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  • Parler Sues Amazon Again, Alleging Effort to 'Destroy' App Parler, a social media app popular among conservatives, filed a new lawsuit accusing Amazon.com Inc of trying to destroy its business following the Jan. 6 storming of the U.S. Capitol by supporters of former President Donald Trump.The lawsuit seeking a variety of damages,...
  • Some New York Theaters Allowed to Reopen in April With NBA games back in Madison Square Garden and certain movie theaters reopening at the end of the week, New York could soon celebrate the resumption of the performing arts -- the governor announced Wednesday that theaters could reopen at limited capacity from April...
  • Tennessee Legislature Advancing Bill to End Handgun Permits A bill to allow people to carry guns without permits is moving through both chambers of Tennessee's state government.The legislation would allow people 21 and older, as well as military members age 18 to 20, to carry both open and concealed handguns...
  • Texas Schools, Stores Divided on Masks as Mandate Ends Now that Texas' mask mandate is ending, florist Lucy Alanis is reconsidering a rare treat she allowed herself in Dallas during the coronavirus pandemic: the occasional meal at a restaurant."I guess I'm a little scared," said Alanis, 27. The impact of Republican Gov. Greg...
  • Disney to Shut 60 North American Stores, 20 Percent of Global Total alt Disney Co. plans to close more than 60 of its North American Disney stores, eliminating roughly 20% of its global footprint, as it focuses more on e-commerce. The company has about 300 Disney stores now, a number that has shrunk dramatically over the years as the world's...
  • US Infrastructure Gets C- From Engineers as Roads Stagnate America's infrastructure has scored near-failing grades for its deteriorating roads, public transit and storm water systems due to years of inaction from the federal government, the American Society of Civil Engineers reports. Its overall grade: a mediocre C-.In its...
  • House Scraps Thursday Session on Warnings of Capitol Attack Plot: Washington Post  The House of Representatives canceled a session scheduled for Thursday following law enforcement warnings of intelligence pointing to a possible plot by a militia group to breach the U.S. Capitol, the Washington Post reported on Wednesday. This is a developing story....
  • US Warns of Military Response to Rocket Attack on Iraq Base The White House warned that the U.S. may consider a military response to the rocket attack on Wednesday that hit an air base in western Iraq where American and coalition troops are housed, raising concerns this could trigger a new round of escalating violence.A U.S....
  • Fauci: Life Won't Be Completely Normal by Next March Dr. Anthony Fauci warned that President Joe Biden's prediction that life will mostly be back to normal by March next year is too optimistic...
  • Facebook Ending Ban on Political Ads Facebook will lift its temporary ban on political advertising in the United States on Thursday, the company said in a blog post on Wednesday. The social media giant has had a months-long freeze on political, electoral and social ads, which it introduced as part of an effort...
  • Matt Gaetz: Honoré Should Should Be Disqualified for Riot Comments Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., in an appearance on Fox News' "Tucker Carlson Tonight" on Tuesday, ripped retired Lt. Gen. Russel Honoré for suggesting that Capitol Police officers "allowed their buddies" in the riot to ignore police lines...
  • Capitol Police Taking March 4 Threats Seriously Capitol Police say they are taking threats for a possible March 4 plot to breach the Capitol as "serious."...
  • Sen. Ted Cruz: Texas Right to End Coronavirus Lockdowns Lockdowns across the country have proven to be a "serious mistake" that hurt millions of people and small businesses, and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott ordering his state to reopen fully is "great news," Sen. Ted Cruz said Wednesday. "Texans are ready to get back to work," the...
  • Chip Shortages Could Extend Into Next Year, Taiwanese Supplier Warns Taiwanese panel supplier Innolux Corp. says the current chip shortages could last beyond this year, becoming the latest manufacturer to warn that competition for semiconductors may persist for some time. "Supply at foundries is very tight. Capacity in the chip packaging and...
  • Samsung Eyes $17 Billion Chip Plant in Ariz., Texas, NY Samsung Electronics Co. revealed additional details about its plans to build a cutting-edge semiconductor facility in the U.S. in a filing with the Texas government, making the disclosure as the Biden administration vows to make the security of the U.S. chip supply a...
