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Defendant pleads guilty in Rudy Giuliani associates’ case

Prosecutors secured a guilty plea Thursday from a Florida businessman who hired one of President Donald Trump’s lawyers, Rudy Giuliani, to lend credibility to a supposedly fraud-busting company authorities say … Click to Continue »

US economy grew at 33% rate in Q3 but recovery is incomplete

The U.S. economy grew at a record 33.1% annual rate in the July-September quarter but has yet to fully rebound from its plunge in the first half of the year … Click to Continue »

NFL changed this play from a sack, costing fantasy football player a $1 million prize

To most viewers who actually stuck around to watch the final minutes of the Rams’ 24-10 win over the Bears on Monday night, this was a forgettable play in a … Click to Continue »

Petition demanding return of ‘Peanuts’ holiday specials to TV nears 200,000 signatures

Thousands of Charlie Brown fans are petitioning for the return of the beloved “Peanuts” holiday specials to broadcast TV. A Change.org petition demanding that networks “Bring the Peanuts specials back … Click to Continue »

Elementary student receives flu shot at Texas school without parent approval, dad says

Parents of a Texas elementary student are outraged after they say their son was given a flu shot at school Tuesday without their consent. They’ve since withdrawn him from the … Click to Continue »

In a life after COVID-19, people of good will must seek common ground

Just knocked off 85. I could do this for a living. The easy part has been sheltering in place since mid-March, a high-risk retiree with steady income. Not one of … Click to Continue »

April the Giraffe’s 19-month-old calf dies at Texas zoo: ‘Unexpected and unpreventable’

Azizi, one of April the Giraffe’s calves, died unexpectedly Tuesday at East Texas Zoo and Gator Park, the zoo announced Wednesday. April the Giraffe gained international fame in 2017 when … Click to Continue »

Biden pledges task force to reunite 545 children separated from families at border

Democratic nominee Joe Biden says, if elected president, he would create a task force focused on finding the parents of 545 children separated from their families at the United States … Click to Continue »

Whatever happens next Tuesday, let’s keep our wits and faith about us.

Sometimes I wish I were a prophet, and often I’m glad I’m not. I think I’d like to divine the future, because I’m terrible at predicting it on my own, … Click to Continue »

Sen McConnell: Kentucky, let’s keep our front row seat in U.S. government.

When I first went to the Senate, I was the lowest man on the totem pole with a desk in the very back. Being in the back fueled me to … Click to Continue »

If elected, Biden could face a Fordian dilemma over a possible presidential pardon

The allegations that have swirled around Trump World since 2016 are many and varied: money laundering, abuse of power, campaign finance violations, cover-ups, bank fraud, tax fraud, insurance fraud, and … Click to Continue »

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