title IX rule that guts due process and imposes gender ideology in educational institutions. Within days, however, officials from eight states publicly instructed their schools to ignore it. Then, within a week, 16 states suedContinue Reading

by Tyler Godoff   On August 31, 2023, Yale’s 23rd president, Peter Salovey, announced he would be stepping down. Since this announcement, much has transpired in the world of American higher education: the resignation of Harvard and UPenn presidents, the creation of campus encampments nationwide, and the cancelation of commencementsContinue Reading

by Casey Harper   Business groups are pushing back against a new Biden administration rule that would allow third-parties, including union representatives, to accompany federal inspectors of job sites. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued the final rule earlier this year, but critics say the rule goes beyond safetyContinue Reading

by ADN America Staff   An investigation published by Yucabyte and the investigative journalism outlet Armando.info revealed on Friday  a network of companies ranging from Mexico to Cuba, passing through Miami, with close ties to descendants of the Castro family, including Héctor Santana Castro, Sandro Castro and his cousin, the model AntonioContinue Reading

by Jason Cohen   Former Republican presidential candidate and businessman Vivek Ramaswamy (pictured above) purchased an activist stake in BuzzFeed, according to a May Securities and Exchange Commission filing. Ramaswamy purchased a 7.7% stake consisting of 2.7 million shares between March 14 and May 21 at costs ranging from $1.47Continue Reading

by Joseph Weber   Ireland, Norway and Spain say they will formally recognize a Palestinian state. “Today, Ireland, Norway and Spain are announcing that we recognize the state of Palestine,” Irish Prime Minister Simon Harris said Wednesday. “Each of us will now undertake whatever national steps are necessary to give effect toContinue Reading

by Joseph Weber   Ireland, Norway and Spain say they will formally recognize a Palestinian state. “Today, Ireland, Norway and Spain are announcing that we recognize the state of Palestine,” Irish Prime Minister Simon Harris said Wednesday. “Each of us will now undertake whatever national steps are necessary to give effect toContinue Reading

by Eric Lendrum   On Sunday, a Catholic monk in the United States claimed that he is now “transgender.” As reported by the Daily Caller, 39-year-old Christian Matson, of the Diocese of Lexington in Kentucky, declared himself to be “the first openly transgender person in his position in the Catholic Church.”Continue Reading

by Eric Lendrum   On Sunday, a Catholic monk in the United States claimed that he is now “transgender.” As reported by the Daily Caller, 39-year-old Christian Matson, of the Diocese of Lexington in Kentucky, declared himself to be “the first openly transgender person in his position in the Catholic Church.”Continue Reading

by Natalia Mittelstadt   The Arizona secretary of state’s office and Maricopa County worked together to censor information about the state’s 2020 election audit of the county and reported elected officials’ posts to social media companies. Maricopa County and the Arizona secretary of state’s office worked together with third parties toContinue Reading

by Christopher Roach   A memo must have gone out. Because in several prominent newspapers, the same propaganda appeared at nearly the same time. The Washington Post said, “Top Republicans, led by Trump, refuse to commit to accept 2024 election results.” The New York Times similarly intoned, “Leading Republicans have refused to say flatlyContinue Reading

by Jason Hopkins   Connecticut law enforcement officials released an illegal immigrant convicted of killing two young children in a drunk driving accident, despite a detainer request lodged against him, according to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). ICE agents apprehended Israel Alejandro Gonzalez-Arcinega, a 40-year-old Mexican national convicted of two countsContinue Reading

by Jake Smith   The Biden administration on Monday expressed condolences for the death of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi. Raisi and several Iranian regime officials were killed in a helicopter crash in northern Iran over the weekend. Raisi, known as the “Butcher of Tehran,” oversaw aggressive foreign policies that increased tensionsContinue Reading

by Greg Piper   Three days after a federal judge dismissed a challenge to a California law that lets inmates with intact male genitalia and hormone levels choose women’s prisons based on gender identity, prosecutors laid out their evidence for rape charges against an incarcerated male transferred under that law, whom the judge also allowed toContinue Reading

by Tony Kinnett   Northwestern University may have violated a federal law by failing to report crimes on campus at least five times during recent anti-Israel protests. Northwestern appears to have violated a U.S. law called the Clery Act by not taking and publishing police reports from students who say they wereContinue Reading

by J.D. Davidson   An Ohio senator wants state lawmakers to send a message to the U.S. Department of Education to exclude sexual orientation and gender identity from Title IX. U.S. Rep. Andrew Brenner, R-Delaware, recently introduced Senate Concurrent Resolution 11 that calls on the Biden administration and Congress toContinue Reading