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Businesses Pulled Back on ‘Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion’ Programs This Year, New Report Finds

Corporate America dialed back overall enthusiasm for diversity, equity, and inclusion programs, also known as DEI, according to research from Glassdoor.

Pfizer, BioNTech Ask U.S. FDA to Clear Updated COVID-19 Vaccine for Babies and Toddlers

Pfizer and its German partner have asked U.S. regulators to clear their updated COVID-19 vaccine for children as young as 6 months of age, the companies announced on Dec. 5.

Katie Hobbs’ Office Threatens to Sue AZ Counties for Not Certifying Election

Monday was the deadline for election certification.

Thanksgiving Football Ad Calls Out 12 Republican Senators Siding with Democrats for a Sneaky ‘Attack on People of Faith’

The twisted minds of many U.S. lawmakers enjoy concocting ironic nomenclature for legislation that will have the opposite impact of what it would imply.

MTG Introduces Resolution to Audit Ukraine Aid

Backed by GOP Reps. Matt Gaetz (Fla.), Barry Moore (Ala.), Andrew Clyde (Ga.), Thomas Massie (Ky.), Rep-elect Cory Mills (R-Fla.).

Lawsuit Seeks To Reverse Fda’s ‘Reckless’ Approval Of Abortion Pills

Foes of the abortion pill are taking their fight to court, accusing the Food and Drug Administration of placing “politics over science” when it sanctioned the two-drug pregnancy-termination regimen in 2000.

Mitch McConnell Favorably at Record Low 7%

Sen. Mitch McConnell’s (R-KY) favorability hits a record low, per Civiqs voter polling released Monday.

Real Estate Firm Owned by Chinese Billionaire Found Guilty of Paying $1M in Bribes to LA Councilman

The bribes were for approval of the redevelopment of a 77-story skyscraper in downtown Los Angeles.

Here’s Who’s Funding the Los Angeles Elections and Why You Should Care

Over the last few weeks, my mailbox has been inundated with campaign mailers for our local elections.

Cell Phone Bans in Public Schools Are Trending Nationwide

Seven years ago, the former New York City Schools Chancellor said the city’s decision to lift a ban on cell phones in schools was “common sense.”

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