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U.S. Labor Market Recovery Lost Steam In November With A Sluggish 210,000 New Jobs

Though unemployment fell to its lowest level in nearly two years, the U.S. added back a worse-than-expected 210,000 jobs in November—indicating the labor market is still struggling to add back jobs lost during the pandemic amid the looming threat of a new coronavirus variant.

Dow Jones Drops 900 Points on Opening Bell as New COVID-19 Variant Roils Markets

The Dow Jones fell over 900 points just after opening bell on Nov. 26, with other major Wall Street stock indexes—and risk assets more generally—also seeing sell-offs as news of a new COVID-19 variant spreading in South Africa seems to have sparked a broader risk-off sentiment among investors.

The Steele Dossier and the End of Shame In American Politics

The famous philosopher and mathematician Blaise Pascal once declared that “the only shame is to have none.” The problem with shame is it assumes a sense of guilt over one’s actions.

Biden approval rating hits new low of 36 percent in Quinnipiac poll

President Biden’s approval rating keeps on dropping, and the news is no better for congressional Democrats.

Whitlock Says MSNBC Engaging In ‘Satanism’: ‘It’s an attack on Jesus’ (Video)

Analyst Jason Whitlock criticizes left-wing reporters on MSNBC, arguing that they are promoting "satanism" by forcing a false reality on the world.

WaPo Issues Massive Correction About Steele Dossier, Says It Can Not Stand By The Accuracy Of Two Stories

The Washington Post reported Friday it deleted and corrected portions of two articles about the Steele Dossier after the paper decided it “could no longer stand by the accuracy of those elements of the story.”

Steele dossier source Igor Danchenko pleads ‘not guilty’ to lying to FBI

British ex-spy Christopher Steele’s main source, Igor Danchenko, pleaded not guilty in federal court after being charged in John Durham’s investigation, with the special counsel alleging the Russian national repeatedly lied to the FBI in 2017 when questioned about his role in generating the Steele dossier.

Durham inspires GOP investigators to look in ‘another direction’ with Fiona Hill in spotlight

Special counsel John Durham motivated a new line of inquiry among Republican investigators in Congress who espouse the view that there was collusion between the Democrats, not former President Donald Trump, and Russia during the 2016 election.

Fox News Legal Analyst: Law Doesn’t Care How Ashley Biden’s Diary Was Obtained, FBI Wrong To Investigate

"What is so bewildering about this is why are the feds even involved?"

New court documents detail alleged web of lies used to fabricate Steele Dossier, frame Trump

Civil, criminal case records create portrait of how Igor Danchenko allegedly misled America as primary source for Christopher Steele dossier.

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