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Drones Target Moscow and Crimea as Russia Continues Bombing Odesa

Central Moscow came under drone attack—for the third time in as many months—in what Russian officials are calling an “act of international terrorism” by Kyiv. “Drone attacks on two non-residential buildings occurred at roughly 4 a.m. [Moscow time], causing no major damage or casualties,” Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin wrote on Telegram on the morning of…


Trump Calls for Death Penalty in the Fight Against Child Trafficking

Former President Donald Trump released a campaign proposal on July 21 saying that he would subject human traffickers to the death penalty, as part of his latest anti-crime proposal for his 2024 White House bid. Mr. Trump also used the campaign video to endorse the nationwide box office hit “Sound of Freedom,” which tells the story…


House Overwhelmingly Votes to Reauthorize Federal Aviation Authority for Five Years

The House of Representatives voted 351–69 to pass the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) reauthorization act, updating the government agency’s parameters for the next five years on July 20. In a July 19 press release by Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman Sam Graves (R-Mo.) and Aviation Subcommittee Chairman Garret Graves (R-La.), the lawmakers outlined the importance of H.R….


House Overwhelmingly Votes to Reauthorize Federal Aviation Authority for 5 Years

The House of Representatives on July 20 voted 351–69 to pass the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) reauthorization act, updating the government agency’s parameters for the next five years. In a July 19 statement by Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman Sam Graves (R-Mo.) and Aviation Subcommittee Chairman Garret Graves (R-La.), the lawmakers outlined the importance of H.R. 3935….


Ships En Route to Ukrainian Seaports to Be Considered Hostile, Moscow Warns

As of July 20, Russia will consider all maritime vessels en route to Ukrainian Black Sea ports as potentially carrying military cargoes, the Russian Defense Ministry has said. The announcement comes two days after Moscow withdrew from the Black Sea Grain Initiative, which had allowed Ukraine to export grain—despite ongoing hostilities—through the Black Sea. “Given…


TikTok Is Top Single Source of News for Teenagers, Ofcom Finds

Teenagers in the UK turn to TikTok as the most used single source of news, new Ofcom research has found. The communications regulator reported that 28 percent of the surveyed teens chose TikTok as their favourite news source, followed by YouTube (25 percent) and Instagram (25 percent). One in ten teens choose TikTok as their…


McCarthy Calls Out ‘Weaponization of Government’ Following Charges on Trump Electors

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) told The Epoch Times on July 19 that his party planned to probe the “weaponization” of the government in response to news that Michigan electors in the 2020 presidential election for former President Donald Trump were being charged with felonies. Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced in a July 18 press…


CBP Reports Significant Decrease in Illegal Migrant Encounters Amid Stricter Asylum Rules

June data on illegal immigration across the southern border indicates that total encounters along the Southwest border were the lowest in over two years, dropping nearly a third from the level it was at in the month of May. U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has released its operational statistics for June 2023, showing the…


CBP Reports Significant Decrease in Illegal Immigrant Encounters Amid Stricter Asylum Rules

Total encounters with illegal immigrants along the Southwest border in June fell to the lowest level in over two years, dropping nearly a third from the previous month, according to newly released data from U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CPB). Total encounters, including those who presented at ports of entry with or without a CBP…


Moscow Gives UN 90 Days to Meet Conditions for Reactivating Grain Deal

Moscow has given the U.N. Secretariat-General three months to meet its conditions for reactivating a year-old agreement that had allowed Ukraine to export grain through the Black Sea. “The U.N. has three months to achieve concrete results,” Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on July 19. Otherwise, she inferred, the agreement would be considered…