Tom Brady, for some, may have cemented his standing as the greatest NFL player of all-time with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ NFC Championship victory over… Read More »Tom Brady’s dominance on full display as Buccaneers set to make historic Super Bowl appearance
Antifa demonstrators marched through downtown Seattle Wednesday in protest of President Joe Biden’s inauguration, breaking windows at a courthouse and multiple businesses along the way,… Read More »Seattle Antifa rioter claims destruction of property isn’t violence
President Biden appears to have gotten rid of the Diet Coke button his predecessor, President Donald Trump, used on the resolute desk in the Oval… Read More »President Biden appears to remove Trump’s Diet Coke button from Oval Office
A few thousand National Guard troops could end up staying in the nation’s capital until mid-March, a U.S. defense official confirms to Fox News.
Canada is considering requiring travelers to quarantine at a hotel at their own expense when they come into the country in response to new variants… Read More »Canada considers mandating hotel quarantine for travelers
The Dallas Stars are finally set to open their season, more than 10 months after playing their last home game, nearly four months after losing… Read More »Stars finally set for delayed opener after COVID positives
Ted Thompson, the former Super Bowl-winning general manager of the Green Bay Packers, died on Thursday at the age of 68, the team announced.
The Senate voted to confirm Avril Haines as director of National Intelligence, making her the first woman in history to lead the intelligence community.
The reality TV star and rapper are reportedly struggling in their marriage.
Sen. Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., who will soon swap jobs, agreed in a meeting Tuesday to adopt the… Read More »Schumer and McConnell agree to 2001 ‘power-sharing’ agreement