The expected “red wave” failed to materialize Tuesday night. Although Republicans are expected to win a majority of the House, Democrats may keep a slim edge in the Senate. In other news, God is still on His throne.Continue Reading

US credit card balances hit a record in the third quarter as banks offered more cards to consumers with less-than-stellar credit ratings. Meanwhile, subprime auto loans hit their highest delinquency rate in ten years.Continue Reading

The important 12-mile-long bridge connecting Russia to the Crimean peninsula was damaged by a large explosion Friday. Russia’s President Vladimir Putin blames Ukraine; the question is what comes next.Continue Reading

Suburban swing voters are leaving the Democratic Party in droves. Associated Press reports that voter registrations show more than 1 million voters have switched to the Republican Party over the last year.Continue Reading

Monkeypox is in the news this week, but there’s no need to panic. It does not spread easily between humans; the confirmed cases appear linked to intimate contact between men who attended a pair of raves in Spain and Belgium.Continue Reading

A new study by a Harvard researcher found that “at the country level, there appears to be no discernible relationship between the percentage of population fully vaccinated and new COVID-19 cases.”Continue Reading