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NILES, OH – EXCLUSIVE: Ask longtime Rep. Tim Ryan if he is eager to have President Biden join him on the campaign trail in Ohio, and he will give you a brutally honest answer.”No, I’m not, and I’m really not inviting anybody,” the longtime congressman from Ohio and his state’s Democratic Senate nominee tells Fox News.Ryan is spotlighting his Ohio roots and his strong support for the working class as he runs a populist style campaign in a high-profile battle against Republican nominee JD Vance to succeed retiring GOP Sen. Rob Portman, one of a handful of races across the…

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By Jim Martin for RealClearPolitics Americans are concerned about the future of our nation’s economy, and they have every reason to be. Record inflation, rising prices at the pump, increased grocery costs, and supply chain shortages have been crippling families and small businesses around the country and there seems to be no end in sight. While families, especially those on fixed incomes, are struggling to make ends meet, Washington politicians are continuing down a path of reckless spending and higher taxes that put the viability of some of our country’s core promises to seniors – Social Security and Medicare –…

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Something bad happened this morning in Asia. Yes, that’s not exactly shocking news in and of itself, since bad things seem to be happening all over the planet on a daily basis lately, but this event was particularly worrisome. For the past ten days, North Korea has been test-firing missiles in response to joint military exercises held by South Korea and the United States. The last four missiles all fell into the sea between North Korea and Japan. But this morning’s launch featured an ICBM with a considerably longer range and it flew over Japan before entering the water in…

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The U.S. and South Korea conducted precision bombing drills after North Korea fired a ballistic missile over Japan on Tuesday.North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has ordered five ballistic missile tests over the past 10 days, with several coinciding with Vice President Kamala Harris’ visit to South Korea last week. Tuesday’s flight was the first time the northern regime had fired a missile over Japan in five years, however.Both U.S. and South Korean warplanes took part in a bombing run using JDAM precision bombs following the incident.Secretary of State Tony Blinken also condemned North Korea’s actions as “reckless and dangerous,”…

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Ranking member of the House Oversight Committee, Rep James Comer, R-Ky., told Newsmax that impeachable offenses for President Joe Biden may be contained within Hunter Biden’s laptop. Speaking to “Prime News,” Comer says it’s a “possibility” that Hunter Biden’s laptop contains impeachable offenses for the president. Comer adds that if “Joe Biden was receiving payments from Hunter Biden,” or if Hunter received benefits “from influence peddling or being a foreign agent, however you want to describe it, either way, that’s illegal.” Comer points out that in the past, you hear of instances “where people in Republican administrations and Democratic administrations were indicted…

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On Thursday’s The Ingraham Angle, Fox News host Laura Ingraham showed viewers the dire consequences of President Joe Biden refusing to prevent illegal border crossings as she devoted a segment to the record number of migrant deaths. Setting up the piece, she recalled that 782 migrants have died crossing illegally in just the last year: “It’s time to really start keeping track of Biden’s mounting death toll at the border. Now, it’s been over a week since we learned about a new record set at the southern border — 782 migrants have died trying to illegally cross so far this fiscal year.” After noting…

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Florida sheriff’s deputies arrested four suspected burglars who allegedly looted in the wake of Hurricane Ian, while many impacted Floridians struggle to recover from the Category 4 storm.Omar Mejia Ortiz, 33, and Valerie Celeste Salcedo Mena, 26, were arrested, along with 20-year-olds Brandon Mauricio Araya and Steve Eduardo Sanchez Araya. Lee County sheriff’s deputies arrested all four on charges of burglary of an unoccupied structure during a state of emergency, according to online jail records.Ortiz was also charged with petit larceny, while the other three suspects were charged with grand larceny. It is unclear exactly when and where the burglaries took…

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BIRMINGHAM, England (AP) — British Prime Minister Liz Truss has insisted she is leading “a listening government” that learns from its mistakes, as she tries to restore her shaky authority and reassure financial markets spooked by her government’s see-sawing economic pledges. Truss told the BBC in an interview broadcast Tuesday that she and her ministers were determined to “reflect on how we could have done things better.” “Is everything the government (has) done absolutely perfect? No it’s not,” she said. “I fully acknowledge that. And we have learned from the feedback we’ve received.” That “feedback” has been dramatic: Truss’ four…

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FIRST ON FOX: Former Army Gen. Don Bolduc says he’s on a “new mission.”And Bolduc, the Republican Senate nominee in the crucial general election battleground state of New Hampshire, says that mission is to take on what he derides as “the career politicians” in the nation’s capital.Bolduc, who’s challenging former governor and first-term Democratic Sen. Maggie Hassan in a race that’s among a handful across the country that will likely determine if the GOP wins back the Senate majority in November’s midterm elections, on Tuesday launched the first TV ad of his entire campaign.”He served 10 tours in Afghanistan, hunting terrorists…

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A new poll found that an overwhelming majority of voters are opposed to sexually explicit books in the libraries of public schools. The online and phone survey from Rasmussen Reports and the Capitol Resource Institute found that 89% of likely voters said that schools should fully inform parents about what their children are being taught in the classroom. When asked specifically if they were opposed to sexually explicit books at public school libraries, 85% were opposed to them in elementary schools, 79% are opposed to them in middle school, and 69% were opposed to them in high schools. Parents across…

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