Georgia Probing Liberal Voter-Registration Groups Ahead of Critical Senate Races
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (AP)
Election authorities in Georgia have opened investigations into progressive groups trying to sign up new voters in advance of twin January elections that will determine control of the U.S. Senate, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said on Monday. Raffensperger, a Republican, said his office was examining registration efforts by America Votes, Vote Forward and the New Georgia Project. He said some groups had been encouraging people who lived outside Georgia to register to vote in the state. [Full Story]
A Successful US Missile Intercept Ends the Era of Nuclear Stability
This month, an intercontinental ballistic missile was fired in the general direction of the Hawaiian islands. During its descent a few minutes later, still outside the earth's atmosphere, it was struck by another missile that destroyed it.With that detonation, the world's...... [Full Story]
Google AI Solves Mystery That May Radically Alter Medical Treatments
A half-century-old science problem has been solved and could lead to [Full Story]
Is The ‘Pandemic’ A Lie?
SPONSOR: Truth revealed in bombshell report [Full Story]
Paul McCartney: Writing Love Songs Has Always Been Very Hard
Paul McCartney is often hailed as one of the greatest songwriters of [Full Story]
Poll Finds 20 Percent of U.S. Watch Newsmax TV
A new national poll finds that 20% of Americans are watching Newsmax [Full Story]
Microsoft Patents Tech to Track Employees' Body Language at Meetings
Microsoft has patented technology that would use cameras, sensors, [Full Story]
New Memory Booster Takes Country by Storm
SPONSOR: Shown to be stronger Adderall alternative [Full Story]
Barrett's Conservative Vote Could Tilt SCOTUS in Gun Rights Case
A case coming before the Supreme Court could give Justice Amy Coney [Full Story]
Republican Pollster Frank Luntz: Divide on Masks 'Most Ridiculous' I've Seen
The political divide surrounding wearing masks in an effort to slow [Full Story]
Seniors Are Missing Out on Massive Discounts!
SPONSOR: Best discounts seniors can take advantage of in 2020 [Full Story]
Pending Home Sales Unexpectedly Fall as Prices Soar
Contracts to buy U.S. previously owned homes fell for a second [Full Story]
Russia Moving to Finish Pipeline Before US Sanctions Kick In
Russia is working fast to complete a Kremlin-backed natural gas [Full Story]
Biden Names Former Fed Chair Janet Yellen as Treasury Secretary Nominee
President-elect Joe Biden unveiled his picks for several top economic [Full Story]
Gallup Poll: Biden's Favorability Up, While Trump's Down
Democrat Joe Biden's favorability ratings have risen six points since [Full Story]
Report: 'Brain Dead' NATO Must Focus More on Challenge of Rising China
NATO must think harder about how to handle China and its military [Full Story]
Cyber Monday Set to Hit $12.7B, Biggest Online Shopping Day in US History
Cyber Monday is on track to bring in a record of as much as $12.7 [Full Story]
Time Running Out for Brexit Trade Deal, EU and Britain Say
Britain and the European Union cautioned each other on Monday that [Full Story]
Reuters Poll: Stock Market Bull Run Will Last At Least 6 More Months
Global funds made a U-turn this month and recommended the highest [Full Story]
Russia Under Renewed Pressure to Explain Navalny Poisoning
Russia came under renewed pressure Monday to explain the nerve agent [Full Story]
China Moves to Hike Retirement Age as Nation Faces Aging Population
China is making a new push to raise one of the world's lowest [Full Story]
Moderna Submits Covid-19 Vaccine For Emergency Approval
Moderna says new results show its COVID-19 vaccine works well, and it [Full Story]
Bitcoin Surges to All-Time Record $19,864.15
Bitcoin soared to a record high against the dollar on Monday, as its 2020 rally steamed ahead, boosted by increased demand from both institutional and retail investors that saw the virtual currency as a safe-haven and a hedge against inflation. [Full Story]
TB Vaccine May Reduce Odds of Catching Coronavirus
A commonly used tuberculosis vaccine may help prevent coronavirus infections or reduce the severity of the virus, the Los Angeles Daily News reports. According to a new study by Cedars-Sinai, the Bacillus Calmette-Guérin... [Full Story]
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