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We Ran OSHA. Here’s the Truth About the So-Called ‘Vaccine Mandate’

On Nov. 4, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced an emergency temporary standard (ETS) directing larger employers to take steps to keep their workplaces safe from COVID-19 by either requiring vaccinations or weekly testing and masks for those who are not vaccinated. This effort has been blocked, at least temporarily, and is now…
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Top free-agent Carlos Correa hires Scott Boras
Carlos Correa is going to get a boatload of money this offseason — and the team that signs him is going to have to go through Scott Boras.
Hong Kong plans to cull 2,000 hamsters over Covid fears. Pet owners are outraged
Hong Kong will euthanize about 2,000 hamsters and other small animals after a pet store worker and several rodents tested positive for coronavirus, as the city pursues an uncompromising zero-Covid strategy two years into the pandemic.
Family Shocked to Find a Body They Didn't Recognize in Their Loved One's Casket
"When we walked in there, it was a different body in her casket. With her clothes on," a family member stated.
Larry Elder blasts LA prosecutor following murder in Maxine Waters' neighborhood
Los Angeles County Democratic District Attorney George Gascon's soft-on-crime policies led to the apparently random murder of a young furniture store employee Tuesday, former California gubernatorial candidate Larry Elder told Fox News.
An overdue presser: Biden set to take reporters' questions in first formal news conference in months
When President Joe Biden walks out at 4pm ET to greet reporters assembled in the White House's East Room, it will be the first formal press conference he has convened in months. Suffice to say, a lot has happened since then.
For MLK Day, Spice Company Says All Republicans 'Racist,' Want to 'Shoot a Black Person'
Some customers called the company's message divisive while others pledged to restock their pantries with its spice offerings.
1/18: Red and Blue
Action on voting rights bill on Capitol Hill; Candidate smokes marijuana in new campaign ad
CBS Evening News, January 18, 2022
Website to order free COVID tests launches early; Red Cross sees increase in blood donations
Spiraling Terrapins can’t overcome slow start, fall at Michigan
Maryland scores a season-low 19 points in the first half and is unable to recover as its season of disappointment finds a new low point.
US 'sleepwalking' toward new 'Cuban Missile Crisis' with Kremlin that could harm homeland: Russia expert
The United States and the D.C. "warmonger" establishment is "sleepwalking" the country into a potentially dangerous war with Russia by its potential intercession in the affairs of Ukraine, a Russian policy expert told Fox News on Tuesday.
LAPD identifies suspect in stabbing of UCLA grad student Brianna Kupfer
Kupfer, 24, was killed the afternoon of Jan. 13 in a random attack as she worked alone in the store at Croft House on North La Brea Ave., police said.
SpaceX continues rapid-fire launch cadence
It was SpaceX's third orbital launch in just 12 days.
New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu Blasts Court, Says Harmony Montgomery's Father a 'Monster'
Harmony Montgomery went missing in 2019 at the age of 5, which Sununu blames on the Massachusetts court that gave her father custody earlier that year.
3 Pennsylvania police officers charged in fatal shooting of 8-year-old exiting high school football game
Three Pennsylvania police officers face charges of voluntary manslaughter in the shooting death of 8-year-old Fanta Bility.
On Tom Wilson’s goal, Capitals reverse overtime curse and top the Jets
Evgeny Kuznetsov set up Tom Wilson to give the Capitals their first overtime win over the season, 4-3 over Winnipeg.
On Tom Wilson’s goal, Capitals reverse overtime curse and top the Jets
Evgeny Kuznetsov set up Tom Wilson to give the Capitals their first overtime win over the season, 4-3 over Winnipeg.
Ron DeSantis Submits His Own Congressional Redistricting Map Unprompted by Legislature
Ryan Newman said in a statement to Wink News that the governor's office had "legal concerns" with current proposals under consideration from the Legislature.
'AT&T Ruins Everything': Adam Conover Blames Merger for Cancellation of His Show
The former host of "Adam Ruins Everything" said "monopoly capitalism" means fewer shows and jobs in the industry.
Andre Leon Talley, Vogue Editor and Fashion Legend, Dies at 73
Roy Rochlin/Getty for Tribeca Film FestivalFashion icon Andre Leon Talley has died at 73.Talley died at a hospital in White Plains, New York, according to TMZ. A cause of death has not been revealed.Often clad in giant, flowing robes, Talley was a towering figure in the heyday of America’s most prominent fashion magazine, Vogue. He headed the news division from 1983 to 1987, then became the glossy publication’s creative director in 1988, and then moved on to the role of editor-at-large.Read more at The Daily Beast.
Knicks lose crusher in Kemba Walker’s return to fall below .500
Another home game only resulted in more disappointment and heartbreak for the Knicks and their fans.
Preparing for Tom Brady on short week? Rams coach not worried
The Rams defeated Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sept. 26 but are left with a short week to prepare for an NFL playoff rematch on Sunday.
