• US Sends Top-Level Diplomat to Taiwan, Angering China

    A top U.S. diplomat landed in Taiwan Thursday, the highest-ranking State Department official to visit in 40 years, in a further sign of Washington’s willingness to defy China and its campaign to isolate the self-ruled island. Keith Krach, undersecretary of state for economic…

  • Job Network: Biden Caused ‘Irreparable Harm’ on VA

    The Job Creators Network Foundation has blamed Joe Biden for inflicting “irreparable harm” on the Veterans Affairs while he served as vice president with President Barack Obama.

  • Nearly Half NYC High Earners Considering Leaving

    Forty-four percent of New York City residents making $100,000 or more have considered moving out of the five boroughs since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus began, with nearly three-quarters citing the cost of living, a new poll found.

  • Country’s Stars Sing to Empty Seats at ACM Awards

    Country music’s top entertainers kicked off the Academy of Country Music Awards with a medley of their hits from three empty music venues around Nashville after the show relocated from Las Vegas.

  • Rep. Collins to Newsmax TV: Airlines BLM Activists?

    Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., says airlines should honor freedom of expression for all passengers, not just those who support the Black Lives Matter movement.

  • Trump: ‘Open Up, PAC-12,’ ‘Restart’ Football Season

    President Donald Trump is pushing for the PAC-12 and other college football conferences to reboot their seasons, following the announcement the Big 10 has reversed course and decided to play this fall.

  • Jim Carrey to Play Biden on ‘SNL’

    Jim Carrey, a noted antagonist of President Donald Trump, has signed on to play Joe Biden on “Saturday Night Live” this fall, producer Lorne Michaels told New York magazine.

  • College Basketball to Begin Nov. 25

    College basketball will begin on Nov. 25, about three weeks later than this past season and two weeks after it originally was scheduled to start, the NCAA announced Wednesday….

  • Bill O’Reilly to Newsmax TV: Dem Sweep ‘Bankrupts’ Us

    Pointing to the massive increase in spending amid the “war” of the global coronavirus pandemic, Bill O’Reilly told Newsmax TV, if Democrats sweep the presidency, House, and Senate, it will bankrupt the country.

  • Rep. Emmer to Newsmax TV: Oregon 4th ‘Sleeper Race’

    Oregon’s 4th Congressional District is a “sleeper” race where Republican candidate Alek Skarlatos had a chance of unseating 17-term Democrat Peter DeFazio in November, according to Rep. Tom Emmer, R-Minn., on Newsmax TV.

  • Hand Sanitizer Demand Surge Fuels Child Labor Fears

    Soaring global demand for hand sanitizer to combat the new coronavirus could increase the use of forced and child labor in sugarcane plantations, U.K.-based researchers said Thursday.

  • McDonald’s Runs Out of Burgers After Rapper Promotion

    McDonald’s Corp. is running short of ingredients to assemble its signature Quarter Pounder burgers at some of its restaurants, just days after the fast-food chain launched a promotional campaign with rapper Travis Scott.

  • Poll: Black Lives Matter Support Falls 12 Points Since Protests Started

    Support for the Black Lives Matter movement has fallen by 12 percentage points since June, according to a poll from the Pew Research Center.In September, only 55% of U.S. adults said they supported Black Lives Matter versus 67% in June who reported supporting the group….

  • Morris to Newsmax TV: Trump’s Townhall ‘Magnificent’

    President Donald Trump showed his humanity during an ABC townhall on Tuesday, which contradicts the media projection of the president being a mean person, former presidential adviser and campaign consultant Dick Morris told Newsmax TV.

  • Ocasio-Cortez: Dems Should Hold Out for Better COVID-19 Relief Package

    Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., on Wednesday said Democrats should continue holding out for a better COVID-19 relief package….

  • Rep. Waltz to Newsmax TV: Iran Made Common Enemy

    The peace agreement signed between Israel, Bahrain, and the United Arab Emirates is an example of how President Donald Trump has changed tactics in Middle East negotiations, according to Rep. Michael Waltz, R-Fla. on Newsmax TV on Wednesday.

  • Study Claiming Coronavirus is Artificial Linked to Bannon, Chinese Fugitive

    A non-peer-reviewed study that claims the coronavirus is an artificial pathogen is linked to a foundation connected to fugitive Chinese tycoon Guo Wengui and former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon…

  • Rubio Decries Damage Done to Minority-Owned Businesses

    Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., on Wednesday took issue with recent analysis of the unrest in many cities, noting that “a disproportionate number of those businesses that were” damaged “were owned by minorities…

  • AG Barr Pushed Riot Charges to Deter Election Protests

    Attorney General William Barr reportedly told federal prosecutors to aggressively charge protesters for crimes, to make an example for other people who might want to increase violent demonstrations leading up to the November election.

  • Romney Says Biden Probe ‘Not Legitimate Role of Government’

    Republican Sen. Mitt Romney is sharply criticizing an investigation by his own party into Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s son, saying it’s “not the legitimate role of government” to try and damage political opponents.GOP Sen. Ron Johnson, chairman of the Senate…

  • Fed Hints Rates to Stay Near Zero for at Least 3 Years

    The Federal Reserve kept interest rates pinned near zero on Wednesday and made a bold, new promise: to keep them there until inflation is on track to “moderately exceed” the U.S. central bank’s 2% inflation target “for some time.”

  • SCOTUS to Resume October Oral Arguments by Phone

    The U.S. Supreme Court will resume oral arguments by telephone when its new term opens next month due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the high court announced Wednesday.

  • Rep. McClintock to Newsmax TV: Cali Gov. ‘Delusional’

    Rep. Tom McClintock, R-Calif., told Newsmax TV on Wednesday that California Gov. Gavin Newsom is “delusional” if he thinks “these wildfires will go away” if more people ride bikes.

  • Trump Takes Bow for Pushing Big 10 Football to Play

    President Donald Trump reveled in the decision by the Big 10 to reverse its earlier choice to postpone the football season, taking some of the credit Wednesday morning for the conference announcing it would begin play Oct. 23.

  • AAJC Poll: Biden Has Asian-American Voter Stronghold

    Asian-Americans are heavily supporting Joe Biden over President Donald Trump, potentially giving a decisive edge to the challenger this November, the South China Morning Post reported.

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