March 4

Another Norfolk Southern Train Derails, This Time in Alabama, Just Hours Before Railway’s CEO Told Congress He Is ‘Deeply Sorry’ Over East Palestine

Just hours before the CEO of Norfolk Southern testified this week before Congress about his railway's apparent difficulty staying on the tracks, another one of its trains derailed in Alabama.

Gavin Newsom Takes ‘Personal Trip’ to Mexico Amid California Storms, Tests Positive for COVID

This is the second time the California governor has had COVID-19.

US Jobless Claims Rise by Most in 5 Months

As of the week ending February 25, about 1.72 million people were receiving jobless aid, an increase of 69,000 from the previous week.

Progressive Marianne Williamson Confirms Presidential Run in 2024

Marianne Williamson, a prominent progressive who ran for president in 2020, confirmed in an interview published Thursday that she will run again for the Democratic nomination for president in 2024.

3 Blockbuster Revelations From the Latest Special Counsel Court Filings

New court filings in a Spygate case solve some long-running mysteries and hint at serious developments.

California Lawmakers Refuse to End Newsom’s COVID Emergency Powers

California state legislators vote down measure that would have revoked emergency powers given to Gov. Gavin Newsom and grew over the course of the pandemic.

Pfizer Pushes for 4th Shot, Says 3 Doses ‘Not That Good’ Against Infections

Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla on Sunday said the vaccine maker plans to submit data on a fourth dose of its COVID-19 vaccine to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration because protection after three doses is “not that good against infections” and “doesn’t last very long” when faced with a variant like Omicron.

Illinois Illegally Denied Elections Group Access to Voter Records, Federal Court Rules

A federal court ruled that Illinois  violated the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) when it refused to provide an election integrity group with access to the state’s voter roll.

Florida’s Parental Rights in Education Bill Passes Committee, Heads to Senate Floor

The Parental Rights in Education bill passed its final committee hearing, and has moved to the Senate floor for a full vote this week.

French Journalist Claims Ukrainian Citizens Have Been ‘Targeted,’ Killed by Ukraine Gov’t ‘Since 2014’: ‘I Have Proof’ (Watch)

"Residents of the Donbass began to be targeted by their own government in 2014" says French reporter.

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