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Jul 29 2020
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump will shift his focus to American energy dominance during a stop in Texas later this week that will include his first visit to an oil rig.
During the stop Wednesday at Double Eagle Energy in the west Texas city of Midland, Trump will discuss how the U.S. is achieving energy dominance by cutting regulations, simplifying permitting and encouragingAssociated Press
Dec 27 2021
During an appearance on MSNBC on Monday, Anthony Fauci said a Covid-19 vaccine requirement for domestic air travel “should seriously be considered.”
Fauci argued that the justification for such a sweeping rule has grown amid the rise of the Omicron variant and given the precedent of recent restrictions that bar the unvaccinated from employment, patronizing certain business, and otherNational Review (News)
Nov 19 2021
Attorney General Merrick Garland appeared before a congressional committee last month to give a reassuring answer to a question no one should have had to ask.
"Like you, I can’t imagine any circumstance in which the PATRIOT Act would be used in the circumstances of parents complaining about their children,” Garland testified, “nor can I imagine a circumstance where they would be labeledWashington Examiner
Dec 18 2019
Ninety-five percent of American schools now conduct drills to prepare students for a school shooter. For adults who were out of high school by the time of the 1999 Columbine shooting, this is an unfamiliar phenomenon. We don’t have a clear picture of how the drills are experienced by the children they were designed for.
In this partnership between Slate and the Trace, we spoke to moreSlate
Jun 28 2020
As human rights researchers covering places like the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Iraq, and Yemen, we have spent years documenting how repressive governments use excessive force and other abuses to quash dissent: firing on peaceful protesters and beating or arresting critics and activists.
Despite its own record of abuse abroad, which we have also documented, the US government hasAl Jazeera
Jan 11 2022
More than any other time in recent memory, the present moment offers many Americans a chance to make work better.
American employees in 2022 have more leverage over their employers than they have had since the 1970s, the result of a confluence of factors. The pandemic that began in 2020 has prompted a widespread reevaluation about what place work should have in the lives of manyVox
Apr 30 2021
Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) said Thursday on Fox News Channel’s “The Ingraham Angle” that he would “for sure” sign an election bill passed by the Florida legislature.
Ingraham said, “Governor DeSantis, Florida voted to add security to your elections. Do you plan on signing that?”
DeSantis said, “For sure. In Florida, we have voter ID. We’ve had voter ID. It works. It’s the rightBreitbart News
Oct 31 2012
In June, a diffident and self-deluded President Obama claimed that "the private sector is doing fine." Last week, the private sector responded: Speak for yourself, buster.Michelle Malkin
Jun 26 2020
Why do they do it? Cops have been caught on video, over and over, assaulting Black Americans — bruising their bodies and breaking their bones during routine encounters that escalated. What makes officers engage in rough arrest tactics that seem unnecessarily brutal?Paul Huebl, a 12-year veteran of the Chicago Police Department who now makes a living as a private investigator aiding copsThe Marshall Project
Oct 24 2021
Glenn Youngkin, the Republican candidate for Virginia governor, has said he would ban critical race theory in schools on his first day in office.
Youngkin made the pledge during a rally in Henrico on Saturday. His comments came during a section of his speech that focused on improvements to education he would implement if he were elected.
"We all know education starts withNewsweek