The “Scam Me if You Can” author, whose autobiography inspired the Hollywood film “Catch Me if You Can," predicted pandemic relief fraud would increase since Congress passed the CARES Act in Spring of 2020.
Co-owners of Bella Italian Restaurant in Plano, Texas, Ari Isufaj and Blinera Shurreca, couldn’t bear to see their community suffer and decided to serve hot meals to more than 500 people.
Doug Reynolds of the Charleston Gazette-Mail, a Pulitzer-Prize winning paper, filed a lawsuit claiming companies like Facebook and Google are allegedly manipulating the digital advertising market.
Congress is working towards finalizing the massive aid bill as the House is expected to vote tomorrow on what Republicans call a “pork-filled wish list.”
The legal conservatorship dates back to when the “Baby One More Time,” singer lost autonomy back in 2008, following her public breakdown when she shaved her head.
The former Google consultant made the comments after social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook banned President Trump’s account after the deadly riots that unfolded at the U.S.
On President Biden’s first day in office, he signed several executive actions into law, including an order to rejoin the Paris Climate Agreement and halt the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline.
The U.S. Navy’s Seventh Fleet said in a statement this is the first time a U.S. warship has sailed through the strait between mainland China and Taiwan during the Biden administration.
Former Speaker of the House and Fox News contributor Newt Gingrich said Friday on "America’s Newsroom" the Democrats will throw away control of the Congress with their "radical" budget agenda.
A New Mexico business owner is calling out Democratic Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham for allowing gyms to reopen but not his indoor activity park.
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, said Wednesday on "America’s Newsroom"that the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump is a "mistake" and "doomed to failure."
The Texas salon owner jailed for defying coronavirus lockdown orders spoke out at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) and recounted her fight for basic freedom rights.
"The Bachelor"hostChris Harrison is "deeply pathetic"for apologizing forcomments aboutcancel culture aftertaking a leave from the ABC series,"The Rubin Report" host Dave Rubin told"America’s Newsroom".
President Biden’s Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas "lied to the American people" about the growing border crisis, former Acting Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Mark Morgan said Thursday on "The Faulkner Focus.
President Biden’s "inhumane" border policiesare encouraging migrants to put themselves in the "hands of smugglers and traffickers," formerActing DHS Secretary Chad Wolf told "America Reports" Thursday.
Harlingen, Texas Mayor Chris Boswell told "America Reports" Wednesday that the surge of migrants at the U.S-Mexicoborderis "overwhelming" local communities.
The Pennsylvania lawmaker is introducing the Guarding Readers’ Independence and Choice (GRINCH) Act to safeguard children’s literature from being “canceled.” The GRINCH Act will cut off government funding for agencies that censor books.
Former Deputy Independent Counsel Sol Wisenberg told “The Faulkner Focus” Wednesday that it’s “extremely unlikely” controversial comments made by President Joe Biden and Rep. Maxine Waters,’ D-Calif.
"Fox News Sunday"celebrated a 25-year milestone on Sunday, as the weekly program hosted by Chris Wallace highlighted the most memorable moments since its launch on April 28, 1996.
Civil Rights attorney Leo Terrell joined "Life, Liberty & Levin" Sunday to discuss how President Biden and Vice President Harris are "destroying this country" by changing the values that made America great.
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