On the menu today: bitcoin surging, Senate rejects sound money, and schools close in New York City.
Even as self-financed candidates spend big in elections at all levels, their chances of winning remain low.
The regulations Sanders & Co. seek would destroy the incentives needed for innovation and leave us unprepared for the next
Mayor Bill de Blasio has repeatedly said that the city would close public schools if the seven-day average coronavirus positivity
Reading Time: 5 minutes In its last days, the Trump administration is scrambling to make good on a much touted
Reading Time: 3 minutes ‘Staggering and Tragic’: COVID-19 Cases Spike in US Children, Top 1 Million (Dana) The author writes,
According to NBC News, Krebs found out about the firing via Twitter.
The phase 3 trial revealed the vaccine was even more effective than the 90 percent efficacy rate the companies announced
Religious groups have been increasingly targeted, as officials saw a nearly 14 percent increase in attacks against Jews and Jewish
A Montgomery County, MD, officer was shot by a suspect after attempting to arrest the suspect for a homicide on
Larynzo D. Johnson faces two counts of first-degree assault and 33 counts of first-degree wanton endangerment, a news release from
Tuesday on the NewsHour, social media executives face a barrage of questions on Capitol Hill. Plus: What election workers think
After losing to Mitch McConnell in the Kentucky Senate race, Democrat Amy McGrath is spending her money further south, in
Though fundraising for the 2022 elections may seem like it started early, it’s actually gearing up relatively late compared to
The fight to protect children from a harmful social experiment is only just beginning.
Cienfuegos was arrested in October after flying into Los Angeles, and subsequently charged with taking bribes from the H-2 cartel,
The announcement confirms one last draw down of American soldiers from the Middle East before President Trump leaves office.
In an open letter circulating online for signatures, students write to President Lawrence Bacow and Harvard University deans and leadership.
For most Americans, the mention of Hanoi elicits memories of the Vietnam war and the peak of the antiwar movement
Reading Time: 6 minutes In the week since the presidential election was called for President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect
Reading Time: 3 minutes Public Pressure and Lawsuits Kept USPS From Handing Trump the Election (Dana) The author writes, “There
Jens Stoltenberg said that NATO would “face a difficult decision” if the U.S. decides to withdraw from Afghanistan.
Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn explains his reasons for declining an invitation to meet with the president at the White House.
Police Chief Peter Newsham said as opposing groups faced off, “police officers ran and placed themselves between them,” which he
“The Board of Directors for the Los Angeles Police Protective League is unanimous in its belief that its members deserve
If legislators approve of the contract and it is in place in December, the city could receive all the TASERs
Monday on the NewsHour, the pandemic continues to inflict suffering and sorrow across the U.S., but another drug company has
Senator James Lankford (R., Okla.) said he was “in no hurry” to give Joe Biden intelligence briefings, in a Saturday
On the menu today: how we got a vaccine, how it works, how it will be transported, and how our
Amid turmoil within her caucus, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is not expected to face opposition when Democrats choose their leaders
There are currently roughly 4,500 U.S. troops in Afghanistan and 3,000 troops in Iraq.
Northam said he wants a responsible approach that promotes racial equity and preserves youth safety.
Cuba has announced positive and promising results for a number of separate COVID-19 vaccines it is currently developing, but U.S.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Military Voters Fear They’re Part of Unsupported Fraud Claim (Reader Steve) The author writes, “Some military
Reading Time: 3 minutes Later this week, the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) will formally decide on rules that
The governor claimed the inequities in the plan are made worse by a lack of federal aid to aid states
The drug maker is the second to announce an extremely high success rate for its experimental vaccine.
Joe Biden; “We have the most extensive voter fraud in history”
Officer Raymon Washington was struck over the head with a skateboard by 17-year-old Michael Marshall during the protest.
The Lamborghini Huracan they used, which was specially modified for such tasks with a refrigerated trunk, was obtained by the
His agenda risks a new migrant crisis at the border.
On this edition for Sunday, November 15, a contentious transition in the White House as COVID-19 cases spike rapidly across
Trump appeared to admit defeat early Sunday, only to clarify that he would not concede.
Reading Time: < 1 minute The cartoon above was created by DonkeyHotey for WhoWhatWhy from these images: Donald Trump caricature
In Joe Biden, we have replaced Donald Trump with a more conventional and better-mannered embodiment of the same short-sighted thinking.
Conservatives need to rethink economic policy if they want to build a viable political coalition.
On this edition for Saturday, November 14, the latest on the presidential transition including plans for the Pentagon, COVID-19 cases
Reading Time: 7 minutes During the presidential election, the mythical suburban swing voter became the golden fleece. It wasn’t just
The Judson Church windows fill the space with truth that’s ethereal and radiant, but truth it is.
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