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    Only two percent of Americans believe President Joe Biden’s economy is “very good,” a CNN poll released Wednesday revealed. By contrast, a total of 77 percent believe Biden’s economy is poor, the highest mark in a decade. Forty-seven percent say the economy remains “somewhat” poor, while another 30 percent said it was “very poor.” The poll also revealed the economy is the number one issue for Americans by 36 points (50 percent). Subsequent issues followed: Ukrainian war (14 percent), immigration (10 percent), global warming (nine percent), racial unrest (five percent), coronavirus (five percent), and education (four percent). The amount of people who praised Biden’s economy as “very good” is at an all-time low for the president. In August, the number of respondents who said Biden’s economy was “very good” was three percent, dropping one percentage point in May. The two percent mark in May is the lowest mark since Barack Obama’s 2014 economy. CNN: "Americans disapprove of President Bidens handling of this [the economy] more than ever before." pic.twitter.com/mz6o0gWksA — The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) May 4, 2022 Biden’s rating on the economy, the most important issue, seems...
    "Fox & Friends Weekend" co-host Pete Hegseth’s new Fox Nation special spotlights what he explains is one of America’s most crucial issues: The Miseducation of America.Hegseth, who also hosts the Modern Warriors and Battle in the Holy Land series on the streaming service, spoke to Fox News Digital about the importance of his latest venture:"I wanted it to be a wake-up call," Hegseth said of ‘Miseducation.’ "I've done a lot of series on Fox Nation, and this is not to say those aren't important. They are - but this, I think, is the most important thing we've put out."In conjunction with the "Miseducation of America," a five-part series set to premiere on Fox Nation Tuesday, Hegseth will moderate a live forum of the same name on Thursday in Richmond, Virginia, where the heart of the education debate lies. A father of seven school-aged children, Hegseth uncovers the secrets of the Left's educational agenda as he seeks to bring awareness to Americans across the country - rediscovering the beauty of how our children can be taught to become virtuous citizens within...
    The White House is reportedly frustrated with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) wavering health guidelines and shifting messaging tactics. The CDC has altered its health guidelines multiple times over the course of the year, and CNN reported the White House is growing disconcerted over the CDC’s disconnect “between an inherently political operation and one driven by public health experts.” Moreover, within the CDC, scientists are reportedly disgruntled, seeing the ever-shifting health guidelines as overly “political” and based on “economic considerations” and not on science. A White House official told CNN the internal deliberations of the CDC are secret and go without feedback from “people who could help address real issues.” “They make insular decisions with the agency — or even within a small group within the agency — and then wait until the last minute to tell everyone it’s coming, so they rush it out without getting reasonable feedback from people who could help address real issues,” the official said. NBCs Guthrie confronts Bidens CDC Director: "Why is the guidance so confusing?" pic.twitter.com/izCM9ITXsO — The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial)...
    President Joe Biden has broken five coronavirus promises throughout his 2021 presidency. 1.) “A Year From Now” Life Will Be Normal “By next Christmas, I think we’ll be in a very different circumstance… A year from now, I think there will be significantly fewer people having to be socially distanced, have to wear masks, etc,” Biden said in February of 2021. Fast forward to December 28, 2021, the omicron variant metastasized and become the dominant strain in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), causing Democrat-controlled cities to implement mask and vaccine mandates. Omicron hysteria! https://t.co/5DlQMXyc22 — Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) December 18, 2021 2.) “I’m Going to Shut Down the Virus” Biden promised at least ten times during the 2020 campaign that he was going “to shut down the virus.” But during Biden’s first 11 months in office, the delta and omicron variants reached American shores and caused more deaths under Biden than under Donald Trump’s presidency, despite vaccine availability. Even the Establishment Media is blasting Joe Biden for his “mission accomplished” moment declaring victory over the Chinese coronavirus. https://t.co/OyeYZ23oNO...
