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Lockdown Babies to Have Worse Health, Says ONS Data

March 31, 2024

Children’s campaigner says attributing lasting damage to babies to ’the pandemic‘ instead of lockdowns and other restrictions is ’gaslighting’ the public. The number of years of good health newborn babies in England and Wales can expect to enjoy has fallen over the past decade, the latest figures show, with the lingering impact of COVID-19 lockdowns […]

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Assailing ‘Biden’s Border Bloodbath,’ Trump Focuses on Immigration at 2 Events

March 30, 2024

President Trump will visit a Michigan community outraged over an ‘open borders’-related homicide. He’ll then attend a ‘Border911’ gala near his Florida home. As Americans’ discontent with illegal immigration continues escalating—and the presidential race heats up—former President Donald Trump is slated to participate in a pair of events focusing on the crisis. On April 2, […]

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Political Analyst Says Trump Should Appeal More to Moderates and Avoid Partisan Issues

March 30, 2024

Former President Donald Trump has stated that he would like to “make both sides happy” on the issue of abortion, leading some to question whether he’s taking a middle path, or compromising with the left on some issues while standing his ground on others. In a recent interview on Fox News, President Trump said people […]

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AT&T Says Data From 73 Million Current and Former Account Holders Leaked on Dark Web

March 30, 2024

Data from roughly 7.6 million current account holders and 65.4 million former account holders were released on the dark web, AT&T said. Telecom giant AT&T disclosed on Saturday that data from some 73 million current and former account holders has been leaked onto the “dark web” and the incident is under investigation. In a March […]

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‘We Were Demonised’: Quarantined Australians Among 2,000 Submissions to COVID-19 Inquiry

March 30, 2024

Qantas, Woolworths, Home Affairs, state departments, doctors, Fair Work Australia, Universities and Pfizer and AstraZeneca among the submissions A couple who were stranded in the UK when COVID-19 hit and forced into quarantine on return to Australia in June 2020 are among more than 2,000 submissions to the Commonwealth Government COVID-19 Response inquiry. The inquiry, […]

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Biden Proclaims This Easter Sunday as ‘Transgender Day of Visibility,’ Sparking Backlash

March 30, 2024

President Joe Biden has sparked conservative outrage after proclaiming March 31, 2024—or Easter Sunday—as ‘Transgender Day of Visibility.’ President Joe Biden has declared March 31, 2024, which falls on Easter Sunday, as “Transgender Day of Visibility,” sparking uproar among conservatives and scathing criticism from former President Donald Trump. “Today, we send a message to all […]

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120,000 Sign Petition Against Impending National Digital ID

March 30, 2024

The Digital ID Bill 2023 is up for debate in the Australian Senate on March 27. A senator will write to Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese warning that the impending National Digital ID laws will open the floodgates for even more control over individual data. Liberal Party Senator Alex Antic has garnered 123,000 signatures in […]

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A Common Virus Emerging as Potential Culprit in Alzheimer’s Disease 

March 30, 2024

New research adds to evidence that a common herpes virus increases the risk of the neurogenerative condition.  The silent terror of Alzheimer’s disease is slowly robbing millions of their memories and cognitive abilities. While advanced age and genetics have long been identified as risk factors for this condition, a new study has uncovered a surprising—and […]

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RFK Jr. Draws Fire From All Sides After VP Pick

March 30, 2024

Democrats and Republicans chastised the selection of Silicon Valley lawyer and entrepreneur Nicole Shanahan. OAKLAND, Calif.—Moments after Robert F. Kennedy Jr. introduced Silicon Valley lawyer and entrepreneur Nicole Shanahan as his running mate on March 26, the independent presidential candidate saw backlash from both Democrats and Republicans for the selection. In Oakland, where Ms. Shanahan […]

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Australia Condemns Beijing-Backed Cyber Attacks on UK Electoral Roll

March 30, 2024

The Australian government says its electoral systems have not been impacted. Australia has joined a chorus of other nations in accusing Beijing of being responsible for cyber attacks that targeted the United Kingdom’s MPs and electoral commission. Chinese Communist Party (CCP) espionage, particularly in the realm of cyber operations, has become a significant concern for […]