Firearm Sales Increase Days After Riots at the US Capitol
As Americans anticipate Joe Biden's administration to put additional gun control measures, firearm sales reached an all-time high in 2020.
25th Amendment of the United States Constitution: Its Impact on the Trump Impeachment
During the Trump administration, an event ended in a tragedy on January 6, and the DEMS demanded the Vice-president to activate the 25th Amendment. There are several interpretations on it, but the US Constitution has its most challenging test now.
Even with COVID-19 Relief Aid, Only 4 in 10 Americans could Pay $1,000 Unexpected Expenses, Survey Reveals
Less than 4 in 10 Americans could manage the unexpected $1,000 expense, such as car repair or medical bills, even with the presence of COVID-19 relief aid.
Republicans Block Democrats' Attempt to Impeach President Trump with 25th Amendment
Attempts to impeach President Trump with the 25th Amendment failed as Republicans block Democrats on their effort to depower Trump. Since January 6, the president has been blamed for the Capitol unrest, which is yet to be investigated.
2 US Capitol Police Officers Suspended for Their Actions amid Fatal Rebellion
Two US Capitol Police Officers have been suspended for their actions amid the fatal rebellion by pro-Trump protesters on Wednesday.
Armed Protests Threaten 50 States, FBI Warns of Possible Movements Ahead of Biden Inauguration
A week before the President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration, an internal FBI memo is warning of plans for armed protests in all 50 state capitals.
Will You Receive Your Stimulus Check Before or After the Deadline? Here's What You Should Know
The IRS distributes the second round of stimulus check quicker, but the January 15 cutoff adds up the pressure, making other people wait weeks or months to receive their money.
Virginia Town Suspends Officers for Attending Events that Lead to Capitol Riot
A Virginia town suspended officials who attended Washington events that led to the Capitol riot.
Navy Secretary Kenneth Braithwaite Says US Arctic Patrol Vessels to Operate in Antarctica
Kenneth Braithwaite said that US Artic patrol vessels will be active in the antarctica. Other countries like Russia and China are attempting capitalize on a foothold for military purposes.
Americans with Intellectual Disabilities Who Are High Risk of COVID-19 Still Waiting for Vaccines
People with developmental and intellectual disabilities who need help with their daily living and are more vulnerable to serious infections, including COVID-19, are still on the waiting list for vaccinations.
Connecticut Reaches Milestone of Completing First Series of COVID-19 Vaccinations in Nursing Homes
Connecticut's first round of COVID-19 vaccinations at nursing homes was completed on Friday. This marks a milestone that comes as skilled nursing facilities continue to tackle the second wave of novel coronavirus cases.
Parler Banned by Apple, Google: Rep. Nunes Wants to Investigate Big Tech Companies Criminal Racketeering
Rep. Nunes Wants to Investigate Big Tech Companies after they collude to have Parler banned from their platform, since the banning of Trump and his supporters on Twitter and Facebook.
Police Officer Who Responded to US Capitol Mob Siege Dies of Alleged Suicide
A Capitol Police officer died days after his response to the assault on the building on Wednesday, confirmed the Capitol police. Officer Howard Liebengood reportedly died off-duty.
Trump Orders US Flags Lowered to Honor Police Officers Who Died in the Capitol Riot
In honor of the capitol police officers who died on duty during the riots in the Capitol, US President Trump Ordered that US Flags should be lowered to a half mast.
Trump Says He Will Not Attend Biden's Inauguration on January 20
President Donald Trump announced he would not attend President-elect Joe Biden's January 20 inauguration. He will be the first sitting president since Andrew Johnson to skip the new administration's induction.