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Jan 08 2024
For many Americans, the coronavirus pandemic has receded into the past. But it wrought some lasting changes on the nation’s workforce — a point Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley described at a Jan. 2 town hall in Rye, New Hampshire.
Haley criticized the size of the federal budget and said some of the federal government’s duties can be shifted to the states. "Do you knowPolitiFact
Oct 23 2023
Global Press Journal is, to read its marketing materials, among the most widely read publications in the United States. According to a 2021 survey conducted for the Global Press Institute, the nonprofit that operates it, Global Press Journal was the international news source of choice of 8% of Americans who regularly read international news, on par with The Guardian and The Economist. TheSemafor
Oct 19 2023
The fallout from the liberal media’s spreading of Hamas propaganda continues, as many have yet to issue full retractions. Second, the death toll, reportedly hundreds, has been revised to 10-50, far from the reports of bodies all over the floor soaked in bloody blankets. The terrorists bombed this hospital, albeit not intentionally. It was a rocket attack by Islamic Jihad, which has beenTownhall
Apr 29 2022
On Earth Day, President Joe Biden touted his administration’s environmental initiatives, but his rhetoric made efforts to reduce methane emissions and drinking water contamination sound more expansive than they actually are.
In his April 22 remarks, Biden went too far in saying more than 100 countries had agreed to “eliminate methane.” The Global Methane Pledge is to reduce methaneFactCheck.org
Nov 10 2022
Last month Elon Musk, the world's richest man, made good on his long-postponed pledge to purchase Twitter. Musk's initial offer in April renewed bipartisan criticism of tech companies. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D–Mass.) blasted the proposal as "dangerous for our democracy" and called for "strong rules to hold Big Tech accountable."
The episode evokes the many calls over the years to reinReason
Jan 07 2023
Things didn’t look good for the five frozen wood frogs. The palm-sized amphibians were hibernating in a box outside Brian Barnes’ Fairbanks home a few decades ago. Barnes, director of the Institute of Arctic Biology, and his students were in his living room checking a temperature gauge he recently plucked from the “frog corral.” When he plugged the device into his computer, a graph spilledAnchorage Daily News
Aug 14 2023
Multiple studies have shown that mRNA COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective in protecting against severe disease and death. While myocarditis and pericarditis, or inflammation of the heart muscle and its surrounding tissue, have been identified as rare serious side effects of the vaccines, the benefits of mRNA COVID-19 vaccination still outweigh the risks across all age groups.FactCheck.org
Feb 04 2022
The Affordable Care Act — “Obamacare” — has inspired many exaggerated claims through the years, both from fans and foes. Now President Joe Biden is adding his own.
With a few loose words turned into a pithy formula, the president implies that his enhanced version of the ACA is much better than it really is. Biden suggests that considerably more people are getting health insurance forAssociated Press Fact Check
Jun 16 2022
In discussing a bipartisan Senate proposal to address gun violence, Rep. Jamie Raskin exaggerated when he said there have been “more massacres than days in 2022.” Using the source supplied by the congressman’s office, guns were used in 14 “mass murders” so far this year.
By another measure, as we will explain later, there have been five “mass shootings” in 2022.
There had beenFactCheck.org