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  1. A prominent Virginia school district is dropping Read Across America Day, which celebrates the beloved children's author Dr. Seuss after a left-wing educators group alleged that his books contain "racial undertones."
  2. Given that I had the keys to the castle, the deeper I looked the more it began to be clear that the rules and regulations that we were obliged by law to follow were being ignored with nearly every abortive procedure.
  3. On Thursday, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Equality Act that will now head to the Senate... "The deceptive bill called the Equality Act – anything but equality," argued Rep. Jody Hice.
  4. The US House of Representatives approved a $1.9 trillion Coronavirus relief bill early Saturday morning in a 219-212 vote.
  5. One Texas delivery driver says she is "amazingly blessed" after a couple offered to let her stay in their home during last week's winter storm.
  6. Oklahoma Republican Sen. James Lankford spoke at CPAC on Friday about America's freedom of religion, standing tall for our religious liberties. "Liberal professors, left-wing politicians can't push faith out of public view because they don't like it. We have a First Amendment..."
  7. President Joe Biden’s Department of Justice has withdrawn its support for a lawsuit brought by three female high school athletes that would block transgender females — biological males — from competing on girls’ sports teams in Connecticut.
  8. A university in New York has reportedly suspended one of its students after he shared an Instagram post in which he asserted “a man is a man, a woman is a woman.”
  9. Super Bowl-winning coach and network sports analyst Tony Dungy says families talking together about race will go a long way towards addressing racism in the U.S.
  10. An official says 42 people including 27 students who were abducted two weeks ago from a school in northern Nigeria have been freed.
  11. Between 1620 and the time of the Civil War, the Great Dismal Swamp on the Virginia-North Carolina border served as a thriving refuge for runaway slaves who chose to build their lives in freedom no matter the conditions.
  12. During the mid-1980s, a young Hormoz Shariat was earning his Ph.D. in Computer Engineering at the University of Southern California. That’s when his life changed forever.
  13. U.S. health advisers endorsed a one-dose COVID-19 vaccine from Johnson & Johnson on Friday, putting the nation on the cusp of adding an easier-to-use option to fight the pandemic.
  14. Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) grilled President Joe Biden’s nominee for assistant secretary of health over whether the government should be allowed to override parental authority in allowing children suffering from gender dysphoria to begin taking puberty-blocking hormones or pursue irreversible surgeries to reconstruct their genitalia.
  15. The United Nations body responsible for overseeing Palestinian Refugee Education said recently it had removed violent and anti-Israel content from special materials it published to help Palestinian children study at home during the COVID-19 pandemic, after it was challenged by a report from IMPACT-se. But a new investigation questioned that so-called resolution and found the changes didn’t go far enough.
  16. While dozens of New Yorkers lined up outside in the rain, shopping carts at the ready as they waited for free food, Sofia Moncayo led her team in prayer.
  17. One week after a wild stretch of winter weather slammed a large portion of the southern United States with snow, ice and bitterly cold air, some of the same areas are now facing the risk of flooding.
  18. An explosion struck an Israeli-owned cargo ship sailing out of the Middle East on Friday, an unexplained blast renewing concerns about ship security amid escalating tensions between the U.S. and Iran.
  19. Hundreds of girls are missing after a large group of gunmen raided a school in northern Nigeria early Friday morning, residents say.
  20. The House on Thursday voted to pass the Equality Act, landmark LGBTQ legislation that poses major challenges for religious liberty. An alternative approach, the Fairness for All Act, aims to accommodate both LGBTQ concerns and people of faith but has yet to win mainstream support from faith-based groups.
  21. British actor-producer Sacha Baron Cohen admitted in a recent interview with NPR that his "Borat" movie sequel was intended to perform as a multimillion-dollar contribution to Joe Biden's presidential campaign.