Moderna boss says COVID-19 vaccine not proven to stop spread of virus

Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine may not get life back to normal right away because it hasn’t yet been proven to prevent the deadly bug from spr

Texas, Louisiana Can Exclude Planned Parenthood From Medicaid Funding, Court Rules

Texas and Louisiana may exclude Planned Parenthood clinics from Medicaid funding, the Fifth Circuit ruled Monday.

Trump-hating actor Robert De Niro: President's supporters 'should be afraid of what's gonna happen' when he's out of office

Actor Robert De Niro said supporters of President Donald Trump have a lot to worry about once he leaves office — presumably in January — and

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

Communist Hammer & Sickle Messaging in Netflix’s ‘Cuties’

The Netflix movie ‘Cuties’, which has received a massive backlash for sexualizing children, also features subtly placed Communist hammer & si

BLM Race Riots Explode in Lancaster, Pennsylvania After Officer Shoots Aggressive Knife-Wielding Man

Mob riots have exploded in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, with false rumors sweeping over the community hours after an aggressive man wielding a kn

The Coming Backlash to the Oscars’ Diversity Mandate

It’s easy to make fun of the Oscars’ new set of diversity requirements: Are we going to have to watch Lieutenant Colonel Anne Hathaway tossin

HYPOCRISY: Disney Threatened to Boycott Georgia Over Pro-Life Law, But Ignores China’s Concentration Camps

Last year, former Disney CEO Bob Iger threatened the people of Georgia.

First Black Female Dallas Police Chief Resigns amid Attacks on Police

Dallas Chief of Police U. Reneé Hall submitted her resignation Tuesday as attacks on police officers and civil unrest continue.

FDA Chief Floats Idea Of Fast-Track Approval For Eventual Vaccine

The head of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) says he could fast-track a coronavirus vaccine once one is created – even before Phase Thr

U.S. Universities Underreport Donations from Hostile Regimes by Over $1.5 Billion

New data from the Department of Education show that several top-tier universities, including Yale and Cornell, failed to report more than $3

Suspected Portland Shooter Claimed He is ‘100% Antifa’ On Social Media

Michael Forest Reinoehl, the suspect in a fatal shooting during another violent and chaotic night in Portland Saturday, is reportedly “100% a

Hurricane Laura Pounds Louisiana Coastline as Category 2 Storm

Hurricane Laura pounded the Gulf Coast for hours with ferocious wind, torrential rains and rising seawater as it roared ashore over southwest

Isaias clears North Carolina, moves into Virginia, Maryland as hurricane status is downgraded

The storm swept the Atlantic Coast last night, moving from North Carolina to Virginia in about seven hours. It continues to make its way Nort

Massive Twitter Hack Hits Obama, Biden, Bloomberg, Musk, Kanye, Gates, More

The Twitter accounts of some of the world’s most powerful people, including Joe Biden, Barack Obama, and Michael Bloomberg were compromised e

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.

America reopening: 14 more states ease restrictions before Memorial Day weekend

As the United States continues its gradual reopening, on Monday more than a dozen states began easing restrictions that had shuttered nonesse

10 Socially-Distanced Ways to Honor the Fallen on Memorial Day Weekend 2020

This year especially, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, Memorial Day 2020 will stand out as a unique day in history, as many will have to alte

All states will be on path to reopening for summer

Every state will have partially lifted restrictions by Memorial Day, even though most have not seen the downward trend of new daily cases cal

Coronavirus pandemic creates suicide risk. ‘This could last years’

After years of a steady climb in suicide deaths, prevention advocates worry there could be a mental health fallout from the coronavirus pande