  • Rep. Austin Pfluger to Newsmax TV: Why Is Biden 'Opening the Border and Closing Schools' Rep. Austin Pfluger, R-Texas, speaking on Newsmax TV on Wednesday posed a question to President Joe Biden's administration...
  • SUV in Crash Came Through Hole in Border Fence Thirteen people killed in one of the deadliest border crashes on record were among 44 people who entered the U.S. through a hole cut into Southern California's border fence with Mexico, the Border Patrol said Wednesday.
  • Mike Pence Breaks Silence: Dems' Election Bill 'Unconstitutional Power Grab' Former Vice President Mike Pence on Wednesday criticized the election reform bill proposed by Democrats which he says is "an unconstitutional, reckless, and anti-democratic bill that would erode those foundational principles...
  • Apologetic Gov. Andrew Cuomo: 'I Feel Awful, Embarrassed' New York Democrat Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he will not resign amid investigations, but he did issue an apology amid the recent allegations of sexual harassment and asked New Yorkers to wait for the results of the state investigation...
  • Walmart Aims to Spend $350B on US Products This Decade Walmart Inc. pledged to support American manufacturers by spending an additional $350 billion on items made, grown or assembled in the U.S. over the next 10 years. The move will help create more than 750,000 U.S. jobs, Walmart U.S. CEO John Furner said Wednesday in a blog...
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  • SpaceX Starship Lands Upright, Then Explodes in Latest Test CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla.—SpaceX’s futuristic Starship looked like it aced a touchdown Wednesday, but then exploded on the landing pad with so much force that it was hurled into the air. The failure occurred just minutes after SpaceX declared success. Two previous test flights crash-landed in fireballs. The full-scale prototype of Elon Musk’s envisioned Mars ship […]
  • 150 Missing Tennessee Children Recovered in Joint Operation by US Marshals, Other Agencies A joint operation by law enforcement that started months ago have recovered 150 children who had gone missing in Tennessee. The U.S. Marshals Service, the Tennessee Department of Children’s Services (DCS), and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) announced on Wednesday that their effort to identify and locate missing children, named “Operation Volunteer Strong,” recovered 150 out of […]
  • ‘My State Needs Relief,’ Says Sen. Murkowski on COVID-19 Relief Package as Alaska Struggles From Actions Like Keystone Ban Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) told reporters Wednesday that her state “needs relief” when asked what was needed for her to support of Biden’s $1.9 trillion “American Rescue Plan” that is headed to a vote in the Senate. “So, my whole point for COVID relief, whether it was the five packages that we moved through in […]
  • Google Vows to Stop Targeting Ads Based on Tracked Browsing History In a drastic shift of its core business model, Google on Wednesday said it will stop tracking individual user’s web browsing history in order to sell targeted ads. Over the past decades, Google has helped build an online digital advertising ecosystem based on tracking users across the internet and using that data to make marketing […]
  • House Democrats Moving to Pass Sweeping ‘For the People’ Act A landmark bill was headed for almost-certain passage late on March 3 by the House of Representatives to federalize and make permanent many of the election reforms adopted in 2020 by a handful of states during the CCP virus pandemic. The election reforms, including radically expanded mail-in, early, and absentee voting, as well as automatic, […]
  • Video: Border Must Be Secured Before Any Talk of Amnesty—Rep. Byron Donalds At the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), we sit down with Rep. Byron Donalds (R-Fla.), who gives his perspective on how to fix America’s broken immigration system. Securing the border must come before any discussion of amnesty, he says, otherwise, it signals to traffickers, or “coyotes,” that they can continue to abuse and traffic people […]
  • University of Texas President, Donors Clash Over Iconic Fight Song University of Texas (UT) at Austin administrators are at odds with a group of alumni, who are threatening to withhold donations if the school doesn’t show enough support of its historic fight song. In emails obtained by the Texas Tribune, hundreds of alumni and donors complained to UT-Austin President Jay Hartzell after then-Texas Longhorns quarterback […]
