Brittany M. Hughes
Managing Editor
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Brittany is MRCTV's managing editor, host of the web series "Reality Check," and a graduate of the College of William and Mary. Before coming to MRCTV, she worked as an investigative reporter for CNS News. Prior to that, she was an education and politics reporter in Danville, Virginia. 

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Over a third who majored in education, business, law and life sciences said they had regrets, while about a quarter of those who studied engineering said the same – the lowest of any category, but still.

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It may not come as a surprise – well, to anyone but the Biden administration, anyway – but it turns out the majority of Americans aren’t feeling so swell about the current economic situation, or how it’s impacting their own bank accounts.

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The term at the center of this latest contrived controversy is the term “Squaw,” which the administration says is “an offensive ethnic, racial and sexist slur, particularly for Indigenous women.”

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The amount of human waste gunking up the water in San Francisco is thought to be one of the primary triggers for a massive stinking algae bloom that's killing off all the fish. Meanwhile, the city is spending over half a million on designer trashcans while lecturing the rest of us on the environment.

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Days after Mayor Muriel Bowser declared a state of emergency over the massive wave of illegal immigrants pouring into her backyard, Nadeau whined that the feds aren’t doing enough to help D.C. deal with their “crisis,” following reports that the Biden administration wasn’t happy with the “optics” of Bowser repeatedly requesting support from the National Guard.

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Another school district is joining the ranks of those that think it’s OK to hide pertinent information about a child from his or her parents.

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So far this fiscal year, a record-breaking 748 people have died trying to get across the Southwest U.S. border thrown open by the Biden administration.

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To be fair, few people turn to VICE News for serious analysis, an adherence to facts, or even basic common sense. And those who do would likely recognize none of those.

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A major transgender health organization used by many children’s hospitals to craft their medical policies will soon recommend “transgender reassignment surgery” – including non-medically necessary mastectomies, hysterectomies, and castrations – for underage children as young as 15.