Border Patrol Outrage at Joe Biden's Claims They "Strapped" Migrants; George Bush Hits at the Administration's To Disparage Agents
Border Patrol agents are outraged with President Joe Biden's judgment on photos of a mounted agent swinging his horse's reins while confronting an immigrant.
Amber Heard Brings Legal Battle Against Johnny Depp in LAPD Amid Actor's $50 Million Defamation Suit To Ex-wife
Amber Heard has requested a subpoena targeting the Los Angeles Police Department in her legal lawsuit involving ex-husband Johnny Depp.
Your Fourth Stimulus Check Is Coming If You Live in This State; Here's How To Find Out If You'll Get One
Several states are looking to offer extra-economic boosts to their residents in need to assist them to get through difficult circumstances. Here are the states that provide a fourth stimulus check for their residents.
Canadian Court Releases Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou After US Extradition Case Ends
Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou settled criminal charges with DOJ, clearing the way for her return to China and ending a case that strained ties between the US and China.
Joe Biden Vows To Provide Pfizer COVID-19 Booster Shots After CDC Signals Green Light to 60 Million Vulnerable Americans
President Joe Biden is ordering a group of 60 million Americans who had the Pfizer vaccine to get booster shots after the CDC gives the green light to do so.
Royal Fans Slam Prince Andrew's Appearance on Prince Philip Documentary; Duke Still With The Queen at Scottish Home
Prince Andrew's participation in the BBC documentary 'Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers' was criticized by many viewers amid his sexual assault issue.
Britney Spears Begs To End Conservatorship After Dad Threatens To Take Away Kids, Netflix Documentary Reveals
Britney Spears begged to be released from her decade-long conservatorship, a new teaser for the bombshell Netflix documentary 'Britney vs. Spears' reveals.
David McRae Joins Other State Leaders in Accusing Joe Biden's American Families Plan as Largest Data Mining Exercise
Mississippi State Treasurer David McRae joined other state leaders in rejecting President Joe Biden's plan to give the IRS access to more than 100 million Americans' bank activities.
$20,000 Brian Laundrie Reward Issued After FBI Releases Arrest Warrant; Gabby Petito's Neighbor Offers $5,000 For Information
A legal firm offers $20,000 reward to anyone who will give information that will lead to the arrest of Gabby Petito's boyfriend, Brian Laundrie.
New Stimulus Checks Coming In Less Than a Month; Will Social Security Beneficiaries Receive Payments?
As the federal government sends more stimulus checks, a group claims they should transfer $1,400 payments to Social Security pensioners.
COVID-19 Vaccine Apartheid: African Leaders Condemn Disparity in United Nations General Assembly
Several African leaders spoke on inequalities and called for greater international cooperation in COVID-19 vaccine accessibility at the United Nations General Assembly.
Joe Biden's Approval Rating Slumps; Voters Think The President is Mentally Incapable, Has Bad Immigration Policy
President Joe Biden's approval rating plummeted to an all-time low, with the majority of Americans dissatisfied with his job performance.
Will Prince Charles Step Aside, Give Prince William The Throne After Queen Dies? Former MP Claims Kate Middleton Can Save The Royal Family
Prince Charles has been asked to give his place to Prince William and allow him to succeed the Queen as former Labor MP said the Prince of Wales had "broken his side of the deal."
US Border Crisis Deepens as Thousands of Haitians Swarmed US; Human Rights Leaders Decry Treatment of Migrants
Haitian immigrants being deported from the United States attacked agents onboard a plane, but civil and human rights organizations criticized President Joe Biden's reaction to the migrant encampment.
$2,000 Recurring Stimulus Checks Mount, Will President Joe Biden Make Future Payments Automatic Without a Vote?
President Joe Biden may make future coronavirus stimulus checks automatic as the process of obtaining approval for payments may become more simple.