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Nov 11 2023
Polling shows American voters value border security far more highly than the Ukrainian or even the Israeli war effort, with almost 70 percent of respondents to a Morning Consult survey saying they approve of more funding for the U.S.-Mexico border.
Sixty-eight percent of respondents backed more money for border protection, compared to 61 percent who backed aid for Israel and 58 percentThe National Pulse
Nov 01 2023
Citing a 343% increase in migrant border crossings since 2020, New Mexico District 2 Rep. Gabe Vasquez is attempting to address immigration reform during his first term in Congress. Speaking from a busy Santa Teresa Port of Entry on Monday, Vasquez announced his plan to introduce a package of five bills related to border security and immigration. The bills address providing a pathway toLas Cruces Sun-News
Nov 07 2023
Incumbent Republican Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves secured a second term at the helm of the Magnolia State after Democratic opponent conceded the race late Tuesday night. Reeves defeated Democrat Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley — who is rock and roll legend Elvis Presley's second cousin — in a contest closer than one might expect from ruby-red Mississippi. WHY THE GOVERNOR'SFox News (Online News)
Oct 24 2023
A group of 33 states including California and New York are suing Meta Platforms Inc. for harming young people’s mental health and contributing the youth mental health crisis by knowingly designing features on Instagram and Facebook that addict children to its platforms. The lawsuit filed in federal court in California also claims that Meta routinely collects data on children under 13 withoutKeloland
Nov 12 2023
Boise State men's basketball held off San Francisco to claim the W. The Broncos were able to keep San Francisco, one of the nation's highest-scoring teams going into Sunday's game, to under 60 points defeating them 63-58 putting the Broncos at 2-0 on the season so far. Max Rice made back-to-back 3-pointers bringing the Broncos to a double-digit lead in front of the hometown crowd. SanKBOI 2
Oct 07 2023
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel warned this week a cyberattack against McLaren Health Care could affect a large number of patients. McLaren Health, a healthcare system with 15 Michigan hospitals, was hit by a ransomware attack in August, according to the attorney general’s office. Ransomware, a type of malware that can shut down an entire network, is used to steal data before encryptingMLive.com
Oct 13 2023
U.S. national security agencies are taking steps to guard against possible intelligence collection efforts on military sites from Chinese bitcoin mining sites in the U.S., The New York Times reported. Of particular concern is a site in Cheyenne, Wyoming, that is near both a Microsoft data center that supports Department of Defense (DOD) operations and a military base that maintains nuclear-The Daily Caller
Nov 06 2023
The 2–7 Patriots are in a territory the franchise hasn't seen in an extremely long time. It’s been a rough season for the Patriots and head coach Bill Belichick. New England moved to 2–7 after a 20–17 loss to the Commanders on Sunday. Belichick was asked about his job security along with a video circulating social media on Sunday, both of which he quickly shut down. The video featured PatriotsFox16
Oct 30 2023
The Department of Defense announced Saturday the US plans to add a new model of nuclear bomb to its arsenal.
The new gravity bomb will be called B61-13, a variant on the existing B61 model that was first introduced in the 1960s. The Department of Energy's National Nuclear Security Administration will begin production pending Congressional authorization and appropriation, according to aInsider
Nov 02 2023
Security has been increased after two students were stabbed and several others were injured after a large brawl broke out at Van Nuys High School earlier this week. Parents are now pushing for the school district to implement more permanent safety measures before the next potential incident becomes even worse. Officials announced a Los Angeles school police officer will now be stationed onKTLA