Ginni Thomas, Wife Of SCOTUS Judge Clarence Thomas, Texted Mark Meadows About Overturning 2020 Election
Virginia "Ginni" Thomas, the wife of SCOTUS Judge Clarence Thomas, sent texts to Mark Meadows about overturning the 2020 Presidential election.
Bonuses on Wall Street grew 20% from 2020 to 2021.
The White House announced plans on Thursday to accept 100,000 Ukrainian refugees as Biden meets with Europe's leaders this week.
The U.S. Census Bureau has confirmed that COVID-19 has led to a significant population decline in major US cities.
“It’s inevitable we will see a BA.2 wave here,” said one doctor.
Brian Houston, the founder of Australia's biggest evangelical organization, Hillsong Church, resigned Wednesday after an internal investigation.
Indiana Senator Mike Braun Responds To ‘Misunderstood’ Remarks: States Should Decide Legality Of Interracial Marriage
Senator Mike Braun of Indiana made the remarks during an event on Tuesday but says that he misunderstood the questions despite being asked multiple times.
Hillary Clinton and White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki announced on Tuesday they tested positive for COVID-19.
Biden made the comments Monday at a White House event, which has since taken off in conspiracy circles online as proof of a global elite controlling the world.
Reports indicate that Buzzfeed News may become a thing of the past.
The ex-wife of Jeff Bezos just gave away $436 million.
The District of Columbia has sued GrubHub, claiming that the delivery service raises the prices of items before delivery, higher than their listed price on restaurant sites.
More studies emerge that prove diabetes is a potential long-term result of COVID-19.
The U.S. recently declared that Myanmar's military perpetrated the genocide of Rohingya Muslims. This declaration comes as Putin ramps up the Russian offensive in Ukraine, and many call him a war criminal.
The bill to make daylight saving time permanent passed unanimously in the Senate, but questions have since arisen as the bill heads to the house.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky shared his call with Ukraine-born Mila Kunis and Ashton Kushner as their fundraiser has reached $35 million.
The acquisition of Alleghany represents Warren Buffett's first major deal in two years after struggling to find a big acquisition.
The IEA says that if individuals and governments around the world can curb their demand for oil, it will lead to more energy sovereignty for countries and less impact on the climate.
Automakers predict a slow year for production and manufacturing amid a chaotic global supply chain.
A letter signed by various European lawmakers addressed the Nobel Committee asking that Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky and the Ukrainian people be considered for a Nobel Prize.
There are about three notable options should Trump decided to run again.
Willie Wilson announced the free gas giveaway in Chicago, which started Thursday morning, on Tuesday.
Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky signed a law Wednesday that set up the framework for legalizing cryptocurrencies.
Koch Industries said Wednesday that the company and its subsidiaries will not leave Russia despite public outrage.
Ramesh "Sunny" Balwani will soon go to trial on fraud charges.
“We’re seeing an increase in demand that is really unprecedented.”
China's COVID-19 outbreak has brought the country into another lockdown, with millions in the country affected, and the supply chain.
Starbucks announced on Wednesday that current CEO Kevin Johnson will retire and Howard Schultz will act as interim CEO.
Google Lawsuit Alleges Links Pull Customers Away From Restaurant Websites, Prioritizing Delivery Apps
The lawsuit alleges that Google has directed users away from restaurants' websites to a Google-operated site through the "Order Online" button without restaurants' permission.
Fox News announced the news on Tuesday, which is the second journalist working for U.S. media killed in Ukraine.