US, Iran Commence Indirect Talks to Revive 2015 Nuclear Deal
Iranian and Western officials commenced talks on Tuesday on reviving the embattled nuclear accord in 2015. This is amid the challenge of conflicting associations between Washington and Tehran.
Poll Says Biden’s Handling Of the Border Crisis, Not Acceptable
A poll conducted shows that most Americans weren’t happy about Biden's handling of the border crisis. Since day one of the crisis, his administration cannot admit it had bad policies that made things worse.
Mitch McConnell Wants Big Companies To Stay Out of Politics Unless Involving Donations
Mitch McConnell slammed big companies for criticizing Georgia's controversial new voting laws telling top executives to "stay out of politics."
Trump, Biden Officials Previously Warned About the Vaccine Plant Problems
Trump and Biden administrations were aware of issues at Baltimore plant months before the firm accidentally contaminated 15 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine.
Florida Democrats Defend Gov. DeSantis Against Criticism From ‘60 Minutes’
Many Florida Democrats are criticizing a report by the CBS News program “60 Minutes” that attempted to depict the state’s vaccination partnership with the Publix grocery store chain as abhorrent.
Police Chief Says Derek Chauvin Violated Department Policy in Floyd Arrest
The Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo said that Derek Chauvin went too far when he arrested George Floyd. Officer Chauvin did not follow department policy upon conducting the arrest.
Press Secretary Jen Psaki: White House Sanctioning of States Is Not True
Press Secretary Jen Psaki denies that the White House is sanctioning states, following claims that it was President Joe Biden’s misplaced statement as he criticized the new voting reform law in Georgia.
Donald Trump Calls Georgia Election Reform Not Enough
Georgia Election Reform is not sufficient according to Donald Trump. The recent election bill of Georgia went under fire from the White House criticism, followed by denouncements from Coca-Cola.
WHO, Others, Warn Using Ivermectin as Treatment to COVID-19
WHO has joined a growing list of health entities warning against the use of Ivermectin in patients with COVID-19 and clinical trials.
North Korea Skips Tokyo Olympics as Japan Extends Its Sanctions To Two Years
North Korea decides to skip Tokyo Olympics just hours after Japan announced that it would extend its sanctions.
SC Dismisses Lawsuit Over Trump Blocking Critics on Twitter
The Supreme Court made a move on April 5 to dismiss a lawsuit from former President Donald Trump that asked the judges to enable him to block critics on Twitter.
Boris Johnson Struggles to Bring Vaccine Passport Plan Through Parliament
Boris Johnson's plan to adopt COVID-19 vaccine passports for British citizens is now in jeopardy, with Labor seeking to vote it down with Tory rebels.
Google's COVID-19 Vaccine Ad 'Get Back to What You Love' Earns Emotional Response
With a video that ends with the search term "COVID-19 vaccine near me," Google is urging people to "get back to what you love."
GOP Lawmakers Ask South Carolina Governor To Reject Vaccine Passports
Republican Lawmakers ask that vaccine passports be rejected by the South Carolina Governor. A precedent by Florida which did not implement the COVID-19 passports on the basis it is oppressive.
American Idol's Katy Perry Reunites with Ex Josh Groban, Fans Feel 'Uncomfortable'
On tonight's live show, American Idol judge Katy Perry reunited with ex-boyfriend Josh Groban, causing viewers to feel "uncomfortable."