Mark Delgado told Border Patrol agents he had been scrolling through TikTok one day when he came across a video asking for drivers, saying they could make $4,000 a trip.
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Democrats’ sweeping attempt to overhaul the nation’s election system fell to a whimpering defeat Tuesday, dealing President Biden his first major legislative loss.
Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are sounding the alarm on the Navy’s “divest-to-invest” strategy that they say is leaving the service vulnerable to a rising China.
Kristina Karamo wants voters to know she made the 2,000-mile trek from Michigan to Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Phoenix to get a firsthand glimpse of the Maricopa County election audit that has become a cause celeb for supporters of former President Donald Trump.
The $6 trillion budget President Biden has proposed may strike many Americans as astronomical, but one school of thought supports his spending binge and much more.
Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said he has “high confidence” in an assessment published by the State Department in January linking the controversial Wuhan Institute of Virology to the Chinese military.
President Biden’s high-stakes summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to be dominated by friction over everything from Russia-linked cyberattacks and election interference to human rights abuses and what U.S. officials see as a meddlesome Kremlin foreign policy aimed at undermining efforts to promote stability and democracy around the world.
A Homeland Security-backed study has found that it’s unlikely Central America’s economies can be boosted enough to stop people from trying to migrate to the U.S., undercutting President Biden’s plans to rely on nation-building to curb the border surge.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken said that relations between the U.S. and Russia are at their lowest point as President Biden prepares to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said her chamber will conduct its own review into the Trump Justice Department’s investigation into media leaks, saying it went “even beyond Richard Nixon.”
Rhode Island school officials threatened to sue Nicole Solas when she asked for information about how they might implement a critical race theory curriculum in the kindergarten her child was about to attend.
The commander of Air Forces in the Pacific is warning that China is stealing American technology to achieve global military dominance and superpower status.
President Obama famously labeled him Sheriff Joe, the man the government had to answer to when it came to wasting taxpayers’ money. But somewhere along the way, President Biden put away his budget scalpel.