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(NewsNation) — Utah has become the first state to sign into law legislation that will limit teenagers' access to social media apps including TikTok and Instagram. Republican Gov. Spencer Cox signed two laws Thursday requiring parental consent before kids can

(NewsNation) — For months, former President Trump has levied scathing criticisms of Florida's Republican Governor Ron DeSantis, who is widely expected to compete for the party's 2024 presidential nomination. In an interview with Piers Morgan, DeSantis returned fire, responding to Trump's

OTTAWA, ONTARIO (AP) — President Joe Biden and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday celebrated the close, “inseparable” U.S.-Canada relationship and declared their nations' shared values have never been more important for a world facing both tumult and possibility. Biden, making

Rep. George Santos (R-N.Y.) has reached a deal with Brazilian prosecutors to resolve a 15-year-old fraud case, according to CNN. As part of the agreement, Santos will formally confess to defrauding a Rio de Janeiro clerk of $1,300 in clothes and shoes

(The Hill) — Rep. George Santos (R-N.Y.) introduced a bill Friday that would prevent federal aid from going to countries that have laws that discriminate against women or criminalize LGBTQ people. “Discrimination against both women and the LGBTQ community is unacceptable,”

(NewsNation) — Former President Donald Trump is set to hold his first 2024 presidential campaign rally in Texas on March 25 as the anniversary of the deadly Waco siege nears. According to reports, local Republican leaders say they have been advised to expect up

(NewsNation) — After losing his job over praying on the field after games, assistant high school football coach Joe Kennedy will return to his old district in Washington for the 2023 season. The Seattle Times reports that the Bremerton

SALT LAKE CITY (KTVX) — A Utah law passed in 2022 is now being used to challenge dozens of books in schools across the state for material that is considered by some to be inappropriate and even pornographic. Since the law

(NewsNation) — House Republicans on Friday narrowly passed legislation, labeled the Parents’ Bill of Rights Act, that gives parents a greater say in what's taught in public schools. The legislation passed in a 213-208 vote, with five Republicans voting with every Democrat against the

(NewsNation) — Earlier this week, former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson said the next president should be a governor. They have "tested executive leadership" skills, he said. With this in mind, Hutchinson said, he'll be making his own decision on whether

(NewsNation) — Congress and states are continuing efforts to ban TikTok, a policy decision that influencer Zachery Dereniowski wholeheartedly opposes. Best known as MD Motivator online, he says the social media app changed his life and believes it’s changing other

(NewsNation) — At least three senators have been absent from Capitol Hill as they recover from various ailments, delaying votes and creating frustrations for both parties. On the Democratic side, California Sen. Dianne Feinstein is home recovering from shingles, while