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Sen. Portman: GOP 'Prepared to Move Forward' on $1T Infrastructure Bill
Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, the lead GOP negotiator in the infrastructure talks, is joined by, from left, Sens. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, Bill Cassidy, R-La., and Susan Collins, R-Maine, as he announces an agreement with Democrats on a $1 trillion infrastructure bill Wednesday. (J. Scott Applewhite/AP)
Senate Republicans negotiating a $1 trillion infrastructure bill with Democrats have reached agreement on the major outstanding issues and are ready to move forward on the bill, lead negotiator Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, announced at midday. [Full Story]
Rep. Chip Roy Slams Pelosi Over Mask Mandate
Rep. Chip Roy lashed out at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., on Wednesday over a mask requirement being reinstated in the House, calling Congress "a sham" and forcing a vote to adjourn for the day...... [Full Story]
Justice Department Warns Post-Election Audits Could Violate Law
The Justice Department on Wednesday issued guidance advising that [Full Story]
Dershowitz to Newsmax: 'Outrageous' to Blame Jan. 6 on 'Hitman' Analogy
It is "outrageous" to blame the violence at the Capitol on a [Full Story]
New Hair from Dead Follicles?
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Newsmax Crushes Fox in Key Ratings During Trump Rally
Newsmax's live coverage of former President Donald Trump's Phoenix [Full Story]
Border Patrol's Del Cueto to Newsmax: 5 Million in US Illegally in 4 Years
The United States could have "close to, if not over, 5 million" more [Full Story]
Simone Biles' Olympic Pullout May Start a Trend
Jaws dropped when Olympic gold medalist gymnast Simone Biles - one of [Full Story] |
3 Signs You Have a Weakened Immune System - Urgent
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Fauci: CDC Has Not Flip-Flopped, Virus Has Changed
The change in guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and [Full Story]
Low Hospitalization Rate is Better Measure of COVID Spread
Public health experts say hospitalization rates provide a better [Full Story] |
Fed Holds Rate Near Zero, Notes Improving Economy
The Federal Reserve said Wednesday that the U.S. economy is [Full Story]
'Eric Bolling The Balance' Debuts on Newsmax
It's a show for everyday Americans, covering the issues that truly [Full Story]

Democrat Donor Convicted In Deaths of Two Men He Offered Drugs for Sex
Prominent Democrat donor Ed Buck has been convicted of charges [Full Story]
Biden’s Hyper-Inflation, It’s Here!
Newsmax Magazine special report reveals surprising facts ... [Full Story]

1 Arrested in Shooting That Killed Teen, Wounded TikTok Star
Police have arrested a man in connection with a shooting that killed [Full Story]
Google Delays Workers' Return to Office, Mandates Vaccines
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How Much Money Do You Get from A Reverse Mortgage?
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Dershowitz to Newsmax: Courts Will Likely Back Mandatory COVID Shots
Courts "always follow the science" and will uphold mandatory COVID-19 [Full Story]
New York City Offering $100 for Vaccination
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio on Wednesday announced that the [Full Story]
Wisconsin Officer Charged in 2016 Slaying of Black Man
A Wisconsin judge charged a police officer Wednesday in the 2016 [Full Story]
Senate Republicans Agree on $1T Infrastructure Bill
Senate Republicans negotiating a $1 trillion infrastructure bill with [Full Story]
Extreme Heat Sends New Yorkers to ERs
Recent heat waves have sent hundreds of people to emergency rooms [Full Story]
Biden Administration Imposes Fresh Syria Sanctions
The U.S. Treasury Department on Wednesday imposed fresh Syria-related [Full Story]
Tennessee Pastor Vows to Ban Mask-Wearing Church Members
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CDC Director: New Mask Guidelines Don't Mean Vaccines Don't Work
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Primary Care Doctors Missing More Heart Failure Cases Each Year
White men are more likely to a receive correct and timely diagnosis [Full Story]
Man Charged With Threatening Fauci, NIH Director
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Texas Gov. Abbott Orders National Guard to Help Arrest Migrants
Gov. Greg Abbott, R-Texas, ordered the National Guard to help local [Full Story]
Bob Odenkirk Hospitalized After Collapsing on Set of 'Better Call Saul'
"Better Call Saul" star Bob Odenkirk had to be rushed to the hospital [Full Story]
St. Louis Council Rejects County Mask Mandate
The St. Louis County Council on Tuesday night voted to end the [Full Story]
Supreme Court Approval at 49 Percent: Gallup
Less than half the U.S. population approves of the job the Supreme [Full Story]
Town Drops Case Against Woman Over Obscene Anti-Biden Signs
The case has been dropped against a New Jersey homeowner and her [Full Story]
Government Sells Wu-Tang Album Owned by Martin Shkreli
The U.S. government has sold the only copy of the Wu-Tang Clan's [Full Story]
High Frontier
The Department of Energy has a key role in protecting the electric grid against EMP/GMD threats, but is still... [Full Story]
The Savage Minute
Welcome to the scorched earth of Joe Biden and his cohorts ...... [Full Story]
Freedom Files
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Tri-state NY Maverick
is imperative that the departments of health, of the 27 states with Republican governors, closely monitor the... [Full Story]
Eye on Business
We can debate what the right tax rate is or isnt, but whatever it is, people should pay it. ...... [Full Story]
Philip Morris to Stop Selling Cigarettes in UK Within 10 Years
Philip Morris International's chief executive told the Daily Mail on Sunday his company will stop selling cigarettes in Great Britain within the next decade. Jacek Olczak, who became the company's CEO in May... [Full Story]
When Can We Expect COVID Vaccines for Younger Kids?
The Food and Drug Administration has asked COVID-19 drug manufacturers Pfizer and Moderna to expand the size of their clinical trials for children ages 5 to 11 amidst reports of heart inflammation and other rare side effects that occurred in teens and young adults who... [Full Story]
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