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LIVE UPDATES: Police in Hong Kong Under Fire Over Use of Force Against Protesters

Update: June 14, 6:15 a.m. EDT The police’s use of force against protesters in Hong Kong has come under fire from the organizer of one of the rallies. Civil Human Rights …

US Lawmakers Grapple With Their Role in Regulating Media Manipulation

WASHINGTON—After a slowed-down video that made House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) look drunk circulated online last month, the …

Video Shows Iranian Forces Removing Unexploded Mine From Tanker in Gulf of Oman: US Military

The U.S. military’s Central Command has released a video and some still photographs on June 14 that it …

Supreme Court Asked to Delay Decision on Citizenship Question in Census

WASHINGTON—Claiming new evidence contradicts the Trump administration’s rationale for wanting to ask 2020 Census respondents whether they are …

Christchurch Mosque Shooter Pleads Not Guilty to All Charges in New Zealand Court

The Australian man accused of killing 51 worshippers at two mosques in New Zealand in March pleaded not …

Pompeo Says Iran Behind Oil Tanker Attacks, Citing Intelligence

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Iran was responsible for the June 13 attacks against two oil tankers …

DHS: 2 Miles of Border Wall Being Constructed Every Week

WASHINGTON—About two miles of border wall are being built per week right now, according to Acting Homeland Security …

Twitter, YouTube Suppress Exposé on Pinterest’s Bias and Censorship, Cite Privacy

After Project Veritas released a report exposing what appears to be political bias against and censorship of conservative …

Chinese Ambassador to UK Rejects Claims of Beijing’s Involvement in Hong Kong Extradition Bill

Since protests over a controversial extradition bill in Hong Kong turned violent, with local police using tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse the crowds, the Chinese regime has sought to distance itself from the proposed legislation …

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