Pentagon Finds Evidence of COVID-19 Lab Origins

The Pentagon's Defense Intelligence Agency’s National Center for Medical Intelligence (NCMI) unveiled that certain characteristics of the virus, SARS-CoV-2, indicate bioengineering.

Disney Shares Plunge to Nine-Year Low Amid Company’s ‘Woke’ Push

On Thursday, Disney shares took a 3.9% hit.

Chinese Behemoth Property Developer Evergrande Declares Bankruptcy After Experts Blamed BlackRock for ‘Blowing Up’ China’s Real Estate Bubble

As of the conclusion of the prior year, the firm, with its linked enterprises holding assets in the U.S., declared outstanding liabilities amounting to $335 billion.

Muslims Attack 3 Christian Churches in Eastern Pakistan

This rash action was a consequence of accusations that a local Christian individual, named Raja Amir, and his associate had allegedly "desecrated" the Quran.

Former FBI Chief Who Investigated Trump in 2016 Pleads Guilty to Violating U.S. Sanctions on Russia

The former senior FBI agent played a pivotal role in the 2016 Trump campaign investigation concerning alleged Russia "collusion."

U.S. Appeals Court Finds D.C. Guilty of Selective Law Enforcement Against Pro-Life Activists, Favored BLM

In the summer of 2020, the District of Columbia witnessed extensive BLM protests.

State of Hawaii Looking To ‘Acquire’ Lahaina, Prevent Foreign Developers From Taking Land

Hawaii Governor Josh Green (D) said his administration is seeking to take over the land destroyed by wildfires.

BlackRock, Other U.S. Investment Firms to Blame for China’s Real Estate Collapse

"We should be ready for a major real estate property downturn, not just in China, but across the world."

Biden Has Spent 39% of His Presidency on Vacation: Report

President Joe Biden spent the weekend in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware with First Lady Jill Biden, adding to the 360 days he has vacationed so far during his presidency.

US Virgin Islands Wants JPMorgan Chase To Pay Millions For Its Association With Jeffrey Epstein

The US Virgin Islands reportedly wants JPMorgan Chase to pay at least $190 million to resolve a lawsuit accusing the largest US bank of ignoring Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking.

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