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Protesting Workers Beaten at Chinese iPhone Factory

Police beat workers protesting over a pay dispute at the biggest factory for Apple’s iPhone, whose new model is delayed by controls imposed as...

Youth Hospitalizations for Suicidal Thoughts Rises 59% in 5 Years: Report

Suicide rates and mental health-related hospital visits among youth were rising before the COVID-19 pandemic but surged even higher during the lockdowns, according to a new study.

Nation’s Report Card Scores Show Keeping Schools Open the Right Decision: Gov. DeSantis

The 2022 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) rankings indicate that Florida students are “well ahead of their peers, especially with younger and educationally...

A Big Picture Look at the Disastrous Public Health Response to COVID-19

An underlying principle of public health is, or was, to provide the public with accurate information so that they can make good health choices for themselves and their community.

How Big Is Fauci’s Ego? He’s Got a Pillow in His Living Room Bearing His Own Face

Dr. Anthony Fauci, who botched America’s response to the COVID pandemic, has an ego so big he has a pillow on an armchair in his living room with a picture of himself.

Fauci Denies Responsibility for School Closures in Interview After Recommending Lockdown Policies

Outgoing White House chief medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci denied responsibility for school closures during the pandemic, insisting in an interview on Sunday he...

Wawa to Close Two Philly Locations Citing ‘Safety and Security Challenges’ After Flash Mobs Ransack Store

Wawa will close two of its locations in Philly citing ‘safety and security challenges’ after flash mobs ransacked the stores. Surveillance video of Wawa being...

New York City Schools ‘Overwhelmed’ By Influx of Migrant Students

New York City schools are warning that their teachers and staff cannot handle the large number of migrant children entering the classroom.

PayPal Backtracks on ‘Misinformation’ Fine After Thousands Close Their Accounts

The company was preparing to fine account holders up to $2,500 for spreading "hate" or "misinformation," which PayPal determines on its own.

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