Trump: Kentucky Derby Drama 'Emblematic' of US Going 'to Hell'
Former President Donald Trump released a statement Sunday about the disputed winner of the Kentucky Derby, saying the controversy reflects the current state of the country."So now even our Kentucky Derby winner, Medina Spirit, is a junky," Trump's statement read. "This is emblematic of what is happening to our country. The whole world is laughing at us as we go to hell on our borders, our fake presidential election, and everywhere else!" [Full Story]
Gordon Chang: Biden 'Not Moving Fast Enough' on China
As President Joe Biden continues to conduct a China policy review, far east expert Gordon Chang laments the slow pace of dealing with Chinese aggressions and motives.... [Full Story]
California Man Arrested for $5M PPP Loan Fraud
An Irvine, California, man has been arrested after federal [Full Story]
Siberian Doctor Who Treated Kremlin Critic Navalny Goes Missing
A Siberian doctor who treated Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny after he [Full Story]
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Police Shouldn't Have Fired Into Breonna Taylor Home
A new report from 2 investigators who probed the fatal shooting of [Full Story]
'Woke' Coke Ended Up Winning Coke Zero
Coca-Cola's "woke" experiment appears to have gone flat.As the [Full Story] |
Doctors Can't Explain Why This Fruit May Cut Your Blood Sugar by 90%
SPONSOR: Start eating this every day and you will reduce blood sugar [Full Story]
Judge Slain in Sicily by Mafiosi Put on Path to Sainthood
A magistrate slain by mobsters in Sicily and praised by two popes has [Full Story]
Utah Gov. Cox: Jobs Report Shows Extra Benefits a 'Disincentive'
Republicans are right to push for ending enhanced unemployment [Full Story]
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Trump: Derby Drama 'Emblematic' of US Going 'to Hell'
Former President Donald Trump released a statementSunday about the [Full Story]
Man Kills 6, Then Self, at Colorado Birthday Party Shooting
A gunman opened fire at a birthday party in Colorado, slaying six [Full Story]

Israel Vows to Restore Calm in Jerusalem as Flashpoint Court Date Postponed
Israel vowed Sunday to restore order in Jerusalem after hundreds of [Full Story]
Poll: Almost Two-Thirds Say Social Media Platforms Tearing Nation Apart
Sixty-four percent of Americans say social media platforms such as [Full Story]

Cyberattack on US Pipeline Is Linked to Criminal Gang
The cyberextortion attempt that has forced the shutdown of a vital [Full Story]
Mark Cuban Says COVID Pandemic Proves Need for Cryptocurrency
Billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban, a longtime cryptocurrency [Full Story]
Report: Bill Gates' Relationship With Jeffrey Epstein One Factor Behind Divorce
Melinda Gates began working on her divorce from Bill Gates in part [Full Story]
Caitlyn Jenner Supports Pathway to Citizenship for Illegals
California's undocumented immigrants should have a path to [Full Story]

Former Trump Adviser Larry Kudlow Says Friday Jobs Report a 'Fluke'
Friday's jobs report is a complete "fluke," former top Trump economic [Full Story]
GOP Sen. Sasse Proposing Back-to-Work 'Signing Bonus'
Republicans have long rebuked the COVID-19 stimulus incentivizing [Full Story]
Fed's Kashkari: US Job Market Still Needs Help to Heal
The U.S. labor market remains in a "deep hole" and needs aggressive [Full Story]
Pierre ‘Pete’ Du Pont IV Dies; Ran for President in 1988
Pierre S. "Pete" du Pont IV, a former Delaware governor and [Full Story]
These Companies Still Support Free, Fair Election Transparency
While some woke companies have decided to support liberal activism [Full Story]
Queen's Cousin Accused of Offering to Sell Access to Putin
In a report published Saturday, first cousin to Queen Elizabeth II, [Full Story]
US Navy Seizes Weapons in Arabian Sea Likely Bound for Yemen
The U.S. Navy announced Sunday it seized an arms shipment of [Full Story]
Afghan School Blast Toll Rises to 58, Families Bury Victims
The death toll from an explosion outside a school in Afghanistan's [Full Story]
Woman, 3-Year-Old Child Shot in Times Square
An unidentified woman and a 3-year-old girl were shot Saturday [Full Story]
Hundreds Wounded in Weekend of East Jerusalem Violence
Tensions ran high Sunday in annexed east Jerusalem after hundreds of [Full Story]
Putin Reviews Russian Military Might as Tensions with West Soar
President Vladimir Putin reviewed Russia's traditional World War Two [Full Story]
Elon Musk Shows Humility and Hubris as 'SNL' Host
Elon Musk showed a combination of humility and hubris as he opened [Full Story]
Top US Fuel Pipeline Operator Pushes to Recover From Cyberattack
Colonial Pipeline, top U.S. fuel pipeline operator, continued work on [Full Story]
US Job Growth Misses Expectations in April Amid Labor Shortages
U.S. employers hired far fewer workers than expected in April, likely frustrated by labor shortages, leaving them scrambling to met booming demand as the economy reopens amid rapidly improving public health and massive financial help from the government. [Full Story]
Kaiser Poll: Many Parents Hesitant to Get Younger Kids Vaccinated
As U.S. health officials prepare to authorize Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine for emergency use in younger children, a new poll shows that less than a third of parents would get their child vaccinated as soon as the shots are approved for kids... [Full Story]
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