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    The Biden administration said Tuesday it is expanding a program that will allow Central American minors to come to the United States legally, possibly making tens of thousands of young people newly eligible to enter the country, according to the Wall Street Journal.  "It could be a substantial increase, and we hope it will be," a senior administration official told...
    There’s an epidemic of post-pandemic visitors at national parks. Lockdown-weary Americans are flocking to the nation’s most beautiful natural environments en masse — to the degree that it’s causing an overcrowding problem at the parks and in nearby towns.  The wait times were not a one-off, but part of a recent trend: About 194,000 people visited Arches in...
    In this article EXPR URBN PASADENA, CA - MAY 22: Exterior view of Urban Outfitters signage is seen on May 22, 2021 in Pasadena, California. (Photo by RBL/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images)RBL/Bauer-Griffin | GC Images | Getty ImagesRetailers including Express, Urban Outfitters and J. Crew are changing their business strategy by offering products from third-party sellers on their websites in an attempt...
    California offers $100 million to rescue its struggling legal marijuana industry Lawmakers hold moment of silence for lives lost to Covid-19 Bob Baffert is fighting back. Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit tests positive for anti-inflammatory drug Louisville Courier-Journal See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Patrick Baker maintains innocence, calls Bevins decision...
    More On: eyes Blind man’s vision partially restored after algae gene therapy: study Woman glues eye shut after mistaking nail glue for eye drops Researchers identify 50 additional genes for eye color Nearsightedness spikes among kids as remote learning increases screen time The pandemic increased Americans’ screen time — and deteriorated their eyesight.  Doctors are reporting a disturbing trend...
    More On: shootings Native NYer ID’d as first fatality after 13 wounded in Austin mass shooting Teen busted in suspected Bronx road-rage killing has at least two priors Arrest made in fatal shooting outside Dream Hotel in NYC At least seven shot – one fatally – overnight in NYC, cops say A woman was gunned down inside a Georgia...
    The Stripe logo on a smartphone with U.S. dollar banknotes in the background.Budrul Chukrut | SOPA Images | LightRocket via Getty Images Major investment firms are upping their stakes in digital payments firm Stripe ahead of an eventual public listing, the Wall Street Journal reported Monday. Capital Group, Sequoia Capital, Shopify and Silver Lake all bought shares from existing stakeholders, including...
    An American father and son duo pleaded guilty Monday to helping Nissan’s former CEO escape Japan in a box on a private jet, according to The Wall Street Journal. Michael Taylor and son Peter Taylor, along with a third accomplice, George Zayek, organized Carlos Ghosn‘s escape in late 2019. Ghosn was living in Tokyo and had been charged for financial misconduct....
                      by Eric Lendrum  A recent article in an academic medical journal made the absurd declaration that being White is a “malignant” and “parasitic-like condition,” with no “permanent cure,” as reported by Fox News. The racist and pseudo-scientific claim was made in the Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association (JAPA). The...
    The union representing journalists at Dow Jones & Co. publications on Friday condemned an updated policy change from the company that would give it greater authority over books and other external projects by Wall Street Journal employees.  The union, IAPE 1096, said in a statement on its website Friday that Dow Jones had unveiled a new policy “for WSJ news...
    States Sending Millions of COVID Vaccine Doses Back to Federal Government As Demand Drops Tunisian navy rescues 54 migrants heading to Europe FRANKFORT, Ky. — Franklin County Circuit Court Judge Thomas Wingate has given attorneys for Medina Spirit's connections and the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission until Wednesday to resolve their differences regarding additional testing of the Kentucky Derby winner's urine...
    Chris Rock says hes fired people on his sets who couldnt listen to a woman Momentum in the stock market is building toward a breakout Attorneys for trainer Bob Baffert and owner Amr Zedan will seek an injunction Friday morning in Franklin Circuit Court in an effort to establish that the betamethasone detected in Medina Spirit’s blood samples was...
