Mayorkas: DHS hasn’t received credible threats involving Swift at Super Bowl 

Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said Wednesday that he is likely to be in attendance to cheer on the Kansas City Chiefs and tight end Travis Kelce. The ministry confirmed it had not received any threats. Mayorkas addressed the recent backlash over Swift’s viability in NFL games and whether there is any “credible” […]

5 Transgender Players Dominate Toronto Women’s Collegiate Volleyball Competition

A women’s college volleyball game in Toronto, Canada, was shut down after reporters covering the game revealed that five players were in fact biologically male who identified as transgender. It became a sausage festival. Rebel News reporters attended a Jan. 24 game between the Centennial Colts and the Seneca Sting after receiving information that multiple […]

49ers’ George Kittle more than ‘other’ tight end in Super Bowl

LAS VEGAS — It’s unofficially “a different season.” You have to be very familiar with the mechanics leading up to the Super Bowl. In his one position on one team he has one dominant player, and then there is “his other” player, who is less noticed and plays the same position on the opposing team. […]

Rangers’ bottom six makes big statement in hard-fought win

It is important to note that references to the “bottom six” are not meant in a pejorative manner. As the March 8 trade deadline approaches, the Rangers will have to improve their bottom-six, who hasn’t been able to become a true third-line center since Filip Sitil went down on Nov. 2. Jimmy Vesey is a […]

With check fraud on the rise, new AI-powered platform helps banks fight back

Jackie DeAngelis, co-host of “The Big Money Show,” speaks with Rohit Chauhan, vice president of artificial intelligence at Mastercard, about the company’s efforts to combat credit card fraud. Although it’s rare to see someone cutting a check at a grocery store these days due to the widespread use of credit and debit cards, checks are […]

Biden claims he discussed Jan. 6 with German chancellor who died in 2017

President Biden claimed to have spoken in 2021 with late German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, who died in 2017, while recalling past conversations during a fundraising event on Wednesday. This is the second time this week that this gaffe has occurred. As per his schedule, Mr. Biden attended three campaign reception events in New York on […]