Trump: 'Won't' Fund Schools That Don't Open in Fall
Instructor Amy Giang teaches a summer-school class of 4th-7th graders in Monterey Park, California, Thursday. (Frederic J. Brown/AFP via Getty Images)
Two days after first mentioning the idea of using federal funds as leverage to force schools to reopen for in-person learning, Trump vowed Friday to follow through. [Full Story]
Colin Powell: Bounty-Gate Media Reaction 'Hysterical'
The reports Russia offered money to kill U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan were overblown by "hysterical" media without listening to the generals, according to former Secretary of State Colin Powell.... [Full Story]
White House Gears Up to End DACA Again
The Trump administration is gearing up to try to end the DACA program [Full Story]
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Funds Universal Basic Income Plan
Twitter co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey is throwing some of his money [Full Story]
Election Officials: Budget Crunch Threatens November Vote Chaos
A Michigan town wants machines to speed up counting of absentee [Full Story]
Newsmax Channels Launch Across Southeast Europe
Newsmax TV will soon be a 24/7 cable channel in as many as six [Full Story]
GOP May Move Jacksonville Convention Outside
The Republican Party is considering moving its convention next month [Full Story]
Harrelson’s Own CBD Launches With New Technology For Immediate Absorption.
SPONSOR: It is the best you have felt in your natural state. [Full Story]
How the Trump Administration Secured a Secret Supply of Execution Drugs
If the Trump administration carries out the first federal execution [Full Story]
US Economy Caught in Trump Tug-of-War Over Reopening Schools
The U.S. economy is caught in the middle of President Donald Trump's [Full Story]
The Bankruptcy No One’s Talking About
SPONSOR: Get the facts for yourself here [Full Story]
Elephant Die-Off May Be Due to 'Novel Disease,' Botswana Says
Botswana said a new pathogen may be responsible for the death of [Full Story]
Paris: Notre Dame to Be Rebuilt Without Modern Look
Notre Dame Cathedral will be rebuilt just the way it stood before [Full Story]
De Niro Says COVID-19 Has Drained Finances, Wants to Cut Down Spousal Support
Actor Robert De Niro says the coronavirus pandemic has drained his [Full Story]
Roger Stone to Newsmax TV: Jail Will be a Death Sentence for Me
Political strategist and former Trump campaign adviser Roger [Full Story] | |
Kellyanne Conway to Newsmax TV: 'Woke Is Broke, Joke'
Democrats are attacking President Donald Trump on social [Full Story] | |
Former Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen Taken Into Custody
Michael Cohen, the former personal attorney for President Donald [Full Story]
Pence: Pelosi's Dismissal of Protesters Pulling Down Columbus Statue 'Unconscionable'
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's dismissal of protesters pulling down a [Full Story]
Black Man's Hanging Ruled Suicide in California Probe
A police investigation confirmed suicide was the cause of death of a [Full Story]
US Judge Hearing Flynn Case Asks Appeals Court to Rethink Dismissal
The judge hearing the criminal prosecution against President Donald [Full Story]
Official: Feds Feared Epstein Confidant Might Kill Herself
Federal officials were so worried Jeffrey Epstein's longtime [Full Story]
Roger Stone: I Plan to Sue Facebook
Roger Stone said he's going to sue Facebook for defamation because he [Full Story]
Goya Foods CEO Not Sorry After Boycott Called Over Trump Praise
Goya Foods CEO Robert Unanue Friday defended telling President Donald Trump that the country is "truly blessed" under his leadership, as calls grew in the Latino community to boycott foods sold by the nation's largest Hispanic-owned food company.  [Full Story]
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