    Federal officials suspended new shipments of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine doses in a bid to relieve states’ pileup of expiring doses, according to a report. The Wall Street Journal reported the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) ceased availability to states, though deliveries are expected to resume. The Journal cited health officials from several states, like Oklahoma and...
    Klaus Vedfelt/Getty Images The Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association is raising eyebrows among readers for publishing an article that claimed “whiteness” is a “parasitic-like condition.” “Whiteness is a condition one first acquires and then one has — a malignant, parasitic-like condition to which ‘white’ people have a particular susceptibility,” said the article, was authored by Dr. Donald Moss. “The...
    A research article published last month in the Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association describes “whiteness” as a “malignant, parasitic-like condition” that makes the host person “voracious, insatiable, and perverse,” warning that there is “not yet a permanent cure.” “On Having Whiteness,” the apparently peer-reviewed article written by Dr. Donald Moss, a white male and a current faculty member of both the...
    The Wall Street Journal editorial board argued President Biden's energy policy to lead the U.S. in a retreat from fossil fuels would ultimately be a gift to adversaries Russia and China.  In a Wednesday editorial, the board blasted Biden's decision to suspend oil leases in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR), and wrote that countries like Russia, China and Iran...
    A Lamborghini driver accused of hitting and killing a man on a moped in Las Vegas last weekend was reportedly going 141 mph in a 45 zone before the crash, car data showed, according to the arrest report.  ‘I killed someone," an officer at the scene quoted Andrew James Rodriguez, 33, of Texas, as saying after he allegedly hit local resident...
    "Whiteness" is "a malignant, parasitic-like condition," for which "there is not yet a permanent cure," a recently published research article claims. The article, titled "On Having Whiteness," appears in The Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. It was authored by Dr. Donald Moss, a White man who serves on the faculties of both the New York Psychoanalytic Institute and the...
    A white psychoanalyst has published a paper in a respected academic journal branding whiteness 'a malignant, parasitic like condition' that is 'incurable' and triggers 'perverse appetites,' it has been revealed. Dr. Donald Moss published the article titled On Having Whiteness last month in the Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, the abstract of which is available online. Dr. Moss, who teaches psychoanalysis...
    The Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association (JAPA) published a paper Wednesday, which described “whiteness” as a mental condition. In the paper titled “On Having Whiteness,” Dr. Donald Moss, a graduate of the University of Michigan’s medical school and a psychiatrist with 50 years in the field, defined whiteness as a “malignant, parasitic-like” condition that does not have a permanent...
    A man who attempted to lure a 24-year-old woman into his lifestyle of group sex and then dismembered her when she “freaked out” was sentenced to death Wednesday, numerous sources reported. Aubrey Trail, 54, was convicted in 2019 of first-degree murder and criminal conspiracy to commit murder in the death of 24-year-old Sydney Loofe, a Nebraska hardware store clerk, the...
    Luggage might not be the only items being placed on scales at airports in the near future as regulators are asking airlines to more accurately estimate how heavy their passengers are.  As part of new safety regulations, the Federal Aviation Administration is requiring airlines come up with new, more in-depth methods of determining passenger and carry-on baggage weight. Depending on...
    The Wall Street Journal editorial board argued the leaker of IRS data containing tax return information on many of America's wealthiest individuals wants to "serve the left's agenda" on tax legislation.  In a Tuesday editorial, the board wrote the leaker to ProPublica sought to influence the debate over taxes in Congress, and to coincide with the left wing of the...
    A former teacher in North Carolina was sentenced to prison Tuesday after pleading guilty to trying to get two teenage students to have sex with him, the Winston-Salem Journal reported. Tyrus Khalil Cromartie, 27, was sentenced to 10 to 12 months in prison, and a suspended sentence of 10 to 12 months, according to the Winston-Salem Journal. He pleaded guilty...
