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Quarantine ‘Checkpoint’ Opens at New York City’s Penn Station to Enforce Travel Rules

NEW YORK—A few dozen travelers got off a train from Miami at New York City’s Penn Station on Thursday and were greeted by a...

Joe Biden once again reveals his belief that all black people think the same, but says Latinos have ‘diversity’ of thought

Former Vice President Joe Biden made another racially questionable comment Tuesday when discussing the difference between black and Latino voters, Politico reported.During a virtual...

Russia-China “Dedollarization” Reaches “Breakthrough Moment” As Countries Ditch Greenback For Bilateral Trade

Late last year, data released by the PBOC and the Russian Central Bank shone a light on a disturbing - at least, for the...
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Fauci Says No Need For Lockdown If All Americans Follow ‘Five or Six Fundamental’ Measures

Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said that the United States does not need another lockdown to...

1.2 Million Americans File Jobless Claims as Businesses Keep Slashing Jobs Amid Pandemic

The number of American workers filing initial unemployment claims has come in at over 1 million for the 20th straight week, suggesting that despite...

Michigan Governor Declares Racism a Public Health Crisis

Citing the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on minorities, Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed an executive order on Wednesday declaring racism a public health crisis...

Former Atlanta Officer Who Shot Rayshard Brooks Sues for Unlawful Dismissal

The former Atlanta police officer who fatally shot Rayshard Brooks during a confrontation in a Wendy’s parking lot in June has filed a lawsuit...

American Businesses Cut Back on Hiring in July: ADP Jobs Report

Businesses in the United States cut back sharply on hiring in July, suggesting the COVID-19 resurge was dampening enthusiasm among the nation’s private employers...

Trump Campaign Sues Nevada Over Mail-in Ballot Law

The Trump campaign filed a lawsuit Tuesday against Nevada over a law that expands mail-in voting, saying it contributes to voter fraud. Ronna McDaniel, Chairwoman...

Kudlow Says Another Lockdown Would Have ‘Enormous’ Human and Economic Cost

White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow firmly opposed the idea of a hard lockdown to suppress another COVID-19 surge, telling Fox News in an...

DHS Defends Federal Presence in Portland to Quell ‘Assaults by Criminals and Violent Extremists’

'Rioters are not protestors and protestors are not rioters,' said DHS Acting Deputy Secretary Acting Deputy Homeland Security Secretary Ken Cuccinelli on Tuesday defended the...

Aurora Police Apologize After Handcuffing Children in Traffic Stop Mixup

Police in a suburb of Denver, Colorado, have apologized after a black family, with children ranging in age from six to 17, were detained...

House Democrats Subpoena Pompeo Aides Over Trump’s Firing of State Watchdog

House Democrats have issued subpoenas to four State Department officials, calling on them to testify as part of an investigation into the firing of...
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Quarantine ‘Checkpoint’ Opens at New York City’s Penn Station to Enforce Travel Rules

NEW YORK—A few dozen travelers got off a train from Miami at New York City’s Penn Station on Thursday and were greeted by a...
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Snapchat introduces in-app voter registration to engage younger voters

Social media app Snapchat is rolling out an in-app voter registration option, among...

Joe Biden once again reveals his belief that all black people think the same, but says Latinos have ‘diversity’ of thought

Former Vice President Joe Biden made another racially questionable comment Tuesday when discussing the difference between black and Latino voters, Politico reported.During a virtual...

Russia-China “Dedollarization” Reaches “Breakthrough Moment” As Countries Ditch Greenback For Bilateral Trade

Late last year, data released by the PBOC and the Russian Central Bank shone a light on a disturbing - at least, for the...