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News Updates

US Warns Venezuela to Turn Away Iranian Naval Ships

Last week FISM News reported on two Iranian Navy ships sailing toward Venezuela. These ships are suspected of transporting weapons to Venezuela and are the first ships Iran has directed into the Atlantic Ocean. Venezuela and Iran are both considered to be hostile toward the US, and they have collaborated,

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Biden Waves FBI Checks at Border Putting Minors at Risk

The crisis at the US-Mexico border is getting worse each day. There are over 18,000 immigrant children currently held in custody by the US government and this number is continually rising. Some of these children have illegally immigrated into the US with their families as part of the thousands of

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FBI-Led Sting Operation Leads to Over 800 Arrests Worldwide

A recently unsealed indictment reveals the behind-the-scenes effort of an intricate global sting operation, led by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The sting known as Operation Trojan Shield involved the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, the U.S. Marshalls, Europol, and at least 16 other nations.

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TV Stations Reject Pro-Life Ad Calling it “Unacceptable”

Multiple TV networks have rejected a new advertisement created by the pro-life group The Susan B. Anthony List (SBAL). SBAL announced the new ad as well as a $2 million advertisement initiative on their website and Twitter in response to the pending case Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization that will be heard before

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Australia Unearths Fossil of Largest Dinosaur to Walk the Continent

In a study posted on June 7, the Queensland Museum revealed that a new species of giant sauropod, the long-necked dinosaur, was discovered in Australia. The fossil of the newly-named Australotitan cooperensis is the largest dinosaur to have walked the continent, while also representing “the first record of dinosaurs from the southern-central Winton Formation

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Senate Passes $250 Billion U.S. Innovation and Competition Act

The Senate on Tuesday passed 68-32 a $250 billion tech and manufacturing bill, intended to keep the U.S. competitive with China. The bill known as the U.S. Innovation and Competition Act of 2021, or USICA, funds scientific research, provides subsidies for chip and robot makers, and overhauls the National Science

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