Risk Management

Parents ‘Upset’ After Virginia Librarian Caught Reading LBGTQ Love Story to Elementary School Kids

Parents are upset after elementary school students were read a children’s book featuring a gay relationship on a school morning show, according to a Youtube video.

Biden’s Chief Climate Officer Is a Klaus Schwab Fellow

President Joe Biden’s Chief Climate Officer and Deputy Administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development was a fellow at the Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship, founded by World Economic Forum Chairman Klaus Schwab.

DHS Warns of Coming Attacks from Leftists on Supreme Court, Churches, Abortion Clinics

Memo warns extremist acts coming from abortion advocates.

How Dangerous Are Masks for Children?

Our public health agencies such as the CDC and NIH, and television medical experts seem unable to address key health messages that could have a dramatic effect in reducing risk of severe sequelae in higher-risk populations such as the minority and African-American population to the scourge of SARS-CoV-2.

SEC Unveils Sweeping Climate Requirements for Public Companies

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposed rules that would force companies to publicly disclose a wide-range of climate-related information.

Do Ukrainian Biolabs Violate the Ban on Biological Weapons Programs?

An explanation must be offered for what was really going on in Ukrainian laboratories working with highly dangerous pathogens

Jan 6 Beating of Unconscious Trump Supporter Who Later Died Ruled ‘Justifiably Reasonable’ by DC Metro Police

officer on January 6 was deemed to be “objectively reasonable” after an investigation by the department’s Internal Affairs Bureau.

Major Chinese real estate developer Evergrande totters on the brink; investors fear collapse, which could trigger another major financial liquidity crisis

As if the global economic condition were not severe enough after months of devastating impacts wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic, investors are warning that the possible collapse of a major Chinese real estate development company named Evergrande could trigger a liquidity crisis similar to the one that occurred in late 2008, leading to a multi-year global recession.

Survey Finds More Than HALF Of U.S. Companies To Impose Vaccine mandates

At least a third could have ‘no jab, no job’ policies by year’s end

US Pledges $64 Million in Aid to Afghanistan, Promises to Respect Sanctions

The United States has promised to send about $64 million more in aid to Afghanistan, pledging to respect sanctions on the Taliban terrorist group that now controls the country.

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