  • GOP Senator to Push for 10 Hour Reading of $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) said he will push for Senate clerks to read out the entire 600-page $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill on the Senate floor, a move that he expects would probably delay the vote on the bill by 10 hours. “I’m going to make the Senate clerk read the Democrats’ $1.9 trillion bill. […]
  • About 20 Percent of Adult Californians Are Vaccinated, Newsom Says During Long Beach Visit California Gov. Gavin Newsom held a press conference March 3 at California State University–Long Beach, where he discussed the state’s rollout of COVID-19 vaccinations. The conference came shortly after Newsom toured the university’s two vaccination sites. During his visit, the governor touted the state’s inoculation efforts. “We’ve designed a system that currently provides the ability to administer […]
  • Video: ‘They Want to Cancel God’—GOYA Foods Owner Robert Unanue At the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), we sit down with the owner of GOYA Foods, Robert Unanue, to discuss cancel culture, the boycott and “buy-cott” of GOYA products, and what he sees as the assault on “God, family, and work.” American Thought Leaders is an Epoch Times show available on YouTube, Rumble, Youmaker, and The […]
  • Hero Pay for Grocery Workers, Pharmacy Workers Takes Effect in Santa Ana Grocery workers and retail pharmacy workers in Santa Ana, Calif., will begin receiving an hourly pay boost after city council passed an urgency ordinance to implement “hero pay”. The measure, which passed with a 5-2 vote during a March 2 council meeting, takes effect immediately. Eligible workers will receive an extra $4 per hour. Under […]
  • Gang Task Force Operation Conducted in Orange County SANTA ANA—The Orange County Violent Gang Task Force was serving a number of federal and state warrants March 3 as part of an investigation targeting an Orange County-based street gang, according to the FBI’s Los Angeles field office. “The Orange County Violent Gang Task Force and its partners are executing twelve federal search warrants this […]
  • Drug Overdose Deaths at Record High, Mexican Cartels Stronger Than Ever: DEA Drug overdose deaths spiked during the first few months of the 2020 pandemic-related lockdowns, according to provisional data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). More than 83,500 people died from an overdose in the 12-month period ending July 2020—an average of 228 deaths per day. It’s the highest number of overdose deaths […]
  • Attorney in Election Lawsuit to Appeal Order Referring Him to Disciplinary Panel An attorney that represented a group of voters that sought to block Congress from counting Electoral College votes has informed a judge that he intends to appeal a disciplinary ruling against him. Lawyers representing Erick Kaardal told U.S. District Court Judge James Boasberg that the attorney will appeal his ruling last month that referred him to the […]
  • 1,600 Immigrants Arrested Over 3 Days in Single Texas Border Sector: Official More than 1,600 illegal immigrants were arrested in three days in a single Texas border sector, according to the chief Border Patrol agent for the area. “Over 1,600 arrests in three days for Del Rio Sector agents!” wrote Austin Skero, the head of Border Patrol for Texas’s Del Rio Sector, on Twitter. “These arrests include […]
  • Washington’s Supreme Court Decriminalizes Drug Possession Washington’s Supreme Court struck down a strict liability drug law in the state that had made possession of a controlled substance a felony even if the person didn’t know they had the drug in their possession. This unexpected judicially ordered decriminalization of drugs in Washington has state lawmakers in Olympia scrambling to put together some […]
  • Texas Woman Accused of Election Fraud Used Gift Bags: Warrant A former congressional campaign volunteer who was recorded on hidden camera saying she could deliver thousands of votes for tens of thousands of dollars, had a series of gift bags that were similar to the one she was recorded giving to an elderly woman, arrest warrants stated. The warrants say that in exchange for $500, […]
  • Bill Aims to Kick Harmful Chinese Companies Off US Stock Exchanges Republican lawmakers on March 3 introduced a bill that would block “malign Chinese companies” from being listed on American exchanges and other U.S. capital markets. Under the proposed legislation, Chinese companies, and their subsidiaries and affiliates that are on the Commerce Department’s “entity list” or the Pentagon’s list of companies “owned or controlled by” the […]
