The Biden administration pleaded with the Supreme Court on Monday to preserve a section of the law that punishes people who entice illegal immigrants to remain in the U.S., brushing aside First Amendment worries.
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Bernie Sanders, other ideological warriors stumble in ratings of lawmakers’ effectiveness
They may win the most headlines, but Congress’ ideological warriors fared particularly badly in a new study of lawmakers’ effectiveness as they struggled to get their ideas passed into law.
Feds say immigrant led reign of terror as mayor of Haitian village
Federal prosecutors charged a Haitian politician with visa fraud this week after a jury in a civil trial found that Jean Morose Viliena oversaw a campaign of terror against his opponents while he was the mayor of a Haitian village.
Reports: U.S., Canada strike new migration deal to calm the border
The U.S. and Canada have reached a deal to try to stop what’s become an increasingly chaotic border between the two nations, according to news reports from both countries.
Feds say scope of ‘ecogrief’ training was limited; no more than 150 employees took class
The Fish and Wildlife Service downplayed the scope of its training for employees to handle “ecogrief,” telling Congress on Thursday that no more than 150 employees took the classes and calling the sessions “small bore.”
Virtue signaling backfire: Endorsement of Biden costs science journal its credibility
Nature magazine is finding out that Republicans also consume scientific literature — but they’re less likely to do so when they perceive the publication has gone woke.
Red states flee bipartisan voter roll cleanup group, blame its left-wing election agenda
A seemingly inoffensive bipartisan outfit created to help states sort out their voter rolls has emerged as the latest partisan battlefield, with a half-dozen GOP-led states canceling their involvement with the organization this year, saying it’s turned…
Florida lawmaker who sponsored ‘don’t say gay’ legislation pleads guilty to pandemic fraud
Joseph Harding, a former state representative in Florida, pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges stemming from his attempt to collect pandemic loans to which he wasn’t entitled.
D.C. man rebukes Fauci’s COVID-19 vaccine pitch on video: ‘You all attack people with fear’
A D.C. man delivered a verbal scolding to Dr. Anthony Fauci in a newly revealed video showing the world-famous doctor’s struggles to convince Black residents in the city’s poorest area to get the coronavirus vaccine back in 2021.
FBI data on good guys with guns called ‘garbage’ as critic finds many more cases
The founder of the Crime Prevention Research Center says many instances of a good guy with a gun stopping a bad guy with a gun have been left out of the FBI’s database of active shooting incidents, fueling a false narrative that rarely do good guys wit…