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Vaccine stocks nosedive after Biden administration makes global vow

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The stock prices of several coronavirus vaccine developers took sharp downturns on Wednesday, after the Biden administration announced it supports stripping away vaccine patent protections so the formulas can be shared with the world to produce generics.What are the details?U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai announced in the afternoon that the administration supports waiving intellectual property protections for COVID-19 vaccines.Tai...

Activists claim gay black teen found hanging from a tree was lynched, and they’re accusing police of a cover up

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Activists are claiming that a gay black teen found hanging from a tree was the victim of a racist lynching, but local law enforcement authorities say they don't suspect any foul play in the incident. 16-year-old Mikayla Miller was found dead on April 18 in a wooded area of Hopkinton in Massachusetts, a town west of Boston that is predominantly...

Florida Republicans urge FCC to reject Democrats’ attempts to silence Hispanic conservatives

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Florida's two United States senators and the U.S. House congressman representing much of Miami-Dade County are urging the Federal Communications Commission to resist pressure from Democrats to block the sale of a local Spanish-language radio station to a conservative ownership group. Sens. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) and Rick Scott (R-Fla.) along with Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart (R-Fla.) on Wednesday published...

Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy blasts ‘spineless’ magazine for apologizing to readers after backlash over cover story on him

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Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy reportedly issued a scathing rebuke to N Magazine -- a publication focused on the exclusive island of Nantucket, Massachusetts -- for apologizing to its readers after backlash over its May cover story on him.According to Page Six, Portnoy called the magazine "spineless" for its mea culpa and added that "everybody who doesn't like me...

Florida woman charged with felony after allegedly tossing racist slurs and a Whopper at Burger King workers

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A Florida woman has been charged with a felony after she allegedly tossed racial slurs and a Whopper burger at employees at a Burger King over a disagreement about the thickness of the tomato in her hamburger. The startling incident unfolded at the Burger King in Sumter County, Florida. Police say that a woman approached the fast food employees complaining that...

Johns Hopkins professor tells Americans not to buy the ‘fearmongering’ that the media and experts are selling as the COVID-19 threat wanes

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Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and Bloomberg School of Public Health professor Dr. Marty Makary has shown he's not afraid to call out the nation's government health experts and media when he feels they are being overly cautious when it comes to the handling of COVID-19 -- from the lifting of restrictions for the vaccinated to the forced isolation...

Top Democrat grilled for spending $29K on travel last year after urging constituents to ‘stay home’ and ‘stop spreading this virus’

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A top Democratic lawmaker's unusual spending habits -- which included tens of thousands in travel expenses last year despite shutting down in-person campaign operations and urging constituents to stay home amid the pandemic -- have prompted ethics concerns, the Washington Free Beacon reported Monday.What are the details?Democratic New York Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, who leads the Democratic Congressional Campaign...

EXCLUSIVE: Donald Trump Jr.’s Thoughts on Facebook’s permanent ban

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An independent oversight board ruled on Wednesday that Facebook was justified in suspending then President Donald Trump, but must better explainwhy he should be permanently banned from the platform.Donald Trump Jrr joined Steven Crowder to discuss Facebook's decision to ban his father and former President Donald Trump.During the interview, Crowder asked if Don Jr. was considering a run for...

Former NFL player says bringing God into schools is the only way to solve racism, economic division

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Former NFL player Jack Brewer says that God needs to get back in the classroom in order to solve racial and economic divisions in the United States. What are the details? In an interview with the Daily Wire, Brewer -- an outspoken conservative and founder of the Jack Brewer Foundation -- said that educating children early will help prevent...

VIDEO: Unhinged man delivers flurry of unprovoked punches on Asian father — whose 1-year-old child sits in stroller just feet away

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Surveillance video caught the moment an Asian man was punched, fell to the sidewalk, and then was hit with a flurry of about a dozen punches to the head and back, KPIX-TV reported. And it all went down as the victim's 1-year-old child sat in a stroller just feet away in front of Gus's Community Market in San Francisco on...