New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said ramped up testing capabilities would be key to reopening the state’s economy before the coronavirus vaccine is widely available
Two officers with the Rocky Mount Police Department in Virginia have been placed on administrative leave pending a review into their activities in Washington, D.C.,… Read More »Two Virginia police officers on leave, face review after selfie surfaces from inside Capitol
A McDonald’s customer in Australia pushed a cash register and printer off the counter after he was reportedly told to complete a COVID-check-in. Authorities arrested… Read More »McDonald’s customer in Australia smashes register over COVID policy
Doug Pederson may not be the coach of the Philadelphia Eagles much longer.
One member already announced he was COVID-positive prior to the riots, but he reportedly did not return to the floor.
Fox News Senior Political Analyst Brit Hume is calling out big social media companies for making the decision to ban President Trump’s accounts based on… Read More »Brit Hume: Twitter’s reasons for banning Trump are ‘pure editorial judgments’
Ireland Baldwin shared photos of an outdoor journey she embarked on to ‘find peace’ following her stepmom Hilaria Baldwin’s recent heritage scandal.
President Trump is one of the most influential presidents in United States history,” “Media Buzz” host Howard Kurtz said Friday.
Sen. Ted Cruz on Thursday defended his decision to challenge the Electoral College certification process, pushing back against some of his colleagues who have accused him of inciting Wednesday’s… Read More »Cruz defends role in electoral vote objections: Had ‘nothing to do’ with Capitol riots
Kauai plans to reopen to tourists after opting out of Hawaii’s Safe Travel Program.