A Republican member of Congress is reportedly missing after saying he was trying to save five American citizens from Afghanistan, according to a report by the Washington Post.
Texas' power grid experienced a systemwide failure Monday morning as demand surged due to the historic winter conditions across the state. Grid managers declared an emergency after the record-breaking energy use strained utilities beyond capacity.
A "DC Queer and Trans Black History Month March and Rally" was organized at 2 p.m. by the Total Liberation Collective and the Palm Collective.
Sky News host Rowan Dean says the idea of using the powers of COVID-19 and swapping it to achieve climate change goals is the “great fantasy of the left”.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Democrats in Congress and the White House have rejected a Republican pitch to split President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID-19 rescue plan into smaller chunks, with lawmakers appearing primed to muscle the sweeping economic and virus aid forward without GOP help.
WASHINGTON — Referring to abortion as “reproductive health care,” President Joe Biden reiterated his commitment to codifying Roe v. Wade into law on Friday, the 48th year since the U.S. Supreme Court issued the decision that resulted in more than 60 million deaths of unborn children — and counting.
Border restrictions were being tightened around the world Monday in the face of an unrelenting coronavirus threat, after a weekend in which anger at social distancing rules bubbled over into fiery clashes in the Netherlands.
California and other large states are loosening COVID-19 restrictions just as scientists warn that more-contagious variants of the virus are beginning to take hold in the U.S. and the vaccine rollout struggles.
"As you begin your work leading the country out of the COVID-19 crisis, Amazon stands ready to assist you in reaching your goal of vaccinating 100 million Americans in the first 100 days of your administration," Dave Clark, CEO of Amazon's worldwide consumer business, wrote in a letter to Biden Wednesday.
House Minority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., argued on Saturday that "our adversaries," not the American people, are benefiting from President Biden's actions during his first week in office. "Just look at the first week of this administration," McCarthy told "Justice with Judge Jeanine" on Saturday night. "It’s Russia, China, our adversaries who are benefiting, not the American people."
“What I would say is that the debate over whether or not there was fraud should occur,” Paul said. “We never had any presentation in court where we actually looked at the evidence. Most of the cases were thrown out for lack of standing, which is a procedural way of not actually hearing the question. There were several states in which the law was changed by the secretary of State and not the state legislature. To me, those are clearly unconstitutional, and I think there’s there’s still a chance that those actually do finally work their way up to the Supreme Court.”
But for the United States, the real value in this report is as an advisory that it need not join the Paris Climate Accord. This report is evidence that, instead, the U.S. should just keep doing what it is doing to cut its own emissions. The U.S. is the most successful major country at mitigating its own pollution, and the U.N. shows this.
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Part of the letter reads, “The Bible says that ‘for everything, there is a season, and a time for every purpose under heaven...a time to heal, ... and a time to build up.’ That time is now. In the midst of a global pandemic, economic hardship for millions of Americans, and the tragic events of January 6th, now is the time for us to come together, now is the time to heal.”
The World Economic Forum has released a potential year that the Chinese economy will overtake the United States, and that year is 2028. The...
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The U.S. Department of Education has requested information from the University of Alabama regarding alleged undisclosed ties between the university and the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China.
The Satanic Temple, a national religious rights organization with chapters in 21 states, has recently erected two billboards in Texas and Florida encouraging followers to challenge state restrictions on abortions conducted during the first trimester by claiming that the restrictions violate their religious beliefs as Satanists. Over 18 states have such restrictions.