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Helicopter Carrying Iranian President Crashes

By Web Staff A helicopter carrying Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, the country’s foreign minister, and other officials crashed in the mountainous northwest reaches of Iran on May 19, sparking a massive rescue operation in a fog-shrouded forest, state media have reported. Mr. Raisi was traveling in Iran’s East Azerbaijan province. State TV said the helicopter…

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Conservative Group Files Emergency Court Motion to Get Biden–Hur Audio Tapes

By Tom Ozimek The Heritage Foundation, a conservative think-tank, has filed an emergency motion in a Washington court seeking to accelerate the release of audio tapes of President Joe Biden’s interview with special counsel Robert Hur, over which the White House recently asserted executive privilege. The emergency motion, filed on May 17 at the U.S.…

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FCC Chair Seeks $6 Billion to Continue Internet Subsidies for Low-Income Households

By Aaron Gifford Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel asked members of Congress for $6 billion in emergency aid on Thursday to continue funding internet subsidies for low-income households. Ms. Rosenworcel also requested a nearly 15 percent increase to the agency’s operations budget for 2025, which would add 1,600 employees, improve a mapping system…

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40 Percent of Arrestees in UC Irvine Protest Had No Connection With School

By Rudy Blalock Forty percent of arrestees in the Pro-Palestinian protest at the University of California–Irvine May 15 had no connection with the school, according to numbers released by authorities. University spokesperson Tom Vasich confirmed to The Epoch Times 47 individuals were arrested—including 26 students, 2 employees, and 19 not affiliated with the institution—for disrupting…

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This Market Loves Bad News

By Louis Navellier The market’s mantra in May seems to be “Bad News is Good News,” since it takes bad news to send the markets up. Specifically, it took a plunge in consumer confidence over food and energy costs, slowing job growth and decelerating wage gains, plus slower ISM manufacturing and service numbers (under 50,…

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Majority of Likely Black Voters in House Battleground Districts View Democrats as More Extreme Than GOP: Survey

By Mark Tapscott According to the latest Cygnal Battleground Survey, 55 percent of black likely voters in 39 key House congressional districts view the Democratic Party as more extreme than the Republican Party. Thirty-seven percent of the back likely voters questioned in the May 6-8 survey by the Washington-based survey research firm said the Republican…

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Biden Moves to Block House GOP From Getting Interview Tapes With Special Counsel

By Jackson Richman WASHINGTON—President Joe Biden has asserted executive privilege over the tapes of his two-day interview with Special Counsel Robert Hur in his probe of the president’s alleged mishandling of classified information. The tapes are at the center of a dispute between House Republicans and Attorney General Merrick Garland, who has defied a subpoena…

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Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico Shot, in Life-Threatening Condition

By Jack Phillips Slovakia’s prime minister, Robert Fico, was shot Wednesday following a government meeting, according to his office. A reporter with TASR said that several shots were fired at Mr. Fico near a cultural house in Handlova, located in central Slovakia, and an assailant was detained. The individual’s identity was not disclosed. The Emergency…

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The Inflation Tax Wrecking America

By Jeffrey A. Tucker Tired of it yet? Month after month, now going on more than three years, muckety-mucks with the government and the Fed, echoed faithfully by legacy media outlets, have kept assuring us that inflation is improving and effectively defeated. It keeps not improving and it surely isn’t defeated. The Consumer Price Index…

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