Trump Says He May Suspend Payroll Tax Himself
House Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, left, and President Donald Trump (AP)
President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he may suspend the payroll tax himself as part of his administration's efforts to help the economy after the coronavirus shutdown, after the idea faced opposition in Congress in talks on the next relief bill. [Full Story]
Lebanese Survey Devastation After Massive Beirut Explosion
Residents of Beirut awoke to a scene of utter devastation on Wednesday, a day after a massive explosion at the port sent shock waves across the Lebanese capital... [Full Story]
JPMorgan: Older Investors Go for Gold, Younger Ones Bitcoin
The behavior of retail investors during the pandemic varies [Full Story]
Trump Team's Dream Pick for Joe Biden's Running Mate: Susan Rice
Joe Biden hasn't yet announced his choice for a running mate, but if [Full Story]
With No Rallies, Trump's Path to Victory Hinges on These New Strategies
In 2016, Donald Trump used rallies to ignite his base and pump up [Full Story] |
Biden to Target Red States in Advertising Push
Joe Biden's campaign is gearing up to spend millions of dollars [Full Story]
Australian Leader Says US-China War No Longer Inconceivable
Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Wednesday his [Full Story]
Spain's Ex-King Told Friends His Exit Is Only Temporary
Former king Juan Carlos's sudden exit is only temporary, he told [Full Story]
Reuters/Ipsos Poll: Majority of Registered Voters Oppose US Election Delay
Two thirds of registered American voters oppose delaying the Nov. 3 [Full Story]
New York City Residents’ Wealth Drops $336 Billion From Year Ago
The combined wealth of New York City residents shrank by an estimated [Full Story]
Ron Paul: Europe Waking Up to Govt Covid Tyranny, When Will We?
Sweden, which never locked down its economy, rejected face masks, and [Full Story]
Hansen: Honoring Herman Cain
Our shared faith and love of country brought an instant bond, and [Full Story]
US Sending Highest Rep to Taiwan Since 1979 Break in Ties
The U.S. says Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar will [Full Story]
Trump Ally Kris Kobach Loses Kansas GOP Senate Primary
U.S. Representative Roger Marshall won the Kansas Republican primary [Full Story]
Hiroshima Survivor Recalls Working on Tram After A-bomb
Tetsuko Shakuda was a frightened 14-year-old when she resumed her [Full Story]
Sen. Rounds to Newsmax TV: SD Uses 'Common Sense'
Sen. Mike Rounds, R-S.D., says the state is doing well in [Full Story] |
RNC Weighs White House Lawn for Trump RNC Speech
Republican National Conventionis considering using the White House [Full Story]
Study: Dementia Rates Steadily Falling in US, Europe
Rates of dementia have steadily fallen over the past 25 years, [Full Story]
LA Prosecutor's Husband Charged With Pointing Gun at BLM Protesters
The husband of the Los Angeles district attorney has been charged by [Full Story]
CDC Warns of Outbreak of Rare, Deadly Disease to Hit Kids in 2020
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is cautioning [Full Story]
Trump Has 'Total Confidence' in Florida's Mail-in Ballots
In an abrupt reversal, President Donald Trump now is encouraging [Full Story]
Neil Young Sues Trump Campaign for Playing His Music
Neil Young isnt happy that President Donald Trump has been playing [Full Story]
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