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On Eve of Hanukkah, Israel Gains in South; More Evidence of Hamas Sex Crimes Uncovered

Israel's military says it's making substantial progress in its goal to destroy the Hamas terror infrastructure in Gaza. The Army's ground offensive is racing against international pressure for a ceasefire while striving for the rescue of the more than 130 hostages still in the hands of Hamas.

IDF Chief Says War Entering New Phase as US 'Cowboy Volunteers' Help Fill Israeli Farming Gap

The Israeli military says it has expanded its operation in southern Gaza, and U.S. officials say the bulk of the fighting may be over by January. Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) Chief of Staff Herzi Halevi says a new phase of the military campaign has begun.

'Do No Harm': Pediatricians Fight in Court as Biden HHS Tries to Force Them to Do Trans Procedures

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit is hearing oral arguments Wednesday in a case challenging a Health and Human Services (HHS) mandate that would force physicians to violate their sound medical judgment and/or their religious beliefs.

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23 GOP State Attorneys General Warn Firms to Stop Backing Efforts to 'De-Bank' Conservatives

A group of almost two dozen state attorneys general have signed a letter telling major firms providing voting advice to corporate shareholders to stop backing efforts to "de-bank" conservatives. 

PA Gov Calls UPenn President's Antisemitism Testimony to Congress 'Absolutely Shameful'

In an exchange with Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY), UPenn President Liz Magill would not say that genocidal chants against Jews amount to harassment.

Young Woman Breaks Down in Tears Over Transgender Trauma, Says Psych Unit Missed 'Red Flags'

Another young woman is sharing her story of regret after she underwent medical and surgical sex procedures to transition into a trans-male.