Senator Lankford Says HR1 Bill Will Allow Democrats to Rig Elections
Republican Senator Lankford disagrees with the HR1 Bill of the Democrat, calling it an easy way to rig elections. The bill is a step backward from election integrity laws, like requiring IDs to vote.
Prince Philip on His Dying Days: Quiet, Peaceful, the Queen at His Side
Prince Philip's last dying days can be described as a scene from a movie; peaceful, quiet, and with the love of his life, Queen Elizabeth II, at his side.
Prince Philip Gets Wish Of 'No-Fuss' Funeral, Brings William and Harry Face To Face Since Rift
Due to continuing COVID-19 limits, the Duke, Prince Philip, would fulfill his dying wish of a small "no-fuss" funeral.
Joe Biden Announces New Gun Control EOs That Are Reportedly Limited
President Joe Biden declared on April 8 numerous new gun control guidelines following two mass shootings in March. Biden claimed shootings are a "public health crisis."
China Regulator Fines Alibaba Group $2.75 Billion for Market Monopoly Practice
China fined Alibaba Group Holding Ltd $2.75 billion for breaking antitrust rules and exploiting its dominant business position.
Three Individuals Related to 2-Year-Old Boy Arrested Following Toddler's Death Due to Drug Overdose
Three people in Cambridge, Ontario, have been arrested following an investigation into the drug overdose death of a 2-year-old boy.
Volcano Erupts for Second Time at St. Vincent on Caribbean Island
The La Soufrière volcano on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent flared up for a second time Friday, according to the nation's National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO).
BLM Co-Founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors Receives Backlash for Buying Million Dollar House in LA
Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors faces new criticism over BLM finances after buying a $1.4 million house in the rustic and mostly white Los Angeles neighborhood of Topanga Canyon.
Pennsylvania Agrees To Remove Names of Deceased Citizens From Voter Rolls
According to an election-integrity watchdog group, Pennsylvania agreed to remove the names of dead people from voter rolls after agreeing upon a settlement with state officials.
Prince Philip the Queen's Husband Has Died at the Age of 99
Prince Philip, the source of the Queen's love and joy, died at the age of 99. This leaves the royal family and the whole world mourning.
Biden Aims to Produce 2 Million Affordable Housing and Apartment
Pres. Joe Biden is proposing a massive investment in affordable housing through his infrastructure plan.
Taiwan Claims They Can Shoot down Chinese Drones Circling the South China Sea
Taiwan says that it can shoot down Chinese drones that get too close to its control areas in the South China Sea. The Chinese People’s Liberation Army Navy has stepped up activity in the area, putting more pressure on the Taiwanese defense forces.
Most Canadians Still Await Vaccination, Envy US Vaccine Roll-Out
Canada has one of the slowest vaccine dissemination among developed economies. It is now imposing new lockdowns to mitigate a surge in infections.
2 Vaccine Sites Close After Reactions to Johnson & Johnson Dose
The race to vaccinate encountered more roadblocks on Thursday. Numerous patients at a North Carolina mass vaccination site experiences immediate reactions to the Johnson & Johnson dose. One day previously, 11 people had unfavorable reactions in Denver, ranging from nausea and dizziness.
North Korea Leader Kim Jong-Un Admits Nation Faces 'Worst-Ever Situation'
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un admitted that his country is in its "worst-ever situation" at a massive political conference in Pyongyang.