Monthly Archives: July, 2021
Republican Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds rejected President Biden’s request that state and local governments use federal funds to encourage people to get the coronavirus vaccine.
The Biden administration has started fast-track deportation flights to Central America for migrants who have been denied asylum in the U.S. after arriving at the southern border.
Seven Tennessee residents have filed a lawsuit against Gov. Bill Lee for stopping federal unemployment benefits earlier this year.
Family farm banned from city farmers market over refusal to host gay weddings awaits ruling in legal battle
So you lose your livelihood, if you dare not cave to the fruits and nuts. Following a bench trial this week a federal court in Michigan is set to rule in the case of a farm that was banned from a city-run market in East Lansing over its owners’ refusal to allow same-sex couples to hold weddings on their property.
About 200 Afghan interpreters and their families have arrived in the US – the first of a group of 2,500 Afghans being evacuated as the Taliban advances.
An oil tanker linked to an Israeli billionaire reportedly came under attack off the coast of Oman in the Arabian Sea, authorities said Friday, an assault that killed two crew members. The attack Thursday night targeted Liberian-flagged oil tanker Mercer Street just northeast of the Omani island of Masirah. The location is over 300 kilometers (185 miles) …
Police investigating a murder case in Washington state say they decided not to use a K9 dog in their search for the suspect after taking new reform laws into consideration.
A handful of Minnesotans filed three lawsuits over discrimination, retaliation, and a work demotion they say they faced for speaking out against critical race theory.
McConnell says ‘it never occurred’ to him that convincing Americans to get vaccinated would be difficult
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said he wasn’t aware it would be difficult to convince Americans to get vaccinated against the coronavirus.
House Republicans on Thursday are introducing their solution to securing the U.S. southern border, including renewal of border wall construction contracts, investment in advanced technologies and a bolstering in support for federal law enforcement officers.