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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

Politicians must stand up against the drug traffickers ruining our youth

Can it be that some politicians do not perceive the fear gripping our communities?

Mark Zuckerberg wants government to give everybody free money

Zuckerberg also called for universal basic income, echoing other elite members of Silicon Valley

More Victims of ISIS Again?

Gunmen have attacked a bus carrying Coptic Christians in central Egypt, killing at least 28 people and wounding 25 others, officials say.

Graduation speech pulled over Christian content

It is a right that he is afforded under the United States Constitution and it is a right that was denied to him.

Remembering A Soldier Who Died For His Country Before Becoming A Citizen

Memorial Day weekend is a time when a lot of Americans remember those who have served and lost their lives during war.

Can the middle class afford college?

The beginning of May was the deadline for the last of high-school seniors to make their final decision about where they’re going to college.

Wasserman Schultz threatens Police Chief for gathering evidence

Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz threatens Chief of U.S. Capitol Police with “consequences” for doing his job

“It’s a viable idea”

Republican legislators and policy experts are kicking around a novel way to increase health coverage automatically enrolling millions

He plowed his field; now he faces a $2.8 million fine

A farmer faces trial in federal court this summer and a $2.8 million fine for failing to get a permit to plow his field and plant wheat.

The Kennedy Democrats don't want

The latest Kennedy to run for office is discovering the storied family name isn't enough anymore

The FBI probe you haven't heard about

There's a big story going on right now involving the FBI, the White House, and potential criminal activity. And no, this one has nothing t

Fixing America’s Public Schools: A 19-Point Checklist

Some suggestions to shatter the unions’ preferred narrative.

Iran election: Why it's important to the U.S.

Iranian voters will decide the fate of moderate President Hassan Rouhani and his policy of engagement with the West on Friday.

Obama’s Justice Department refused to hire military veterans for jobs

The Obama Justice Department discriminated against military veterans, trying to force them to withdraw their applications for two job posting

Dazed and Confused......

Nancy Pelosi Gets Completely Befuddled By Questioner In CNN Town Hall

DNC Workers Sue Party

Dozens of field workers filed a class action lawsuit against the Democratic National Committee, claiming the party pushing employers to pay a