    A race hoaxster, a killer cop, the creepy accomplice of a wealthy pervert, and a teenager hailed as a folk hero by some and a vigilante by others were among 2021's highest-profile defendants. Some cases, such as the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse, challenged the doctrine of self-defense, while others, including the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, held authorities accountable for their actions. Then there was the curious case of Jussie Smollett, a Chicago actor whose tale of being racially profiled and assaulted by two men who tied a noose around his neck and threw an unknown substance at him captivated the nation. Some of the country's most noteworthy trials are currently sitting in the hands of a jury, and their outcomes, which could come any day, are likely to have a profound effect going forward. Here is the Washington Examiner's list of the top five criminal trials of 2021. KYLE RITTENHOUSE Kyle Rittenhouse appears in court for a motion hearing in Kenosha, Wis., on Friday, Sept. 17, 2021. (AP Photo/Kenosha News, Sean...
    MORPHINE, tramadol, co-codamol, Buscopan and prochlorperazine. They are just five of the 34 prescription drugs Gabriella Goode used to take each and every day. 8 Gabriella Goode used to take 34 prescription drugs every day David Cummings 8 Sana Kardar ended up in A&E after an endometriosis flare-up five years ago but when surgery failed to ease her agony the doctor put her on a strong painkiller She says: “I’ve spent years taking every antidepressant available on the NHS, around 25 of them. “I was on so many different types of medication for the complex ­conditions I have.” The 27-year-old nurse, from ­Salisbury, Wilts, is blighted by chronic pain caused by a catalogue of conditions including migraine, depression, lupus, fibromyalgia, ­irritable bowel syndrome and chronic fatigue, but believes many of the medications she was prescribed did more harm than good. She says: “They helped to begin with but my GP told me my body became used to them and they stopped being effective. Not to ­mention the fact that some of them left me feeling like a zombie.”...
    Stars — Theyre Just Like Us! 4 ways to get better returns than CDs Isidore Newman and five-star quarterback Arch Manning lost their second consecutive game, this time at the hands of visiting Berkeley Prep High School out of Florida, 49-24, at home in a nationally televised game on ESPNU. © Matthew Hinton / For The Daily Advertiser Isidore Newman School quarterback Arch Manning (16) runs against St. Charles Catholic at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, La., Thursday, Oct. 14, 2021. Photo by Matthew Hinton Manning wasn't perfect, throwing his second and third interceptions of the season, but still threw for 205 yards and scored two total touchdowns. However, Manning made enough big plays on Friday night that show why he holds the distinction of being the No. 1 recruit in the nation from the 2023 class. Here are the five plays that show why Manning still is the top recruit:  68-yard touchdown run The top highlight of the night from Manning, which was televised on ESPNU, came in the first quarter. On first-and-10 from the Greenies' 22 yard-line and already trailing 14-0, Manning faked...
    Members of the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe and the Navajo Nation march in protest against White Mesa uranium mill in Utah. Members of the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe along with the Navajo Nation are sick and tired of having to live on contaminated land. Saturday, the two nations joined together to protest against the uranium mill they say has poisoned their air and water for decades.  The Canadian-owned White Mesa mill is the only uranium mill operating in the U.S. It’s located one mile from Bears Ears National Monument in San Juan County, Utah, home to Native peoples of the Colorado Plateau. It was built in the 1970s and is owned by Energy Fuels Incorporated. Despite, the mill’s toxic legacy, Vice President of Energy Fuels Curtis Moore claims the mill presents no danger to the local Utah community.  “And I can assure them that, that we're not polluting the groundwater, we're not, you know, we're not polluting the air,” Moore said. “We're very proud of our track record.” The mill employs around 150 people and processes uranium ore for rare earth elements,...
