Category Archives: News

Trump on Navy Firing Captain Crozier: 'I Agree with Their Decision 100 Percent'

Trump said he backed the Navy’s decision to fire the commander of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt “one hundred percent.”

Donald Trump: Inspector General Michael Atkinson Did a 'Terrible Job'

Trump said Saturday at the White House that Inspector General Michael Atkinson did a “terrible job” in his position. Trump announced Friday that he had dismissed Atkinson, prompting criticism from Democrats.

Donald Trump: My Son Barron in His Room, Would Rather Be Playing Sports

Trump on Saturday spoke briefly about his son Barron, who remains at the White House during the coronavirus crisis. “He’s a good athlete and he loves soccer,” Trump said.

Mike Pence: Pray for Our Hero Health Care Workers During Holy Week

Pence joined President Donald Trump and Dr. Anthony Fauci praising the health care workers, describing them as heroes on the front lines of the battle against the “invisible enemy.” 

Former CIA Station Chief: DNI Richard Grenell Bringing 'Much Needed Efficiency' to 'Bloated' Intel Community

U.S. Director of National Intelligence (DNI) Richard Grenell is streamlining the “bloated bureaucracy” that is the intelligence community in a bid to make it more efficient in tackling the threats confronting America, a former CIA station chief told Breitbart News on Saturday.

Brooks: Coronavirus Relief Bill 'One of the Worst Economic Packages' 'in a Time of Crisis'

On Friday’s “PBS NewsHour,” New York Times columnist David Brooks sharply criticized the coronavirus relief bill as “one of the worst economic packages, maybe in American history, certainly in a time of crisis.” Brooks stated, “I would say that, when we look

Kobe, Duncan, Garnett Headline Basketball Hall of Fame Class

Kobe Bryant’s resume has yet another entry to validate his greatness: He’s now, officially, a Hall of Famer.

Coronavirus: Italy's Death Toll Exceeds 15,000

Italy’s overall death toll from the Chinese coronavirus exceeded 15,000 on Saturday as another 681 people have died from the disease in just the last 24 hours – an increase of 4.6 percent in one day.

Donald Trump: I Appreciate Joe Biden Agrees with Me on China Travel Ban

“He agreed that I was correct when I stopped people from China very early from coming into our country,” Trump said.

Coronavirus Poll: 9 in 10 Children Experiencing ‘Enjoyment,’ ‘Happiness’ at Home with Family

A gallup poll shows a large majority of children report experiencing “enjoyment” and “happiness” staying at home with their family.

Donald Trump Thinking of 2nd Coronavirus Task Force Focused on Reopening Country

“We have to open our country,” Trump said, repeating that “the cure cannot be worse than the problem itself.”

Michigan AG 'Regrets Not Totally Liquidating' 401k to Invest in Sex Doll Manufacturer

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel took to Twitter on Thursday to express regret over not “totally liquidating” her retirement fund to invest in a sex doll manufacturing company.

Tom Cotton: U.S. Does Not Need More Foreign Labor with Record Joblessness

The United States does not need any more foreign labor imported for businesses during record joblessness as a result of the Chinese coronavirus crisis, Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) says. 

Joe Rogan: I'd Vote for Trump over Biden

Comedian and podcast host Joe Rogan said Friday that he would vote for President Donald Trump over former Vice President Joe Biden, the presumptive Democrat nominee, in a hypothetical general election match-up. 

Toilet Paper Shortage Explained: Supply Chains Differ for Retail, Commercial

One of the main discussions that have been taking place as the coronavirus outbreak continues is why toilet paper cannot stay on the shelves at retailers across America, with many theories emerging, including unnecessary hoarding.

Josh Hawley: Bring U.S. Manufacturing Back to Facilitate 'American Comeback'

Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) proposed his phase four coronavirus plan on Friday that would put Americans back to work and bring back American manufacturing to the United States.

Donald Trump Shuts Down Reporter for 'Gotcha Question' on Jared Kushner

“It’s such a basic simple question and you try and make it so bad,” Trump said. “You oughta be ashamed of yourself.” 

Poll: Voters Increasingly Support Universal Basic Income for U.S. Citizens

Support for Universal Basic Income (UBI), businessman Andrew Yang’s signature policy position, is growing among American voters, a new poll reveals.

SeaWorld Donates Hundreds of N95 Masks to Healthcare Workers in Need

SeaWorld officials recently made a generous donation to healthcare workers battling the coronavirus pandemic in San Antonio, Texas.

Andrew Cuomo: 'Unbelievable' U.S. Can't Make Medical Protection Equipment

“It is unbelievable to me that in New York State, in the United States of America, we cannot make these materials, and that we are all shopping China to try get these materials, and we are competing against each other,” Cuomo said at his daily coronavirus press conference.

PHOTO: Teacher Helps Student with Math Problems While Standing on Her Porch

A math teacher in Madison, South Dakota, is being praised for the creative way he helped a student during the coronavirus pandemic.

Coronavirus: Pennsylvania Urges Residents to Wear Masks Outside

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D) on Friday afternoon asked residents to wear a mask outside of their homes to prevent the spread of the Chinese coronavirus.

PETA Protests at Grocery Stores During Coronavirus Outbreak

Members with the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) organization are protesting outside grocery stores to encourage veganism despite stay-at-home guidelines in place due to the coronavirus health emergency.

New Yorkers Say They Cannot Access State's Unemployment Benefits Website

The tidal wave of jobless claims has overwhelmed the systems in New York and elsewhere.

Migrants Riot in Mexican Detention Center at Texas Border — Some Escape

PIEDRAS NEGRAS, Coahuila — Dozens of Central American migrants rioted and set fire to the furniture inside a local immigration detention center Friday. Some managed to escape.

Nancy Pelosi Signals She'll Ease Up on Packing Next Relief Bill with Progressive Agenda

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) signaled that she is easing up on what appeared to be her original intention of packing the next phase of economic relief with a host of progressive agenda items, telling reporters on Friday that the next emergency measure should follow the same model as the last.

Rush Limbaugh: Democrats ‘Salivating’ over Coronavirus as Opportunity to ‘Decapitate’ U.S. Economy

Rush Limbaugh warned Americans of the Democrats’ attempt to use the coronavirus emergency as a means to “decapitate” the U.S. economy.

Vermont Directs Major Retailers to Halt In-Person Sale of 'Nonessential' Items

Vermont is directing major retailers in the state to refrain from conducting in-person sales of  “nonessential” items, the Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community Development announced this week.

Audit: FBI May Have Obtained FISA Warrants Using Inaccurate, Nonexistent Supporting Docs

The internal watchdog at the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) this week suggested that the FBI may have obtained approval for secret surveillance using inaccurate or even nonexistent documentation to support factual assertions made to judges when seeking a warrant.

Kentucky College Student Makes Masks for Hearing Impaired

Versailles, KY, student Ashley Lawrence has channeled quarantine time into making specialized masks for the deaf and hard of hearing.