The public will be able to honor Ginsburg's trailblazing legal career and life of public service Wednesday and Thursday.

Press CorpAbout the Press Corp

Our mission is to serve as a platform for real investigative journalism. America's Founding Fathers understood that a free press was required to prevent the government from abusing its power. We aim to continue the tradition of the fourth and fifth estate, in order to responsibly hand it over to the next generation of Americans.


House Republicans Blast WHO and China in COVID Origins Report

House Republicans slammed the Chinese Communist Party and the World Health Organization for their handling of the coronavirus pandemic in a M

Detached from reality? Why U.S. stocks just hit a new high

Has Wall Street missed the news that we are in a pandemic?

Louisville Braces For Riots Ahead Of Breonna Taylor Decision, Mayor Declares State Of Emergency

Democratic Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer issued an executive order declaring a state of emergency Tuesday, on the heels of the Louisville Met

DEMINT: How A Big Blue Lie Fueled A Summer Of Riots

Protestors protest for lots of reasons – against injustice, to give a voice to the voiceless, or to speak truth to power.

Nike anti-racism crusade turns a blind eye to slave labor in China

It never gets old watching big corporations with more power and influence than some governments rush to appease a mob of whining, unhinged lu

New York’s true nursing home death toll cloaked in secrecy

New York’s coronavirus death toll in nursing homes, already among the highest in the nation, could actually be a significant undercount

California Public Health Director Resigns After Officials Find Massive Discrepancy In Reported Coronavirus Cases

California’s public health director resigned after unidentified failures in the state’s coronavirus reporting system.

Big Tech Allies Join Biden Campaign

The Biden campaign has enlisted several allies of big tech companies as part of its policy planning initiatives, the New York Times reported

Lindsey Graham Claims Declassified Docs Show FBI ‘Misled’ Congress on Steele Dossier

Newly declassified documents show that the FBI misled Congress regarding the reliability of the Steele dossier, Senator Lindsey Graham (R., S

Chicago raises bridges after night of violence and looting

Widespread violence and looting erupted in downtown Chicago after a police-involved shooting that left a man injured.

Rep. Buck: Actual national debt is $30 trillion, 'There's no conversation' in D.C. about repaying it

'This troubles me greatly, but all I see is more spending' with 'no conversation in Washington D.C. about how to pay this money back,’ Rep. B

Portland Mayor: Violent Rioters ‘Attempting to Commit Murder’

Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler (D) on Thursday condemned the violence that recently convulsed his city, stating demonstrators are “attempting to

Experts Say COVID-19 Cases Are Surging, But How Reliable Is The Testing Data?

A second wave of the Wuhan virus in the U.S. raises questions about how positive cases are being determined, the validity of the case data, a

NY Attorney General Seeks to Dissolve NRA

New York’s attorney general sued the National Rifle Association on Thursday, seeking to put the powerful gun advocacy organization out of bus

1.2M jobless claims filed last week, marking 20 straight weeks of more than a million

The number of new applications for unemployment benefits last week was 1.2 million.

Disney Theme Parks Report $3.5B in Losses Due to Coronavirus Pandemic

Walt Disney Co. reported that its net income plummeted dramatically in the three-month period.

Violence in Portland diminishes as state police take over for DHS

Violent attacks in Portland, Oregon, have diminished in the week since the Trump administration and local officials reached an agreement to i

Beirut Explosion Death Toll Skyrockets As Thousands Injured, 300,000+ Left Homeless

At least 100 people have officially been reported to have died in the massive explosion that rocked Beirut yesterday.

Twitter Faces Potential $250M Fine For ‘Inadvertently’ Taking Users’ Contact Info For Advertising

Twitter may face a fine of up to $250 million for using phone numbers and emails from its users to target advertising.

Conservative Leaders Petition President Trump To Save Steve Stockman's Life