    The Pentagon had previously denied Mullin's request to travel to Afghanistan from Greece last week. Many Americans were outraged when the U.S. military ended its evacuation mission in Afghanistan on Monday while abandoning between a hundred and two hundred Americans in the Taliban-controlled nation. On Tuesday President Joe Biden pledged support for those Americans even as the administration was lambasted by critics for previously saying no Americans would be stranded. "The bottom line, 90% of Americans in Afghanistan who wanted to leave were able to leave. And for those remaining Americans, there is no deadline! We remain committed to get them out if they want to come out!" shouted Biden during his address to the nation. Here's more about the Americans abandoned in Afghanistan: Biden Pledges Support To Americans Still In Afghanistan www.youtube.com
    MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — Emoni Bates has committed to Memphis, adding another five-star recruit to coach Penny Hardaway’s roster. Bates announced his decision Wednesday on Instagram after also considering Michigan State, Oregon and the NBA’s G League. The Michigan native committed to Tom Izzo and the Spartans last year before changing his mind in April. The 6-foot-8 guard has been called a generational talent and is projected as the No. 1 overall pick when he becomes eligible for the NBA draft after he turns 19 in 2023. Bates, who recently reclassified to the class of 2021, joins fellow five-star recruit and former AAU teammate Jalen Duren on a Memphis roster that has added a load of talent for the upcoming season. Hardaway has proven to be an adept recruiter since taking over at his alma mater in 2018, landing some of the nation’s top recruiting classes. The former NBA All-Star signed James Wiseman, the top overall prospect, and fellow five-star player Precious Achiuwa in his first class and has led the Tigers to three straight winning seasons. Bates has a...
    The outlines of America’s increasingly diverse population and the data that will be the foundation of the fight for political power in the nation’s capital were provided by a report the U.S. Census Bureau released Thursday. Here are five takeaways on what the changing demographics mean for the nation.The U.S. saw a decline in the number of white people for the first time in its history The country has been growing more diverse for decades — since ethnic immigration quotas were dropped in the 1960s — but the 2020 population count is the first since the census began in which the number of white people shrank. White people still make up nearly 58% of the population, the largest racial or ethnic group in the country, but their share dropped 8.6% since 2010. Nearly 191.7 million people identify as non-Hispanic white, while 235.4 million report being only white or white as well as another racial group. Politics U.S. population has become more diverse, 2020 census shows as redistricting frenzy begins The U.S. Census Bureau releases more detailed population data...
    Surveillance footage caught the shocking moment five men robbed a victim at a Washington D.C. gas station.  The assault reportedly began shortly after 11 p.m. on July 24, when three men, one of whom is on a bike, surrounded a victim in front of a car parked at the station. The video, released by the Metropolitan Police Department on Monday, showed the victim trying to walk away, when one of the suspects, wearing a gray backpack grabbed him from behind. A conspirator joined the fray and tried to reach into the victim's pants pockets, while the first man, with the backpack, pushed him down.  Scroll down for video Surveillance footage released by the Metropolitan Police Department shows three men approach a victim, seemingly in an argument with him As the victim tried to walk away, one of the suspects could be seen grabbing him from behind Another man then seems to get involved, rummaging through the victim's pockets The first suspect then pulls the man backwards, forcing him onto the ground
    The following is a transcript of an interview with Senator Jon Tester that aired Sunday, June 27, 2021, on "Face the Nation." JOHN DICKERSON: Welcome back to FACE THE NATION, one of the lawmakers who worked on that bipartisan agreement aimed at boosting the nation's infrastructure was Senator Jon Tester, who joins us from Big Sandy, Montana. Good morning, Senator. SEN. JON TESTER (D-MT): Good to be with you, JOHN. JOHN DICKERSON: So before we get into the chopping up of the politics here, can we step back for a second? You were involved in a bipartisan agreement. What does bipartisanship look like in today's politics? SEN. TESTER: Well, it was in this case, five Democrats and five Republicans who sat down and then compromised and gave a little and I think ended up with a package that makes sense for the American public. And it creates infrastructure, creates jobs, supports businesses, and is historic in nature. And we argued, we fought, we debated. And in the end, we all agreed, all 10 of us agreed on every provision...
    Washington — Republican Senator Susan Collins of Maine advocated Sunday for a "targeted, responsible" infrastructure package with bipartisan backing as a group of senators attempts to broker a deal with the White House to rebuild the nation's roads, bridges and waterways. "We have five Republicans and five Democrats who got together to hammer out the framework for a targeted, responsible infrastructure package," Collins said in an interview on "Face the Nation."  Transcript: Senator Susan Collins on "Face the Nation" Discussions on an infrastructure bill between the White House and a group of Republican senators led by Senator Shelley Moore Capito broke down last week after the two sides failed to reach consensus on the scope of a plan and how to pay for it. But on Thursday, a group of senators composed of five Republicans and five Democrats that launched their own negotiations, of which Collins is a part, announced they reached a deal. The plan includes $579 billion in new spending over five years, a significant increase from the offer by the GOP senators, and is focused specifically...
