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  • Punxsutawney Phil Says More Winter

    There will be six more weeks of winter, Punxsutawney Phil predicted as he emerged from his burrow on a snowy Tuesday morning to perform his Groundhog Day duties.

  • Award-Winning Actor Hal Holbrook Dies at 95

    Hal Holbrook, an award-winning actor acclaimed for his one-man portrayal of American literary legend Mark Twain and whose film work included portraying the mysterious “Deep Throat” in “All the President’s Men,” has died…

  • Adam Carolla: Cancel Culture Has Invaded Comedy

    Comedians and network television shows are afraid to attack high-ranking Democrats such as President Joe Biden or New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo for fear of being “canceled,” according to Adam Carolla.

  • Pentagon Awards Contract for Rare Earth Elements to Australian Company

    The Pentagon has awarded a $30 million contract to an Australian company to build a processing facility for light rare earth elements in Texas.

  • North Carolina Stops Issuing Confederate Flag License Plates

    North Carolina vehicle owners no longer will be able to order license plates displaying the Confederate flag.

  • Passengers Snow-Trapped 90 Minutes on NYC Subway

    Passengers on a New York City Q train were stuck onboard for 90 minutes due to snow, the New York Post reported.

  • Rep. Byron Donalds to Newsmax TV: Dem Leaders Don’t Want Input

    Democrat leadership in the House and Senate are so desperate to ensure passage of President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion so-called coronavirus relief bill, they do not event want rank-and-file Democrats to have a say in it, Rep. Byron Donalds, R-Fla., told Newsmax TV.

  • Eric Trump Wagered Dad Would Win 320 Electoral College Votes

    Eric Trump was so sure his father would win the 2020 presidential election that, during a trip on Air Force One on Nov. 3, he bet the president would garner at least 320 electoral college votes, The New York Times reported.

  • Fox Nation Identifies Best Evidence of Jimmy Hoffa Gravesite

    Fox Nation has uncovered the best evidence to confirm Jimmy Hoffa, the labor leader who disappeared outside Detroit in 1975, was buried in a steel drum in New Jersey.

  • US May Delay Afghanistan Withdrawal Amid Violence Surge

    The Biden administration will likely keep U.S. troops in Afghanistan, despite a deal between its predecessor and the Taliban for a May 1 withdrawal date, because of a surge in violence, reports ABC News.

  • House GOP Seeks to Block Gitmo COVID Vaccinations

    Thirty-seven House Republicans have co-sponsored a resolution to oppose any plan or procedures that would vaccinate prisoners at the Guantanamo Naval Base in Cuba for COVID-19 before all Americans are offered the inoculations.

  • Some Capitol Rioters Didn’t Even Vote in 2020 Election

    Some of the people arrested for rioting at the Capitol in January did not actually vote in the 2020 election won by President Joe Biden, according to a CNN analysis of public records.

  • Dick Morris to Newsmax TV: Biden’s ‘All-Star Team of China Appeasers’

    The Biden administration includes many officials friendly toward China, according to former presidential adviser Dick Morris on Newsmax TV.

  • US Pandemic Milestone: More Vaccinated Than Cases

    More Americans have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine than have tested positive for the virus, an early but hopeful milestone in the race to end the pandemic.

  • US City Homicides Sharply Increased 30 Percent in 2020

    Homicide rates in the U.S. last year were 30% higher than in 2019, according to a new report released Monday.

  • Warning: Don’t Share Vaccine Card Pics on Social Media

    The Better Business Bureau is warning those who have received a CDC-issued vaccination record card to show proof of their COVID-19 inoculation from sharing it on social media outlets, since it could be giving away personal information.

  • Lifestyle Guru Claims Long-Life Techniques Will Be as Popular as Cell Phones

    A lifestyle guru who claims he is going to live until he is 180 suggested Tuesday his methods, skipping breakfast, intermittent fasting, cold cryotherapy treatments, and deep sleep, will soon be as popular as cell phones.

  • Toomey: Hope GameStop Probe Doesn’t Damage Markets

    Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., said Monday he hopes lawmakers, who are planning meetings on the state of the stock market in the wake of the GameStop trading frenzy, will not end up doing something that damages the nation’s capital markets.

  • Alan Dershowitz to Newsmax TV: Media Cherry-Picks Trump’s Speeches

    Former President Donald Trump’s controversial Jan. 6 rally speech was cherry-picked by media outlets that left out his call for “a peaceful, patriotic protest,” not a mob siege of the U.S. Capitol, Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz told Newsmax TV on Tuesday.

  • Alan Dershowitz to Newsmax TV: Nobel Committee Must Give Kushner ‘Fair’ Consideration

    Harvard law professor and constitutional law expert Alan Dershowitz said Tuesday he hopes his nomination of Jared Kushner for a Nobel Peace Prize gets a “fair” evaluation that is free from political bias.

  • Biden Administration Approves $230M Deal for At-Home COVID Test

    President Joe Biden has approved a $230 million deal with an Australian company for COVID-19 home test kits that take 15 minutes and are 95% accurate, reports The Wall Street Journal. The deal covers 8.5 million…

  • Biden Speech on Foreign Policy Postponed Due to ‘Inclement Weather’

    President Joe Biden’s first major foreign policy speech on restoring “America’s place in the world” has been postponed due to two inches of snow, reports the The Washington Free Beacon. The speech will be “rescheduled due to inclement weather,” a White House official told…

  • Chicago Mayor Lightfoot: We Have ‘Proof Positive’ Schools Are Safe

    Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Monday insisted that there is “proof positive” that the city’s schools are safe and could have opened in full on Monday despite demands from the city’s teachers union, who are on the verge…

  • Rob Gronkowski Invites Tampa Healthcare Workers to Super Bowl

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski on Monday surprised four Florida-based healthcare workers with a video inviting them to attend the upcoming Super Bowl between his team and the Kansas City Chiefs. The Buccaneers tweeted a video Monday morning featuring…

  • TSA to Start Fining Passengers Who Refuse to Wear Masks

    Starting on Tuesday, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will require travelers to wear masks through airport screening checkpoints and in all public transportation systems, with fines for those who fail to comply…

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