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Past articles by Kristine:

July was record-breaking month for unaccompanied children at the border amid COVID surge

WASHINGTON (SBG) — The number of unaccompanied children at the U. S. -Mexico border hit a new record last month. The surge comes at a time where border crossings typically slow down as summer temperatures present too big of a risk in what is already a dangerous journey for migrants. But July's new record — including the number of children traveling alone, picked up by U. S. immigration… → Read More

Border agents releasing migrants into US without court date as crisis continues

WASHINGTON (SBG) — Overwhelmed under equipped. That's how the situation at the southern border is being described by those on the front lines. Caption: Video: Sinclair Broadcast Group. Chief Border Patrol Agent Brian Hastings in Texas’s Rio Grande Valley tweeted Sunday in the span of a week, 20,000 migrants had been apprehended in his sector alone. → Read More

Sen Rand Paul and Dr Anthony Fauci clash over NIH funding of Wuhan research

WASHINGTON (SBG) — He’s been the steady hand at the helm, throughout the storm of a global pandemic. But now Dr. Anthony Fauci is the target of one senator who has suggested Fauci lied to Congress about funding a specific type of research in Wuhan, China. He is asking the Justice Department to investigate. → Read More

Massive increase in fentanyl seizures along the Southwest border

WASHINGTON (SBG) — There have been no shortage of ways fentanyl has been smuggled into the United States. In November 2020,Yuma sector Border Patrol agents with U. S. Customs and Border Protection found enough fentanyl to kill 200,000 people hidden in hospital gowns. Also in Yuma, in March, agents assisted by canines found it hidden in breakfast burritos. Last month, a pound of fentanyl was… → Read More

Concerns over free speech on college campuses leads to new caucus in the House

WASHINGTON (SBG) — Concerns over free speech across the country, and especially for conservatives on college campuses, have led to the launch of a new group in the U. S. House of Representatives: the Campus Free Speech Caucus. The Peace Monument, also known as the Naval Monument or Civil War Sailors Monument, is framed by the Capitol dome on Capitol Hill in Washington, Monday, Jan. 4, 2021. (AP… → Read More

Kids and vaccines: the head of the American Academy of Pediatrics weighs in

WASHINGTON (SBG) — After a rocky road and a school year like no other, school is finally out for summer in many parts of the country. From coast to coast, many parents and kids alike are relieved, but also filled with questions about what’s next. “I think the things that we’re seeing in the trends of COVID infections and vaccinations really give us a lot of hope that the next school year is… → Read More

Lack of action on immigration leading states to take matters into their own hands

WASHINGTON (SBG) - On the ninth anniversary of President Obama introducing the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, President Joe Biden, in a tweet, called on Congress Tuesday to pass legislation with a path to citizenship for Dreamers, Farmworkers and TPS recipients. → Read More

Tensions flare in Middle East as White House treads carefully

WASHINGTON (SBG) — The skies over Tel Aviv were ignited in new video showing how as the ground shakes, tensions are turning words into action. It comes after Palestinians, led by Hamas, fired missiles into Israel, which prompted Israel to respond, launching air strikes, killing dozens including children. Top U. S. officials have condemned rocket attacks led by Hamas. → Read More

Gun violence sweeps across US, with nine mass shootings in one weekend

WASHINGTON - Local leaders across the United States are grappling with a wave of violence as at least nine mass shootings this past weekend resulted in the deaths of 15 people, with another 30 injured. In New York City, the mayor is calling a shooting over the weekend "unacceptable. "It happened in one of the most populous parts of one of the most populous cities in the world: Times Square. → Read More

Arizona GOP prepares another audit of 2020 election in state's largest county

WASHINGTON (SBG) – Arizona was a state President Joe Biden wasn’t sure he’d win in the 2020 election. Caption: Arizona GOP prepares another audit of 2020 election in state's largest county (SBG) But in the end, Arizona voters chose him over former President Donald Trump by over 10,000 votes, a result determined by two independent audits in Maricopa County – the largest county in the state.… → Read More