    DENVER (CBS4)– One of the nation’s largest Juneteenth celebrations is back in person this year. June 18 marks Denver’s 10th annual Juneteenth Music Festival. Juneteenth returns to the streets in the historic Five Points neighborhood. Denver has made Juneteenth an official city holiday and this is one of the largest celebrations of the end of slavery in our nation in 1865. The holiday started in Texas and has expanded to many states. (credit: CBS) The event will still be livestreamed for those who are not comfortable around crowds. Organizers are also promising plenty of music. facebook.com/JuneteenthMusicFestival/
    Jean Fletes, 13, receives a Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine from Delores Fye, a licensed practical nurse, at the UHealth's pediatric mobile clinic on May 17, 2021 in Miami, Florida.Joe Raedle | Getty Images The U.S. has reported fewer than 30,000 cases for five straight days, data compiled by Johns Hopkins University shows, bringing the seven-day average of daily new infections to about 30,300. It's the first time daily case counts have held below the 30,000 mark for five consecutive days since mid-June. Roughly 1.8 million vaccinations have been reported on average each day over the past week, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data, and 48% of the population has received at least one vaccine dose. U.S. Covid casesHopkins data shows that nationwide case counts have been on a mostly downward trend since the latest high point about a month ago in mid-April, when the country was seeing more than 71,000 cases per day. The latest seven-day average of daily new infections is 30,300. Zoom In IconArrows pointing outwards Dr. Anthony Fauci, chief medical advisor to the White House,...
    DENVER (CBS4)– RTD celebrated five years of the “Train to the Plane” on Tuesday. This week marks the 5th anniversary of the A Line, which takes riders from Union Station to Denver International Airport. (credit: CBS) The coronavirus pandemic was a difficult year for many, including RTD. Despite a drop in ridership, RTD managed to outperform other commuter rails in the nation. (credit: CBS) “We have been able to retain 45% of pre-COVID ridership, that was the best in the nation for commuter rail,” said RTD General Manager Debra Johnson. In the last five years, the train has carried more than 30 million customers.
    Colleges and universities in Maryland and Virginia rank among the best values for students in the nation. The rankings come from financial technology company SmartAsset. SmartAsset looked at five factors to determine the best value colleges and universities including tuition, student living costs, scholarship and grant offerings, student retention rate and starting salary for new graduates. University of Maryland, College Park, is listed as the best value for higher-education in Maryland and number 41 nationally based on a $10,000 average for scholarships, a $62,900 average for starting salaries for new graduates and a 95% retention rate. The University of Virginia in Charlottesville takes the top spot in Virginia and ranks 12th nationally. This is based on a $46,952 average for scholarships, an $88,300 starting salary for new grads and a 99% retention rate. Rounding out the top five in Maryland are Johns Hopkins, UMBC, Towson and Frostburg. See the rest of the Maryland rankings on the SmartAsset website. In Virginia finishing the top five are the Virginia Military Institute, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Washington and Lee University and...
    The US is the second-most surveilled country in the world after China, with one camera for every five people in major cities. A new report found that bigger US cities had an average of over 112,000 CCTV cameras, or about 2,200 for every 10,000 people. That was still dwarfed by China, which had 15,880,491 CCTV cameras in places like Shanghai, equal to a camera for every man, woman and child. Other Big Brother nations included the UK, Singapore, Australia, Germany, Poland, Brazil, Hong Kong and India. Researchers also looked at how often countries requested their citizens personal data from Google, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft and Twitter. China took the top spot here — mainly because it blocks most sites — but Malta was a surprise second, with 33 data requests per 10,000 people, followed by Singapore, the US, Luxembourg and Germany. Scroll down for video A new report from WebsiteToolTester examined the number of CCTV cameras in a country compared to the population of its biggest cities. The study also examined how many data requests individual governments made  on their...
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