On this edition for Saturday, August 8, President Trump signs four executive actions to extend COVID-19 economic relief and defer
Refusing to be a party to Converse’s indictment of America as systemically racist, Jeff Poelvoorde dared it to do him
D.C. Circuit judges seem disturbed by the degree to which Judge Sullivan has exhibited bias in Flynn’s case.
The effect will be to allow the vast majority of our society to share thoughts freely and publicly, just as
Friday on the NewsHour, the White House and congressional Democrats are at a stalemate over a new coronavirus relief bill.
The executive committee of Liberty University’s board of trustees announced the decision Friday.
In a June 28 incident caught on video, Mark and Patricia McCloskey pointed guns at protesters after the crowd entered a
George W. Bush, the 43rd president of the United States, has announced he is releasing a new book called “Out
Reading Time: 2 minutes When I think of Pete Hamill I think of the old Brooklyn. New York tabloids. Ireland.
In law and the culture.
Choosing not to fill a vacancy would be a historically unprecedented act of unilateral disarmament.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Texas A&M Disaster Expert: Aerial Photos of Chinese Parking Lots Could Have Flagged COVID Last Year
President Donald Trump sits with NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre (Michael Reynolds – Pool/Getty Images) The National Rifle Association plans to
About 35 percent of Americans say they would not receive such a vaccine to guard against the coronavirus, while 65
“We are shocked by the recent Executive Order, which was issued without any due process,” the company said in a
Thursday on the NewsHour, congressional Democrats and Republicans appear to be at an impasse over a new coronavirus relief package.
Portland police chief Chuck Lovell slammed “incomprehensible” violence on Thursday after rioters moved to target city police precincts.
The absolute vacuum in American politics is being filled by partisan rage.
(Carolyn Van Houten/The Washington Post via Getty Images) Political campaigns are staying home during the COVID-19 pandemic that shows no
California added 2,347 new cases of the virus on Wednesday, and 68 more people died from the infection, bringing the state’s
About the Fourth Plinth program in London’s Trafalgar Square: Beauty will save the world — and ugliness will ruin it.
A massive explosion rocked Beirut on Tuesday, flattening much of the city’s port, damaging buildings across the capital and sending
Reading Time: 6 minutes Before the COVID-19 pandemic reached fever pitch, I was on the edge of burnout. Teaching is
Reading Time: 3 minutes Hackers Broke Into Real News Sites to Plant Fake Stories (Mili) The author writes, “Security firm
“You don’t have to lock down again, but everybody has got to be on board,” Fauci stated.
The vice president said it is a reminder of the importance of the upcoming election in determining the future makeup
Wednesday on the NewsHour, Beirut grapples with the fallout of a cataclysmic explosion that injured thousands. Plus: What issues matter
The U.S. government is in a love affair with Israel, and nowhere is it more apparent than in the halls
Officials in Montgomery County, Maryland, are pushing back against an executive order by Governor Larry Hogan that prevents a blanket
Iowa was the only state with a lifetime ban on voting for convicted felons unless they appealed to the governor
Missouri Democratic congressional candidate Cori Bush. (Michael B. Thomas/Getty Images) Missouri’s 1st District has been represented by a member of
The American crackdown on the popular social-media app has invited specious comparisons to China’s model of censorship.
Increasing Returns, the Swedish Experiment, the Twitter Risk Factor, and more.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Deputies Accused of Being in Secret Societies Cost LA County Taxpayers $55 Million (Reader Steve) From
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo talks with US Ambassador to Japan Bill Hagerty in 2019. Hagerty is now competing for
Reading Time: 6 minutes Defund the police? Whether you support or oppose the idea, it’s already happening, from big cities
As Sino–American relations continue to deteriorate, liberal democracies need to unite against China’s ever-expanding economic influence.
John Lott’s latest is a handbook of useful numbers.
Tuesday on the NewsHour, Congress and the Trump administration continue to negotiate over another economic relief package as the coronavirus
Massive explosions that rocked the city of Beirut on Tuesday were fueled by a 2,750-ton shipment of ammonium nitrate that
The Trump administration is seeking to boost arms sales to India following deadly clashes between Chinese and Indian soldiers.
Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) is one of a number of high-profile Democrats facing a Republican opponent who has used her
At least 42 states as well as the District of Columbia will allow voters to vote using absentee ballots without
Kobach is the poster boy for doing his homework badly and defeating his own cause.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Census Cut Short a Month (Dana) The author writes, “The Census Bureau is ending all counting
Israel is believed to be behind several recent acts of sabotage against Iranian civilian and military infrastructure, including a hospital,
Officers were met with a “hostile crowd” on the scene and were forced to bring in reinforcements to the area.
The president has argued that mail-in ballots serve as a breeding ground for voter fraud and put the integrity of
Reading Time: 15 minutes Why do self-described evangelicals overwhelmingly support an irreligious commander-in-chief? Why do megachurches demand to stay open
Fraud, chaos, the end of the Republic?