Salvation Army pulls controversial racism guide amid public outcry
The Salvation Army has removed a document from its website called “Let’s Talk About Race” after intense criticism over the racially charged language instructing white people and Christians to “evaluate” racist attitudes and practices.
Opposition parties call out Trudeau over slow restart of Parliament
News/Politics: With the newly re-elected Liberal government more than a month into its third term and Parliament still not up and functioning as normal, the Opposition Conservatives are accusing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of dragging his heels.
Republicans lambaste Schumer over late consideration of NDAA
Senate Republicans are taking aim at Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., for his late consideration of the 2022 National Defense Authorization Act, arguing the top Democrat's slow process imperils troops and national security.
Majority of Americans see China as top threat, concerned about war breaking out: poll
FIRST ON FOX – Most Americans view China, not Russia or any other country, as the top threat currently facing the U.S., with the majorities of those from both parties being worried about the possibility of the two nations going to war, according to a new poll released by the Ronald Reagan Institute.
Court blocks vaccine mandate for federal contractors in 3 states, in latest blow to Biden administration
A federal judge on Tuesday blocked the Covid-19 vaccine requirement for federal contractors in Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee -- the third time in recent weeks that President Joe Biden's federal mandate has been blocked in some capacity in certain parts of the country.
Takeaways from the appeals court hearing in the January 6 Trump documents case
An appeals court hearing Tuesday on former President Donald Trump's claim to keep January 6 documents from his presidency private showed that Trump faces an uphill battle to keep the documents out of the hands of House investigators.
How Canada came around on pandemic travel bans
News/Politics: Countries are acting swiftly to isolate regions where COVID-19 variants of concern have emerged. Many scientists are not convinced that travel bans actually work. Some say bans encourage countries to downplay outbreaks or hide new variants. Others say bans can buy time.
Dem group founded to fight 'disinformation' paid nearly $1M to discredited Steele dossier researchers
A nonprofit heavily backed by liberal donors was set up to combat “disinformation," but new tax documents reveal that the group paid out hundreds of thousands of dollars in 2020 to the researchers who created the discredited Steele dossier.
Administration working with vaccine manufacturers to 'develop contingency plans' amid new variant
The Biden administration is coordinating with Covid-19 vaccine manufacturers to develop contingency plans in the event future coronavirus vaccines need to be modified, including to fight the Omicron variant, the White House's Covid-19 response coordinator said Tuesday.