President Biden contends that not being able to find the Christmas presents you want is not a reflection of the supply-chain crisis.
Nearly 600 STEM professionals have signed an open letter expressing "urgent concern" over the California Department of Education’s efforts to reform mathematics education in the name of equity.
Nearly 600 scientists are against California's new K-12 mathematics framework that seeks to address achievement gaps along racial and economic lines.
A Colorado sheriff’s department caused a stir over the weekend for what many deemed an inappropriate photo: Santa applying for a concealed carry permit.
Babies are amazing. We have a new grand nephew in our family. He was born a few weeks early at 6 pounds and two ounces. He has a full head of dark hair. He is healthy and growing and talking. And he is beautiful.
Laurel Duggan An Austin, Texas, substitute teacher was relieved of his teaching duties Friday after singing, “Toxic,” by Britney Spears, on a karaoke
The White House is warning that the art world is fertile ground for money laundering and other financial crimes at the same time that the president's son, Hunter Biden, is raising eyebrows by selling paintings for up to half a million dollars despite lacking any formal art experience.
LONDON — Future pandemics could be even more lethal than COVID-19 so the lessons learned from the outbreak must not be squandered and the world should ensure…
Jussie Smollett testified before the country broke for lunch that his relationship with Bola Osundairo was in fact sexual in nature. He began his testimony by recounting his humble upbringing and how close he is to his family. He also talked about the process with which he got his job on “Empire” and laid out that he began making $28,000 per episode in Season 1 before ultimately getting $100,000 by Season 5.
Former Republican Sen. David Perdue officially launched a primary bid against Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp on Monday, setting up a brutal primary fight.
Twitter users mocked a New York Times op-ed writer for fearing that her public little library will contribute to the “gentrification” of her Black neighborhood.
Intel, Visa, Airbnb , Coca-Cola, and P&G are standing firm behind an event that U.S. officials are now boycotting for genocide.
Rep. Jamie Raskin (D–Md.) has some thoughts about gerrymandering. When the U.S. Supreme Court reviewed Wisconsin's congressional district map in...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. will stage a diplomatic boycott of the upcoming Winter Olympics in Beijing t o protest Chinese human rights abuses, the White House confirmed Monday, a move that China has vowed to greet with “firm countermeasures.”
How is the media’s reporting, born of its incestuous relationship with government partisans, any less troubling than the help Chris Cuomo gave his brother?
Greta Thunberg has done the impossible – and overtaken cyclists at the top of Jeremy Clarkson’s Most Hated list.
Ailan Evans A family safety app used to track children’s movements is selling location data to several different data brokers, according to an
Sebastian Hughes China is attempting to establish its first military base in the Atlantic Ocean, potentially allowing the communist regime to rearm and
All private-sector workers in New York City will be subject to the mayor’s vaccine mandate starting Dec. 27, affecting 184,000 businesses, while vaccine proof for indoor dining, fitness and entertainment will be required for children ages 5 to 11, according to a toughened vaccine mandate announced by Bill de Blasio Monday. The current rule will also expand to require two…
An Oakland marijuana dispensary owner claims he was "safer selling weed in the streets" in a new Twitter video. Alphonso Blunt said crime surge is the 'problem'
Former Baltimore Sun media reporter David Zurawik is a regular guest on Brian Stelter's Reliable Sources show, in part because his shameless hatred of Fox News and Trump, but also because of his slavish adoration of liberal-media stars.
A San Francisco restaurant is apologizing after refusing to serve two uniformed police officers on Friday because, according to the owners, their presence, which included being armed, was making staff
Attorney General Merrick Garland announced Monday the Department of Justice (DOJ) is suing the state of Texas over its new Congressional districts.