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The Ohio Senate has solidified gun rights, limited government power in an emergency and clarified knives are included in the right to bear arms. Senate Bill 185, which passed 23-7, stops the state or local governments from confiscating any lawfully...
The Illinois Supreme Court ruled on Oct. 21 that two taxes on guns and ammunition in Cook County violate the state’s constitution because they affect law-abiding citizens’ Second Amendment right to acquire firearms for self-defense. Supreme Court Justice Mary Jane Theis wrote in a...
Transcript Jack Posobiec: Human Events Daily has exclusively obtained leaked audio from a White House official of a phone call that took place in late September between DOJ lawyer Marty Letterman and the rest of the staff the White House....
Bernard Kerik discusses trial and sentencing of Lt. Col. Stu Scheller for posting criticism of superior officers for Afghanistan disaster.
Authorities in Arizona are probing the illegal bathroom recording of Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.), officials confirmed with The Epoch Times on Oct. 4. Sinema was harassed over the weekend at Arizona State University (ASU) in Phoenix, where she teaches. She was followed...
The pretrial confinement initial review hearing for Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller—the U.S. Marine Corps officer jailed for criticizing senior military officials over the U.S. evacuation from Afghanistan—could be held in secret, The Epoch Times has learned. Members of Congress and Scheller’s family...
Some $2 million has been raised for a Marine who was put in the brig for speaking out against the U.S. military’s leadership amid the chaotic Afghanistan evacuation. More than $2.2 million was raised for Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller after more than 29,000 donors contributed....
A portion of a gun-control measure that was approved earlier in 2021 by the Oregon Legislature went into effect over the weekend. Oregon joined about a dozen other states this week in requiring gun owners to store their guns in a gun room or safe or...
A federal appeals court on Wednesday dismissed a July ruling that said a federal law banning handgun sales to young adults under the age of 21 was unconstitutional. A panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond...
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas is touting a raft of new programs aimed to combat domestic extremism—many of which are raising red flags among interest groups across the political spectrum. The new DHS plans follow a March intelligence community report that deems white supremacy...
Lawmakers in a conservative western New York county voted unanimously late last month to become a “constitutional sanctuary” where the rights enshrined in the U.S. Constitution’s Bill of Rights will be protected. Under the legislation, Cattaraugus County declared itself to...
A recent Government Accountability Office (GAO) survey shows that at least 10 federal agencies have plans to expand their use of facial recognition technology over the next two years—a prospect that alarms privacy advocates who worry about a lack...
Apple on Friday provided new details of how its planned child sexual abuse material (CSAM) detection system would work, outlining a range of privacy-preserving limits following backlash that the software would introduce a backdoor that threatens user privacy protections. The company...
Apple announced Thursday is it planning to scan all iPhones in the United States for child abuse imagery, raising alarm among security experts who said the plan could allow the firm to surveil tens of millions of personal devices...