Two COVID vaccine studies on single dose efficacy show vastly different results

Thomas Catenacci, DCNF Two recently-released studies examine the efficacy of single coronavirus vaccine doses against the delta variant showed vastly disparate outcomes. The first, a Canadian pre-print […]

10 injured in liquid nitrogen explosion at Dippin’ Dots factory

Madeline Dovi, DCNF Ten people were hurt in an explosion at a Dippin’ Dots factory in Paducah, Kentucky, as a truck unloaded liquid nitrogen, police and company […]

Louisiana Republicans fail to override Governor’s veto on bill banning biological males from women’s sports

Mary Margaret Olohan, DCNF The Louisiana House of Representatives failed Wednesday to override the governor’s veto of a bill banning biological males from women’s sports. Democratic Louisiana […]

Stefanik calls Pelosi ‘radical authoritarian’ for rejecting GOP picks on Jan 6 panel

Representative Elise Stefanik of New York, a stalwart Trump ally who recently unseated RINO Rep. Liz Cheney as chair of the House Republican Conference, has released a […]

Hundreds of Fauci emails with WHO officials heavily redacted in records release

Steven Hall, DCNF The Department of Health and Human Services delivered 311 pages of heavily redacted emails Dr. Anthony Fauci and the World Health Organization and other […]

Yellen predicts ‘rapid inflation’ after repeatedly downplaying risk for months

Thomas Catenacci, DCNF Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen acknowledged “rapid inflation” will persist for several more months after she repeatedly downplayed the risk of consumer price increases. Americans […]

Major abortion groups assemble, file lawsuit over ‘unthinkable’ Texas law allowing Americans to sue abortion clinics, doctors

Mary Margaret Olohan, DCNF Texas abortion groups filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the state’s new law giving Americans the right to sue abortion clinics or individuals who […]

Colombian assassins accused of killing Haitian president received US military training, Pentagon says

Sebastian Hughes, DCNF A number of Colombian servicemen who are allegedly part of a group responsible for the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moise previously received U.S. […]

Taliban propose ceasefire for exchange of 7,000 prisoners

Kaylee Greenlee, DCNF The Taliban proposed a three-month ceasefire in Afghanistan in exchange for some 7,000 captured prisoners, an Afghan government official said, the BBC reported Thursday. […]

Facebook files petition demanding FTC chair Lina Khan recuse herself from antitrust case

Ailan Evans, DCNF Facebook filed a petition Wednesday asking for Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Chair Lina Khan to recuse herself from the FTC’s antitrust case against the […]

Maine makes recycling a free service in nationwide first

Thomas Catenacci, DCNF Democratic Maine Gov. Janet Mills signed legislation making recycling free for residents and shifting associated costs to large packaging companies. The legislation, which Maine’s […]

Monthly child tax credit payments begin Thursday. Who’s eligible, and how much could they get?

Andrew Trunsky, DCNF Millions of American families will begin to receive monthly cash payments Thursday as part of the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package that President Joe […]

1 2 3 23