Hunter Biden's book 'Beautiful Things' answers questions but also raises new ones

WASHINGTON (SBG) – Hunter Biden is back in the spotlight, this time on his terms, speaking out about his new book “Beautiful Things” set to be released on Tuesday. Caption: Hunter Biden's book 'Beautiful Things' answers questions but also raises new ones (SBG) The youngest and only surviving son of President Joe Biden was the subject of many targeted attacks by Republicans and especially former… → Read More

Lara Trump-Donald Trump interview removed from social media, prompting claims of bias

WASHINGTON (SBG) — It’s a video much of the world may not now see. An interview between former President Donald Trump and his daughter-in-law Lara was taken off Facebook immediately, a policy "in line with the block we placed on Donald Trump's Facebook and Instagram accounts," according to an email she received and Facebook confirmed. On Fox News Thursday Lara Trump said this about the move: → Read More

New urgency on Capitol Hill to reign in high price of prescription drugs

WASHINGTON (SBG) – There is new urgency on Capitol Hill to reign in the price of prescription drugs. Caption: New urgency on Capitol Hill to reign in high price of prescription drugs (SBG) On Tuesday, during a Senatehearing in the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee, titled, "Why does the U. S. pay the highest prices in the world for prescription drugs? " Sen. Bernie Sanders, I,… → Read More

Is a new landscape for Big Tech on the horizon?

WASHINGTON (SBG) — He’s been out of the White House, as well as the spotlight, for more than two months now, but those close to former President Donald Trump say that silence is temporary. "I do think we’re going to see President Trump return to social media probably in two to three months with his own platform,"Trump senior advisor Jason Miller told Fox News #MediaBuzzSunday. → Read More

GOP lawmakers raise concerns that Biden's relief plan policies may become permanent

WASHINGTON (SBG) – President Joe Biden has been on the road this week selling the American Rescue Plan as a deal not just for the present, but also for the future. Caption: GOP lawmakers raise concerns that Biden's relief plan policies may become permanent (SBG) "The American Rescue Plan is already doing what it was designed to do make a difference in peoples every day lives and we’re just… → Read More

GOP lawmakers raise concerns that Biden's relief plan policies may become permanent

WASHINGTON (SBG) – President Joe Biden has been on the road this week selling the American Rescue Plan as a deal not just for the present, but also for the future. Caption: GOP lawmakers raise concerns that Biden's relief plan policies may become permanent (SBG) "The American Rescue Plan is already doing what it was designed to do make a difference in peoples every day lives and we’re just… → Read More

Earmarks will soon be making their way back to Capitol Hill

WASHINGTON (SBG) — Earmarks will soon be making their way back to Capitol Hill, but this time, under a different name. Caption: (Video: Sinclair Broadcast Group) Earmarks tuck money into legislation – most often spending bills – that would benefit specific projects in specific areas. → Read More

Surge of migrants released into communities not being tested for COVID

WASHINGTON (SBG) — Stopping short of calling it a crisis, the Biden administration is facing multiple challenges along the U. S. -Mexico border. An influx of migrants have been making the trek, including 78,323 in January alone; that number is up more than double from 36,585 the year before, according to U. S. Customs and Border Protection. Of that number, 5,871 were unaccompanied minors, which… → Read More

GOP lawmakers call for hearing on 'cancel culture'

WASHINGTON (SBG) — Tuesday, March 2, 2021: the birthday of famous children’s author Dr. Seuss and also "Read Across America Day. ” Caption: (Video: Sinclair Broadcast Group) It’s also the day the company that controls his books and characters decided it would no longer publish or sell six of those books; a decision being praised by someand criticized by others as "cancel culture. " → Read More

Supreme Court to weigh in on Arizona election laws; outcome could lead to sweeping changes

WASHINGTON (SBG) — The 2020 election may be over, but the issue surrounding how we vote is front and center in political circles, large and small. On Sunday in Orlando, at the Conservative Political Action Conference, former President Trump said. "We need election integrity and election reform immediately. Republicans should be the party of honest elections. " Caption: (Video: Sinclair Broadcast… → Read More