Coronavirus Spending Pushes<br class='hidem'> US Budget Deficit to $3T
President Donald Trump signs the CARES act, a $2 trillion rescue package, (JIM WATSON/AFP via Getty Images)
The U.S. budget deficit hit $3 trillion in the 12 months through June, putting the financial gap on pace to be the largest annual deficit since World War II, The Wall Street Journal reports. As coronavirus spending increased and tax revenue plummeted, the deficit for the... [Full Story]
Study: 5.4 Million Lost Health Insurance in 2020
Millions of working-age Americans have lost their health insurance coverage this year as the coronavirus pandemic cuts across the world.... [Full Story]
Mueller Prosecutor: Stone Rewarded for 'Keeping His Lips Sealed'
A senior prosecutor on Robert Muellers special counsel investigation [Full Story]
Former CDC Chiefs: Trump 'Undermining' Agency's Guidelines
Four former directors of the Centers for Disease Control and [Full Story]
Urgent Pill Warning: Memory Loss Linked to This Common Prescription
SPONSOR: Check the medicine cabinet for this common pill now [Full Story]
Record Numbers Seek to Buy Guns
Americans are buying guns in record numbers in a trend firearm [Full Story]
Persecution of Christians at All-Time High
Whether it's a quest for power or control over land that is used as [Full Story] |
Poll: 71% of US Parents Think Return to School Risky
Seven in 10 American parents say it is too risky to send their kids [Full Story]
Plastic Surgeon Reveals 1 Method to Snap Back Aging Skin
SPONSOR: Doing this daily can snap back saggy skin - no creams needed [Full Story]
WSJ: Harm From Lost Instruction Outweighs COVID-19 Risks
The Wall Street Journal maintains that the scientific, health and [Full Story]
How 2% of Businesses Closing Effects Your Money
SPONSOR: New financial technology to change everything [Full Story]
DeSantis Could Restrict GOP Convention as Virus Cases Spike
With coronavirus cases in Florida soaring and Gov. Ron DeSantis [Full Story]
Virgin Mary Statue Set on Fire at Boston Church
"This is obviously someone who's disturbed, someone who has a [Full Story]
K.T. McFarland to Newsmax TV: Flynn Pardon Candidate
Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn's team should [Full Story] | |
China Accuses US of Sowing Discord in South China Sea
The Trump administration's rejection of broad Chinese claims to much [Full Story]
Demand for Robot Cooks Rises as Kitchens Combat COVID-19
Robots that can cook - from flipping burgers to baking bread - are in [Full Story]
Iran Executes Alleged CIA Spy
Iran has executed a former employee of the defense ministry who was [Full Story]
Supreme Court Allows Federal Executions to Proceed
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that the first federal [Full Story]
Washington Post Editor Wants Texas Rangers Renamed
The global opinions editor of The Washington Post is claiming the [Full Story]
Weinstein Accusers Ask Judge to Reject $19M Settlement
The six women who have accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault [Full Story]
Tenino Mayor to Newsmax TV: Printing Wooden Money 'Part of Our City's Story'
One local city is printing its own money to help people [Full Story] | |
Squirrel in Colorado Tests Positive for Bubonic Plague
The squirrel was found in the Town of Morrison and is the first cause [Full Story]
Some Fear Naval Ship Fire Damage Too Severe
A fire aboard a docked U.S. Navy amphibious assault ship in San [Full Story]
Bill Gross: IBM, Altria to Fare Better Than Apple, Amazon
Billionaire investor Bill Gross is predicting that value stocks like IBM and Altria Group are likely to fare better than growth stocks like Apple or Amazon.com in the near term, due to a correlation with real interest rates. [Full Story]
Experts Weigh In on Children and COVID-19
Experts say there are social advantages in having children return to physical classrooms, but that schools will have to be proactive in instituting and enforcing safety protocols. [Full Story]
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