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The United States Polo Association announced it is now prohibited for players to remove their helmets for the National Anthem.
The Biden administration's proposed raise of the capital gains tax would cripple backbone of America: small business.
Yes, you read that correctly. A group of anonymous TikTok users dubbed April 24, 2021 'National Rape Day'.
The Lega, Italy's largest political party, has launched a new campaign led by Senator Matteo Salvini of Lazio: 'A Testa Alta.'
Swedish whistleblower Victor X to hold a hunger strike outside the White House to protest financial corruption and money laundering.
Dr. Jon Strauss of Paul Smith's College issued a condemnation of Trump supporters as 'violent' while bolstering BLM riots as 'peaceful'.
"What kind of country do we want to leave for our children?" the Young Republicans National Federation asked in their latest advertisement.
According to a signed affidavit, Arturo D'Elia testified that he interfered in the 2020 U.S. election using military grade cyber warfare to switch votes...
Morgan Wallen has had fans brimming with anticipation for his double album... That is until Walmart leaked it a few days early.
Social media trends created by younger generations themselves hold common themes that contradict the left's anti masculinity propaganda.
Italy's media and government use alarmist headlines to justify further lockdowns. The Italian people, however, have a different agenda.
Within hours the College Republicans' pro-Trump sign was vandalized multiple times by students before being removed by a faculty member.
On October 9, Lorenzo Vieri received the results of a coronavirus test for his son, Guglielmo—who has been dead for 18 months.
'Harry Potter' star Tom Felton is the latest celebrity being targeted by cancel culture for 'grooming' underaged individuals.
Maggie VandenBerghe (@FogCityMidge) traded her 'MAGA' hat for a 'Biden 2020' hat and took to the streets of deep-blue Houston.
Morgan Wallen has been all over Twitter, TikTok, and Snapchat after he made an appearance at the University of Alabama football.
"I will plead guilty to defending Italy and the Italians," Matteo Salvini, Captain of the center-right League, said of his impending trial.