  • Orange County Deputies Cleared in Laguna Niguel Shooting The Orange County District Attorney’s office (OCDA) has vindicated two police officers who were under investigation for a fatal Laguna Niguel shooting. In a letter to Orange County Sheriff Don Barnes, OCDA Todd Spitzer said the deputies’ use of force was consistent with the law. The letter included a report prepared by Senior Deputy District Attorney Janine […]
  • Criticism Mounts Over Biden’s Rescue Plan WASHINGTON—A substantial increase in personal savings and better-than-expected tax revenues in many states have weakened the case for President Joe Biden’s sweeping $1.9 trillion economic relief bill, which is now before the Senate. While Biden continues to defend his “American Rescue Plan” to fight the pandemic, a growing number of critics question the size of […]
  • Lewandowski: Not Sure Lara Trump Running for Senate Is a Good Thing Since Washington Is ‘Broken’ Former senior Trump adviser Corey Lewandowski believes it may not be a good idea for Lara Trump to run for the U.S. Senate because the system in Washington is broken. Lewandowski told The Epoch Times that although he’s sure Lara Trump would win if she ran for office, she could have more of an impact […]
  • Trump Adviser Denies Report Claiming Former President Mulling 2024 Run Without Pence An adviser and spokesman for former President Donald Trump shot down a report citing anonymous sources claiming he is currently mulling a 2024 presidential bid without former Vice President Mike Pence. “This is fake news. No such conversations are happening,” Jason Miller wrote on Twitter, linking to a Bloomberg News report that cited anonymous sources […]
  • Orange County’s Restricted Businesses Unlikely to Reopen Until Late March Indoor gyms and theaters will likely reopen in Orange County later this month if the region’s COVID-19 metrics continue their downward trend. Right now, Orange County falls under the state-mandated purple tier, meaning some of its nonessential businesses, fitness facilities, and theaters must remain closed. Restaurants can remain open to facilitate takeout orders or serve […]
  • Biden: Texas, Mississippi Making ‘Big Mistake’ in Lifting of Restrictions Amid Pandemic President Joe Biden on March 3 alleged the governors of Texas and Mississippi made a mistake by loosening COVID-19-related restrictions such as mask mandates the day prior. “I think it’s a big mistake,” Biden told reporters in the White House’s Oval Office in Washington. Biden said that masks make a difference during the COVID-19 pandemic. […]
  • Secretary of State Outlines Biden’s Foreign Strategies, Says US Will ‘Lead With Diplomacy’ Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Wednesday outlined how President Joe Biden’s administration will approach the foreign policy arena, including shifting the United States back into international agreements after the previous administration stressed strong nationalism. During a speech from the State Department, the Biden appointee said the Democrat-led government will “renew America’s strength to meet […]
  • White House Says No Announcement on Neera Tanden Replacement This Week There will be no announcement this week on who the future nominee to head the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) might be, according to White House press secretary Jen Psaki. “Given Neera Tanden withdrew her nomination just last night … you should not expect any announcements on a future nominee this week,” Psaki told reporters […]
  • Intel Loses US Patent Trial, Ordered to Pay $2.18 Billion to VLSI Tech Chipmaker Intel Corp must pay a technology rival $2.18 billion after a federal jury decided that Intel infringed on its patent, a federal court ruled on Tuesday. Intel infringed two patents related to chip-making owned by VLSI Technology LLC the jury ruled. In a statement, Michael Stolarski, chief executive of VLSI Technology, said the firm […]
  • 13 Killed in California Crash Allegedly Entered US Illegally via Border Fence Hole: Officials U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials said they believe the victims killed in the collision in Southern California just miles from the U.S.-Mexico border were illegal immigrants who were smuggled through a dilapidated border fence near Calexico. A Ford Expedition carrying more than two-dozen people collided with a semi-truck in Imperial County, California, on Tuesday, […]
  • Arizona Won’t Enforce Biden’s Gun Control Laws: State Representative Leo Biasiucci, the Republican whip in the Arizona House of Representatives, told The Epoch Times’ “Crossroads” that the State House just passed a bill not to comply with any federal gun-restricting measures, and the bill will hopefully pass in the State Senate and be signed into law by the governor. Biasiucci introduced a bill, HB […]
