Tue, 07 Dec 2021 22:48:45 EDT

Kellogg's Hires Permanent Replacements After Prolonged Worker Strike

Cereal company Kellogg's said most of its U.S. plant workers voted against a new five-year contract, forcing it to hire permanent replacements, CNBC reported Tuesday.

Tue, 07 Dec 2021 21:45:21 EDT

Michigan AG Will Review Oxford School Shooting

Michigan's attorney general said Tuesday her office will review events that occurred before the mass shooting that left four students dead at Oxford High School, despite the district's rejection of her offer to be its third-party investigator.

Tue, 07 Dec 2021 21:39:16 EDT

WSJ Poll: Voters Side With Republicans Over Dems on Far More Issues

Republicans have some strong signals for momentum with President Joe Biden's first year in office wrapping up, as voters mostly siding with Republicans over Democrats to handle the key issues heading into 2022, a midterm election year, according to the latest The Wall...

Tue, 07 Dec 2021 21:33:13 EDT

Oakland Backtracks, Votes to Add Police as Crimes Surge

The Oakland City Council, a longtime leader in the Black Lives Matter movement to cut police funding, reversed course Tuesday and voted to hire more officers as it grapples with a surge in homicides and gun violence.

Tue, 07 Dec 2021 21:29:21 EDT

Rittenhouse Has a Fiery Response to Lebron James

After basketball star Lebron James mocked Kyle Rittenhouse, for crying on the stand during his court testimony, Rittenhouse had some fiery words to say. During an interview on BlazeTV's "You Are Here," Rittenhouse told hosts Elijah Schaffer and Sydney Watson that

Tue, 07 Dec 2021 21:16:35 EDT

Cruz Blames Biden's 'Surrender' to Putin for Ukraine Crisis

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, blasted President Joe Biden in a speech Tuesday on the Senate floor over the growing crisis in Ukraine, as tens of thousands of Russian soldiers have been posted near its border.

Tue, 07 Dec 2021 21:10:45 EDT

Dershowitz: CNN Fired Chris Cuomo, but He Was the Wrong Person

Not a single CNN viewer was misled by Chris Cuomo's activities on behalf of his brother.

Tue, 07 Dec 2021 20:49:17 EDT

WSJ Poll: Majority Hit With 'Financial Strain' of Rising Cost of Living

A majority of voters are feeling the "financial strain" of a rapidly rising cost of living under President Joe Biden and even more of those who have not yet, ultimately expect to, according to the results of the latest The Wall Street Journal poll released Tuesday.

Tue, 07 Dec 2021 20:33:04 EDT

House Introduces Bipartisan Bill to Extend Employee Retention Tax Credit

The Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC), which was used in last year's pandemic relief package to aid small businesses, is being introduced again in a bill by a bipartisan group in the House of Representatives.

Tue, 07 Dec 2021 20:18:48 EDT

NBA, NHL Players Face Canadian Jan. 6 COVID Vaccination Deadline

National Basketball Association and National Hockey League players must be vaccinated against COVID-19 by Jan. 15, 2022, or they will be banned from playing in Canada.

Tue, 07 Dec 2021 20:12:50 EDT

China Condemns US Diplomatic Boycott of Beijing Olympics

China on Tuesday accused the United States of betraying Olympic principles and said Washington would "pay a price" for its diplomatic boycott of the upcoming Winter Games in Beijing even as a top International Olympic Committee official voiced respect for the U.S....

Tue, 07 Dec 2021 20:06:39 EDT

NYC Mayor Says Every Governor and Mayor Should Impose Vaccine Mandates

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, a Democrat, called on all governors and mayors to follow his lead in imposing a coronavirus vaccine mandate in order to avoid shutdowns.

Tue, 07 Dec 2021 19:25:48 EDT

$10B Lawsuit Filed Against Rapper, Astroworld

A Houston law firm has filed a $10 billion lawsuit against rapper Travis Scott and the Astroworld Festival on behalf of 1,547 concertgoers who attended the Nov. 5 event where 10 people died and hundreds were injured.

Tue, 07 Dec 2021 19:01:22 EDT

Publisher: High-Demand Trump Book Out of Print Due to Paper Shortage

The publisher of former President Donald Trump's newest book, officially released Tuesday, reports there have been over 130,000 copies sold, but supply chain issues are dogging printing.

Tue, 07 Dec 2021 18:57:44 EDT

Senate Confirms Biden's Border Chief Amid Record Migrant Arrests, Growing Immigration Frustrations

The Senate on Tuesday approved an Arizona police chief as the top border official in a near party-line vote, as President Joe Biden deals with record migrant arrests at the U.S.-Mexico border and criticism from both the right and left over his immigration policies.Tucson...

Tue, 07 Dec 2021 18:51:38 EDT

Psaki Says Biden Will Veto GOP Resolution to Block Vaccine Mandate

The White House announced on Tuesday that President Joe Biden would veto a Republican resolution to block a vaccine-or-test mandate for businesses with 100 or more employees if it came to his desk, according to The Hill.

Tue, 07 Dec 2021 18:35:32 EDT

Report: Apple's $275B Deal in 2016 Helped Develop China's Tech, Economy

Apple reached a $275 billion deal with Chinese officials in 2016 that helped develop that country's economy and technology, The Information reported Tuesday.The previously unreported 5-year deal was made after Chinese officials threatened more regulations...

Tue, 07 Dec 2021 18:24:28 EDT

Judge Dismisses Rose McGowan's Lawsuit Against Weinstein

A federal judge on Monday dismissed actress Rose McGowan's 2-year-old lawsuit against disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein and others, which asserted that they violated federal racketeering laws.

Tue, 07 Dec 2021 18:24:02 EDT

Sword Carried by Napoleon in 1799 Coup Sold at US Auction for $2.8M

The dress sword carried by Napoleon Bonaparte when he staged a coup in 1799 and five of his other firearms sold at auction for more than $2.8 million, US auctioneers announced Tuesday.The lot, which was put up for sale by the Illinois-based Rock Island Auction Company, was...

Tue, 07 Dec 2021 16:23:29 EDT

Biden Warns Putin of Sanctions, Military Support for Ukraine If Russia Invades

President Joe Biden warned Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday the West would impose "strong economic and other measures" on Russia if it invades Ukraine, while Putin demanded guarantees NATO would not expand further eastward.The two leaders held two hours of...