At a Senate committee hearing, Dr. Anthony Fauci saidthere is "not enough data" to show whether COVID-19 booster shots lowered death or hospitalization rates for kids.

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Fauci makes admission to Rand Paul about COVID boosters for young kids

At a Senate committee hearing, Dr. Anthony Fauci saidthere is "not enough data" to show whether COVID-19 booster shots lowered death or hospi

Meet The 40 New Covid Billionaires

The richest of these new billionaires is Li Jianquan, the president of Chinese medical products manufacturer Winner Medical, which ramped up 

Virginia goes red: How woke politics helped Republicans take the state

LifeSite Contributing Editor, Claire Chretien, sits down with Political Media CEO Larry Ward to discuss the recent gubernatorial election in

No more excuses. It’s time to return to school in person, full time

Educators in many parts of the country are now eligible for the coronavirus vaccine, which should mean one thing: No more excuses. It’s time

Why We Shouldn't Be Surprised If North Korea Launched Ransomware Cyberattack

North Korea is now suspected of hacks on banks in 18 countries.

Net Neutrality Leads to Higher prices, Less Innovation

Keeping Obama administration-era net neutrality rules would result in higher Internet prices for consumers and less innovation, according to

Flipping the Rules from the Obama era

Over a few months, lawmakers used an obscure legislative rule to ram through changes that will have far-reaching implications for the coal in

What should I do to protect myself?

How to tell if at risk from WannaCry ransomware and what to do if you have been attacked

North Korea open to talks with Trump

North Korea is willing to engage in talks with the U.S. under the right conditions, a senior North Korean diplomat revealed Saturday.

'Burper' case involving 7th-grader back to Gorsuch court

If a 7th grader starts trading fake burps for laughs in gym class, what's a teacher to do?

Why the U.S. Is right to invest in Nuclear Weapons

Though it may seem counterintuitive, nuclear weapons are a critical tool of world peace.

Five Years Later: Podesta Group discloses extensive lobbying with Hillary

A document filed last month by the Podesta Group revealed the firm failed to disclose dozens of contact points it made with State Dept.

There's a huge court case you need to hear about

There's a huge court case you need to hear about. But the outcome is likely to have enormous repercussions for online privacy, net neutrality

How to stop school lunch shaming? Leave kids out of it

Far too often in school cafeterias across the country, a student is served a lunch, only for it to be thrown away because he or she does not

Steel Industry, Seeing a New Dawn

Stocks are up, and employees at a South Carolina plant are confident in the prospect of infrastructure spending and a tough stand on trade.

U.S. jobless claims fall

U.S. jobless claims fall; continuing claims lowest since 1988

Kill Obamacare’s Bureaucratic Overhead Before We’re Stuck With It

One of the more pernicious legacies of Obamacare is the provision in the law for the establishment of an Independent Payment Advisory Board (

Aetna exits Obamacare exchanges

Health insurance giant Aetna said Wednesday that it will not be participating in any Obamacare exchanges in 2018.

What makes ‘milk’ milk?

Authenticity is important. In a relationship, you trust your partner. In a voting booth, you want to trust your candidate. In a supermarket,

Taxpayers become federal spending watchdogs

The Treasury launched a website Tuesday where people can track how tax dollars are spent .