Protests Flare Across US Over Charges in Breonna Taylor Shooting by Police
Police on the move in Louisville, Ky., on Wednesday night after an officer-involved shooting. Protests were taking place in cities across the country after a grand jury decision on charges in the killing of Breonna Taylor by police several months ago. The National Guard was partially activated to help with the anticipated unrest. (John Minchillo/AP)
Rep. Jim Jordan to Newsmax TV: Keep SCOTUS at 9
Amid Democrats' vows to fight President Donald Trump's nominee for the Supreme Court, Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, is leading a GOP counterstrike, introducing a House resolution that the court should remain at nine justices.... [Full Story] |
Network Outage Leaves Some Tesla Drivers Stranded
Tesla's computer network suffered an outage Wednesday that left some [Full Story]
Thousands Expected to Honor Ginsburg at Supreme Court
Thousands of people are expected to pay their respects at the Supreme [Full Story]
The New Powerful German Hearing Aid Crushing the Market in the U.S.
SPONSOR: America's #1 provider in German tech hearing aids [Full Story]
Boston 9-Year-Old Sent Home for 'Couple Sneezes'
A 9-year-old who had "just a couple sneezes" was sent home from a [Full Story]
How the Democrats Would Destroy America by Winning White House, Congress
From promises to look into eliminating the Senate filibuster and [Full Story] |
Tommy Chong: Throw Away Your CBD Now
SPONSOR: They almost killed me How cancer saved Tommy Chong's life. [Full Story]
Portland Denies Permit for Right-Wing Rally, Cites COVID-19
Portland, Oregon, has denied a permit for a Saturday rally planned by [Full Story]
Democrats Want Election Intel Declassified After Briefing
Several Democratic senators want to publicize what they heard during [Full Story]
Failure to Comply – Are You Next to be Banned?
SPONSOR: Americans are being put on restriction lists, being banned [Full Story]
Joe diGenova to Newsmax TV: Breonna Taylor's Boyfriend Is Responsible for Her Death
The boyfriend of Breonna Taylor, the Black woman who was shot [Full Story] |
NFL's Chicago Bears Legend Gale Sayers Dies at 77
Gale Sayers, the dazzling and elusive running back who entered the [Full Story]
Rev. Graham to Newsmax TV: Dems Enemy of Church
The Democratic Party will begin to "shut the mouth of the [Full Story] | |
Election Testing Projects Struggle to Quell Disinformation
Election Day exercises simulating attacks ranging from hackers to [Full Story]
Rep. James Comer to Newsmax TV: Bloomberg Is 'Paying For People to Vote'
Billionaire Michael Bloomberg is basically paying for people to [Full Story] |
Disney Delays 'Black Widow' in New Setback for Cinemas
Walt Disney Co. on Wednesday postponed the release of superhero movie [Full Story]
Gilead to Pay $97M to Settle US Kickback Probe
Gilead Sciences Inc. has agreed to pay $97 million to resolve U.S. [Full Story]
Dick Morris to Newsmax TV: Trump Campaign Should Focus Message on Job Growth
Political strategist Dick Morris says President Donald Trump should [Full Story]
Rep. Biggs to Newsmax TV: Dem Threats 'Raw Power Politics'
Arizona Rep. Andy Biggs called Democratic threats to expand the [Full Story] |
Missouri Gov., Mandatory Mask Opponent, Has COVID
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson, a Republican who has steadfastly refused [Full Story]
Biden Campaign Associate Slams Trump for Alleged Use of Anti-Semitic Tropes
President Donald Trump's use of anti-Semitic tropes "has emboldened [Full Story]
Woodward: CNN Persuaded Me to Release Trump Audio
Watergate reporter Bob Woodward said he was persuaded by CNN reporter [Full Story]
Playboy Nears $425M Deal to Return to Stock Market
Playboy Enterprises is nearing a deal to go public through a merger with Mountain Crest Acquisition Corp., which would value the owner of Playboy magazine at around $425 million, including debt, people familiar with the matter said.A tie-up with Mountain Crest would result... [Full Story]
Indoor Dining Is Back in NYC. How Will It Affect Restaurants?
With cooler weather upon us, eating outdoors will not be as appealing as it was this past summer during the pandemic. Governor Andrew Cuomo recently cleared the path for New York City restaurants to allow indoor dining starting Sept. 30. Although this is welcome news for... [Full Story]
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