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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

Closed because of Soda Tax

One of many? ....CC Orlando & Sons, opened in 1948, closed because of Soda tax.

Pro-life laws do not harm public health

Researchers try to find evidence that pro-life laws cause public-health problems.

Stop Calling Jesus a Socialist

It must be said that Jesus was and is not a socialist by anyone's definition, save those of his revisionists.

Gone but not forgotten

Judge orders State Department to keep searching for Benghazi emails

A Very Fresh Face Is Running for Governor

Thanks to loose election rules, a 16-year-old is seeking the state’s highest office before he can vote himself

The best school district in America

In an Ohio suburb 20 miles outside Cleveland, a city where schools are failing by almost every measure

FBI: Teen sold bomb threats

Israeli arrested for sending more than 100 threatening messages

NASA issues safety warning for solar eclipse

The eclipse, which is the first total eclipse in the Lower 48 since 1979, will take place Aug. 21 and will last two hours and 38 minutes.

NYC Mayor proposes 'Millionaires Tax' to fix subway

Bill de Blasio also wants the higher tax on city's wealthy to subsidize low-income riders.

How a dog Named Brutus Was Used to Steal $36,000

Civil asset forfeiture is the formal name for this form of state sanctioned theft.

A scenario of Big Brother run amok that not even George Orwell could have imagined.

In NYC, No One is Safe from Big Brother – Not Even Man’s Best Friend

Government Has No Clue How Much Land It Bought With $815 Million

The Interior Department does not centrally track information about grants awarded for the purpose of acquiring land.

They Don't have to tell you

The FBI published the final rule this week.

Costly Financial Fees You Might Not Know You’re Paying

46% of full-time employed baby boomers polled by investment advisory firm Rebalance IRA in 2014 said they believed they paid no fees.

How to stop robocalls to your cellphone

The federal and state “Do Not Call” lists are supposed to protect people from unwanted calls.

How one Texas parent is trying to solve a growing problem

No organization existed for higher-functioning autistic adults .