U.K.’s Boris Johnson Predicts Difficult Winter as Covid Deaths Rise
Marjorie Taylor Greene Steps Up National America First Strategy
Georgia Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene this week is taking steps to build on her campaign to be a national voice for the America First movement, influence the 2022 elections and nudge the GOP congressional caucus to the right.
On school reading lists, Gary Paulsen's 'Hatchet' isn't just required, it's desired
Teachers and librarians praise the adventures of Paulsen, who died last week at age 82, for both expanding minds and bringing in reluctant readers.
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Which MacBook should you buy now?
New MacBook Pro models and new chips mean a lot of new options for Mac laptops. But just how Pro do you need to go?
Trump admits he didn't go all-out to push Republicans to vote in the Georgia Senate runoffs because he was 'angry' over losing the election, book says
"They didn't want to vote, because they knew they got screwed in the presidential election," Trump said of Georgia's Republican voters.
Chinese Movie About U.S. Military Defeat Set to Break Box Office Records
Korean War epic "The Battle at Lake Changjin" recouped more than its $200 million production budget on its opening day this month.
'Glad we are nothing like you': Australian leader blasts Ted Cruz on 'COVID tyranny' remark
Steele dismisses James Bond comparisons -- but dossier did leave him shaken, stirred
Schumer urges Biden to nominate N.Y. Assemblyman Nick Perry for ambassador to Jamaica
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Energy price cap not working, says power boss
Trump tears into 'wacky and inffective' Louisiana GOP Sen. Cassidy
Capitol police officer pleads not guilty to obstruction charges over messages with rioter
ER Crowding Threatens a Health Care House of Cards
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Two dead, 450 arrested in Chile protest violence
Families of Parkland mass shooting victims reach $25 million settlement with school district
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Haiti kidnapping: Gang wants $17 million ransom for American and Canadian missionaries
What are heat pumps and why is the UK government pushing them?