The Supreme Court will hear arguments on a mask and vaccine mandate issued by President Biden.
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How a wedding photographer and a failed donut shop owner got $124M in federal cash for COVID testing
While the Center for COVID Control failed to keep up with testing demands, the company's owners spent millions on luxury cars and homes, records show.
The estranged wife of indicted leader of Oath Keepers tells CNN he is a 'dangerous man' and 'complete sociopath'
The wife of Oath Keepers leader Stewart Rhodes said she was relieved that he has been indicted as she "lived in fear" of him showing up at her house.
- Fox News
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul hit back at YouTube "censors" on Saturday after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention acknowledged that cloth masks do not work as well against the coronavirus as N95 makes.
- Fox News
Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts is planning to use eminent domain to take land in Colorado to build a canal off the South Platte River, claiming that a 99-year-old agreement allows him to do it.
- Fox News
Rep. Jim Jordan vowed Sunday to uncover what Dr. Anthony Fauci knew about the origins of the coronavirus pandemic if Congress flips back to Republican control after the 2022 midterm elections.
- The Providence Journal
Text messages show that a Charlestown police sergeant advised an officer "to just leave it” after he spotted a state trooper having sex in a cruiser.
- Daily World
The cement obstruction rests on private property. But some from the Shawnee Farms and Shawnee Hills subdivisions say it was placed there intentionally
- USA TODAY
Omicron not peaking nationally yet, surgeon general says; Djokovic leaves Australia after losing appeal: COVID-19 updates
The COVID-19 omicron variant is not peaking in the United States yet, according to Surgeon General Vivek Murthy. Follow the latest updates.
- The Hill
Former Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottlieb on Sunday said the Biden administration made a mistake by federalizing vaccine mandates "in ways that they didn't have to.""I think once the federal government, the Biden administration, stepped in and federalized aspects of this response, they owned it and created a perception that they alone could fix it," Gottlieb told moderator Margaret Brennan on CBS's "Face the Nation."The...
- The Week
Youngkin eliminates cabinet-level DEI post and bans 'critical race theory' from public schools
Maryland Gov. Hogan says Biden's plan to send at-home COVID-19 tests is 'hijacking' the state's plan to buy tests
Hogan said that the Biden administration appeared to be buying up tests that had already been ordered for distribution by states.
- The Fiscal Times
Americans will be able to order free Covid tests starting next Wednesday, January 19, the White House announced Friday. Half of the one billion tests ordered by the Biden administration will be available starting next week at a government-run website – https://www.covidtests.gov/ – with each household allowed to order four tests. The test kits will be delivered at no cost, with shipments beginning 7 to 12 days after the orders are made. A phone-based ordering system will also be rolled out for t
- South Bend Tribune
The city, in its own investigation, has a chance to find if there are deeper issues still at play that need addressing.
- The Daily Beast
CQ-Roll CallWhen the Department of Justice indicted members of the Oath Keepers last week for their role in the Jan. 6 insurrection, one Republican official might have taken more notice of the arrests than others.Frank Eathorne, who was revealed in a leak last year to be one of 191 Wyoming-based members of the far-right militia group, was in Washington for protests on Jan. 6. But Eathorne is no rank-and-file fringe crank. He is the sitting chairman of the Wyoming Republican Party.That role has m
- National Review
The comments come after DeSantis touted Florida as a redoubt of freedom from coronavirus restrictions in his state-of-the-state address.
- The New York Times
Amid a flurry of bills nationwide that seek to ban the teaching of critical race theory in schools, one such proposal in Virginia stood out. Tucked inside a bill introduced by Wren Williams, a Republican delegate, was a glaring error: Among the concepts that school boards would be required to ensure students understood was “the first debate between Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass.” But as scholars, Williams’ colleagues in the House of Delegates and others on social media noted, that debat
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
A host of issues could make filing your taxes more complicated this year. Here's what you need to know
The National Association of Tax Professionals is warning of the "most grueling year yet" for preparers and predicts many taxpayers may need extra help
- Belleville News-Democrat
“All they want to do is drag (my father) through the mud for something I did when I was a kid.”
- The Hill
Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) on Sunday said he believes the core provisions of the Democrats' social spending and climate bill will pass, but conceded that the most recent version of the measure is "dead" after Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) announced last month that he opposed the package.Pressed by moderator Margaret Brennan on CBS's "Face the Nation" on if the massive spending bill is dead, citing the lack of votes within the Democratic Party, Kaine...
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
Many students are dispirited because as far into the future as they can see, the court appears likely to do more harm than good to democracy.