Federal Eviction Moratorium to Expire on Saturday
A national eviction moratorium is scheduled to expire following Congress and Biden's failure to extend the deadline. Biden declared on Thursday he would enable the moratorium to expire on Saturday.
Louisiana Man Hires 2 Men to Kidnap Wife But They Drowned Instead
Two men invaded a woman's house with a gun, handcuffed her and her neighbors, and put a hood on her head. The kidnappers were hired by the woman's alienated husband.
DOJ Says Trump’s Tax Returns Should Be Transferred to Congress
The Department of Justice stated Trump's tax returns should be transferred by the IRS to the House Ways and Means Committee. His taxes will be evaluated.
House Freedom Caucus Wants to Boot Cheney, Kinzinger From GOP Conference Calling Them “Cancer” to Their Party
The House Freedom Caucus wants the removal of Rep. Adam Kinzinger and Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming of Illinois from the GOP caucus. The Republican party also appealed for a new measure that would oust the party's members for executing a committee assignment that does not have the backing of the party leadership.
COVID-19 Cases Surge in Japan Reportedly Not Due to Olympics
The Olympic host city of Tokyo and host nation Japan recently broke earlier outbreak records of COVID-19 cases. Japan has maintained its deaths and cases lower than several other countries but its rolling average for one week is rising.
'The X Factor' Axed After 17 Years On Air; Will Simon Cowell Launch Another Musical Game Show?
Simon Cowell's singing competition show "The X Factor" has been canceled. The show was known to produce popular talents including One Direction and Leona Lewis.
US Capitol Police Says Maskless People Should Not Be Arrested; New CDC Face Mask Guidance for Strict Compliance
US Capitol Police stated "there is no reason" the House of Representatives' new face mask guideline for staff and visitors to result in indictment. They added any individual who does not follow the measure will be imposed to don a face mask or leave the area.
House Republicans Hold Pelosi Responsible for Jan. 6 US Capitol Siege for Neglecting Duty
House Republicans held a news conference centering specifically on targeted criticism at Nancy Pelosi. There were questions regarding why Speaker Pelosi did not ensure that US Capitol policemen had all the tools in their arsenal ready for that day.
Adam Kinzinger Says GOP is Toxic for Treating US Capitol Siege “Another Partisan Fight”
GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger called out other members the Republican party to refuse those that promote conspiracies regarding the US Capitol insurrection. Also, Kinzinger became emotional during his remarks to four police officers who were testifying.
Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis Do Not Believe in Bathing Kids Every Day
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis only wash vitals daily. This applies to their children in reinforcement of the idea that people must not be washing the natural oils off their skin each day.
Joe Biden Ponders Over Vaccine Mandate for Federal Workers; Review to Be Completed This Week
Biden is reportedly providing favorable consideration to new requirements for federal employees to help mitigate the prevalence of COVID-19. Uninoculated federal employees would be necessitated to wear face masks all the time while at work and be tested regularly.
Biden Administration To Continue Fast-Track Exile for Migrant Families; Pressure on Joe Biden Mounts
Biden is in not in the easiest place regarding immigration. He vowed to continue the fight for undocumented Americans.
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle's Daughter Officially Added to Royal Lineage Following Brother Archie
The daughter of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Lilibet Diana, has been officially added to the royal lineage seven weeks following her birth.
Beijing Proposes Demands From Joe Biden; Vice Foreign Minister Says US in No Position to Lecture China
China has accused the United States of persecuting Beijing and appealed to Washington to remove tariffs and sanctions. The association between the two countries is important on a global scale and between the pair.
Department of Veterans Affairs to Require Healthcare Workers To Receive Inoculation; 70 Percent of Workers in VA Centers Are Already Vaccinated
The US Department of Veterans Affairs declared on Monday that it will necessitate healthcare employees to be inoculated against COVID-19 for the next two months. President Joe Biden confirmed it on Monday.