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Ingraham: Biden alliance with teachers’ unions should alarm women wary of Trump

October 20th, 2020
Ingraham: Biden alliance with teachers’ unions should alarm women wary of Trump

President Trump could make gains among women by pointing out Joe Biden’s support of teachers’ unions who have pushed to keep schools closed to in-person instruction amid the coronavirus pandemic, Laura Ingraham suggested Tuesday.”The Ingraham Angle” host cited a recent New York Times poll that showed Trump leading Biden among likely male voters by six percentage points, but trailing by 23 percentage points among women.”If that poll is anywhere near accurate, the president would have a hard time closing that gap with women but he could narrow it,” said Ingraham,... Read More

NYC banquet hall cited for huge party that violated coronavirus restrictions

October 18th, 2020
NYC banquet hall cited for huge party that violated coronavirus restrictions

New York City sheriff’s deputies shut down a catering hall they said was hosting an illegal party for more than 200 people who were not wearing coronarvirus masks or keeping six-feet apart.The COVID-19 enforcement action took place at the Queens Luxe Banquet Hall near Kennedy Airport at 1:35 a.m. Saturday, according to reports.“Patrons were not social distancing, not wearing proper face coverings, and not adhering to the Mayoral and Gubernatorial COVID-19 Emergency Executive orders,” the NYC Sheriff’s Department said, according to the New York Post. The Queens Luxe catering hall in New... Read More

Twitter removes top White House coronavirus adviser tweet claiming masks don’t work

October 18th, 2020
Twitter removes top White House coronavirus adviser tweet claiming masks don’t work

Twitter removed a tweet from top White House coronavirus adviser Dr. Scott Atlas for questioning the effectiveness of masks in combatting COVID-19.Atlas’ tweet read “Masks work? NO” and preceded several others that questioned the use of face coverings in preventing the spread of the coronavirus. Atlas also used examples of areas where he had said ‘cases exploded even with mandates’ including  Los Angeles, Miami, Hawaii, Alabama, France, Philippines, United Kingdom, Spain and Israel. In a statement to the Hill, Twitter said the doctor’s tweet “was in violation... Read More

Alabama’s Nick Saban says he’s asymptomatic days after positive coronavirus test

October 17th, 2020
Alabama’s Nick Saban says he’s asymptomatic days after positive coronavirus test

Alabama football coach Nick Saban said Saturday he was feeling fine and never had any symptoms after testing positive for coronavirus earlier in the week.Saban said in an interview on ESPN’s “College Gameday” that the only time he tested positive for the virus was on Wednesday. ESPN reported that he had a second negative test on Friday and if he produces a third consecutive positive test on Saturday he would be eligible to coach vs. Georgia on Saturday night. COLLEGE FOOTBALL: WEEK 7 GAMES TO WATCHAlabama’s head athletic trainer Jeff Allen said the PCR test Thursday was conducted by the... Read More

Marching bands playing to a different beat amid the coronavirus pandemic

October 16th, 2020
Marching bands playing to a different beat amid the coronavirus pandemic

The coronavirus has silenced dozens of marching bands across the country. However, the high school marching bands that are still playing have been working to adjust to a new normal. High school seniors are feeling the impact more than ever as they prepare for college. In Georgia, Norcross High School senior and drum major Bailey Lesko said she feels lucky to still play her instrument during the pandemic. “I would have cried a ton if we hadn’t got to do marching band this year,” Lesko said. Marching band drum major Bailey Lesko leading practice at Norcross High School. (Source/ Fox News)... Read More

Consumer survey shows which travel destinations people want to visit in 2021

October 15th, 2020
Consumer survey shows which travel destinations people want to visit in 2021

With the coronavirus pandemic hindering travel in 2020, consumers are holding out hope for next year.In fact, 70% of U.S. and Canadian travelers say they plan to take a vacation in 2021, according to a new survey from the Travel Leaders Group and World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) – two global private sector advisory firms that focus on travel and tourism industries.71 PERCENT OF AMERICANS HOPE TO VISIT FAMILY FOLLOWING CORONAVIRUS LOCKDOWNS, STUDY CLAIMSOf those who said they’d like to have a vacation next year, 45% have already arranged plans while 54% are at least thinking about... Read More

Live coverage: President Trump’s coronavirus recovery

October 8th, 2020
Live coverage: President Trump’s coronavirus recovery

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Trump campaign hosts ‘Call to Prayer’ for President Trump and first lady amid their coronavirus diagnoses

October 4th, 2020
Trump campaign hosts ‘Call to Prayer’ for President Trump and first lady amid their coronavirus diagnoses

President Trump’s campaign team held a virtual “call to prayer” for President Donald Trump on Sunday as the president and First Lady Melania Trump are being treated for COVID-19. The event, which was hosted by Lara Trump, the president’s daughter-in-law, began at 5 p.m. It included guest appearances from Pastor Paula White-Cain, Cissie Graham, Lynch, Pastor Jentezen Franklin, Pastor Ramiro Pena, and Bishop Harry Jackson. Lara Trump thanked everyone in the U.S. and around the world who has reached out to express their support for the president and his family.PRESIDENT TRUMP COULD RETURN... Read More

UFC legend Tito Ortiz espouses wild coronavirus theory: ‘It’s all a political scam’

October 3rd, 2020
UFC legend Tito Ortiz espouses wild coronavirus theory: ‘It’s all a political scam’

UFC legend Tito Ortiz expressed his wild belief about the coronavirus in a podcast interview published Thursday.Oritz, who presumably made his comments before President Trump was admitted into Walter Reed National Military Medical Center as he battled the coronavirus, said on the “I Only Touch Greatness” podcast that he believed there was a conspiracy at play regarding the deadly and highly contagious virus.UFC’S JUSTIN GAETHJE BLASTS COLBY COVINGTON: ‘HE IS A COWARD – HE’S A FAKE PERSON’“It’s all a political scam,” the 45-year-old said. “I just shake... Read More

Utah State football coach Gary Andersen clarifies ‘if you opt out, you’re not with us’ remark

October 3rd, 2020
Utah State football coach Gary Andersen clarifies ‘if you opt out, you’re not with us’ remark

Utah State football coach Gary Andersen attempted to clarify his comments on players deciding to opt out of the 2020 season over coronavirus concerns.Andersen had taken heat last week for telling reporters in a conference call last week: “At least in our program, we don’t have an opt-out. And it’s not an option. If you opt out, you’re not with us.”ZACH WILSON HELPS NO. 22 BYU ROUT LOUISIANA TECH 45-14Andersen made the comments as the Mountain West Conference was getting ready to play football after delaying the season because of COVID-19, according to The Salt Lake Tribune.On Friday,... Read More