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On Monday, the Food and Drug Administration announced it would no longer permit the use of two monoclonal antibody treatments for the…

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According to Pentagon press secretary John Kirby, Secretary Lloyd Austin has placed several United States troops…

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Sources estimate Vladimir Putin’s net worth at between $40 billion and $200 billion. How did he…

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As reported in a Fox Business exclusive, Hunter Biden emails show that the “first son” was…

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Manufacturing operations around the United States are being disrupted by supply chain issues and a rise in absenteeism…

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For some time now, the world has been watching as Vladimir Putin threatened to invade the Ukraine. As…

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Senator Ted Cruz is estimated to have a net worth of between $3 and $4 million. Prior to…

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The World Health Organization was founded with one chief mission in mind – improving public health conditions. The…

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Governor Kristi Noem has worked in politics since 2006 and has an estimated net worth of $4 million.…

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Consumers are looking for at-home tests if they begin to have symptoms of the highly transmissible Omicron. However,…

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