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Benches Clear After Yankees Third Baseman Accused Of Making ‘Racist Comment’ Against Chicago White Sox Shortstop

On Saturday at Yankee Stadium in New York City, Chicago White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson accused New York Yankees third baseman Josh Donaldson of issuing a racially charged remark toward the black professional baseball player, but Donaldson insisted his comment was not meant to be derogatory and apologized after the game. During the third inning, ...

Sources Say New York City Mayor Considering 2024 Presidential Run: Report

New York City Mayor Eric Adams has only been in office since January 1, 2022, but a new report indicates that the mayor of the Big Apple may already be considering a higher office in 2024. On Saturday, the New York Post reported that sources close to Adams have claimed that the mayor is seriously ...

Homeless Shelter Built By ‘Extreme Makeover: Home Edition’ Shuts Down After Vagrants Take Advantage Of Charity: Report

An Albuquerque, New Mexico, homeless shelter that was built by the team from ABC’s “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” shuttered its doors after those who ran it were taken advantage of by the very individuals they intended to help, but as homelessness rises in The Duke City, a local media outlet recently shone a spotlight on ...

Biden Says U.S. Offered North Korea COVID-19 Vaccines, But They Haven’t Responded

On Saturday, President Joe Biden confirmed reports that the United States has offered North Korea COVID-19 aid, but added that the hermit kingdom had not responded to U.S. efforts on the matter. Bloomberg reporter Jennifer Jacobs tweeted on Satuday that Biden told members of the press in South Korea that America had offered COVID-19 vaccines ...

Early Georgia Primary Voting Sets Record Highs After Voter ID Law Signed, Despite Leftists Warning About ‘New Jim Crow’

It would appear that leftist warnings about “The New Jim Crow” starting in Georgia after the state passed an election integrity law in 2021 were unfounded, as early voting turnout for the Peach State’s 2022 primaries is smashing records. Proponents of the law say that data is evidence that strengthening election security provides citizens with ...

U.S. Buys $119 Million Worth Of Monkeypox Vaccines After First Case Diagnosed In Massachusetts

The United States government has ordered 13 million monkeypox vaccines from a European pharmaceutical company after a Massachusetts man became the first American diagnosed with the virus in the pox family in 2022. On Thursday, Newsweek reported that the U.S. government bought $119 million of Jynneos vaccines from biotechnology company Bavarian Nordic, which makes the ...

Even Obama’s Former Economic Adviser Recognizes ‘Corporate Greed’ Isn’t To Blame For High Inflation

Democratic leaders have recently blamed record-high rates of inflation and energy prices on so-called corporate greed, but even President Barack Obama’s former top economic adviser says that there is little to no evidence that corporations deserve the blame for the current economic woes. On Thursday, Bloomberg reported: “Many Democrats blame price-gouging companies for the worst ...

‘Three-Time Super Bowl-Losing Quarterback Tom Brady’ Will Be Roasted In New Netflix Special

Seven-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady will be starring in a new Netflix special as the subject of a comedy roast in 2023. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback will also serve as executive producer on the series, which will also feature other NFL  figures. On Tuesday, Netflix announced that it will release a series of ...

Biden’s Disinformation ‘Chief’ Resigns After Homeland Security Puts Board On Hold

On Wednesday, The Washington Post reported that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) was pausing its Disinformation Governance Board that supposedly intended to monitor issues online relating to “national security.” Shortly after, President Joe Biden’s pick to lead the body, dubbed the “Ministry of Truth” by critics, announced her resignation. Wall Street Journal reporter Dustin ...

Former Minneapolis Police Officer Pleads Guilty To Manslaughter In George Floyd Killing

A former Minneapolis police officer on Wednesday pleaded guilty to a state charge of aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter for his role in the May 2020 killing of George Floyd, whose death sparked nationwide protests against alleged racially biased policing. The Associated Press reported, “As part of the plea deal, Thomas Lane will have a ...