As American parents hunt for baby formula amid a nationwide shortage, a Congresswoman from Florida relays a distressing message from a Border Patrol agent. One America’s Chloe Hauxwell has more.
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Winners were declared in the Republican Primary Elections for the Mountain and Cornhusker States. One America’s Cynthia Kaui has more on the results.
House Republicans are demanding a plan of action from the Biden administration to fix the baby formula shortages. Rep. Kat Cammack (R-Fla.) posted a video on Facebook in which she explained the administration is sending pallets of baby formula to detention facilities at the border while parents nationwide are unable to find any formula.
Congressional candidate in New York’s Third District, George Santos joined OAN’s Alicia Summers to discuss what the FDA is not telling you.
Project Veritas has been discussing what it announced is a leaked FBI document in which an agent accuses the bureau of a political bias. One America’s Alex Yphantides has more.
British-based newspaper The Guardian claimed the Department of Justice was spying on its reporter over suspected “media leaks.” On Thursday, the publication said the DOJ issued secret subpoenas to access the phone records of reporter Stephanie Kirchgaessner.
The California Senate passed SB866, a bill that would remove parental consent for teens to get vaccinated. The bill now heads to the State Assembly. One Americas Stella Escobedo caught up with Sharon McKeeman of Let Them Breathe who said the bill is radical.
A federal judge will listen to arguments on whether the Biden administration can lift Title 42 immigration restrictions. US District Judge Robert Summerhays in Louisiana will hear the legal challenge from 21 states Friday as to whether the policy should be kept in place beyond the White House’s May 23 end date.
The January 6 Committee issued a round of subpoenas against five Republican lawmakers. In a statement Thursday the Democrat-controlled panel said it has subpoenaed GOP leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) and congressmen Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), Scott Perry (R-Pa.), Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.) and Mo Brooks (R-Ala.).
A Democrat-led bill to force states to keep abortions legal has failed to advance in the Senate. Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) confirmed the senators “duly chosen and sworn and not having voted in the affirmative, the motion is not agreed to.” There were 49 “yes” votes compared the 51 “no” votes.