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Dems’ new COVID relief bill mainly subsidizes health care for the rich
Democrats’ holy grail is reducing income inequality. So it’s ironic that they are considering a bill to expand ObamaCare that will primarily benefit richer households and health-insurance companies.  The massive coronavirus relief bill racing through Congress provides substantial new health-insurance subsidies to upper-income households. A 60-year-old couple with two kids making $200,000 would receive a...
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UN chief calls new report a "red alert" for Earth
Global emissions must be reduced by roughly 45% by 2030 to limit devastating impacts of climate change, but nations are on track to reduce emissions by less than 1%, report says.
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Abigail Breslin’s dad Michael dead at age 78 of COVID-19
"I’m in shock and devastation," she began a lengthy Instagram post on Friday.
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FDA vaccine advisers recommend Johnson & Johnson's single-dose COVID-19 vaccine; The Dish: Chef Edy Massih on Lebanese roots, new shop
Joseph Duffey, educator and antiwar activist behind influential Senate campaign, dies at 88
He ran for the Senate in 1970 as a Connecticut Democrat and later led the National Endowment for the Humanities and the U.S. Information Agency.
Long Island Cemetery Worker Killed When Grave Collapses on Him
A cemetery worker on Long Island was killed Thursday when the sides of a grave collapsed on him as he was leveling the bottom.
WWII Plane Fly-Past Honors Captain Tom Moore at Funeral
The private service was small, attended by just eight members of the veteran's immediate family
Albert Pujols says he hasn't decided if he'll retire at end of season
A week after his wife indicated on Instagram this would be Albert Pujols' final season, the Angels slugger says he hasn't decided on when he'll retire.
Ric Grenell won't rule out run for California governor amid Newsom recall, says GOP can win
Former Acting Director of National Intelligence Ric Grenell didn't rule out running for California governor after teasing a potential challenge to Gov. Gavin Newsom in his speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), he told Fox News on Saturday.
Hawley suggests Biden elevate Trump-era judges, but warns president is 'in thrall to radical left wing'
Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., on Friday suggested that President Biden, in a show of bipartisanship, pick Trump-appointed district court judges for seats on appeals courts when his administration begins to make judicial nominations.
Riverside hockey repeats as NVHSL champion after completing tenuous season
The Rams overcame several coronavirus issues and beat undefeated Briar Woods in the title game Friday.
Lady Gaga’s grandmother thrilled that stolen dogs returned safely
Nonna is going gaga. Lady Gaga’s grandmother told The Post Saturday she is ecstatic her famous granddaughter’s purloined pooches have been safely recovered. “I was upset that my granddaughter was upset,” 90-year-old Angeline Germanotta said. “I’m happy they recovered the dogs and I hope they’re alright.” Angeline said she been a nervous wreck ever since...
CNN's Joe Johns explains Biden's short speech as relief bill heads to Senate
President Joe Biden says Americans are "one step closer" to relief after the House voted to approve the $1.9 trillion pandemic aid package. CNN's Joe Johns explains the president's short remarks as the bill heads to the Senate.
Archeologists Find Intact Ceremonial Chariot Near Pompeii
Officials at the Pompeii archaeological site in Italy announced Saturday the discovery of an intact ceremonial chariot.
Islanders who call Prince Philip a ‘god’ plan to worship Charles next
Since his hospitalization for an infection on Feb. 16, global concern has swelled for the health of Britain’s 99-year-old Duke of Edinburgh, aka Prince ­Philip. But news of the royal’s illness is only just reaching the South Pacific island of Tanna, where an estimated 700 of its 29,000 inhabitants worship the royal as a god. The...
Ancient ceremonial chariot unearthed in Pompeii
Excavators have discovered a large four-wheel ceremonial chariot at a villa near Pompeii, an ancient city in southern Italy.
New Haven, Connecticut, police secure arrest warrant for suspect in Yale student's killing
Police in New Haven, Connecticut, say they have secured an arrest warrant charging MIT graduate student Qinxuan Pan with murder in the fatal shooting of Yale University student Kevin Jiang earlier this month.
Climate change is putting monarch butterfly migration at risk
The director general of WWF-Mexico urged governments and scientists to work on addressing the issue.
Chris Russo should raise holy hell with disgraceful Pat McAfee
In the 1960s, Belle Barth, a late X-rated Miami Beach nightclub comic, would remark, “If I offend you, please tell your friends.” And that brings us to, of all people, Chris Russo. He and I have engaged in some nasty battles over his 33-year WFAN then SiriusXM radio career. But credit where credit is richly...
Satellite images reveal extent of damage caused by Biden administration's first military action
Satellite images reveal extent of damage caused by Biden administration's first military action
A resident of al-Bukamal, a city near the Syrian-Iraqi border, told CNN the explosions from US airstrikes targeting a compound the Pentagon said was used by Iranian-backed militia groups were unlike anything he had heard before.
Abigail Breslin's dad dead after contracting coronavirus: 'I'm in shock and devastation'
Actress Abigail Breslin announced the death of her father on Friday. He died after contracting COVID-19.
DEA supervisor turned 'pariah' sold semi-automatic rifles to Sinaloa Cartel associates
Joseph Michael Gill, once a DEA supervisor, is now a convicted felon who blames the ATF and Homeland Security for his 'not fair' prosecution.
What Australia's new law might mean for the news you see in the future
In Australia, the websites that were previously blocked by Facebook are now accessible and sharable once again. But the battle involving social networks and news is just beginning.
What Australia's new law might mean for the news you see in the future
Facebook has turned the news back on.
