Policy and Politics

Joe Biden's lengthy history of fabrication, plagiarism and racial controversy

In 1987, Biden said publicly that he marched during the civil rights movement but later admitted he was "not an activist" and he was "not out

Judge orders new election in NJ race marred by mail-in ballot fraud charges

A New Jersey judge ordered a new election for a Paterson City Council seat, which was initially believed to be won by a candidate who has sin

DNC Viewership On TV Networks Tumbles 48 Percent From 2016

Democratic National Convention night two viewership was down at least 48 percent from broadcasts of the same night in 2016, even though many

Florida OKs release of genetically modified mosquitoes in Keys to slow insect disease spread

Hundreds of millions of genetically altered mosquitos have been approved to be released in Florida, in the hopes that they will ultimately he

JetBlue Reportedly Kicks Family Off Flight over Maskless Two-Year-Old

A video gaining steam on social media shows a woman in the middle of a heated confrontation with a JetBlue flight attendant who told the woma

White House sees chance for 'skinny' deal with Democrats on coronavirus aid package

Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s decision to call the House in to vote on money for the Postal Service could pave the way for a narrow deal on a corona

BLM leader equates looting to actions of US government overseas, says US 'steals diamonds and oils'

Hawk Newsome, the head of the New York branch of BLM, failed to condemn looting as an ethically questionable activity, says US government sho

15 Shot Tuesday Alone in Mayor Lightfoot’s Chicago

Fifteen people were shot, one fatally, on Tuesday alone in Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s (D) Chicago.

Highlights From The First Night Of The Democratic Convention

The first night of the Democratic National Convention included long pauses and gaps between segments, regretful Republicans, and Bernie Sande

Trump to pardon Susan B. Anthony

President Trump said Tuesday he will sign a full and complete pardon for Susan B. Anthony, who was guilty of voting illegally in 1872 as she

Rise in Shootings Continues in Chicago, NYC, Other Cities

The surge in violence that has emerged this summer in major American cities continued over the weekend, with at least 64 shooting victims in

Apple's 'extreme' app policies give Google defense in Fortnite antitrust suit

Alphabet Inc’s Google has a better chance than Apple Inc at defeating Fortnite video game maker Epic Games in court over its allegations the

Black Lives Matter, Antifa Crowd Beat Man Unconscious in Portland

A crowd of Black Lives Matter and Antifa rioters in downtown Portland beat a white man unconscious Sunday night after dragging him from his t

Oregon State Police Pull Out Of Protecting Portland Courthouse After City Refuses To ‘Prosecute This Criminal Behavior,’ Department Says

The Oregon State Police announced on Thursday that it was pulling out its roughly 100 state troopers from protecting the Mark O. Hatfield Uni

DOJ Determines Yale Racially Discriminated Against Whites And Asians In Admissions

The Department of Justice (DOJ) determined Yale University illegally discriminated against white and Asian people.

U.S. Seizes Millions in Cryptocurrency from 3 Terrorist Groups

The Justice Department announced it has seized millions of dollars worth of cryptocurrency intended to finance the activities of al-Qaeda, th

Israel and the United Arab Emirates reach historic normalization deal brokered by United States

An historic deal was announced Thursday between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, to establish a full normalization of diplomatic relation

Kamala Harris’s Former Press Secretary Is the Face of Twitter Censorship

Nick Pacilio, Kamala Harris’s former press secretary, is now in charge of deciding announcing what the president of the United States can and

Flashback–Kamala Harris: ‘I Believe’ Biden Accusers

In April 2019, senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) said she believed the women who said they felt uncomfortable after being touched by former Vice P

District attorney to drop charges against hundreds of Portland protesters

Multnomah County District Attorney Mike Schmidt announced his office will not prosecute nonviolent misdemeanor charges that have been levied