    A woman is accused of murdering and stealing $130,000 from a family friend, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported. Jessy R. Kurczewski, 37, is accused of fatally poisoning a woman with eye drops, making it look as if the woman overdosed and then stealing the money all the while the victim was under her care, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel....
    Olympic Committee officials are moving forward with plans for the Tokyo games despite concerns from Japan’s government and citizens, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) told the Wall Street Journal that “it has become clearer than ever that these Games will be safe for everyone participating and the Japanese people.” But many Japanese citizens, leaders and medical...
    The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is threatening to sue Texas over a declaration from the governor that called for discontinuing state licenses of child care facilities that house migrant children. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) last week directed the state Health and Human Services Commission to “take all necessary steps” to terminate child-welfare shelters under contract with...
    Wall Street Journal editor at large Gerard Baker wrote the media about-face on the COVID-19 lab leak theory has shone a spotlight on the "layers of rottenness" in U.S. institutions that may be just as "damning" as China's corruption in the pandemic. "China’s officials may well be culpable of a combination of incompetence, recklessness and deceit," Baker wrote Monday in...
    North Hunterdon High School graduate, college student and beloved friend Kathryn Rose Berger left a heartbreakingly touching message in her journal that was shared after her death from brain cancer on June 1 at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia at the age of 20. Born in New Brunswick, Kathryn grew up in Bethlehem Township and participated in theater and choir...
    North Hunterdon High School graduate, college student and beloved friend Kathryn Rose Berger left a heartbreakingly touching message in her journal that was shared after her death on June 1 at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia at the age of 20. Born in New Brunswick, Kathryn grew up in Bethlehem Township and participated in theater and choir groups at school,...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- In a shakeup at the nation's largest transit agency, Sarah Feinberg will be nominated to replace Pat Foye as head of the MTA, the Wall Street Journal reports.Janno Lieber will be appointed as the agency's chief executive.This breaking story will be updated.----------* Get Eyewitness News Delivered * More New York City news* Send us a...
    (CNN)Federal prosecutors have subpoenaed material related to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's book about leadership during the Covid-19 pandemic, people familiar with the matter told The Wall Street Journal. As part of a broader probe into Covid-19 deaths in New York nursing homes, officials in the US Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of New York requested contracts and preparations...
    New York state officials who edited early versions of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomos book on his COVID-19 response have been subpoenaed in the investigation into the alleged cover-up long-term-care facility death counts, according to The Wall Street Journal. Among the materials sought by the U.S. Attorneys Office for the Eastern District of New York in Brooklyn are contracts and...
    Federal prosecutors subpoenaed materials related to the production of Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s book “American Crisis” last month, according to a Monday report from the Wall Street Journal. Prosecutors assigned to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York subpoenaed emails and pitch materials related to Cuomo’s book as part of their ongoing probe into...
    A top-secret report from a "respected national laboratory" dated May 25, 2020 during the Trump administration declared a potential COVID-19 lab leak from the Wuhan Institute of Virology plausible and in need of more investigation. The contents of the classified document prepared by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) in California were the basis for the State Department investigation begun under...
    The editor of respected medical journal The Lancet has refused to reveal if he still supports a controversial letter debunking claims that COVID-19 started in a Chinese laboratory. The letter was published in The Lancet last February and was signed by 27 eminent public health experts who described speculation about the origins of the virus from a Wuhan laboratory as...
    The family of an 8-year-old girl who was fatally shot in Atlanta in July 2020 are suing the city, its mayor, and other officials over allegations that they were “negligent,” the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Monday. The family of Secoriea Turner filed the complaint in Fulton County State Court and named the city, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, Atlanta Police Chief Rodney...
    Graduating seniors of the class of 2020 wait to go up on stage while maintaining social distance in Jefferson Township, PA. Ben Hasty/MediaNews Group/Reading Eagle via Getty Images High school graduation rates are expected to fall at US public schools this year, the Wall Street Journal reported.  While this year's data is not yet available, early projections point...
