US Military Confirms It Killed Senior Terrorist Official

By Jack Phillips U.S. military officials on June 19 confirmed that an airstrike in Syria killed a top terrorist leader in ISIS over the past weekend. The U.S. Central Command, or CENTCOM, said that it carried out the strike that killed Usamah Jamal Muhammad Ibrahim al-Janabi, described as a “senior ISIS official and facilitator,” according…

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Nvidia Eclipses Microsoft as World’s Most Valuable Company

By Reuters Nvidia became the world’s most valuable company on Tuesday, dethroning tech heavyweight Microsoft as its high-end processors play a central role in a scramble to dominate artificial intelligence technology. Shares of the chipmaker climbed 3.5 percent to $135.58, lifting its market capitalization to $3.335 trillion, just days after overtaking iPhone maker Apple to…

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Conservative States Intensify Crackdown on Illegal Immigration with New Legislation

By Stephen Zogopoulos, USNN World News Conservative states across the country—Florida, Iowa, Louisiana, Tennessee, Georgia, and Oklahoma—are taking border security matters into their own hands, proposing or passing legislation targeting illegal immigration. Oklahoma Passes Immigration Bill The Oklahoma Legislature recently passed HB 4156, a bill designed to prohibit illegal immigrants from entering or living in…

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Financial Impact of Illegal Immigrants on Nation’s Public Education System “Staggering”

By Judicial Watch Nearly half a million illegal immigrant minors have entered the United States through the porous Mexican border since President Joe Biden took office in 2021 and the financial impact on the nation’s public education system is staggering, according to information disclosed at a recent congressional hearing conducted to address the unprecedented crisis.…

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Gold and Silver in 2024: A Glittering Year Ahead

By Stephen Zogopoulos, USNN World News As we venture into 2024, the financial landscape for gold and silver appears poised for significant changes. Investors and market analysts are closely monitoring a range of factors that could drive the prices of these precious metals, making them a focal point of economic speculation. In this opinion piece,…

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Appeals Court Rejects Biden Admin’s Transgender Student Directive

By Tom Ozimek An appeals court on Friday denied the Biden administration’s attempt to revive a directive that would have required schools to let transgender students join sports teams that align with their “gender identity” and grant female-identifying male students access to girls’ lockers and bathrooms. In a June 14 ruling, the Ohio-based 6th U.S.…

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