Reuters: Study Reveals Widespread Problems With Mail Ballots in Battleground States
Whether or not a mail ballot is counted could depend to a large degree on how local election workers enforce mail-in voting rules, how they notify voters who submit deficient ballots, and whether they allow them to fix such errors. Each of the 50 U.S. states has a central election authority, but ballots are processed by dozens of separate county or municipal election offices within each state. [Full Story]
Ginsburg First Woman, First Jewish-American, to Lie in State at US Capitol
Capping days of commemorations of her extraordinary life, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg becomes the first woman, the first Jewish-American, to lie in state in the U.S. Capitol.... [Full Story]
Pope to UN: Use COVID Crisis to Come Out Better, Not Worse
Pope Francis urged world leaders Friday to use the coronavirus [Full Story]
Azar: Obamacare Too Expensive
Democrats are speaking out against President Donald Trump's order [Full Story]
How to Lose 52 Pounds of Fat Every 28 Days
SPONSOR: Lose weight from the comfort of home. [Full Story]
Shortage of Available Homes Threatens Housing Boom
The U.S. housing market, which has been a bright spot in the [Full Story]
Men: Try This, Never Take Viagra Again
SPONSOR: New testosterone solution sweeps the nation. [Full Story]
Poll: 64 Percent of Americans Say Economy Is Worse Off Now
A majority of Americans say they think the economy is worse off now [Full Story]
1st Black Inmate Put to Death Since Execution Restart
A man who killed a religious couple visiting Texas from Iowa was [Full Story] |
Social Media Sensation Benny Johnson Stars on Newsmax TV
He's the undisputed conservative star of social media - and now Benny [Full Story]
Rep. Banks Wants Probe of Hate Crimes Against Catholics
Rep. Jim Banks, R-Ind., is calling for a Department of Justice [Full Story]
Dems Target Crenshaw in Bid to Turn Texas Blue
Rep. Dan Crenshaw, R-Texas, is a prime target for Democrats looking [Full Story]
ABC's Jonathan Karl: 'I'm Not Part of the Resistance'
Jonathan Karl, the chief Washington correspondent for ABC News, said [Full Story]
Voting 'Next to Impossible' for 38M Disabled Americans
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic will make casting a ballot, even by [Full Story]
Michael Reagan: No One's Rioting Over Police Injured and Killed
No one has been marching or rioting in the streets of our cities to [Full Story]
Vatican Cardinal Pushes Back After Pope Fires Him in Scandal
The financial scandal that toppled Cardinal Angelo Becciu, one of the [Full Story]
Survey: More Americans Understand First Amendment Rights
Amid the year's news cycle of coronavirus, lockdowns, protests, [Full Story]
West Condemns China on Hong Kong, Xinjiang at UN Rights Forum
Western powers called on China on Friday to restore basic legal [Full Story]
US Stocks See Third-Biggest Outflow Ever
The risk-off sentiment on Wall Street fueled the outflow, with [Full Story]
Charles Barkley Blasted for Breonna Taylor Remarks
Basketball great Charles Barkley is facing criticism over his [Full Story]
After Trump, Here's the Next Republican President
Most observers agree that President Donald Trump will win reelection [Full Story] |
George Clooney Hits Back at Kentucky AG
Actor George Clooney is pushing back at the Kentucky attorney general [Full Story]
These 12 Stocks Could Surge After Trump-Biden Debate
Some U.S. stocks could face more volatility next week as President Donald Trump and rival Joe Biden face off in their first debate ahead of a November election that betting services currently view as almost a coin flip. [Full Story]
When Should Students Stay at Home? A Quick Guide for Parents
Thousands of schoolchildren have tested positive for COVID-19 nationwide and more reports of student sickness are filtering in as the school year unfolds. Data from the Indiana State Department of Health released Wednesday revealed that nearly 2,000 students and school... [Full Story]
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