A RealClear Opinion Research survey of 2,122 registered voters shows that support for educational choice is strong, and that a significant portion of parents are more likely to pursue homeschooling opportunities after the lockdowns end.
As Florida has begun moving towards the second phase of removing restrictions on citizens and business owners, Govenor Ron DeSantis announced yesterday that the Sunshine State will allow major sports teams to resume practice and play as long as guidelines are followed.
A federal bankruptcy judge gave New York Attorney General Letitia James the green light to enforce subpoenas for the financial records of the Sackler family–the owners of Purdue Pharma–while the company continues to work through the bankruptcy process. Purdue Pharma, which produces OxyContin and is widely regarded as one of the predominant drivers of the opioid epidemic that has ravaged the nation for the better part of the last decade, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in September after more than 2,500 lawsuits were filed against the company.
"Senator Feinstein was asked some basic questions by law enforcement about her husband’s stock transactions. ... She was happy to voluntarily answer those questions to set the record straight and provided additional documents to show she had no involvement in her husband’s transactions," a spokesman said.
Graham said in a statement that the hearings will deal with the Justice Department's decision to drop its case against the president's first national security adviser, Michael Flynn, the warrant applications against former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page and if former special counsel Robert Mueller should have been appointed.
While other scientists are already investigating the body’s immune response, Business Insider reports that Microsoft and Adaptive believe a specific emphasis on T cell research is a blindspot in other ongoing coronavirus research. In order to fill in that gap, Microsoft and Adaptive are reportedly preparing to send phlebotomists to the homes of people who were exposed to the coronavirus, those who are currently sick, and those who recovered from it, to draw blood.
A sheriff’s sergeant who was fired for sitting in his car and failing to react while a gunman slaughtered students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School will get his job back. An arbitrator has dismissed the case against Brian Miller. According to a statement from the union that represents deputies and sergeants, the arbitrator found that the Broward County Sheriff’s Office violated Miller’s due process rights when Sheriff Gregory Tony terminated him long after state law allowed it.
If I were a Senator or Congressman, the first person I would call to testify about the biggest political crime and scandal in the history of the USA, by FAR, is former President Obama. He knew EVERYTHING. Do it @LindseyGrahamSC, just do it. No more Mr. Nice Guy. No more talk!
The White House did not provide further comment except to release a statement which said: "As President Trump has said, we are going to ensure that we take care of all Americans so that we emerge from this challenge healthy, stronger, and with economic prosperity, which is why the White House is focused on pro-growth, middle class tax and regulatory relief."
"Schiff spread falsehoods shamelessly about Russia and Donald Trump for three years even as his own committee gathered contrary evidence," it wrote. The editorial board also argued the California Democrat had previously held up the release of the transcripts because they didn't align with what he was saying publicly.
The doctor, Johnathan Yates, worked as a osteopathic medicine specialist at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Beckley, West Virginia. The DOJ alleges that not only did Yates sexually assault the veterans, he also did so by incapacitating some of them during visits to the medical center... Yates is formally charged with five counts of depriving veterans of their civil rights under color of law and two counts of abusive sexual contact. If convicted, he faces a maximum sentence of life in prison.
State Department emails obtained by the conservative group Citizens United this week indicate that the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine was involved in discussions about the natural gas firm Burisma Holdings and even in a meeting with a company representative, despite testifying to Congress during the impeachment inquiry that she knew little about the firm.
The Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity analysis found that 57.5 percent of COVID-19 deaths in Colorado have occurred in long-term care facilities, such as nursing homes or assisted living facilities. The data used in the analysis is only up-to-date until May 6.
A total of 2,981,000 more Americans filed for unemployment insurance last week, bringing the total number of jobless claims filed amid the coronavirus pandemic to more than 36 million, according to the Department of Labor.