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  • Dems Target USPS Gen. DeJoy Under Biden Reform Agenda

    Democrats consider the U.S. Postal Service being in a state of crisis, as they seek to throw out Postmaster General Louis DeJoy.

  • Alan Dershowitz: Impeachment Divisive, ‘Tactical Mistake’

    President Joe Biden might have struck the right note on his call for unity, but Democrats are making a “tactical and moral mistake” to move forward with impeaching former President Donald Trump, according to constitutional law expert Alan Dershowitz….

  • George P. Shultz, Reagan’s Secretary of State, Dies at 100

    Former Secretary of State George P. Shultz, a titan of American academia, business and diplomacy who spent most of the 1980s trying to improve Cold War relations with the Soviet Union and forging a course for peace in the Middle East, has died. He was 100. Schultz died…

  • Rand Paul: Democrat Impeachment Effort ‘Partisan Farce’

    The second impeachment of former President Donald Trump is nothing more than a “partisan farce” with “zero” chance of a conviction in the Senate, Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., declared Sunday…..

  • Judge Orders OAN’s Owner to Pay Rachel Maddow, MSNBC $250K

    A judge has ordered Herring Networks, owner of One America News Network (OAN), to pay $250,000 in Rachel Maddow and MSNBC’s legal fees following a failed defamation suit, Law&Crime reported.

  • Border Agents Release Migrants Into US in Shift From Trump

    Some migrant families with children who’ve crossed illegally into the U.S. are being released in Texas by border patrol officials, a reversal of Trump-era policies to immediately send them back to Mexico, migrants’ rights advocates said.It was unclear how widespread the…

  • Liz Cheney Says She Won’t Resign After Wyoming Republicans Censure Her

    Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., under fire for her vote to impeach former President Donald Trump, on Sunday refused her state party’s call for her to resign.

  • Biden Ending Deals with Central America Restricting Asylum

    The Biden administration is withdrawing the U.S. from agreements with three Central American countries that restricted the ability of people to seek asylum at the southwest border, part of a broad effort to undo the the immigration policies of President Donald…

  • Senior Dems Plan $3K Per Child Stimulus Starting July

    Senior Democrats are unveiling a plan to give American families $3,000 per child 6-17 and $3,600 per child under 6 in another stimulus package, paid out $250 or $300 monthly starting in July, The Washington Post reported….

  • Next Stop Mars: 3 Spacecraft Arriving in Quick Succession

    After hurtling hundreds of millions of miles through space since last summer, three robotic explorers are ready to hit the brakes at Mars.The stakes – and anxiety – are sky high.The United Arab Emirates’ orbiter reaches Mars on Tuesday, followed less than 24 hours later by…

  • BBC: China Using Rape Squads to Destroy Uighur Minority

    China’s prison-like re-education camps in the Xinjiang region, detaining more than 1 million ethnic Uighurs, now have survivors reporting systematic rape and torture of women, according to a shocking new BBC report….

  • Cuba Curbs Small Business Restrictions to Spur Economy

    An economic slump has the Cuban government cutting its small business restrictions on private businesses in an effort to spur growth and create jobs.The list of activities permitted will expand from 127 to more than 2,000, …

  • Oil’s Remarkable Rebound From a Year of Catastrophe

    One year after the first glimmers of the catastrophe awaiting global oil markets — from deserted Chinese cities to grounded jets — crude is staging a remarkable turnaround.The crisis triggered by the deadly coronavirus was the worst the petroleum industry has ever seen….

  • China Rights Activist Missing After Being Stopped at Airport

    Authorities have given no word on the status of Chinese legal rights activist Guo Feixiong after he was blocked from leaving the country last week to join his family in the United States, his sister said Tuesday.Yang Maoping said they had no word from Guo or information…

  • At Anti-Netanyahu Protests in Israel, Pink Is the New Black

    It’s Saturday night in Jerusalem and a group of protesters dressed in fluorescent pink are preparing to join a weekly demonstration outside Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s official residence demanding he quit. They call themselves “The Pink Front,” and…

  • Protests Sweep Myanmar to Oppose Coup, Support Suu Kyi

    Tens of thousands of people rallied across Myanmar on Sunday to denounce last week’s coup and demand the release of elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi, in the biggest protests since the 2007 Saffron Revolution that helped lead to democratic reforms. In a second day of…

  • China Issues New Anti-Monopoly Rules Targeting Its Tech Giants

    China’s market regulator released new anti-monopoly guidelines on Sunday that target internet platforms, tightening existing restrictions faced by the country’s tech giants. The new rules formalize an earlier anti-monopoly draft law released in November, and clarify a…

  • Pope Francis Appoints More Women to Vatican Posts

    Pope Francis has appointed two women to Vatican posts previously held only by men, in back-to-back moves giving women more empowerment in the male-dominated Holy See. He appointed Nathalie Becquart, a French member of the Xaviere Missionary Sisters, on Saturday as…

  • Study: Oxford/AstraZeneca COVID Shot Less Effective Against S.African Variant

    British drugmaker AstraZeneca said on Saturday its vaccine developed with the University of Oxford appeared to offer only limited protection against mild disease caused by the South African variant of COVID-19, based on early data from a trial. The study from South Africa’s…

  • Florida: Slain FBI Agent Remembered for Protecting Children

    A slain FBI agent was remembered for her strength, infectious laugh, love of family and commitment to protecting children during a memorial service Saturday.Agents Laura Schwartzenberger, 43, and Daniel Alfin, 36, were gunned down Tuesday while serving a search warrant at…

  • Silicon Valley Won’t Last Forever, and Texas Knows It

    Is Texas really a serious rival to California as a destination for high-tech? The growing exodus of banner companies — Oracle Corp., Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Co., Tesla Inc.’s Space-X and others — suggests that there’s something to the idea. Still, skeptics rightly…

  • Putin’s Crackdown Chills Protests That Threaten Two-Decade Rule

    Lyudmila Shtein, a 24-year-old Muscovite and municipal deputy, is under house arrest until May and risks a two-year jail term for encouraging people to join a protest last month. She’s among more than 11,000 people rounded up in the past two weeks after the biggest show of…

  • White House: Intelligence Offices Will Determine If Trump Gets Briefings

    President Joe Biden will leave the decisions about what intelligence briefings, if any, former President Donald Trump will receive to individual intelligence offices, sources at the White House confirmed Saturday.

  • Northeast to Get Pregame Super Bowl Sunday Storm

    Washington, New York and the rest of the Northeast will get a quick blanket of heavy snow Sunday that could trample travel for the Super Bowl.

  • Ben Stein to Newsmax TV: California a ‘Repressive’ State

    The largest states in the United States say they have a pandemic crushing their economies, but it is the mismanagement of the pandemic that truly hurt them, according to economist Ben Stein on Newsmax TV.

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