Google is, once again, in the cross-hairs of Congress after Utah Sen. Mike Lee raised questions about whether the tech giant has violated antitrust laws and is operating as a monopoly. One America’s John Hines caught up with Lee, who chairs the antitrust panel of the Senate Judiciary Committee, and has more from Washington.
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Several U.S. cities who declared themselves sanctuary cities are promising not to cooperate with federal immigration law enforcement. One America’s Christina Bobb sat down with ICE Associate Executive Director of Enforcement and Removal Ops Henry Lucero to learn more about the unintended consequences of these policies.
Israel signed groundbreaking peace agreements with two Arab gulf states. One America’s Jacob Demille has more.
The stalemate in Congress has continued and officials appear to be losing hope for a new coronavirus stimulus package before the November elections.
While calling for the formation of a new multilateral alliance in the Indo-Pacific region to counteract Chinese aggression, U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper asserted America and its allies will be ready to face the challenges of the coming century.
Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine said they have isolated a molecule that could be used as a treatment against COVID-19.
Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell announced the latest revision of the U.S. inflation target and said economic activity is gradually picking up.
Embattled Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and his top officials are accused of detaining, torturing and killing government critics.
The family of a Kentucky man made a gruesome and shocking discovery during his visit to their home in Illinois.