Revelations that the Clinton campaign allegedly spied on the Trump White House are sending shock waves through Washington, D.C. But the question remains: where is the coverage from the mainstream media?
Starting Tuesday, you can eat out in the nation’s capital without a vaccine card. We speak to business owners to find out how the mandate has impacted them, and how locals and tourists feel about the news.
Wholesale prices surged again in January, at twice the pace of market expectations. It’s an indication that prices will continue to rise across the country.
It’s one crisis after another, and Ukraine has been dominating the news cycle. But with new data coming in, it seems inflation continues to plague America, with a bleak economic outlook.
Some Senate Republicans are making a formal move to reopen the U.S. Capitol building to the public. The building has been closed to visitors since mid-March 2020 due to the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus.
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