A man upset over state-ordered coronavirus restrictions was sentenced to just over six years in prison for planning to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
More than 800,000 service members have yet to get their shots, according to Pentagon data.
However, a vaccine mandate for federal employees states that they have to be regularly tested for the virus if they choose not to be vaccinated.
An Oregon school superintendent is telling parents they can get their children out of wearing masks by citing federal disability law.
Biden also said Friday the United States is committed to evacuating all Afghans who assisted the war effort.
Pope Francis has received dozens of soccer jerseys and game balls during his eight-year pontificate but he got a new football-themed toy: his very own foosball table.
Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar is a key public figure for the Taliban in Afghanistan.
Kelly, 54, is perhaps best known for his smash hit “I Believe I Can Fly,” a 1996 song that became an inspirational anthem played at school graduations, weddings, advertisements and elsewhere.
Did the Miami-Dade Police Department issue a warning about a sexual assault scheme that uses children to target women? No, that's not true: A public information officer from the MDPD confirmed with Lead Stories that the letter, which has
Some reports have confirmed that vaccinated individuals could potentially still get COVID-19.
“People from Caribbean countries such as Jamaica appear to be disproportionately targeted for deportation from the UK if they commit crimes” The Guardian, 25 July 2021. The Guardian recently reported that data it had obtained via the Free
The U.S. budget deficit hit $2.54 trillion for the first 10 months of this budget year, fed by spending to support the country after the pandemic-induced recession.
Lawmakers approved Democrats’ budget resolution on a party-line 50-49 vote, a crucial step for a president and party set on training the government’s fiscal might on assisting families, creating jobs and fighting climate change.
The same TikTok user who posted the viral video later said that no one was hurt in the incident.
Some patients wait inside ambulances for up to an hour before hospitals in St. Petersburg, Florida, can admit them.
Gizmodo captured a development in a "right to repair" lawsuit with the McHeadline "McFlurry Machine Company Just Got Hit With a McRestraining Order."
Sen. Rand Paul went viral online with a video in which he encouraged the American people to resist the “mandates, lockdowns, and harmful policies of petty tyrants and bureaucrats,” referring to mask mandates and vaccine requirements institu
In 2015, Paul invited a reporter to photograph him getting a vaccine because he was annoyed that he was "being characterized as someone who’s against vaccines."
The FDA has only granted emergency-use approval of the Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines, but the agency is expected to soon give full approval to Pfizer.
While Pfizer has said it plans to seek U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval for booster shots, health authorities say that for now, the fully vaccinated seem well protected.
Washington wrote in 1777 that the Continental Army had more to "dread" from smallpox than from the "Sword of the Enemy."
Some people opposed to the COVID-19 vaccines say they have a workaround for dealing with businesses that require employees to get the shots. “If your employer is mandating any pokes, do not quit,” said one user in an Aug. 4 Facebook post.
"If your employer is mandating any pokes, do not quit. Make them fire you. That way you get unemployment benefits."
The COVID-19 vaccines in use around the world are effective at preventing severe illness and death from the coronavirus, but some people do get infected after the shots.
The new requirement comes from Genesis Healthcare, which has 70,000 employees at nearly 400 nursing homes and senior communities.
“The best way to avoid COVID altogether is to exercise, eat healthy and let your immune system beat it naturally.”
Did former President Donald Trump get subpoenas for routers associated with Arizona's voting-counting machines and does that pave the way for Trump to be reinstated as president? No, that's not true: While Arizona's senate is attempting t
SciCheck Digest The Biden administration hasn’t introduced COVID-19 travel restrictions on Americans going to Mexico since the delta variant became dominant in the U.S., and it is enforcing immigration laws at the border. But a meme falsely claim
When will the COVID-19 vaccines get full Food and Drug Administration approval? That’s a question on a lot of minds as the daily number of COVID-19 cases rise across the U.S., driven by a more contagious mutation of the coronavirus. More public and p
Did a team of all-Black, all-female chess champions get snubbed by mainstream media? No, that's not true: the middle-school-aged team, which competed in 2016, was recognized by both local and national media outlets. The claim appeared in
Let's try that again, triathlon.
A Facebook post contains lots of false information about tetanus, including misinformation about the types of wounds that can lead to tetanus infection, and the fact that a bleeding wound means there is “NO tetanus”. What is Tetanus?&
A widely shared Facebook post asks “If the jabbed are apparently dying from the unjabbed. Why are the unjabbed not dying? And why are the jabbed dying?” As we have written about before, the Covid-19 vaccines have been shown to be high
https://reason.com/2021/07/24/who-gets-to-decide-the-truth/ Until the 1600s, the average annual rate of
Allegations were said to have come from a “government insider.”
Amazon is tired of ringing doorbells.
"Can I have, please, 50-piece — not 51, not 49 — minis, yes?" the NBA Finals MVP said.
Judge Randolph Moss said the 38-year-old had played a role, if not as significant as others, in one of the worst episodes in American history.