The prestigious University of California system has reached a proposed $73 million settlement with seven women who accused a former gynecologist of sexual abuse
2030 is just under a decade away, and for the last century or more, the United States has stood as the strongest Nation amongst...
The Covid-19 pandemic brought the economy to a screeching halt, and while it has started its long road to recovery, the economy we knew is probably a thing of the past, said Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell on Thursday. "We're recovering, but to a different economy," Powell said during a virtual panel discussion at the European Central Bank's Forum on Central Banking.
A research team at Deutsche Bank proposed that people pay a 5% tax for the “privilege” of working from home, if they continue to do so after the pandemic, as this could subsidize income lost by lower-earners due to the coronavirus crisis.
A Pennsylvania judge has sided with President Donald Trump’s campaign and ordered counties not to count a small number of mail-in or absentee ballots for which the voter didn’t submit valid identification within six days after the Nov. 3 election.
The news that Pfizer’s vaccine is 90 percent effective has rocked the world (a tad too late to help Donald Trump). The company will be applying for an emergency FDA approval. From the Wall Street Journal story:
Chinese people are showing great interest in the 2020 U.S. presidential election, much more so than their concern for previous elections. At the same time, Chinese authorities tried to play it down and appear indifferent to the election result.
Voters in Nevada approved a ballot initiative on Tuesday that removes language from the state Constitution defining marriage as being between a man and a woman and replaces it with text affirming that the State will issue marriage licenses “regardless of gender.”
A front-runner coronavirus vaccine developed by drug giant Pfizer and German biotechnology firm BioNTech was more than 90 percent effective at protecting people compared with a placebo saline shot, according to an interim analysis by an independent data monitoring committee that met Sunday.
President Donald Trump’s campaign filed lawsuits Wednesday in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Georgia, laying the groundwork for contesting battleground states as he slipped behind Democrat Joe Biden in the hunt for the 270 Electoral College votes needed to win the White House.
As election officials in Arizona worked to verify ballots Wednesday night, more than 200 people protested in downtown Phoenix, claiming some ballots hadn't been properly counted.
A riot was declared in Portland, Oregon, and protesters took to the streets in Seattle on Wednesday as people demanded that every vote in Tuesday’s election be counted. Hundreds were protesting in both cities against President Donald Trump’s court challenges to stop the vote count in battleground states.
Kosovo President Hashim Thaci has confirmed that he has been indicted for war crimes and crimes against humanity.
The Satanic Temple (TST) has filed a motion asking the Supreme Court to disqualify Justice Amy Coney Barrett from ruling on TST's lawsuit challenging Missouri's abortion laws which discriminate against the religious belief of TST members that abortion is not murder. The motion is based on Justice Barrett's public hostility to abortion, her publicly expressed religious belief that a human being comes into existence at conception and her stated opinion Roe v. Wade was a "barbaric" decision that has caused the loss of millions of lives.
Infiltration: Over 200 Prestigious Universities Received Hundreds of Millions of Dollars from Post-Soviet Oligarchs
Previously, we reported that hundreds of Prestigious American Institutions received billions of dollars in gifts and foreign contracts. Further, it has been reported that...
A church in Philadelphia was set on fire on Tuesday night during the second night of riots following the death of a black man with mental health issues, who was shot by police after he walked toward them with a knife despite orders to drop it.
A housing crisis centered on the vast apartment and home-rental markets is emerging in the U.S., threatening to send millions of renters into eviction and leave landlords short billions of dollars.
Violent anti-police rioters attacked law enforcement officials in Philadelphia on Monday night, injuring 30 officers in response to police killing a man that approached them with a knife earlier in the day.
The Trump administration on Monday notified Congress of plans for a $2.37 billion sale of Harpoon missile systems to Taiwan just hours after Beijing announced sanctions on U.S. defense contractors, including Boeing, the lead contractor on the Harpoon deal.
“China has pointed out many times [that] arms sales from the US to Taiwan seriously violate the 'one China’ principle',” China’s foreign ministry said on Monday. Beijing also “strongly condemns” the practice.
Officials with a Florida school district say they are investigating an incident with a cheerleader that allegedly happened during a high school football game Friday.
The U.S. Marshals Service Offices in Southern Ohio and Southern West Virginia announced that 45 missing children have been recovered during October as part of an anti-human trafficking operation.
Klaus Schwab, the founder of the World Economic Forum, which famously meets every year in Davos, Switzerland, is advising a “Great Reset” of economic policy as a way of recovering from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and addressing climate change. This will require that we “reconsider our collective commitment to ‘capitalism’ as we have known it,” (scare quotes in the original) and acknowledge that consumers are allegedly more interested in corporate-sponsored social-welfare programs than in buying goods and services at a reasonable price.
The FBI’s subpoena of a laptop and hard drive purportedly belonging to Hunter Biden came in connection with a money laundering investigation in late 2019, according to documents obtained by Fox News and verified by multiple federal law enforcement officials who reviewed them.
Today, the Department of Justice announced a global resolution of its criminal and civil investigations into the opioid manufacturer Purdue Pharma LP (Purdue), and a civil resolution of its civil investigation into individual shareholders from the Sackler family. The resolutions with Purdue are subject to the approval of the bankruptcy court.