Great Reset: World Economic Forum Hails 'Quieter' Cities as Businesses Collapse During Lockdown
The World Economic Forum deleted a post on social media which praised coronavirus lockdowns for "quietly improving cities around the world".
This Razer Naga Trinity Gaming Mouse is 30% Off Right Now at Best Buy
Save almost $30 on this customizable Razer gaming mouse.
NBA, Utah Jazz investigating team executive over alleged racially insensitive comments
The Utah Jazz are investigating a team executive for alleged racially insensitive comments made in 2015.
UFC Fight Night 186 loses Angela Hill vs. Ashley Yoder hours before event starts
Tonight's UFC card has lost another fight.       Related StoriesDustin Poirier says Nate Diaz fight at welterweight among future optionsKhamzat Chimaev targets June return, warns Neil Magny to 'be ready'Khamzat Chimaev targets June return, warns Neil Magny to 'be ready' - Enclosure
'I will miss you daddy': Abigail Breslin shares her father Michael died from COVID-19, writes touching tribute
Abigail Breslin shared on Instagram that her father Michael died Friday from COVID-19 complications. She wrote a heartfelt tribute to him.
Police brutality against black people happens way less than public thinks
Social movements tap into our most primitive emotions, obscuring the complexities of sociopolitical problems. Reason is traded for ideological fervor and skepticism is swapped with religious dogma. Such was the case in 2020 in the wake of several high-profile cases of alleged police brutality involving black victims. Across the US and Western countries worldwide, activists...
Seventh grade teacher allegedly ‘had sexual contact’ with her teen student
Authorities in Alabama say a local high school teacher turned herself in after she was accused of having sex with one of her students.
Rep. Gosar criticizes ‘white racism’ after speaking at event whose organizer called for white supremacy
The Arizona Republican also backed away from the organizer’s praise for Jan. 6 Capitol protesters.
Here’s why snow can fall when it’s well above freezing
Snow has been known to fall with temperatures near the ground above 40 or even 45 degrees.
Taylor Swift cancels tour due to 'unprecedented pandemic': 'I'm so sorry'
Taylor Swift had no choice but to cancel the remaining dates of her 'Lover Fest' tour due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
UFC free fight: Aljamain Sterling earns title shot with quick submission win over Cory Sandhagen
Watch Aljamain Sterling dispatch Cory Sandhagen with ease at UFC 250.       Related StoriesUFC free fight: Petr Yan batters Jose Aldo to claim vacant bantamweight titleDustin Poirier says Nate Diaz fight at welterweight among future optionsKhamzat Chimaev targets June return, warns Neil Magny to 'be ready'
Kristaps Porzingis handling Mavericks trade rumors a lot better than Mark Cuban
Traded once by the Knicks, Kristaps Porzingis could be on the move again only two years later. Porzingis has been the subject of trade speculation ahead of the NBA trade deadline on March 25, despite having signed a five-year, $158 million max contract with the Mavericks in 2019. Mavericks owner Mark Cuban and coach Rick...
Warren Buffett admits ‘mistake’ cost Berkshire Hathaway $11 billion
Even oracles make mistakes. Berkshire Hathaway earned $42.5 billion in 2020, but on Saturday, CEO Warren Buffett admitted the conglomerate’s results for the year included a rare “mistake” — that cost the company $11 billion. The Oracle of Omaha said in his annual letter to shareholders that his 2016 purchase of the company Precision Castparts...
LeBron James fires back at Zlatan Ibrahimovic after soccer star's comments on politics
LeBron James fired back at Zlatan Ibrahimovic after the Swedish soccer legend ripped the Los Angeles Lakers superstar on Thursday for being too political.
Grenell to discuss potential California governor run with Trump Saturday
The former Trump official is considering jumping into a potential recall election against Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom.
'Brain' of Islamic State in Germany Sentenced To 10.5 Years in Prison
A German court has sentenced 37-year-old Abu Walaa to ten and a half years in prison for his role in trying to radicalise young people.
Democrats Reject Coronavirus Bill Amendment to Divert Funds from Pelosi's Subway to Children's Mental Health
Democrats nixed an amendment to redirect $140 million from a subway in Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco to mental health services for children.
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How UCLA gymnastics is fighting racial injustice and honoring Black Lives Matter
A look at how the UCLA gymnastics team is supporting social justice and the Black Lives Matter movement through its performances and routines.
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'Was it Worth it?': Hungary Chides EU For Intransigence That Led to Brexit
Euro elites that mourn the loss of Britain and its significant financial contributions have themselves to blame, Hungary's Orban has said.
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Power Provider Griddy Defends Itself After Ban From Operating in Texas Amid Storm Furor
Griddy Electric has been banned from the Texas market, but promises customers "we wanted to continue the fight for our members to get relief and that hasn't changed."
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Biden pleads for fast passage of his $1.9T COVID-19 stimulus bill
President Biden urged the Senate Saturday to quickly pass his $1.9 trillion COVID-19 stimulus bill, saying “We have no time to waste.” “If we act now we can finally get ahead of this virus,” he said at a White House podium in remarks that lasted less than two minutes. House Democrats narrowly approved the American...
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Biden hails House passage of $1.9T virus bill
The House approved a $1.9 trillion pandemic relief bill that was championed by President Joe Biden, the first step in providing another dose of aid to a weary nation as the measure now moves to a tense Senate. (Feb. 27)      
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Texas crisis highlights vulnerability of U.S. power grids
A recent analysis found major power outages caused by extreme weather have increased 67% since 2000.
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