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Aug 03 2022
Welcome back to Forgotten Fact-Checks, a weekly column produced by National Review’s News Desk. This week, we explain Republican opposition to a veterans’ health bill, look at Politico’s White House PR, and hit more media misses.
Republicans Smeared as Cold-Hearted Veteran-Haters
Senate Republicans last week voted down a bill that would provide funding for health care andNational Review Fact Check
Feb 22 2022
WITH THE GLOBAL death toll from Covid-19 approaching 6 million, the need to understand the origins of the pandemic is both pressing and grave. But the National Institutes of Health continues to withhold critical documents that could shed light on this question. This week, in response to ongoing litigation over public records related to coronavirus research funded by the federal agency, the NIHThe Intercept
Apr 15 2022
A bus from Texas carrying dozens of illegal immigrants arrived in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday morning, allowing passengers to disembark just blocks away from the U.S. Capitol, according to a Fox News report.
Governor Greg Abbott (R-Texas) announced last week that he directed the Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) to "charter buses and flights to transport migrants who haveThe Blaze
Jun 09 2023
The full federal indictment against former President Donald Trump was released Friday, offering a look into the findings of a yearlong investigation by the Department of Justice.
Details: Trump faces 37 federal charges, and Walt Nauta, Trump’s former personal aide, faces six charges. Trump’s charges include 31 counts of “Willful Retention of National Defense Information,” with theThe Hill National Review (News) New York Times (News)
Nov 11 2021
The congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol by supporters of Donald Trump is seeking hundreds of pages of records from the Republican former president’s final months in the White House.
Trump is fighting the requests and has appealed a U.S. judge's decision here to allow the National Archives to release the documents, citing executive privilege hereReuters
Jul 06 2022
The January 6 committee has been investigating, among other things, how it is that such a grievous attack on the Capitol could have happened in the first place. A key answer to that question will not be found not in White House call records or intercepted Proud Boys texts, but in a document released publicly last week: the Supreme Court’s ruling overturning Roe v. Wade.
That Trump wouldVox
Jul 06 2022
It happened outside Brackettville, Texas, which sits about halfway between Uvalde and the border crossing at Del Rio.
This was a shooting you probably did not hear about — in part, thankfully, because no one was hurt.
A U.S. Border Patrol agent was on a road that runs out of Brackettville when he saw a Chevrolet Suburban heading north. It was just before 10:00 a.m. on Jan. 3,CNSNews.com
May 16 2022
The man suspected of shooting dead 10 people at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, deliberately sought a site with a high black population, authorities say.
The suspect, an 18-year-old white male, drove more than 320km (200 miles) to carry out the attack, police say.
The attack is being investigated as an act of racially motivated violent extremism.
Buffalo Mayor ByronBBC News
Jun 23 2022
Back when he was in the White House, Bill Clinton famously advised Monica Lewinsky that there was no evidence, so she should “deny, deny, deny ” that anything happened between them. Actually, there was evidence. Taking a page out of the Clinton playbook, Joe Biden’s strategy has been to “deny, deny, deny” that there is any link between his policies and inflation, even going so far as to assertNational Review (News)
Apr 07 2022
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says more government regulation is needed to police the proliferation of cryptocurrency and other digital assets and to ward off fraudulent and illicit transactions.
In practice, one result would be that users would get documentation of their crypto dealings for use in filing their taxes.
“Taxpayers should receive the same type of tax reporting onAssociated Press