Stanford researchers found “no clear, significant beneficial effect of [more restrictive measures] on case growth in any country.”
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The U.S. Army confirmed that as many as 25,000 National Guard members will be stationed in Washington D.C. for Inauguration Day next week.
A photographer is accused of video voyeurism in Stuart, and detectives believe there may be more victims.
Assemblyman Randy Voepel has for the last few years been arguably the lowest-profile member of San Diego’s state legislative delegation.
Clark County employees were exposed to toxic chemicals while working at the county’s government center, leading to seven deaths and many others to become seriously ill, according to a recently filed lawsuit.
A coalition of companies is pushing for a credential that would identify people who have received a COVID-19 vaccine.
President-elect Joe Biden’s plan for pandemic relief contains a $15 minimum wage mandate which Congress has estimated would lead to the loss of 1.3 million jobs.
Mayor Todd Gloria has a long list of priorities for 2021. He described a slew of goals and commitments in his first State of the City address as the city’s elected mayor. (Fun fact: This actually wasn’t Gloria’s first State of the City address. He gave the address as interim mayor in 2014.)
“This is historic”
After operating for more than four months with a mix of in-person and distance learning, the largest private school in Nevada welcomed most of its students back to its Las Vegas campus full time last week after receiving a waiver from certain COVID-19 restrictions from the state.
“This is Going to be MUCH BIGGER Than Just One Account”: Whistleblower Records Twitter CEO Discussing Censorship
Jack Dorsey explains last week’s Great Purge and why it’s only the beginning.
Trump Declassifies ‘Foot-High’ Stack Of Russiagate, Obamagate Documents; Set For Release Within Days
The documents would be released as soon as Friday, but no later than Monday
Another academic study is proving what many have contended all along, that the COVID lockdowns are causing more harm than good
President Donald Trump will wield his fortune and name to help Republicans flip the House of Representatives during the next nationwide election, an adviser said on Jan. 14.
A special election will be held on Feb. 9th in Franklin County for continuance of the County Health Tax, a 1% sales tax.
A suspect is arrested in connection to a shooting at a sports bar near Port St. Lucie in October.
A home in northern Palm Beach County has broken the $30 million dollar mark.
The sentencing for a man who admitted to murdering his wife in Abacoa turned emotional.
The Chinese regime has this past year broadened its repression of groups domestically while ramping up human rights violations around the world, a bipartisan U.S. congressional commission warned in its annual report.
It was a dark winter for most small business owners across America, but Los Angeles County in particular was decimated by draconian lockdown measures right before the holidays.
Governor Asa Huthinson issued an official proclamation recognizing National School Choice Week for Arkansas for January 24-30, 2021.
The Arkansas National Guard is sending 500 soldiers and airmen to Washington to assist with security for President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration. The guard on Thursday said Gov. Asa Hutchinson approved the mission.
The City of Yankton has named its newest Employee of the year.
As we experience another winter storm in the Yankton area, there are families out there in need of warm, winter clothing to get through the season.
The South Dakota Department of Health reported 10 new deaths in the state related to COVID-19.
State Lawmakers are in Pierre preparing to work on the budget for 2022.
Dakota County residents 65 years and older can get on a waitlist to receive their COVID-19 vaccines.
A Nebraska lawmaker is proposing a state takeover of K-12 public education funding as a way to lower property taxes.
A Colton, South Dakota man has been identified as the person who died Friday afternoon in a two-vehicle crash southeast of Madison.
South Dakota health officials reported 452 more cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, along with 19 additional virus-related deaths, bringing the state’s death toll to 1,604.
College students in South Dakota have headed back to classes.
South Dakota state health officials updated their vaccination numbers on Wednesday, and announced they are ready to start phase 1D early next week.
South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem has issued an executive order to officially direct a lawsuit challenging a voter-approved constitutional amendment to legalize recreational marijuana.
Nebraska’s governor provided an update on Nebraska’s vaccination process during a press conference on Monday.
Halfway through his first term as Nevada governor, Steve Sisolak has $4.5 million in campaign cash on hand after more than doubling his coffers in 2020
Peter Navarro from the Trump Team just released his third report from the 2020 Election.
One Year Ago, W.H.O. Shared Chinese COVID Propaganda: ‘No Clear Evidence of Human-to-Human Transmission’
Twelve months ago today, the World Health Organisation (W.H.O.) reassured the world on the then-new coronavirus outbreak
Tech giant Google is under fire after it revealed that it blocked some Australian news sites from search results as part of an “experiment.” Critics call it a “chilling illustration” of the company’s stranglehold on internet search.