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Johnson: We’ll No Longer Blur Faces Of Capitol Rioters

Roll Call reports: House Republicans will no longer blur the faces of Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol rioters in security footage posted online, Speaker Mike Johnson announced Friday. The decision reverses an earlier call to protect the identities of those who participated in the pro-Trump mob attack. The House Administration Committee, which took possession of all Jan. 6-related materials at the …

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CDC Drops Five-Day Isolation Guidance For COVID

CNN reports: People who test positive for Covid-19 no longer need to routinely stay away from others for at least five days, according to new guidelines from the CDC issued Friday. The change ends a strategy from earlier in the pandemic that experts said has been important to controlling the spread of the infection. The agency says it’s updating its …

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Charlie Kirk: Democrats Are Replacing “Rural Whites”

“Rural white people are the acceptable target of American life. They’re the ones it’s okay to blame for literally everything bad in America. What causes systemic racism? Rural whites. “Why is Joe Biden’s approval rating terrible? Rural whites. They’re only 20 percent of the American population. Why is New York and San Francisco falling apart? Somehow, rural whites, even though …

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DeSantis Vetoes Bill Banning Minors From Social Media

The Washington Post reports: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) vetoed what would have been one of the nation’s most restrictive bans against children using social media on Friday, drawing a line in the debate over kids’ online safety over concerns the bill did not allow parents to supervise teens’ activity. But unlike laws in Utah and Arkansas blocking kids under …

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Ruling Could Shorten Sentences For Some DC Rioters

Military.com reports: A federal appeals court in Washington has ordered a new sentence for a retired Air Force officer who stormed the U.S. Capitol dressed in combat gear, in a ruling issued Friday that could impact dozens of other cases stemming from the Jan. 6, 2021, attack. While a panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit …

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Missouri AG Sues Planned Parenthood For “Trafficking”

Courthouse News reports: Planned Parenthood traffics minors across states lines to obtain secret abortions, Missouri’s attorney general claims in a lawsuit filed Thursday. Attorney General Andrew Bailey, a Republican, filed the suit in Boone County circuit court seeking an order stopping the actions. Bailey claims in the complaint to have video of Planned Parenthood staff members acknowledging they take minors …

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Fox Interviews “Migrant Crime” Protester Who Was Once Arrested For Violence Over Wife’s Grilled Cheese

Media Matters reports: On February 28, Fox News host Jesse Watters hosted “James Lee” on his show to discuss the murder of Laken Riley on the campus of the University of Georgia. Watters did not disclose, however, that Lee is actually James DePaola, who has had multiple run-ins with the law himself, including when he became violent over a grilled …

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University Of Florida Fires All Diversity Program Staff

Gainesville’s ABC affiliate reports: The University of Florida is firing all employees in positions related to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) according to a memo sent on Friday. It follows the passage of a state law in 2023 targeting college funds spent on DEI. UF officials say they have closed the Office of the Chief Diversity Officer, eliminated DEI positions …

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Biden Announces US Will Airdrop Food Aid Into Gaza

NBC News reports: President Joe Biden announced Friday that the U.S. will drop food aid into the Gaza Strip, noting that the humanitarian aid flowing into the region for Palestinians is not nearly enough. “We’re going to pull out every stop we can,” Biden said. Biden also reiterated that the U.S. is trying to push for an immediate cease-fire between …

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Texas State Bar Suspends License Of County Prosecutor Who Pursued Murder Charge Over Woman’s Abortion

The Texas Tribune reports: A Texas prosecutor has been disciplined for allowing a murder charge to be filed against a woman who self-induced an abortion in 2022. Starr County District Attorney Gocha Ramirez reached a settlement with the State Bar of Texas following an investigation. Ramirez agreed to pay a $1,250 fine, and his license will be held in a …

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