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Neighbor Wins Restraining Order Against Laguna Beach Billionaire

SANTA ANA, Calif. (CNS)鈥擜 judge granted a three-year restraining order on Dec. 23 to keep billionaire “bond king” Bill Gross from harassing his Laguna Beach neighbor by blasting b……

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Orange County Fire Chief Warns of Mudslide Dangers

The Orange County Fire Authority chief says he’s terrified that upcoming rainfalls will trigger a mudslide in Southern California’s fire-ravaged canyons.When the Bond Fire began ……

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Woman Charged After Allegedly Threatening Michigan Republican Election Official

Federal prosecutors on Dec. 23 filed charges against a New Hampshire woman who allegedly threatened the chairwoman of Michigan’s Wayne County Board of Canvassers following the pre……

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Proposed Senate Replacement for Harris Comes With Ethical Questions

California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s choice of Alex Padilla to replace Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) may force the U.S. Senate to take a critical look at a $35 million contract awarded ……

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Feds’ Clean Fuel Standard Drives Concerns Over Design, Cost, Implementation

News AnalysisThe feds’ latest weapon in their war against carbon emissions is the clean fuel standard (CFS). However, considerable concern is being raised about its implementatio……

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Congo Strips Aussie Miners of Iron Ore Projects as Beijing Trade Dispute Widens

Amid the ongoing trade disputes that Beijing has instigated against Australian exporters, the Republic of Congo (ROC)—which is heavily indebted to China—has stripped three Austral……

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Mass Power Outages Reported in Major Cities of Southern China

Major cities in China’s southern Guangdong Province experienced sudden widespread blackouts on Dec. 21. The power outages lasted for more than an hour, causing panic among residen……

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CFL Faces Major Challenges in Efforts to Stage Comeback

The pandemic sidelined Canadian Football League players in 2020, but analysts say the league must find a way to play in 2021.The 2020 season, scheduled to kick off on June 11, wa……

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Scotland’s First Minister Apologises for Not Wearing Mask at Wake

Scotland’s First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, has apologized for not wearing a mask at a funeral wake—an apparent breach of CCP virus regulations that carries a potential £60 on-the……

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Congo Strips Aussie Miners of Iron Ore Projects as Beijing Trade Dispute Widens

Amid the ongoing trade disputes that Beijing has instigated against Australian exporters, the Republic of Congo (ROC)—which is heavily indebted to China—has stripped three Austral……

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More Than 1,000 Australians Ready for Naval Shipbuilding Careers

More than 1,000 Australians are ready to join the naval workforce as shipbuilders after the Naval Shipbuilding College (NSC) reached a major milestone in preparing them for their ……

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Trump Urges Americans to ‘Stop the Theft of the Presidential Election’

President Donald Trump in a message to the nation late Tuesday sought to explain why he is determined to pursue all legal and constitutional avenues to “stop the theft of the pres……

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Aussies Won’t Be Locked Down for Christmas

Most Australians won’t be locked down over Christmas after the NSW government eased restrictions on gatherings in Sydney’s COVID-19 hotspot.NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian says no……

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Biden Announces Miguel Cardona as Education Secretary Nominee

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden announced late Tuesday that should he win the presidency, he will nominate Miguel Cardona to be education secretary.Cardona is a former ……

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Qantas Workers’ High Court Sick Leave Bid

Qantas workers who have been stood down during the COVID-19 pandemic are taking their fight for sick leave to the nation’s highest court.A Federal Court appeals bench rejected th……

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Man Who Died on United Flight Had COVID-19: Coroner

A man who died on a United Airlines flight last week had COVID-19, the disease caused by the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, a coroner’s report released Tuesday confirmed.Th……

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19 Chinese and Russian Warplanes Enter South Korea Air Defense Zone: Officials

South Korea scrambled fighter jets on Tuesday after several Chinese warplanes and more than a dozen Russian aircraft entered its air defense zone.The South Korean Joint Chiefs of……

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New Veterans Ombudsman Experienced Disability Backlog Firsthand

OTTAWA—Canada’s new veterans ombudsman says she has endured the same long and frustrating wait as tens of thousands of other former military members after applying for support and……

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VIDEO: ‘This Is a Precipice’—Tracy Beanz on the 2020 Election, Information Warfare, and Draining the Swamp

Joining us today is grassroots conservative political activist Tracy Diaz, known to most as Tracy Beanz. She’s editor-in-chief of UncoverDC, and host of the podcast “Dark to Light.……

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Ingratitude Is Tearing at Canada

 CommentaryIn the early years of the winding and pebbled road of my working life, a sign was hung in the staff room by one of my bosses, a grocer named “Friendly Fred.” I’ve neve……

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Dominion Voting Systems Employee Files Defamation Lawsuit Against Trump Campaign, Others

A Dominion Voting Systems employee who was the subject to allegations and questions about whether he was connected to the militant leftist group Antifa is suing President Donald T……

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UK and France Agree to Reopen Border on Wednesday

Britain and France have reached an agreement on re-opening the border, two days after the French government banned all UK arrivals, including hauliers, over concerns about a new v……

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UK to Face Fresh Food Shortage From Dec. 27 If France Border Remains Shut, MPs Told

The UK will start having problems with supplies of fresh vegetables and fruits from Dec. 27 if the UK-France border is not unblocked within the next 24 hours, a parliamentary comm……

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Ottawa Says Border Controls Are Sufficient Despite Complaints From Ontario

MONTREAL — The federal government defended its approach to securing Canada’s border against COVID-19 as Ontario Premier Doug Ford once again called for more testing at points of e……

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Orange County Santas Keep Christmas Magic Alive, Albeit Virtually

An unmistakable laugh bellows from the receiving end of a phone, signaling a call from jolly old St. Nick himself. When he speaks, the slightest hint of exhaustion is detected.“I……

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US Third-Quarter GDP Growth Revised Slightly Higher; Momentum Waning

WASHINGTON—The U.S. economy grew at a record pace in the third quarter, fueled by more than $3 trillion in pandemic relief, the government confirmed on Dec. 22, but appears to hav……

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US Home Sales Fell More Than Expected in November

WASHINGTON—U.S. home sales fell more than expected in November after five straight months of gains amid a shortage of properties and more expensive houses, but the housing market ……

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Zoom Shared US User Data With Beijing to Ensure Chinese Market Access, Court Documents Show

A Zoom executive worked with Chinese authorities to provide data on users located outside of China and ensure the U.S. video-call giant retained market access in the country, acco……

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Tories Call out Feds for Failing to Decide on Huawei, Counter CCP Interference

Tories called out Ottawa for failing to decide whether Huawei should be banned from participating in Canada’s 5G network, and developing a plan to combat Beijing’s growing foreign……

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Grenell: ‘Very Concerned’ With Biden and His NSA Pick Over China

Richard Grenell, the former acting director of national intelligence, said on Sunday that he was very concerned with Joe Biden and his national security advisor pick with respect ……

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