Category: News

Republicans Have No Answer for January 6

Just as striking as the officers’ testimony today is GOP lawmakers’ refusal to engage with it. By Elaine Godfrey Andrew Harnik / Getty 6:03 PM ET Share All along the hallways of the Capitol complex today, members of the Capitol Police stared at their phones and nearby TV screens. Four of their fellow officers were […]

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White House considering vaccine mandate for federal employees, a ‘significant escalation’ in inoculation efforts

President Biden said Tuesday that a vaccination mandate for federal employees is “under consideration,” adding that “if you’re not vaccinated, you’re not nearly as smart as I thought you were,” ABC News reports. “We have a pandemic because of the unvaccinated, and they’re sowing enormous confusion,” the president said. “And the more we learn … about […]

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Mom of Florida 15-Year-Old on Ventilator After Catching COVID-19 Speaks Out: ‘I Am Terrified’

Three months ago, Paulina Velasquez was celebrating her 15th birthday as a healthy, vibrant teenager. Now she is on a ventilator in a medically induced coma after catching COVID-19.  “I am terrified,” her mom told Inside Edition from Paulina’s bedside at Broward Health Medical Center in Fort Lauderdale. Florida hospitals are reporting more COVID-19 cases than […]

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Why some critics think the CDC’s messaging on masking is ‘astonishingly bad’

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced updated guidance on Tuesday which states that people living in areas with high COVID-19 transmission rates (which is a significant portion of the United States) should once again wear masks in indoor public settings, regardless of whether they’ve been vaccinated.  The agency has faced criticism throughout the day for […]

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Ford Unveils One-Off Mustang Mach-E In Honor Of WWII Female Pilots

Ford has a history of creating one-off Mustangs for the Experimental Aircraft Association’s AirVenture Show in Oshkosh, Wisconsin and this year is slightly different as the automaker has unveiled a unique Mustang Mach-E. Designed to pay tribute to volunteer female pilots and the planes they flew during World War II, the Mach-E features a silver […]

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GM Drops Second-Row Heated Seats In Some Sierra/Silverado Pickups

Update (July 26, 4:11 PM): GM responded to our inquiry confirming the change and offering more details about which trims would by affected and why. The text has been altered to reflect the new information. Some GMC Sierra and Chevrolet Silverado pickup trucks will have to go without the heat seating option for their second-row […]

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The End of Free Speech in Hong Kong

Liberate Hong Kong, revolution of our times. For 15 days this month, prosecutors and defense lawyers in a Hong Kong courtroom wrangled over the history and parsed words in this phrase. The back-and-forth included numerous forays into the obscure in an attempt to pinpoint the exact meaning of the slogan, created five years ago and […]

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Detectives In Virginia Urge Car Owners To Buy Specialty Bolts To Prevent License Plate Thefts

First thieves targeted catalytic converters, but now it seems they’re after license plates too. In fact, it’s gotten to the point where police in Richmond, Virginia are urging people to buy specialty bolts to curb crime. Speaking to NBC12 in Virginia, Third Precinct Commander Faith Flippo recommended buying bolts that require an Allen key, rather […]

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Plane passenger baffled by ‘shape-shifting’ UFO spotted travelling at ‘500mph’ alongside them for seven mins

A PLANE passenger was left baffled by what seemed to be a shape-shifting flying object that “travelled” alongside the plane for seven minutes. Conspiracy theorist “Disclose Screen The Grimreefar” was sent the video by a German tourist who was on board the plane. 2 The object was caught on camera travelling alongside the planeCredit: YouTube […]

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Democratic Leaders Are Betraying Black Voters

If the Democratic Party is not upholding a racist double standard with its inaction, it is at least acquiescing to one. By Adam Serwer David Goldman / AP 2:30 PM ET Share About the author: Adam Serwer is a staff writer at The Atlantic, where he covers politics. Democratic leaders have a plan for overcoming […]

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Chevrolet Camaro To Be Replaced By A Performance Electric Sedan In 2024, Claims Report

The future of the ICE Camaro may seem unsure, but a new report suggests that the pony car with a big history may be headed for a new, all-electric chapter. Automotive News recently reported that both the Chevrolet Camaro and Malibu will ditch their standard product cycles and run out their current generation and will not […]

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Huber Automotive Crafts Carbon Fiber Kit For The Lamborghini Aventador

Huber Automotive has just unveiled its bold bodykit for the Lamborghini Aventador at a special ceremony in the UK. The bodykit was unveiled by Fabio Lamborghini and is dubbed the ‘Era.’ It is constructed from lightweight carbon fiber and the front end is particularly striking, incorporating a pronounced splitter, new air intake shrouds, and other […]

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HBO’s Woodstock ’99 Documentary Is a Dark Warning

We’re halfway through the first summer of full-capacity crowds at American arenas and nightclubs after pandemic-induced hibernation. Have you attended a glorious, mythmaking concert to mark the occasion?  Perhaps Foo Fighters reopening Madison Square Garden gave you chills, or maybe you air-tromboned to the band Chicago at New Jersey’s first big comeback show (NJ.com’s review: […]

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The Long Recovery After a Spouse Gets Out of Prison

Crystal Bermudez met her husband, Fernando, while he was being held in New York City’s Rikers Island jail in 1991. At the time, she was 18 years old and living with her parents in Oklahoma. She told me she saw Fernando’s father on the national news, proclaiming his son’s innocence in the shooting outside a […]

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What We Can Learn From the Chaos of Woodstock ’99

We’re halfway through the first summer of full-capacity crowds at American arenas and nightclubs after pandemic-induced hibernation. Have you attended a glorious, mythmaking concert to mark the occasion?  Perhaps Foo Fighters reopening Madison Square Garden gave you chills, or maybe you air-tromboned to the band Chicago at New Jersey’s first big comeback show (NJ.com’s review: […]

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