    150 days after Capitol attack, more than 465 arrested: DOJ Nevada Guv Bans Racist ‘Sundown Sirens’ © CBS Photo Archive/Getty Images Judge Judy opened up about her departure from CBS in an interview with The Wall Street Journal. CBS Photo Archive/Getty Images Judge Judy Sheindlin detailed her relationship with CBS to The Wall Street Journal. Sheindlin said CBS...
    Judge Judy opened up about her departure from CBS in an interview with The Wall Street Journal. CBS Photo Archive/Getty Images Judge Judy Sheindlin detailed her relationship with CBS to The Wall Street Journal. Sheindlin said CBS "disrespected" her show "Hot Bench" after it launched "The Drew Barrymore Show."  In March 2020, it was announced the "Judge Judy"...
    A worker at Medline Industries gathers exam gloves to include into Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) kits to be shipped out to various health facilities at their warehouse in Mundelein, Illinois, U.S., on Monday, Oct. 20, 2014. Photographer: Tim Boyle/Bloomberg via Getty ImagesBloomberg | Bloomberg | Getty Images A group of private equity firms including Blackstone Group is nearing a deal...
    JERSEY CITY, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — A little bit of Paris will eventually be in Jersey City. The transformation of the Pathside Building in Journal Square aims to make the area a tourist destination and a hot spot for art by creating the Pompidou Jersey City. READ MORE: West Village Residents Fed Up With Proliferation Of Trash, Graffiti And Homeless: It...
    The Wall Street Journal editorial board wrote Thursday it was "reasonable to ask" why Dr. Anthony Fauci was slow to accept the lab-leak theory concerning the origins of the coronavirus. The board described the infectious disease expert's correspondence on the origins of the virus and gain-of-function research, derived from the release of his emails to the public on Tuesday, as...
    A Chinese woman wears a protective mask as she crosses a nearly empty intersection on Feb. 13, 2020 in Beijing, China. In the past week, there’s been a major increase in stories attributing the first human infections by the SARS-CoV-2 virus to an accidental release from the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) in Wuhan, China. The big boost for this...
    The doctor who warned the world repeatedly that a pandemic was coming orchestrated a behind-the-scenes ‘bullying’ campaign to ensure blame for Covid-19 was directed well away from a Chinese lab with which he had worked closely. Dr. Peter Daszak persuaded more than two dozen other scientists to sign off on a letter he had written to a highly respected medical...
    A VETERAN'S mic was cut off on Monday when he began to discuss the role freed slaves played in honoring Union soldiers in the origins of Memorial Day. Retired Army Lt Col Barnard Kemter, 77, said that he initially believed it was an audio malfunction when the crowd said they couldn’t hear him minutes into the speech at Markillie Cemetery...
    (CNN)Judy Sheindlin has reportedly been the most popular and best compensated, television judges for decades with her "Judge Judy" syndicated show.Now that it's ending, she's got a few things to say about her relationship with CBS, which distributed the program."We had a nice marriage," Sheindlin recently told the Wall Street Journal. "It's going to be a Bill and Melinda Gates...
    CATONSVILLE, Md. (WJZ) – Cicadas long have fascinated Marylanders for hundreds of years. In fact, one of the earliest known studies of the insects happened right here in Catonsville back in the 18th century. READ MORE: Some Marylanders Are Seeing A Cicada Tsunami, While Others Haven’t Seen Any, Expert Explains Why “Benjamin Banneker started studying the cicada, which a lot...
    Real Housewives from Different Franchises Hanging Out IRL Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Cl B stock rises Wednesday, still underperforms market Churchill Downs announced Wednesday the suspension of Bob Baffert for two years effective immediately through the conclusion of the 2023 Spring Meet at Churchill Downs Racetrack. Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit tests positive for anti-inflammatory drug Louisville Courier-Journal See more...