It has finally been revealed that the participant in AstraZeneca's Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine trial who suffered a "serious adverse event," causing a global shutdown of the company's entire phase-three trial, developed a spinal inf
This week, a massive explosion involving ammonium nitrate rocked the city of Beirut, sending shock waves through the media. While this recent tragedy is devastating, unfortunately, as Visual Capitalist's Carmen Ang details below, it's not the first
Dear Portlandia progressives: a federal government big enough to take care of you is a federal government big enough to "take care of you."
CaroMont Health board of directors chairman Donnie Loftis has resigned from his position after eight years.
The driver attempted to brake at the last second, but it was too late.
Despite a technical glitch putting the kibosh on Tuesday's East Coast airing of CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell, the show will go on.
Put another way: eras end. While the mainstream media understandably focuses on the here and now of the pandemic, some commentators are looking at the long-term consequences. Here is a small sampling:
Tennessee experienced more suicides last week than coronavirus deaths. Alcohol sales are skyrocketing. The nation seems gripped by fear. What are the unintended consequences of shutting the country down over Covid-19 fears...and how many of these con
- only to find his WIFE at one of them
As readers can probably imagine, it takes a lot to set off a genuine public furor in China, especially when the subject is critical of the government, or challenges its authority in any way.
The Genie Is Out of the Bottle
With open borders, the world GDP would roughly double in size.
Media consultant and former Bush press secretary Ari Fleischer criticized Pelosi for politicizing impeachment by holding on to the articles of impeachment in the House. Fleischer said Friday if Pelosi really believed that Trump is an urgent threat to
An experimental trial to reduce the number of mosquitoes in a Brazilian town has not gone as planned. 450,000 mosquitoes were released that were genetically modified to produce infertile offspring.
The op-ed below has a dateline of Scottsdale and mirrors my experience in living in a HOA in that city when a de facto hotel began operating in the townhouse next door to ours. "Hotel" guests with no concern for the community came and went at all ho
A Detroit Police Commissioner was arrested as he tried to voice his opposition to facial recognition technology which is about to be implemented.
--reveals 12 children, a pregnant woman and 22 other migrants hiding between produce
As is always the case, government "help" backfires on the very people that are purportedly being "helped." The minimum wage law is a prime example. As government outlaws jobs below a certain dollar amount, low-skilled workers suffer tremendously and
-of Relying on 5G Technology that Is Unnecessary and Harmful
With the Mega Millions Jackpot now nearly $1 billion, people, mostly those in the lower and middle classes, are coming out in droves and buying lottery tickets with hopes of striking it rich. After all, with $1 billion one can even afford healthcare
...but refuses to back down after slamming new laws that give servants better rights
He May Be Murdered There by Prisoners.
Another Tesla has crashed – and burned. And, killed.
The 28-year-old CEO of a controversial biohacking company was found dead in a Washington D.C. spa on Sunday.
Scott Purdy, 23, started taking the drug after breaking his foot while go-karting and quickly lost his sexual attraction to women.
We must ask ourselves how we can live and promote the good without causing even greater damage.