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Secret Service Director Kimberly Cheatle Resigns

By Zachary Stieber Kimberly Cheatle, the director of the U.S. Secret Service, has resigned. “I take full responsibility for the security lapse,” she said in the email to Secret Service staff on July 23. “In light of recent events, it is with a heavy heart that I have made the difficult decision to step down…

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Court Rejects Bid to Throw Out Trump Case Against Pulitzer Board

By Zachary Stieber A court in Florida has rejected a bid from members of the Pulitzer Prize Board to throw out a case brought against them by former President Donald Trump. The board’s statement in 2022 standing behind its awards to several news outlets for reporting on former President Trump’s purported links to Russia is…

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Key Takeaways From Secret Service Chief’s Testimony on Trump Shooting

By Samantha Flom and Arjun Singh WASHINGTON—The House Oversight Committee kicked off its investigation of the attempted assassination of former President Donald Trump on July 22 by demanding answers from Secret Service Director Kimberly Cheatle. Ms. Cheatle declined to provide the committee with some key details as to how suspected shooter Thomas Matthew Crooks, 20,…

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The Discrediting of Free Trade

By Jeffrey A. Tucker Both major political parties in the United States seem to have abandoned the idea of free trade. As with free immigration in the United States and the whole world, the theory and policy has hit the rocks and regimes around the world are looking for other answers. This represents a dramatic…

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Chicago Mail Carrier Killed on Her Route

By The Associated Press CHICAGO— A mail carrier was fatally shot while walking a route in Chicago, authorities said. Investigators at the U.S. Postal Service are offering up to $250,000 for tips that solve the case. Octavia Redmond, 48, was shot shortly before noon Friday on South Harvard Avenue on Chicago’s South Side, police said.…

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America in Brief: Hunter Biden Uses Trump Ruling to Appeal Conviction

By Stuart Liess U.S. President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, is appealing to have his recent conviction overturned, citing the appeals court ruling earlier this week in favor of former President Donald Trump. Mr. Biden was found guilty on June 11 of lying about his drug use to buy a gun in 2018, making him…

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Democratic Shake-Up: Biden’s Exit Paves Way for Harris, Sparks Speculation on New Contenders

By Stephen Zogopoulos, USNN World News WASHINGTON, July 21, 2024 — In a dramatic turn of events, President Joe Biden announced his withdrawal from the 2024 presidential race, endorsing Vice President Kamala Harris for the Democratic Party nomination. This move, made public after weeks of internal party pressure and a challenging debate against former President…

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Amazon Says This Year’s Prime Day Was Its Biggest Ever

By The Associated Press NEW YORK—Amazon saw record sales for Prime Day this week as Prime members purchased more items than ever before, the company announced Thursday. The Seattle e-commerce giant, which does not disclose how much it earns during the popular discount event, also said “millions” of customers joined Prime in the past three…

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