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Past articles by Kristine:

Biden administration's new rules for asylum-seekers draw ire from all sides

The White House has unveiled a new proposal tghe asylum rules for migrants.The Department of Homeland Security and Justice Department laid out the plan this wee → Read More

About 63% of hate crimes motivated by antisemitism, FBI director says

While antisemitism is on the rise internationally, there are also staggering numbers of incidents in the United States. → Read More

More than 2 million migrants apprehended at southern border, breaking record

WASHINGTON - For the first time ever, the number of migrants apprehended at the southern border in a single year officially passed two million.The latest numbe → Read More

BLM reportedly spent $6 million on a home in CA, raising concerns about its future mission

WASHINGTON (TND) — The Black Lives Matter movement dates back to 2013 as a movement that gripped the nation. Support for BLM surged after the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis in 2020. Caption: BLM reportedly spent $6 million on a home in CA, raising concerns about its future mission (Video: The National Desk) The Black Lives Matter 2020 Impact Report detailed how the group raised more than… → Read More

Hunter Biden probe presenting possibility federal charges could be coming.

WASHINGTON (TND) – New reports detail how 150 business transactions involving Hunter Biden and James Biden were flagged as “concerning” by U. S. banks. Caption: Hunter Biden probe presents possibility federal charges could be coming (Video: The National Desk) The revelations come as a federal investigation into Hunter Biden’s financial deals moves forward. → Read More

GOP prepares for investigation into Big Tech suppression of Hunter Biden laptop story

WASHINGTON (TND) — Republicans on Capitol Hill are once again setting their sights on Big Tech, suggesting there will likely be a new round of investigations, should they win back the majority in the House of Representatives following the midterm elections. One such focus is on accusations of questionable business dealings by Hunter Biden that occurred while his father was vice president, and… → Read More

Voters, lawmakers shifting in sentiment on mask mandates

WASHINGTON (TND) — The United States is inching very close to one million deaths from COVID-19. Often an indicator of what to expect on our shores, many health experts are keeping a close watch on China wherecases have spiked once again. It’s also happening across Europe. In Austria, health officials have just reintroduced mandatory mask wearing indoors. But there are few signs of a return in… → Read More

New report details Biden officials preparing for a 'mass migration event'

WASHINGTON (TND) — The Biden administration is preparing for a mass migration event in the event a pandemic-era immigration restriction is lifted. The policy, Title 42, allows immigration officers to instantly expel migrants at the U. S. -Mexico border without hearing asylum claims. When that policy comes to an end as the pandemic recedes, officials are worried of even more chaotic scenes than… → Read More

Rogan backlash raising questions about changing face of misinformation

WASHINGTON (TND) – There iscontinued backlash against podcaster Joe Rogan for including doctors on his show who have cast doubt on the need for people to get vaccinated against the coronavirus. Caption: Rogan backlash raising questions about changing face of misinformation (TND) Critics have gone so far as asking Spotify, which streams the program, to remove it from the platform. But there are… → Read More

With more schools closing due to Covid, parents worry for children's future

WASHINGTON (TND) – Surging cases of COVID-19 have left parents on edge and worried for their children's health and education. "Obviously I would prefer them to be in school but with all the teachers being out, with so many teachers being out, they're not getting the same education that they would anyways,"Carrie Schwerdtmann, a parent in Loveland, Ohio,toldWKRC in Cincinnati. Schools across the… → Read More

COVID response dominated by definitions that may be changing

WASHINGTON (TND) – As COVID-19 modifies and mutates, so too does the way we respond to it. Caption: COVID response dominated by definitions that may be changing (SBG) Many parts of Europe are once again locking down, with concerns rising that the United States will follow suit. Washington D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser on Monday said she plans todeclarea State of Emergency and re-instate indoor mask… → Read More

US surgeon general report sounds alarm bells about youth mental health

WASHINGTON (TND) – The factors are piling up. Caption: US surgeon general report sounds alarm bells about youth mental health (SBG) From spending more time connecting with screens than with people to a false sense of reality garnered from hours spent on social media, the U. S. surgeon general this week released a report warning of alarming increases in mental health challenges for young people. → Read More

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