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73% of U.S. Now Immune to Omicron: AP

Most Americans are protected from the virus.

New Book on US First Lady May Cause Discomfort for Bidens

There have been scandals brewing around the family since the Democrat announced his decision to run for president in 2020, including his son’s business dealings in China and Ukraine and Joe Biden’s potential conflict of interest, as well as sexual assault allegations made against the politician.

Prince Andrew Settles Sexual Assault Case Out of Court

Britain's Prince Andrew settled the sexual assault case brought by Virginia Giuffre without going to court.

CDC Data Signaling Vaccine Catastrophe

It took only 32 deaths to halt 1976 shot campaign

New York City Fires Nearly 1,500 Workers for Refusing COVID-19 Vaccine

New York Mayor Eric Adams  announced on Monday that 1,430 public-sector workers in the city were fired for failing to meet a Feb. 11 deadline to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

Norway Ending Most COVID Restrictions

Norway is lifting the remainder of its COVID-19 restrictions, crediting mass vaccinations for the country’s recovery from the pandemic.

GOP Pushes U.S. Schools to Post All Class Materials Online

Republican state lawmakers across the U.S. want to require schools to post all course materials online so parents can review them, part of a broader national push by the GOP for a sweeping parents bill of rights ahead of the midterm congressional elections.

President Trump: ‘50,000 Illegal Phantom Votes Were Cast in the 2020 Presidential Election’ in Wisconsin

Donald J. Trump releases official statement on Wisconsin voter fraud.

Canada-To-Us Ambassador Bridge Reopens, as COVID Mandate ‘Convoy’ Protests in Ottawa Swells

Members of the Canadian government are contemplating next steps for dealing with the 'Freedom Convoy' protesters.

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