Senate Relaxes Dress Code Guidelines to Accommodate John Fetterman

The Democrat-run U.S. Senate has eased up on its dress code requirements, allowing senators to dress as they please on Capitol Hill.

Ramaswamy’s Presidential Run: A Game of Smoke and Mirrors? (Opinion)

Vivek's company is owned by BlackRock, the same asset manager he demonizes.

Biden Wants To Build Housing Program For Illegal Immigrants At Border

President Joe Biden is reportedly asking Congress to approve a housing program for illegal immigrants at the southern border.

75% of US Hospitals Profited from COVID Relief Funds: JAMA Study

Despite the pandemic-related challenges in 2022, such as inflation and rising costs, hospitals' margins continue to show signs of improvement.

Florida District Court Sets May 2024 Trial Date for Trump’s Alleged Misuse of Classified Documents

According to the court filing, the process of jury selection will kick off on May 14, leading up to the two-week trial period set to begin on May 20.

Biden Aids on President’s Temper: ‘No One Is Safe’

In private, President Joe Biden is prone to yelling, according to administration officials.

At Least 45% Of U.S. Tap Water Contaminated With ‘Forever Chemicals’

Research from U.S. Geological Survey found that at least 45% of tap water in the United States is contaminated with "forever chemicals."

Former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro Banned From Elections for 8 Years

Brazil's Supreme Court ruled that former president Jair Bolsonaro cannot run in future presidential or lower elections for 8 years.

Latino Voters Shifting Away from Democrats

Although the Democratic Party still retains majority support, there's a noticeable drift away from the party.

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