Congressional Committee Accuses Former Fauci Advisor of ‘Illegal Activity’

The House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic Republican Staff accused former National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Director Anthony Fauci's senior advisor David Morens of criminal activity.

Two Bank of America Employees Die Suddenly in One Month

A 25-year-old Bank of America employee reportedly died suddenly while playing soccer this week just weeks after a 35-year-old investment banker with the company passed away from a blood clot.

Former Facebook DEI Manager Sentenced To Prison For Stealing $5 Million

A former DEI manager for Facebook and Nike was sentenced to five years in prison for stealing over 5 million dollars from the two companies. 

Biden Admin Sued Over New Gender Identity Employer Rules

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti is leading 18 states in a lawsuit against the Biden administration's Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) after it released new guidance extending sex-based discrimination protections to gender identity.

Bank of America Terminates Account of Independent Journalist

Bank of America terminated the account of independent journalist Christina Urso without explanation.

American Tourist Arrested in Russia For Being Drunk in Public

An American visiting Russia has allegedly been arrested for breaking a window at a children’s library after a night of drinking.

Watchdog Reveals Leading Companies’ Political Donations

Corporate bias watchdog 1792 Exchange revealed the political donations of Fortune 10 companies in a new database called the "Board Bias."

ABC News President Steps Down

ABC News president and former diversity head of CBS News Kim Godwin announced that she is stepping down from her role.

New Law Forces California Restaurants to Raise Menu Prices

Restaurant owners have often utilized surcharges to fund employee benefits like health care, with some establishments listing these charges on menus while others made...

Court Rules State Exclusion of ‘Gender-Affirming’ Treatments Violates Consitution

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit ruled against West Virginia and North Carolina, saying the states must pay for transgender healthcare.

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