GOP Officials Talk of Breaking Up Facebook After Board Upholds Trump Ban
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"Facebook is more interested in acting like a Democrat Super PAC than a platform for free speech and open debate," House House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy wrote on Twitter. "If they can ban President Trump, all conservative voices could be next. A House Republican majority will rein in big tech power over our speech." [Full Story]
Democrats, Arizona Senate in Deal to Ensure Recount Security
The Arizona Democratic Party has reached a deal with the Republican-controlled state Senate to ensure that voter and ballot privacy is guaranteed during an unprecedented recount of the 2020 presidential election results in Maricopa County.... [Full Story]
Gizzi: Texas-6 Runoff in Reach for Either Republican
Days after a final count of the votes in the initial primary for the [Full Story]
Physical Gold and Digital Currencies Get Married
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Stacey Abrams' First Three Romance Novels Returning to Shelves
Fans of former Georgia gubernatorial candidate and political activist [Full Story]
Florida Gov. to Sign Budget Including $1,000 Bonuses for Police, First Responders
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) said he will soon sign a budget that [Full Story]
Biblical Remedy Is Exposed, Democrats in Panic. Watch This Video
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US Backs Waiver of Patent Protection for Vaccines
President Joe Biden's administration has officially announced its [Full Story]
Do You Have More than a $100,000 Retirement Portfolio?
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Bill Gates Shifted $1.8 Billion in Stock to Melinda on Day of Divorce News
Bill Gates's investment firm Cascade Investment transferred $1.8 [Full Story]
Iran Releases Video Showing Its Forces Blowing Up U.S. Capitol
Even as the Biden administration engages in diplomacy aimed at [Full Story]

Noem Blasts Media for Calling Sturgis Motorcycle Rally a 'Super-Spreader' Event
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem, a Republican, claimed during an [Full Story]
SEC Chief Signals New Rules in Wake of GameStop Frenzy
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Gary Gensler sent [Full Story]

Cuomo: Broadway at 100 Percent Seating in September
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday that Broadway theaters will [Full Story]
LeBron: 'I Fueled the Wrong Conversation' on Ma'Khia Bryant
The NBA's LeBron James is sidelined with an ankle injury but it has [Full Story]
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Special Master Sought to Review Seized Giuliani, Toensing Materials
Federal prosecutors, in a departure from usual Justice Department [Full Story]
Texas Moves to Stop Chinese Power Firm From Taking Land Near Military Base
Texas lawmakers are trying to stop a Chinese firm from infiltrating [Full Story]
Federal Court Overturns Pandemic Eviction Moratorium
A federal judge in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday vacated a [Full Story]
Kushner Forms Abraham Accord Institute for Peace
Former President Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner is forming [Full Story]
Peloton Recalling Treadmills After Reports of 1 Child's Death, Multiple Injuries
Exercise equipment maker Peloton Interactive Inc is recalling its [Full Story]
Over Half of People in Democracies Feel Freedoms Restricted During COVID
Fifty-eight percent of people living in the world's democracies are [Full Story]
Leaked, New Law Could Upend Firearm Industry
A Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives document [Full Story]
Atlanta Ordered to Reinstate Policeman Charged With Killing Black Man
The city of Atlanta must reinstate a police officer charged in the [Full Story]
Small Business COVID-19 Relief Program Runs Out of Money
The government's key COVID-19 relief program for small businesses has [Full Story]
New Jersey Police Officer Fired for Calling BLM Protesters 'Terrorists'
A New Jersey township fired a police officer for describing Black [Full Story]
Judge Orders DOJ to Release Memo Barr Used in Clearing Trump of Obstruction
A federal judge has ordered the release of a legal memorandum the [Full Story]
Nearly 20M More People Hit by Food Crises Last Year
Nearly 20 million more people faced food crises last year amid armed [Full Story]
Blue Origin to Launch Space Tourism Ticket Sales Wednesday
Blue Origin, billionaire Jeff Bezos' rocket company, is poised to [Full Story]
Severe Storms, Flooding Rain Continues to Drench South
Relentless wind and rain keeps pummeling much of the southeastern [Full Story]
Rep. Mike Kelly to Newsmax TV: Border Crisis Cover-Up
The Biden administration has failed on the border crisis and is [Full Story] |
Dick Morris to Newsmax TV: Dems Want to Unionize US
A little known-bill passed by the Democrat-held House threatens [Full Story] |
US Companies Add Most Jobs in Seven Months: ADP Report
U.S. private employers in April added the most jobs in seven months, led by gains in industries hit hardest by the pandemic and signaling hiring will continue improve as the economy reopens and more Americans are vaccinated. [Full Story]
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