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A gallup poll shows a large majority of children report experiencing "enjoyment" and "happiness" staying at home with their family. [Read More]
President Trump announced on Friday that he is firing Michael Atkinson, the IG who handled the Ukraine whistleblower complaint. [Read More]
The toilet paper shortage in the coronavirus era could have less to do with hoarding and more to do with retail and commercial supply chains. [Read More]
Women are leading the charge to put laws in place to protect female athletes from competing against biological male "transgender" competitors. [Read More]
PETA members are protesting outside grocery stores to encourage veganism despite stay-at-home guidelines in place due to coronavirus. [Read More]
The coronavirus has caused the number of United States airline passengers to drop 94 percent in just one month. [Read More]
Janet Napolitano, president of the UC system, is halting SAT and minimum grade requirements for prospective students in the coronavirus era. [Read More]
Some 300 employees working at DHS have confirmed cases of coronavirus, and more than 8,500 are now in quarantine. [Read More]
Laredo, Texas, officials have ordered masks for ages five and older in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus. [Read More]
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has signed an executive order that makes churches an "essential service" in the state as legal battle continues. [Read More]
Coronavirus is now the third leading cause of death in the U.S. killing 748 people a day in the United States, according to the CDC. [Read More]
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson said Tuesday the Trump administration and the coronavirus task force are together working every day to stop the... [Read More]
Football and golf fans who miss watching their favorite athletes compete, will reportedly have a chance to see four sports legends join forces... [Read More]
A climate change website claims that the global economic slowdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic may have saved as many as 80,000 deaths. [Read More]
HUD Sec. Ben Carson said the Trump administration and the coronavirus task force are making great strides in fighting the pandemic. [Read More]
A leaked recording of a Kennedy Center conference call reveals employee layoffs were planned before a $25 million bailout from Congress. [Read More]
Medical schools in Massachusetts, New York and New Jersey are graduating students early so they can help fight the coronavirus outbreak. [Read More]
The postal workers union reports that about 2,000 people across the U.S. are in quarantine over concerns about coronavirus exposure. [Read More]
The Kennedy Center, recipient of $25 in Coronavirus relief funding, furloughed 96 members of the National Symphony Orchestra on Friday. [Read More]
The status of the Mashpee Wampanoag reservation in Massachusetts is in limbo following a series of court decisions, but critics blame Trump. [Read More]
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