Back in February of this year, The New American reported on the opening of “COVID jails” in Germany, where repeat quarantine offenders were detained in a juvenile detention center in the state of Saxony.
An unclassified U.S. intelligence report summarized for the public on Aug. 27 makes clear that the first cases of COVID-19 were at least as early as Nov. 19, 2019, and that the first cluster of cases occurred at least by December 2019 in Wuhan.
A recent Government Accountability Office (GAO) survey shows that at least 10 federal agencies have plans to expand their use of facial recognition technology over the next two years—a prospect that alarms privacy advocates who worry about a lack of oversight.
Former University of Georgia football legend Herschel Walker has filed to run for U.S. Senate in Georgia, becoming the most prominent Republican to line up to challenge incumbent Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-Ga.).
Antifa member Clifford Phillip Eiffler-Rodriguez, 35, of Salem, Ore., was arrested for allegedly assaulting a female police officer, at the violent protest on August 10, when Antifa gathered to attack participants of a street church protest outside Planned Parenthood.
President Joe Biden on Aug. 5 said he is offering a “safe haven” to Hongkongers in the United States that would allow thousands to extend their stay amid Beijing’s “significant erosion” of their freedoms back home.