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May 25 2021
Home prices in the United States jumped by the most in over seven years in March, as a growing number of eager buyers competed for a dwindling supply of housing stock.
The March Case-Shiller 20-city home price index, released May 25, soared 13.3 percent in March on a year-over-year basis, the biggest gain since December 2013. That increase followed a 12 percent year-over-year rise inThe Epoch Times
Jan 15 2021
Facebook and Instagram posts are spreading false claims that President Donald Trump is set to impose martial law ahead of Joe Biden’s inauguration. Many of them allude to QAnon, a baseless conspiracy theory that’s banned on the platforms.
On Jan. 6, Trump fans stormed the U.S. Capitol as Congress counted electoral votes from the 2020 election. Among the rioters were supporters of QAnonPolitiFact
May 11 2021
With college classes going online because of COVID-19, Joe Spofforth put his double major in political economies and educational studies on hold to move West and find work. When the pandemic was over, he'd go back.
"You can get real into this stuff," the 21-year-old Ohioan said, grinning at his mountain surroundings as his fellow Montana Conservation Corps crew members saw, chop and lopNPR (Online News)
May 04 2021
President Joe Biden on Monday called on wealthy Americans and corporations to pay their "fair share" to fund free community college and other benefits for workers as he promoted his sweeping jobs and safety-net plans in Virginia.
Speaking at Tidewater Community College in the port city of Norfolk, Biden said his proposed expansion of the U.S. public education system would rebalance theReuters
Feb 15 2021
The New York Times quietly updated a month-old report about the siege of Congress that perpetuated the idea that Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick might have died after being struck by a fire extinguisher.
Now affixed to the top of the report, headlined "Capitol Police Officer Dies From Injuries in Pro-Trump Rampage," is an update. "New information has emerged regarding the death ofWashington Examiner
Nov 05 2021
Glenn Youngkin did it his own way, barely mentioning the former president’s name, and still turned out MAGA voters in droves.
November 2 was a boffo night for the Republican Party, and not such a great night for Donald Trump.
It’s not as though the interests of the two are diametrically opposed, but they are in tension. To the extent that the GOP shows that it can thrive withoutRich Lowry
Jul 20 2020
Between 2 million and 3 million Americans will die!
That was the prediction from "experts" at London's Imperial College when COVID-19 began. They did also say if there was "social distancing of the whole population," the death toll could be cut in half, but 1.1 million to 1.46 million Americans would still die by this summer.
Our actual death toll has been about one-tenth of thatReason
Sep 23 2020
"The possibility of filling Justice Ginsburg’s seat has upended Senate races from North Carolina to Arizona, giving an already deeply polarized electorate a new focal point. Ms. Collins, a Republican, has already said she will oppose any effort by President Trump to rush a nominee through. But that may not be enough for Maine’s Democrat-leaning voters, many of whom say she bungled by voting toWashington Times
Dec 01 2020
Two important battleground states certified election results Monday, with Wisconsin and Arizona handing narrow victories to President-elect Joe Biden and further cementing his win over President Trump.
With Arizona and Wisconsin’s vote counts finalized, the six most hotly contested battleground states have all certified their results for Mr. Biden. The others are Georgia, Michigan,Wall Street Journal (News)
May 31 2021
After a year of enormous change and challenge, the U.S. Supreme Court enters its final weeks of the term with several hot-button cases yet to be decided, and speculation over one of its longest-serving justices.
June is typically the busiest time for the nine-member bench, as they work to release rulings from their docket, including issues dealing with religious liberty and LGBTQ rightsFox News (Online News)