Appeals court sides with DeSantis, reinstates mask mandate ban

U.S. 09/11/21, 00:38

The appeals court on Friday, Sept. 6, granted Florida governor Ron DeSantis (R) a temporary legal win on his mask mandate ban, bringing the policies back in place, at least for now. The order issued in late July did not oppose mask-wearing and demanded schools to let parents decide or risk ...

New inflationary record: Producer prices surpassed 8.3% annual increase

U.S. 09/10/21, 21:34

Producer prices (PPI) rose at an annual rate of 8.3% in August, unprecedented in the United States, at least since this index began to be measured by the Labor Department.  On Friday, Sept. 10, the federal agency reported that its producer price index, which measures inflationary pressures before reaching consumers, rose ...

Public schools in Los Angeles to impose vaccine mandate

News 09/10/21, 21:08

The Los Angeles Unified School District on Thursday, Sept. 9, announced that it would impose a vaccine mandate on eligible students. According to Reuters, the second-largest school district in the country said the requirement would go into effect by January next year. The order is expected to affect more than 600,000 ...

Watch: Trump commemorates 20th anniversary of 9/11: You will never be forgotten

U.S. 09/10/21, 19:51

Former President Donald Trump marked the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks by releasing a video commemorating the event. The video, titled “You will never be forgotten,” was published on the Save America PAC website as all of his social media accounts were suspended. The video does not include Trump’s new speech from ...

US abortions increased during 2019, according to new report

U.S. 09/10/21, 19:42

According to data released by the Charlotte Lozier Pro-Life Institute, during 2019, there was a 2.3% increase in abortions over 2018. The data is for 39 states that released abortion statistics in 2019, and while data is missing from the remaining states, it serves to see the upward trend repeated as ...

Federal judge blocks Florida anti-riot law enforcement

U.S. 09/10/21, 18:40

A federal judge temporarily paused anti-riot legislation to counter extreme social unrest across Florida on Sept. 9. The U.S. Northern District of Florida, Tallahassee Division Court will not let law enforcement officers arrest radical protesters, even if they create a public disturbance. District Judge Mark Walker ruled the Combatting Violence, Disorder, and ...

Allison Williams leaves ESPN over vaccine mandate

News 09/10/21, 17:36

Reporter Allison Williams is abandoning her position with ESPN over the vaccine mandate, saying she would not take the jabs. The popular reporter was noticeably absent from television screens during the first week of the college football season. She announced on Thursday, Sept. 9 that she would not be covering any ...

Canadian man crushed to death by his own car at McDonald’s drive-thru

U.S. 09/10/21, 16:58

A freak incident is under investigation after a man was crushed to death by his car at a McDonald’s drive-thru in Vancouver. The local broadcaster reported that the incident happened at the fast-food restaurant on Main Street around 5:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 8. The accident happened when the man dropped his ...

Mothers call for ‘parent strike’ against school facemask mandate

U.S. 09/10/21, 16:42

A U.S. mothers' organization fighting against facemask mandates in schools has been calling since last month for all parents in the country to join in a "National Strike." They also warned that they are not willing to share parenting with the government. Kimberly Fletcher, the founder of Moms for America, through ...

UN criticizes Texas pro-life law for ‘opposing its gender politics’

U.S. 09/10/21, 16:29

Several United Nations Human Rights 'experts' harshly condemned the Texas government this week for protecting the human rights of babies in the womb through its new heartbeat law. They argue that unborn babies should not be considered human beings and that the law runs counter to the gender policies promoted ...

USPS is exempt from the Biden vaccine mandate for federal workers

News 09/10/21, 16:00

President Biden ordered COVID-19 vaccines for almost all federal workers on Thursday, Sept. 9, but the U.S. Postal Service's 600,000 letter carriers and administrative staff will be exempt.Biden signed two executive orders on Thursday, Sept. 9: one requiring vaccination for most federal employees with limited medical and religious exemptions, and ...