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WHO Quietly Changes COVID Timeline following Republican Questioning

The World Health Organization quietly changed its timeline of the coronavirus pandemic’s first days.

Private Payrolls Estimated To Rise by 2.37 Million in June, May Revised Up By 5.2 Million

U.S. private payrolls increased by 2.369 million in June, the ADP National Employment Report showed on Wednesday.

New York City Begins Reopening, 400,000 Expected To Return To Work

New York City began reopening Monday, allowing nearly 400,000 people to begin returning to work, NBC News reported.

Can the 'Spirit of 1776' heal our nation in 2020?

The document that we celebrate on July 4 established liberty, equality, consent of the governed, and independence from tyranny as foundationa

Searching for Self-Reliance

As President Reagan said in his first Inaugural Address, “It is not my intention to do away with government. It is, rather, to make it work -

This Is How It Feels When Your City Is Attacked

Our spirit will endure, beyond political seasons, and despite whatever revolting attacks may yet be to come.

Newsflash: America Never Joined Paris Agreement

The fact is the Paris Agreement is a treaty. The U.S. was never a part of. It was the only nation to join via executive order.

Six days which changed the Middle East

Fifty years ago, war broke out between Israel and its neighbours. The conflict lasted just six days but its effect would last to the present

In one state, abused animals get a legal voice in court

One state has created legal advocates for abused animals, an experiment being watched nationwide for signs of success.

North Korea, cyberattacks and 'Lazarus': What we really know

What can be done to protect computers from future breaches and, trickiest of all, who is to blame?

CNN Host takes A stand

Host speaks out about liberal intolerance, ‘anti-intellectualism’ and the silencing of conservative voices.

We owe it to the poor to exit the Paris Climate Treaty

The scientific godfather of modern global warming alarmism, James Hansen, has called the Paris Climate Agreement a fraud.

ISIS's Perverse, Bloody Interpretation of Ramadan

For the overwhelming majority of Muslims, Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, is a time of prayer and atonement.

What the last Nuremberg prosecutor alive wants the world to know

At 97, Ben Ferencz is the last Nuremberg prosecutor alive and he has a far-reaching message for today’s world.

Why Keystone XL Would Be an Economic and Environmental Win

In all, the pipeline will contribute more than $20 billion to the U.S. economy.

Millennials and small business go well

Contrary to stereotypes, Millennials are pretty down-to-earth in their outlook. They’re more likely to want to start a business.

Beware of nationwide phone scam

If you believe you've been a victim of the scam, you can report the incident to the local marshals office.

Hillary Clinton and the “biggest nothing-burger”

Hillary Clinton says her secret email server scandal was the “biggest nothing-burger” of the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

Manchester Bomber used taxpayer money to fund terror

It is apparently not uncommon for jihadists to obtain thousands of pounds in student loans with no intention of attending school.

A Legal Victory over the Moon

In this week's ruling, the judges said Davis made a case that the detention violated her constitutional right regarding unreasonable seizure.