Obama and Trump wade into key battle over Virginia’s governor seat
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.
Biden has given 10 one-on-one press interviews in his first year
Top Democratic strategist said one-on-one interviews could be dangerous for President Joe Biden, who is suffering from low approval ratings amid a series of issues crisis facing the nation.
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.
Ivermectin-Crazy Physician Assistant’s License Is Suspended
A Washington State physician’s assistant who mounted a “public campaign touting the use of ivermectin” for treating COVID, allegedly bullying hospital staffers to prescribe the unproven drug, had his license suspended by the state medical commission....
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Biden: 'Democracy survived' Capitol riot because of police
WASHINGTON (AP) — Framed by the Capitol, President Joe Biden paid tribute Saturday to fallen law enforcement officers and honored those who fought off the Jan. 6 insurrection at that very site by declaring “because of you, democracy survived.” Biden...
Netflix fired an employee who leaked information about David Chappelle's special
Thousands of pro-military protesters rally in Sudan capital
Kyrsten Sinema pads campaign coffers with even more Big Pharma funds, new FEC filing shows
U.S. Will Accept Mixed Doses of Vaccines from International Travelers When Borders Reopen
Biden said being a cop is 'one hell of a lot harder than it's ever been' in speech honoring fallen officers
Maine liberal arts college prohibits caste-based discrimination
Deputy fatally shot, 2 injured at Houston nightclub shooting
Number of Confederate monuments linked to number of lynchings, study finds
Biden Backs Broad-Range Economic Plan With No 10-Year Guarantees
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Video shows officer slamming a Black woman to the ground by her braids, which a witness said he tore out of her scalp
Company sued for allegedly funneling 4.8 million scam robocalls to Indiana residents