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Illegal Immigrants Arrested in Boston, Denver, and Other Cities for Crimes Against Children

By Mary Lou Lang U.S. immigration officials arrested five illegal immigrants with records or warrants for crimes against children in separate operations in Boston, New Orleans, Washington, and Denver, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced. Officers in Boston apprehended an illegal immigrant from Brazil and another from El Salvador, both with convictions for sex crimes…

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Some States Embrace CO2 Cap-and-Trade Schemes, Others Reject Them

By Kevin Stocklin The United States is following Europe’s lead in instituting cap-and-trade regimes to reduce CO2 emissions, but America’s journey is split between two paths—Democrat-run states that have passed cap-and-trade mandates, and Republican-run states that appear to have no intention of doing so. In the middle are several swing states that have entered, then…

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Lawsuit Alleges Walmart Violated Privacy Rights by Sharing Customer Data With Meta

By Chase Smith Mega retailer Walmart is facing a class action lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Arkansas, alleging the retail giant violated federal privacy laws by sharing customers’ video viewing information with Meta Platforms, Inc., formerly known as Facebook. The plaintiffs—Laurie Brown, Oluwakemi Fosudo, and Abigail Musick—claim Walmart’s…

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How Congress Is Forced to Adapt Post-Chevron SCOTUS Ruling

By Arjun Singh WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court’s decision to strike down the Chevron deference, which had the effect of enhancing federal agency power, has been deemed a “seismic” change for U.S. administrative law. Members of Congress tell The Epoch Times that they believe the Supreme Court ruling will equally shake up the process of lawmaking. On…

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FBI Gains Access to Suspected Trump Shooter’s Phone

By Zachary Stieber FBI agents have gained access to a phone belonging to Thomas Crooks, the man identified by law enforcement officials as shooting former President Donald Trump, the bureau said in a July 15 statement. Specialists are continuing to analyze the phone and other electronic devices that belonged to Mr. Crooks, who was shot…

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Judge’s Dismissal of Classified Document Case Against Trump Explained

By Sam Dorman U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon dismissed the Justice Department’s classified documents case against former President Donald Trump on July 15, ruling that special counsel Jack Smith’s appointment violated two key provisions of the U.S. Constitution. In a 93-page ruling, Judge Cannon wrote that Mr. Smith’s prosecution of the former president “breaches two structural…

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39 Things to Know About JD Vance, Trump’s Running Mate

By Joseph Lord and Jackson Richman On July 15, former President Donald Trump announced that Sen. J.D. Vance (R-Ohio) was his vice presidential pick, ending months of speculation. “After lengthy deliberation and thought, and considering the tremendous talents of many others, I have decided that the person best suited to assume the position of Vice…

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DHS Secretary Mayorkas Confirms RFK Jr. Will Get Secret Service Protection

By Jacob Burg and Jeff Louderback Alejandro Mayorkas, the Homeland Security (DHS) secretary, said on July 15 that Secret Service protection will be extended to independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. “In light of this weekend’s events, the president has directed me to work with the Secret Service to provide protection to Robert Kennedy…

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Fed’s Powell Says Hard Landing ‘Not a Likely Scenario’

By Andrew Moran The U.S. economy is unlikely to endure a hard landing as inflation softens and growth remains solid, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said in a question-and-answer session at the Economic Club of Washington on July 15. “I wouldn’t rule it out, but I would say that the kind of hard landing scenario…

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Trump Secures Republican Presidential Nomination

By Janice Hisle MILWAUKEE—It’s official: Former President Donald Trump is the Republican Party’s 2024 presidential nominee. The announcement was made almost simultaneously with former President Trump’s announcement of his running mate, Sen. J.D. Vance (R-Ohio). The GOP confirmed its nomination of the former president as the state of Florida added its delegates to the official…

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