One of the interesting side stories of 2020 has been the recent explosion (no pun intended) of illegal fireworks in cities. The uptick in illicit incendiaries is a side effect of pandemic life drudgery, so it’s unsurprising that New York, hardest hit by the coronavirus and the resulting lockdown, has produced more than 24,000 complaints and some spectacular footage. Although they pose obvious safety risks, illegal fireworks are a nuisance, not a serious issue. Thus, the recently announced...
Kayleigh McEnany's press briefings don't just draw to a close. They tend to end with a flourish - a true walk-off moment.
The White House press secretary and her well-rehearsed tactic (bam!) for getting the last word.
The theater chain CEO's remark drew backlash. Regal and Cinemark announced the same lax policy.
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The AMC Theatres chain hopes it outlets will be dark no more from next month as it reopens the vast majority of its locations, 450 out of 600, on July 15 with protective medical masks left as a matter of personal choice for patrons.
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MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said Wednesday he plans to travel to Washington to meet with President Donald Trump, an announcement that was met with a storm of
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — FOX4 and The Kansas City Star are joining forces to provide complete political coverage of the region and country in a new digital show: 4Star Politics. Between now, the primary election in August and the general election in November, we’ll cover the most important issues voters have to consider. We’ll also [
Democratic presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden attacked President Donald Trump on Monday for claiming to be open to meeting Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro -- something Trump appeared to be mulling, but which Biden has actually done.
Political spending by corporations is big business. As one corporate executive with experience in business-government relations says, “A company that is dependent on government that does not donate to politicians is engaging in corporate malpractice.” Our research group heard that statement during a series of interviews with industry insiders that we conducted for a study [