Now that the Senate passed an amended version of the $1.9 trillion Stimulus Package, and while we wait for the House to approve it, let’s take a look at one of the Senate’s amendments – a $570 million perk for federal employees.
California is in the midst of a homelessness crisis that shows no sign of abating. The crisis is especially acute in San Francisco, where Mayor London Breed has erected three tent cities to house about 300 homeless people.
As National Guard troops patrolled inside the fence encircling the US Capitol, four or five true believers gathered near the US Capitol on Thursday March 4, the day the grifters that continue to shamelessly push their outrageous nonsense, predicted the former commander in chief would return to office.
Americans fled big cities in droves in 2020. With one recent survey showing that even more Americans are planning to move in 2021.
After a weekend of torrential rain, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear declared a state of emergency today, March 1, 2021. State officials activated the State Emergency Operations Center to aid with rescue efforts as major flooding was observed.
A Paris court has found former French President Nicolas Sarkozy guilty of corruption – which is only the second time in modern history that a French head of state has gone down on such a charge – for which he’s been issued a sentence of three years in prison, two of which have been suspended.
Social media platform Gab was hacked and two of the people whose accounts were compromised include former President Trump and the CEO of the company, Andrew Torba.
U.S. Attorney John Durham, who was tapped by former Attorney General William Barr to lead a special counsel probe into the origins of the Trump-Russia inquiry, announced his resignation from his position as U.S. attorney of the District of Connecticut.