The UK’s Daily Mail Thursday confirmed that the so-called “laptop from Hell” belongs to Hunter Biden and published a number of disturbing images, emails, and text messages that could have cost his father the presidency—and still might.
Lt. Col. Robert Maginnis (US Army, Ret.), author of The Deeper State, Alliance of Evil, and the forthcoming Give Me Liberty, Not Marxism, discusses the early foreign policy initiatives of the Biden administration with Iran, Russia, and China.
The Washington Post has issued a correction to its January story accusing Donald Trump of ordering Georgia officials to “find the fraud.” The bigger issue is that other news outlets piled on and claimed to have “confirmed” the non-story.
Hundreds of close contacts of confirmed Ebola cases are being tracked in the west African nation of Guinea and in the central African Democratic Republic of Congo. Meanwhile, Liberia reports its first suspected case.
Vice President Harris has been speaking to world leaders on behalf of President Biden, and the White House says the president probably won’t meet with any foreign leaders for at least a few more months. If this seems a little odd, that’s because it is.
The Centers for Disease Control issued new rules Friday, effective Tuesday, requiring masks on nearly all forms of public transportation and private ride-sharing services—and makes refusal to wear a face-covering a violation of federal law.
Hedge funds have lost billions of dollars to day traders loosely gathered around the subreddit group WallStreetBets, as retail buyers have driven up share prices of stocks that hedge managers were betting on losing value.
Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.), who has had small roles in five Batman films, will preside over the impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump. It seems appropriate, given the nature of the proceedings. 5) Senate