Mia Cathell

Mia Cathell is a graduate of Boston University with a BS in Journalism. She was the founding media chair for the campus’ Young Americans for Freedom chapter. Bylines: Boston Globe, The Federalist.

Articles/Stories written by Mia Cathell: 650

WATCH: Sec of State Blinken fails to say how many of 60,000 Afghans don't have SIV status

Secretary of of State Antony Blinken failed to answer Congress' question as to how many of the 60,000 Afghans brought to the United States do not have SIV status.

BREAKING: Video of Biden apparently getting booed in New York on anniversary of 9/11 surfaces

Video of what appears to be President Joe Biden being booed by a crowd at a 9/11 memorial site has surfaced on the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks.

Video of Larry Elder hugging supporter debunks manipulated LA Times photo that suggested he slapped her

New footage clearly shows California gubernatorial candidate Larry Elder and a supporter greeting each other with a warm embrace.

BREAKING: Donald Trump makes surprise visit to NYPD and FDNY on 20th anniversary of 9/11

"We're not supposed to say it, but I'll say it," Trump said to the New York City police officers and the fire fighters gathered. "We love the Blue!"

LA Times manipulates photo, headline to falsely suggest Larry Elder slapped a woman at campaign stop where he was attacked

Los Angeles Times has since scrubbed the misleading cover photo after significant backlash online.

BREAKING: Biden heckled in New Jersey for abandoning Americans in Afghanistan

"Resign, you tyrant!" a heckler shouted at Biden who received a hostile welcome in Hurricane Ida-hit New Jersey.

AP corrects article claiming 70 percent of calls to Mississippi Poison Control were about ivermectin ingestion

The Associated Press admitted it "erroneously reported" based on information provided by the Mississippi Department of Health that 70 percent of recent calls to the Mississippi Poison Control Center were from residents who had ingested the ivermectin version meant for animals.

Reuters writes glowing profile of Antifa member charged with multiple violent crimes

"Antifascism is more than just punching Nazis in the face," Reuters quotes Armbruster, adding: "Nonetheless, she believes violence can serve a purpose."

Emory University won't share suspect's race after Autism Center was vandalized with swastikas, racial slurs: report

Racial slurs discovered at Emory Autism Center were reportedly written near workspace occupied by two African American women. Swastikas were discovered in a hallway near a Jewish man's office.

Capitol Police officer who killed Ashli Babbitt claims he 'saved countless lives' on Jan 6

"Again, I believe I showed the utmost courage on Jan. 6, and it's time for me to do that now," Capitol Police officer Lt. Michael Byrd said.

US on alert for more attacks in Kabul after 13 US service members, 90 civilians killed

Head of US Central Command General Frank McKenzie said that more attacks by the Islamic State could be imminent, and may be in the form or car bombs or rockets.

New pro-life children's book teaches kids about the sanctity of life

"As parents, it's our job to teach our kids the truth. Our children need to know that every life deserves a chance—even the unborn."

BREAKING: Trump blasts Biden over 'total surrender' in Afghanistan at massive Alabama rally

"This will go down as one of the great military defeats of all time. It did not have to happen that way. This is not a withdrawal. This was a total surrender, a surrender for no reason," Trump declared.

MUST WATCH: Black mother slams Antifa for attacking her family during Christian worship service

"White supremacy is not the problem. Proud Boys were not the problem. Antifa black bloc were the ones who threw bombs, mortars, and pepper spray at me and my children."

BREAKING: Capitol Police officer who shot Ashli Babbitt cleared in internal probe

A memo from the commander of the Capitol Police's Office of Personal Responsibility states that "no further action will be taken in this matter."