  • Facebook Says It’s Lifting Ban on Political Advertisements Facebook on Wednesday announced it would rescind a ban on political advertising, ending a pause that was implemented during the Nov. 3 election. “We put this temporary ban in place after the November 2020 election to avoid confusion or abuse following Election Day,” the Silicon Valley-based company wrote in a blog post. But now, Facebook […]
  • Trump Says ‘Buy Goya Foods’ After New Calls for Boycott Former President Donald Trump encouraged Americans to buy Goya Foods products after the company faced new calls for a boycott over remarks made by its chief executive at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Florida over the weekend. Goya Foods CEO Robert Unanue described Trump as “the actual president of the United States,” sparking […]
  • Blinken Sees US-China Relationship as ‘Biggest Geopolitical Test of the 21st Century’ Secretary of State Antony Blinken on March 3 listed managing the United States’ relationship with the Chinese regime as a top priority of the Biden administration, describing it as “the biggest geopolitical test of the 21st century.” Blinken, in his first speech outlining the Biden administration’s foreign policy strategy, said the challenge posed by the […]
  • ‘I’m Not Going to Resign:’ Cuomo Facing twin scandals and growing pressure to step down, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared Wednesday that he will not resign. “I wasn’t elected by politicians. I was elected by the people of the state of New York. I’m not going to resign,” Cuomo told reporters during a press conference in Albany, in his first […]
  • Banned Dr. Seuss Books Selling for Hundreds of Dollars on eBay Several Dr. Seuss books that were essentially banned by the organization which preserves and protects the author’s legacy are now selling for hundreds or even thousands of dollars on eBay. The organization, Dr. Seuss Enterprises, said that six books—“McElligot’s Pool,” “On Beyond Zebra!,” “Scrambled Eggs Super!,” “The Cat’s Quizzer,” “And to Think That I Saw It on […]
  • Police: Live Pipe Bomb Found at Polling Place in Iowa ANKENY, Iowa—The discovery of a live pipe bomb at a central Iowa polling place as voters were casting ballots in a special election forced an evacuation of the building, police said. Officers called to the Lakeside Center in Ankeny around 9:30 a.m. Tuesday found a device that looked like a pipe bomb in the grass […]
  • Arizona Education Department Promotes ‘Equity’ Toolkit That Claims Babies Can Harbor Racial Bias The Arizona Department of Education is providing teachers and parents with an “equity and diversity toolkit” that aims to show how racism can manifest in children as young as three months old, and that white children “remain strongly biased in favor of whiteness” by the age of five. According to the department’s website, the toolkit […]
  • Las Vegas Sands Shuts Door on US Gambling Hub With $6.25 Billion Asset Sale Las Vegas Sands Corp, founded by late casino mogul Sheldon Adelson, will sell its Vegas properties for $6.25 billion, exiting the U.S. gambling hot spot after three decades to focus on Asia, home to the world’s largest gambling hub, Macau. The sale comes nearly two months after the death of Adelson—widely credited with helping transform […]
  • DC National Guard Chief: Pentagon Delayed Deployment on Jan. 6 The D.C. National Guard’s top official on Wednesday said deployment of guardsmen was delayed after the U.S. Capitol was breached on Jan. 6 because of an “unusual” memorandum that was issued a day prior. William Walker, commanding general of the D.C. Guard, told lawmakers during a Capitol Hill hearing that then-Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy on […]
  • Cypress Offers Pandemic Relief Grants to Home-Based Businesses Home-based businesses in Cypress, Calif. that suffered revenue losses as a result of the ongoing pandemic are eligible for $2,500 grants through the city. Funding will be provided to those who did not receive funds from the city’s previous Small Business Resiliency Grant program, which offered businesses financial relief if they were affected by the pandemic. […]
  • Previously Deported Illegal Alien Sentenced to 20 Years in Jail for Kidnapping Woman An illegal immigrant who was deported but returned to the United States has been sentenced to two decades in prison for kidnapping a woman. Luis Analberto Pineda-Anchecta, a native of Honduras, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Robert Conrad Jr. late last month for kidnapping a woman identified by law enforcement as his ex-girlfriend. Police officers […]
