Ivermectin-Crazy Physician Assistant’s License Is Suspended
Company sued for allegedly funneling 4.8 million scam robocalls to Indiana residents
Startel Communication allegedly worked with companies in California to flood residents with automated calls from India, the Philippines and Singapore.
Fourth Stimulus Check Update: Petition for Monthly $2,000 Nears 3 Million Signatures
The Change.org petition drew over 2,927,770 signatures as of Saturday, with about 43,000 new supporters in the past month.
Building back better requires a firmer fiscal foundation
Like any household or business, the nation must address its needs and wants in the context of a sustainable budget.
Number of Confederate monuments linked to number of lynchings, study finds
Places with more Confederate monuments tend to also have a history of more lynchings, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Virginia.
Deputy fatally shot, 2 injured at Houston nightclub shooting
A Texas constable deputy was fatally shot and two other deputies were wounded in what police are calling an "ambush" early Saturday morning outside a Houston nightclub.
Biden said being a cop is 'one hell of a lot harder than it's ever been' in speech honoring fallen officers
Obama and Trump wade into key battle over Virginia’s governor seat
Netflix fired an employee who leaked information about David Chappelle's special
Bitcoin-mining power plant raises ire of environmentalists
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Biden has given 10 one-on-one press interviews in his first year
Moderna COVID vaccine booster shot gets an early thumbs-up, but it's not a done deal. What to know
U.S. Will Accept Mixed Doses of Vaccines from International Travelers When Borders Reopen
Thousands of pro-military protesters rally in Sudan capital
Biden: 'Democracy survived' Capitol riot because of police
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Biden Backs Broad-Range Economic Plan With No 10-Year Guarantees
Video shows officer slamming a Black woman to the ground by her braids, which a witness said he tore out of her scalp