Biden increases port capacity to ease supply chain bottlenecks

U.S. 10/13/21, 15:47

Failing to unload cargo ships in a timely manner is causing extensive supply chain problems across America. Joe Biden's administration hopes to alleviate backlogs through lifting port capacity. The White House will increase capacity at major California ports, and Walmart, FedEx, UPS plus other large goods carriers ahead of the busy ...

Texas appeals court order blocking ‘Heartbeat’ anti-abortion law

U.S. 10/07/21, 16:15

Texas's attorney general office vowed to appeal a court order that blocks the state's "Heartbeat" law on Oct. 6. Federal Judge Robert Pitman temporarily blocked legislation that bans abortion after a fetus heartbeat is detected–roughly six weeks into pregnancy. This came despite the rule saving more than 3,000 unborn babies since ...

Nuclear deal: Iran asks US to activate $10 billion

Washington 10/03/21, 02:17

As the Biden administration is looking to resume a nuclear deal with Iran, its government on Saturday set out the first condition—unfreeze $10 billion of Tehran's frozen funds. The condition was issued indirectly via intermediaries at the United Nations, reports Reuters. "The Americans tried to contact us through different channels (at the ...

Candace Owens defends rapper Nicki Minaj after criticized for questioning vaccine

Opinion 09/16/21, 19:45

A conservative political commentator threw her support behind a rapper who the White House publicly criticized for vaccine hesitancy. Candace Owens defended Nicki Minaj, after presidential chief medical advisor Anthony Fauci strongly rebuked the celebrity for questioning the experimental Chinese Communist Party virus inoculation. Owens believes the left side of politics and ...

Thousands of employees seek COVID-19 vaccine exemptions from White House mandate

News 09/16/21, 15:35

The COVID vaccine mandate imposed by the White House is generating an avalanche of requests for exemptions in the United States, and an intense legal battle is shaping up across the country.  In Los Angeles, nearly 3,000 Police Department employees are arguing religious objections that would prevent them from being inoculated ...

GOP picks former CNN reporter to investigate Afghan withdrawal debacle

U.S. 09/14/21, 23:57

A ranking Republican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee chose a former broadcast journalist to probe Joe Biden's withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan on Sept. 14. Rep. Michael McCaul (Texas) recently selected former CNN national security reporter Ryan Browne to investigate the Joe Biden administration's "disastrous" withdrawal from Kabul. "I look ...

Fauci backs air travel vaccine mandate

News 09/13/21, 21:59

Anthony Fauci had no reservations about a vaccine mandate for air travel on Sept. 11. "I would support that if you want to get on a plane and travel with other people that you should be vaccinated," the White House chief medical advisor said in the "Skimm This" podcast show according to ...

Biden will require all federal workers to have COVID-19 vaccine

U.S. 09/09/21, 17:05

President Joe Biden is widely expected to sign an executive order that mandates immunization against the Chinese Communist Party virus (COVID-19) for all federal workers and contractors. Negative test results will no longer exempt people from being vaccinated. The new rule will apply to about 2.5 million workers according to White ...

Biden will unveil new plan to fight pandemic’s Delta variant surge

U.S. 09/08/21, 16:41

Joe Biden's administration is widely expected to launch a new strategy to combat the deadly disease's Delta variant on Sept. 7. It will urge more Americans to be immunized. "On Thursday, the president will speak to the American people about his robust plan to stop the spread of the Delta variant ...

Supreme Court thwarts CDC’s eviction moratorium

News 08/27/21, 04:22

The Supreme Court on Thursday, Aug. 26, barred the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) from implementing the federal statutory prohibition on evictions during the COVID-19 pandemic.  According to NBC News, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the landlords in a 6-3 vote, saying that “if a federally imposed ...

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