  • NYC Mayor Says Cuomo Should Resign If Allegations Are Proven True New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said the state’s Gov. Andrew Cuomo should resign from his post if an independent investigation confirms some of the recent allegations made against him, including the nursing home scandal and sexual harassment claims. State Attorney General Letitia James confirmed in a statement on March 1 that they are […]
  • US Bomber Flies Over Baltic States in Show of Solidarity: US Air Force VILNIUS/OSLO—A nuclear-capable, long-range U.S. bomber flew over the capitals of Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia on Wednesday in a show of solidarity with NATO allies, the U.S. Air Force said, amid Western concerns over a more assertive Russia. “This mission sends a clear message that our commitment to our NATO allies is unshakeable,” Gen. Jeff Harrigian, […]
  • FBI Counterterrorism Official: No Firearms Recovered During Jan. 6 Capitol Breach An FBI official on Wednesday testified at a Senate hearing that she has no knowledge of any guns being recovered from suspects who were arrested during the Jan. 6 Capitol breach. When asked by Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) about whether firearms were recovered or if any suspect was charged with firearms offenses, FBI counterterrorism official Jill […]
  • NRCC Chair Defends Ads Labeling Democrats as Socialists The chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee on March 3 defended political ads aired during the 2020 campaign that labeled Democrats in swing districts as socialists. Rep. Tom Emmer (R-Minn.) told Politico Live that the ads were honest because the Democrats they targeted failed to stand up to the socialist agenda being pushed by the […]
  • Most Small Businesses Not Requiring COVID-19 Tests, Vaccines for Employees A vast majority of the nation’s small businesses haven’t required their employees to get COVID-19 vaccines or be tested to return to work, although there were significant differences across sectors, a government survey shows. The U.S. Census Bureau’s Small Business Pulse Survey, released last week and based on data collected from some 25,000 respondents from […]
  • Pelosi’s $140 Million Silicon Valley Subway Earmark Nixed by Senate Parliamentarian Big trouble appears to be brewing in the U.S. Senate over the $1.9 trillion “American Rescue Plan” for CCP virus relief approved by House Democrats on Feb. 27. Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.), the Senate Banking Committee’s ranking Republican, said on March 3 the Senate parliamentarian ruled that the $140 million earmark in the House bill […]
  • Mike Pence Breaks Silence, Says Democrats’ Election Bills Are ‘Unconstitutional Power Grab’ Former Vice President Mike Pence wrote his first op-ed after leaving office, saying Democrats’ push for election laws is an “unconstitutional power grab.” “I share the concerns of millions of Americans about the integrity of the 2020 election. That’s why when I was serving as presiding officer at the joint session of Congress certifying the […]
  • Collins Says She’ll Vote to Confirm Haaland as Interior Secretary Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) said on March 3 she will support President Joe Biden’s nominee for Interior secretary, New Mexico Rep. Deb Haaland, making Collins the first Republican senator to back her candidacy. “Haaland promised to be bipartisan in her new role at the Department of the Interior, and I look forward to working with […]
  • US, Japan, Australia, India Need to Push Back Against CCP: Think Tank The United States, Japan, Australia, and India need to comprehensively push back against the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in the Indo-Pacific region, a leading think tank says. Cleo Paskal of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies told The Epoch Times at the Conservative Political Action Conference that the CCP’s goal is to be “number one in […]
  • ‘Militia Group’ Possibly Plotting to Breach the Capitol on March 4: Capitol Police The U.S. Capitol Police said that it learned of a possible threat against members of Congress and the Capitol complex by “an identified militia group.” “The United States Capitol Police Department is aware of and prepared for any potential threats towards members of Congress or towards the Capitol complex,” said a news release from the […]
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