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Biden Missed Chance to Revise Outdated Rules Behind Baby Formula Shortage
Shelves typically stocked with baby formula sit mostly empty at a store in San Antonio earlier this month. A massive baby formula recall, combined with COVID-related supply chain problems, is getting most of the blame for the shortage that's causing distress for many parents across the U.S. But the nation's formula supply has long been vulnerable to this type of crisis, experts say. (AP)
Four companies account for roughly 90% of the market: Abbott, Reckitt, Nestle and Perrigo, according to industry figures. That consolidation mirrors similar trends across the food industry. But infant formula wasn't part of a Biden administration initiative last year spotlighting dangerously concentrated industries, including prescription drugs, airlines, hearing aids and internet services. [Full Story]
Greta Van Susteren Joins Newsmax, Will Lead Nightly Lineup
Newsmax announced today that veteran news anchor and broadcaster Greta Van Susteren will join the network as host of “The Record with Greta Van Susteren,” adding her three decades of experience in journalism to the rising cable channel.... [Full Story]
Panel Recommends New Names for Fort Bragg, Other Army Bases That Commemorate Confederacy
Indiana Lawmakers Enact Trans Sports Ban With Veto Override
Biden, White House in 'Disarray' Over Taiwan Policy
Federal Court Revives 'Insurrection' Challenge to Rep. Cawthorn
FTC Launches Inquiry Into Infant Formula Shortage
New Study Shows Hatred Between GOP, Democrats Mostly 'Exaggerated'
Sen. Cotton: Loan Forgiveness Bill Shouldn't Include Authors With Existing Student Debt
Putin Accused of 'Blackmailing' Food Supply by Stealing Ukrainian Grain
Poll: Most Say Stricter Gun Control Won't Prevent Mass Shootings
Biden Expected to Seek Closer Contact With House GOP If Republicans Win Midterms
Sen. Ernst Introduces Bill to Transfer Border Wall Materials to States
George Soros:  Ukraine May Be Start of World War Three
Sen. Cruz Wants Answers on Task Force From Homeland Secretary
US New Home Sales Tumble in April
Sen. Kennedy Labels Biden's Economic, Energy Policies a 'Special Kind of Stupid'
Pelosi Wonders Why Church Doesn't Punish Death Penalty Supporters
Sen. Rick Scott: Biden Still 'Incompetent,' 'Incoherent'
Dr. Blaylock: How to Protect Yourself From Fatty Liver Disease
Poll: Biden Underwater on Every Issue Except COVID Handling
US Hurricane Forecasters Predict 7th Year of Above-Average Atlantic Storms
PwC Survey: 1-in-5 to Change Jobs in 12 Months
CDC Tracking More Than 200 People in Massachusetts for Signs of Monkeypox
Millionaires Group: 'Tax Us, the Rich, and Tax Us Now'
Poll: Majority of Americans Want Option to Work Remotely
Attorney: Navy Board Clears Veteran Officer for Refusing COVID Vaccine
Powell: 'Soft' Economic Landing May Be Out of Fed's Control
Birth Rate Inches Up for First Time Since 2014
Kissinger: Ukraine, Russia Must Negotiate an End to the War Soon
GOP Takes Oz's Side in Pa. Senate Race Vote-Counting Lawsuit
Quad Nations Warn Against 'Change by Force' With Eyes on China
Callista Gingrich
Peace, Freedom, and Human Dignity
President Joe Biden and his administration are attempting to deflect blame for forcing desperate parents to... [Full Story]
Bill Donohue
Culture Watch
About three-quarters of Catholics (76%) say abortion should be illegal in some cases but legal in others.... [Full Story]
Michael Reagan
The Gipper's Corner
Prior to DeSantis election, Red State governors caved in when a corporation threw its weight around. The... [Full Story]
Patrick Buchanan
Conservative Cause
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Fr. Frank Pavone
Abolishing Abortion
If the court removes that viability boundary in Dobbs, not only will that help future court deliberations... [Full Story]
NY Fed Sees 3-Yr Balance Sheet Rundown to $5.9T
The Fed's stock of Treasury bonds and mortgage backed securities is projected to decline by roughly $2.5 trillion by mid-2025, to about $5.9 trillion, when the central bank's run-off of assets is likely to be halted to maintain an adequate level of bank reserves.... [Full Story]
Repeat, Year-Round Infections With COVID-19 May Become the Norm
COVID-19 might be easing into a new status as a widely circulating and somewhat harsher version of the common cold, experts say - a virus that folks could contract repeatedly, even if they were recently infected. "[SARS-CoV-2] is destined to join four of its family members...... [Full Story]
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Boat Carrying Rohingya Fleeing Myanmar Capsizes, Killing 16
Hungary Announces 'state of Danger' over war in Ukraine
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Innovative Border Plan Could Stem Illegal Immigration Crisis
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