I am taking a few days off to take care of her.
On Monday, at least 53 people were found dead in the trailer of an 18-wheeler in an attempted human smuggling operation from the southern border.
Bed Bath & Beyond is turning off air conditioning in its stores to save money as sales drop.
In a typically lame attempt at comedy, late-night host Stephen Colbert mocked the Supreme Court’s recent decision in the case of the high school football coach who prayed on the field.
The 29-year-old biological male who identifies as a woman and defeated several young girls to win a New York women’s skateboarding contest, catalyzing outrage, boasted brazenly of going all-out to triumph over them.
California Governor Gavin Newsom, who once deemed himself the “homeless czar,” saw for the first time in the state’s history that the homeless population in Sacramento rose by 67% in three years — surpassing San Francisco’s count, which dropped by 15%.
Texas is adding a host of new checkpoints to inspect vehicles after dozens of migrants were found dead in a tractor-trailer abandoned near San Antonio.
Former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi joined "Hannity" Wednesday to weigh in on the latest January 6 Committee hearing and explained why Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony has holes.
PAM BONDI: Well first Sean that's why people don’t trust Congress because of show trials just like this. Just what we experienced in impeachment one and two. This is continuing on. The select, unselect committee, they didn't want to hear these witnesses because they don't want the truth. They put on this young woman in her 20s who had been unemployed for over a year. She reached out to me because she was very excited she was moving to Palm Beach to work for the president. She loved President Trump well after the election.
She loved him. She reached out to me Sean because she was looking for a place to live in Florida. She was very excited. This is a young 20 something-year-old. Did not have financial resources. Had not been employed and was excited about moving to Palm Beach. Then her contemporaries told the president that she could not be trusted. She was a leaker when she was in the White House. She didn’t get to go to Palm Beach. She reached out to me again, and she was very upset.
Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin said Thursday that Helsinki is opposed to NATO deploying nuclear weapons or establishing bases inside Finland if it joins the military alliance.
Marin said she didn’t think there was much interest in NATO for nuclear deployments or permanent bases inside Finland. "Nor do I think there is any interest in deploying nuclear weapons or opening NATO bases in Finland," she emphasized. Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson has also said Sweden doesn’t plan on hosting NATO nuclear weapons or bases.
In a desperate attempt to continue providing abortions across the country, Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez have asked the federal government to start performing abortions on federal lands.
Car manufacturer The Ford Motor Company plans to change how it will sell electric vehicles. The changes have alarmed some dealers in the traditional franchise model.
The 'NOPEC' legislation circulating in Congress does not address any of the real problems in oil markets.
The ongoing Marxist takeover of Latin America netted its biggest prize so far this month when Colombia elected a former terrorist as president. This onslaught, long in the making, threatens our national security and is peaking when we can least afford it — at a time of nonexistent leadership in Washington.
Forty-nine years ago, seven activist justices on the Supreme Court concocted a constitutional right to abortion out of whole cloth. What had been a state issue in America since the country’s founding was thrust into the national spotlight when the Supreme Court created a constitutional right to abortion in Roe v. Wade in 1973.
After guaranteeing that President Joe Biden will run for reelection in 2024, Vice President Kamala Harris appeared to walk back the statement on Wednesday, introducing some doubt as to whether the elderly president will attempt to remain in office.
The U.S. Supreme Court has announced its decision in a highly-watched case that could limit the Environmental Protection Agency.
In the case of West Virginia v. the Environmental Protection Agency, the Court ruled 6-3 to curb the agency’s authority to regulate greenhouse gasses.
Chief Justice John Roberts wrote the opinion. The Court’s three liberal justices dissented.
Moscow accused Norway on Wednesday of blocking the transit of goods to Russians living in the Norwegian Arctic archipelago of Svalbard and threatened Oslo with retaliation.
© JONATHAN NACKSTRAND / AFPA sign in Russian reading 'Communism is our goal' in front of a building with Russian flags, in Barentsburg, on the Svalbard Archipelago, northern Norway, May 7, 2022.
"We demanded that the Norwegian side resolve this issue as soon as possible," Russia's foreign ministry diplomacy said in a statement, announcing that the Norwegian chargé d'affaires in Moscow had been summoned.
"We stressed that unfriendly actions towards Russia lead to retaliatory measures," it added.
Russia claims that Norway blocked supplies of equipment and food at the Storskog land border crossing that were to be loaded onto a ship bound for Svalbard for Russian miners in the archipelago.
According to Sergei Gushkin, the Russian consul on the Arctic archipelago, the cargo consisted of 20 tonnes of goods, including seven tonnes of foodstuffs, and spare parts and essential equipment to prepare for the winter.
Norway is blocking the goods in the application of European sanctions adopted against Russia because of its war in Ukraine, the diplomat said.
"I think Norway has not thought through joining the EU sanctions," he added.
Gushkin said Russia was exploring alternative supply routes, including from Europe or by sea from the Russian city of Murmansk.
Svalbard, a thousand kilometres from the North Pole, is twice the size of Belgium and is sometimes seen as NATO's "Achilles heel in the Arctic".
A treaty concluded in Paris in 1920 recognises Norway's sovereignty over Svalbard but also guarantees the nationals of the signatory states — now numbering 46 including Russia — the freedom to exploit the natural resources there "on a perfectly equal footing".
Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS) is a debilitating disease that disconnects the afflicted from reality. Although most are either born with or have developed a natural immunity to this sickness, there are still those who attempt to spread the infection.
A new, $90 million Facebook class action settlement could bring a payout your way.
According to a press release, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California has granted "preliminary approval" of a $90 million settlement with Facebook's parent company involving the famous "Like" button.
The suit addresses a "long-running class action accusing Facebook of tracking its subscribers’ activities on non-Facebook websites –- even while signed out of their Facebook accounts."
According to the press release, the class action suit applies to Facebook users in the United States who, between April 22, 2010, and Sept. 25, 2011, visited non-Facebook websites that displayed Facebook's "Like" button.
Individual settlement amounts have not yet been released.
Despite reports that Secret Service agents are disputing former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson’s claims about President Trump’s behavior ahead of the Capitol riot, Republican Wyoming Senator Liz Cheney said she remains “absolutely confident” in the aide’s credibility.
US-supplied М142 HIMARS multiple launch rocket systems have already been used by the Ukrainian military in Donbass, the authorities in the Lugansk People’s Republic (LPR) reported on Tuesday.
On their Telegram channel, the LPR’s representatives from the Joint Centre for Control and Coordination on ceasefire and stabilization of the demarcation line (JCCC) posted a message that read, “shelling has been detected from the positions of Ukrainian armed groups: at 7:20AM … using the М142 HIMARS (1 missile).”
This is the first time the local authorities have reported that the US-supplied systems have been used in combat.