US law enforcement officials aim to reassure Jewish community in wake of hostage standoff
Top Biden administration law enforcement officials -- including the FBI director, the attorney general and the Homeland Security secretary -- sought to reassure more than 1,000 members of the Orthodox Jewish community during a teleconference meeting Tuesday that the federal government recognizes the severity of the recent hostage standoff in Texas and is prepared to promote greater security efforts.
Exclusive — 'Massive Implications': SCOTUS Takes Up Case Involving High School Football Coach Fired for Praying on the Field 
SCOTUS will hear oral arguments in a case regarding a high school football coach who was fired for praying on the field after games.
Biden administration to distribute millions of N95 masks from national stockpile
The masks from the federal Strategic National Stockpile will be given out through pharmacies and other community sites in a plan that will be unveiled Wednesday, according to a report. 
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Marathon shootout win brings Islanders back to .500
A 4-3 shootout win over the Flyers pulled the Isles back to 13-13-6 — and 6-1-1 in their last eight.
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Britney Spears blasts sister Jamie Lynn in legal letter: I won’t be ‘bullied’
The letter pointedly slams Jamie Lynn for “airing false or fantastical grievances” on her promotional tour for her memoir, "Things I Should Have Said."
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NYPD cop and suspect both shot in the Bronx
An NYPD cop and a suspect were both shot in the Bronx on Tuesday night, police sources said. They were taken to separate hospitals to treat their injuries. 
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Barclay Goodrow, Dryden Hunt set to make Rangers returns
Rangers forward Barclay Goodrow came off the COVID-19 protocols list, and Dryden Hunt was taken off injured reserve after dealing with an undisclosed upper-body issue.
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The Pandemic Has Made the World Worse for Female Activists, the U.N. Says
United Nations human rights chief Michelle Bachelet says female rights defenders face a “vastly worse” situation now
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No. 8 Madison makes quick work of No. 12 Oakton as quest for third straight state title rolls on
Behind twins Alayna and Grave Arnolie, the Warhawks look dominant within their district.
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School closures have been made with politics in mind — not science
The long-term closing of schools, and the harm it did to children nationwide, was a decision based not on health, but on politics — thanks to teachers unions and the Democratic politicians they fund.
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Endangered Democrats go low and keep playing blame game for Joe Biden
As Biden's approval rating sinks lower, Paul Begala said the Democrats' problem does not lie with their leaders, but with their followers and voting base.
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January 6 committee subpoenas Rudy Giuliani, 3 others over election fraud claims
The January 6 House Select Committee announced Tuesday that it has issued subpoenas for four more individuals in former President Donald Trump’s circle, including former New York City mayor and Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani.
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De Soto man's home burglarized, shot up and burned down
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Bald eagle rehabilitated, released after 3 months
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Meet the Twin Cities Men's Knitting Club
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Family finds wrong woman in loved one's casket
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Mercedes Lain's killer gets 65 year prison sentence
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China's mandatory Olympics app raises privacy and censorship concerns, watchdog group warns
An app that China is using to track attendees at the Beijing Olympics next month has raised concerns from a cybersecurity watchdog about “a simple but devastating flaw” that they say poses privacy concerns.
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The 2020 election wasn't stolen. But Douglas Frank and his bogus equation claiming otherwise are still winning over audiences.
Douglas Frank, an Ohio math teacher, affixed his Texas flag print bow tie, led a booming rendition of the National Anthem and then walked a crowd through an absurd mathematical equation that he claimed proves the 2020 election was stolen.
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Elite Public High School's Attempt at Racial Balancing Had 'Anti-Asian Feel': Board Member
The lawsuit alleges that admission policy changes to Thomas Jefferson High School in Virginia discriminated against the school's Asian-American applicants.
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Small number of Trump-era White House documents set to be turned over to January 6 committee
The National Archives plans to release four pages of Trump-era White House documents to the House on Wednesday, in what appears to be the first time the committee that's investigating the January 6 riot would get records that former President Donald Trump wants to keep secret.
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India’s Congress Party Courts Women in Major State Elections
The party says 40% of its candidates for the crucial Uttar Pradesh state elections will be women
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Even Biden cheerleader Jennifer Rubin says the president 'needs a reset'
One of the president's biggest media cheerleaders is offering a dire warning to the White House ahead of the 2022 midterms.
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Who is Brianna Kupfer, the Los Angeles stabbing victim?
UCLA graduate student Brianna Kupfer was stabbed to death Thursday in what police described as a random daylight attack at the luxury furniture store where she worked in Los Angeles.
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Lawyer Says Alex Murdaugh Can't Afford New Underwear in Jail, Judge Refuses to Lower Bail
The order from Judge Alison Renee Lee says that Murdaugh "remains a flight risk and potential danger to himself and the community."
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Pete Davidson finds Kanye West’s lyrical threats ‘hilarious’
"Pete thinks it's totally hilarious," said an insider, "Not just that — he thinks the whole [tabloid drama with him, West and Kardashian] is hilarious. He loves it."
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Woke ideology is 'cruel,' 'evil,' and won't end well: Victor Davis Hanson
Victor Davis Hanson says woke ideology needs to be redefined as 'cruel' and 'evil' and discusses what is causing a 'systems collapse' on 'Fox News Primetime.'
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