According to a newly released report by the Center for Immigration Studies, legal and illegal immigrant-headed households receive an average of $6,241 in welfare, 41 percent more than native households, which receive an average of $4,431. That represents a total cost of $103 billion in welfare benefits to those households, the Washington Examiner writes.

 

 

The role of U.S. special forces in Afghanistan, who are technically considered to be consultants rather than combatants, has caused confusion among some troops concerning exactly what their role is.

A number of former Facebook employees have admitted they regularly censored conservative news, denying it placement in the site’s “Trending Topics” section regardless of its popularity. 

Is this politician for me? As part of a series of articles, we give the backgrounds and voting records of some noteworthy U.S. politicians — both good and bad — in the 2016 election.

The FBI wants to exempt its massive biometrics database from federal law requiring individuals to be notified that their data is being collected and given a chance to correct inaccuracies in it.

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