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Here’s What To Expect In 2021: Guns And The Second Amendment

Editor’s note: With President Donald Trump and many Republican senators losing ground in recent polls, the odds of Democrats controlling all three branches of government are increasing. The series “Here’s What To Expect In 2021” will cover policies that have passed in the Democrat run U.S. House of Representatives and which poll well among the…

ANALYSIS: DOJ Investigators Involved In Antitrust Probe Don’t Appear To Be Scrutinizing Claims Of...

Investigators with the Department of Justice involved in an antitrust probe targeting Google do not appear to be scrutinizing claims that the company manipulates its search feature, leaks of the investigation and a source with knowledge indicate.   Researchers and critics argue Google’s search feature is subject to manipulation and can potentially impact a national…

Here’s How Cops Are Responding To Calls To ‘Defund The Police’

“Defund the police” has become a rally cry across the country for those protesting against the death of George Floyd, but what do police think of the slogan?

Evidence Suggests Kids Are Extremely Low Risk For Coronavirus

While much still remains unknown about the coronavirus, a consensus has emerged that the virus presents an extremely minimal risk for children. As the Summer months arrive, debate has emerged over whether or not it’s safe for schools to reopen. Most colleges throughout the U.S. have already stated their intentions to reopen their campuses this…

We Know Twitter’s Been Busy Fact-Checking Trump — Here Are Some Of The Biden...

Twitter stoked the ire of President Donald Trump — and a number of his supporters — when the platform applied a fact-check to several of the president’s tweets.

These Are The Republicans Who Want To Continue Spending After The US Debt Passes...

The U.S. government has spent trillions of dollars attempting to mitigate the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, but concerns over spending are starting to mount, along with the national debt. The nation’s debt now stands at $25 trillion as spending concerns have naturally taken a back seat to the recovery effort. As most of the…

These Are The Most Outrageous Coronavirus Restrictions

As parts of the U.S. slowly but surely reopen, many states are still imposing strict restrictions on their citizenry, restrictions that are often not grounded in science or data. Democratic Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam has ordered beaches in his state closed, despite evidence that shows the virus is extremely low risk for outdoor transmission. A…

China’s Coronavirus Cover-Up Rips Pages From Soviet Chernobyl Playbook: Report

China’s repeated attempts to obscure the origins of the novel coronavirus have been a striking callback to the Soviet Union’s efforts to downplay the Chernobyl meltdown. In the immediate aftermath of Chernobyl, the Soviet Union kept the truth from even the residents they forced to evacuate — and many were told they’d be allowed to…

Coronavirus And The Gig Economy — Tensions Grow Between GrubHub And Restaurants

April 26, 2020 9:05 PM ET With lockdown orders across the country barring people from packing into restaurants and bars, many business owners in the industry are operating solely off of takeout and delivery orders. Many customers rely on food delivery from online apps and websites like UberEats, GrubHub, and DoorDash, and since the COVID-19…

What We Know And Don’t Know About The Coronavirus

April 26, 2020 4:09 PM ET Months into the global coronavirus pandemic, there are still more questions than answers about the nature of the virus that has brought the world to its knees. Due to a lack of testing, the world still does not know the infection rate, nor does it know the number of…
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