The coronavirus pandemic has tested marriages across the country with reports showing divorce rates increasing as the health crisis enters it’s third year. Marriage experts Tony and Alisa DiLorenzo, also podcast hosts and authors, joined One America’s Alicia Summers to talk more about how the pandemic is impacting marriages.
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As the U.S. celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day, some may not know the holiday is not a long-standing tradition. Here’s a look back at the struggle to create this federal holiday.
California Governor Gavin Newsom recently released a budget proposal which would give universal health care to illegal immigrants. One America’s Stella Escobedo spoke with California congressional candidate Amy Phan West to get her take on the measure and what this means on the national level.
A decision on Joe Biden’s voting right’s legislation is postponed after it survived a major hurdle in the House, but it doesn’t look like it will pass the Senate. One America’s Alicia Summers spoke with Florida Rep. Blaise Ingoglia for more on the matter.
Critical Race Theory, or CRT, imposes the radical idea that you are inherently racist, no matter your character, actions or behavior. The curriculum has gone national, spreading across U.S. schools like wildfire. Florida State Senator Manny Diaz Jr. is drafting legislation to combat the teachings of CRT in his district. He joined OAN’s Dana Cohen to discuss the move.
Republican senators find NIAID (National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases) Director, Dr. Anthony Fauci has questionable investments in Chinese-tied companies.
A new report found several Democrat governors are using coronavirus relief funds to advance the party’s climate agenda.
According to Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah), Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) has the continued support of the Republican caucus.
The Supreme Court struck down Joe Biden’s OSHA vaccine mandate, essentially saying the executive branch does not have the authority to issue such a rule. That mandate would have affected an estimated 84 million workers employed by companies with 100 employees or more people. OAN’s Stella Escobedo caught up with California attorney David Wohl for more on what this means.