Whoopi Goldberg has tested positive for COVID-19, causing her to miss the season premiere of “The View” this morning.
Donald Trump fired back at some institutions trying to reinstate mask mandates due to COVID saying, “We will not comply.”
Rand Paul made an official criminal referral to the Justice Department seeking an investigation and possible criminal charges against Dr. Anthony Fauci for allegedly lying under oath to Congress.
The Biden administration announced Monday that it would lift vaccine requirements for federal employees and international air travelers on May 11.
“Taxes are what we pay for civilized society,” Oliver Wendell Holmes famously wrote. It turns out that civilization doesn’t come cheap.
A judge in California has ordered San Jose’s Calvary Chapel church to pay $1.2 million in fines for violating COVID lockdown rules, particularly regarding the use of masks.
Emails released by House Republicans investigating the coronavirus pandemic seem to expose Dr. Anthony Fauci’s conniving attempts to push the ‘natural origins’ theory behind the spread of the virus.
Lawyer and activist Robert F. Kennedy Jr., nephew of the late President John F. Kennedy and son of the late Senator Robert F. Kennedy, has openly said in recent weeks that he is highly considering running for the Democratic nomination for president in 2024 against incumbent President Joe Biden.
Twitter CEO Elon Musk was called out by Dr. Anthony Fauci for saying Fauci should be “prosecuted” for how he handled the COVID-19 epidemic.
Senator Ted Cruz has been justified years later after a fact checker for The Washington Post tried to claim the Texas senator was wrong for bringing attention to the China lab leak theory for the origins of COVID-19, which at the time they labeled as a conspiracy until a recent report from the US Department of Energy showed that there is evidence which almost certainly proves that to be more than likely where the pandemic started.
A U.S. House committee hearing made clear the total cost of fraud and waste in taxpayer-funded pandemic relief programs remains unknown.
A U.S. government report released Monday estimates that there could have been more than $60 billion in unemployment insurance fraud during the pandemic.