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After Threats to Destroy NYC, Iranian Leader May Want to Attend U.N. Meeting 

By Faith Novak | August 4, 2022

Days after Iran’s state media implied a nuclear threat against the United States, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi reportedly might attend next month’s United Nations General Assembly session in New York City.  

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New Wall of Remembrance Adds 43,000 Names of Fallen Soldiers to Korean War Memorial 

By Faith Novak | August 4, 2022

Recently, The Korean War Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C. was rededicated with a new Wall of Remembrance, introducing the names of nearly 43,000 U.S. servicemembers and South Korean allies who perished during combat. 

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Emerging Crime Capitals of America: These Cities Have the Highest Murders Per Capita 

By Faith Novak | August 4, 2022

Certain U.S. cities have consistently battled violent crime, particularly homicide, throughout the past three decades: Chicago, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and New York City.

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Climate Change Proposals Putting American Food Supply at Risk 

By Faith Novak | August 4, 2022

Several nations have enforced regulations on the agriculture industry, such as limits on nitrogen emissions, which have drawn criticism from farmers in those countries.

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China, U.S. Allies Divided over Pelosi’s Taiwan Visit 

By Faith Novak | August 4, 2022

After Taiwan, Speaker Nancy Pelosi is due to visit South Korea and Japan, both key U.S. security partners in Asia. 

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Our Latest Poll: Will China retaliate for Speaker Pelosi’s visit?

By Newt Gingrich | August 3, 2022
Will China retaliate for Speaker Pelosi's visit?

Our Latest Poll: Will China retaliate for Speaker Pelosi’s visit?

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Wikipedia’s ‘Recession’ Page Shows 41 Edits in One Week, Attempts at Changing Definition 

By Faith Novak | August 2, 2022

A Wikipedia administrator has taken action to pause edits to Wikipedia’s “Recession” page by unregistered users up until early August to halt “vandalism” and “malicious” content after the page was amended 41 times over the past seven days. 

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China Bans 35 Taiwanese Food Exporters 

By Faith Novak | August 2, 2022

China has suspended imports from 35 Taiwanese exporters of biscuits and pastries.

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Chicago Democrats Tight-lipped on Plan to Address Lowest Number of Arrests in 20 Years Amid Surging Crime 

By Faith Novak | August 2, 2022

Fox News Digital recently asked Democrat elected officials in Chicago how they planned to address plummeting arrest numbers and police morale in the city where crime has surged since 2020.

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Hershey’s Chocolate Will Be Scarily Scarce Come Halloween  

By Faith Novak | August 2, 2022

Hershey CEO Michele Buck has predicted supply chain and production capacity issues and other factors will make it tough to meet candy demand beginning in late October. 

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Spam Goes on Lockdown Due to Inflation in NYC

By Faith Novak | August 2, 2022

Inflation and crime have become so severe in New York City that even products such as Spam have been locked up.

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73 Immigrants Discovered in Stash Houses in Upscale D.C. Neighborhood 

By Faith Novak | August 2, 2022

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) records show the immigrants were discovered in a raid in which agents searched six stash houses in D.C. Stash houses are often concentrated on or near the United States’ southern border. 

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