Ga. Congressional candidate Yg Nyghtstorm reacts to results from the Maricopa County audit hearing.
New York appears to be anticipating medical worker shortages due to the state’s vaccine mandate. In a statement on Saturday, Gov. Kathy Hochul announced she’s prepared to sign an executive order declaring a state of emergency to fill up potential staffing vacancies.
Protesters marched in the streets of the Netherlands against the country’s recent introduction of what they are calling a “corona pass.”
Two federal judges ruled against Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee’s (R) ban on mask mandates. In separate rulings, U.S. District Judge J. Ronnie Greer and Judge Waverly Crenshaw ruled against the governor’s executive order on Friday.
A woman and her two-year-old child fell to their death from a baseball stadium concourse in San Diego. San Diego Police said the pair fell six stories from a third-level concession area at Petco Park before the start of Saturday’s Padres baseball game.
CDC Director Rochelle Walensky said children should be able to safely celebrate Halloween this year as long as they stay outside. In an interview on Sunday, Walensky said kids should be able to trick-or-treat safely, despite the ongoing effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
According to the photographer at the Del Rio border, no whippings took place by Border Patrol agents on horseback. Speaking to a local outlet in Texas on Saturday, Paul Ratje said he did not see any use of the horse reigns as whips against illegal Haitian migrants.
A recent survey found 59 percent of GOP voters would “definitely” or “probably” vote for 45th President Trump in the 2024 presidential primary. That’s according to a recent Echelon Insights survey, where 40 percent of respondents indicated they would certainly back the 45th president, while 19 percent indicated they were likely to support him.
The Arizona audit results are out.