Barcelona legend Carles Puyol is in talks over a return to the Nou Camp as general manager five years after retiring as a player, according to Mundo Deportivo.
Given the current climate of fake news and continuous updates about the end of the world as we know it, more people are opting to live in their own bubble and ignore the news completely. But more worryingly, a recent study by SurveyMonkey and Common Sense Media, found that teens would rather keep up with current events via YouTubers, and not verified news agencies. According to the study, more than 75 percent of teens aged from 13 to 17 say it’s important to keep up with world events, yet over...
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President Donald Trump set the tone for his administration as soon as he took office. Less than a week after his inauguration, he issued this statement: One of the fundamental rights of every American is to live in a safe community. A Trump
Teens getting the majority of their news online shouldn't come as a surprise, as the days of reading a physical newspaper or settling in front of the television for the evening news have long passed. What does come as a surprise, however, is the online sources teens are turning to for their news. Common Sense,
Apple News has reportedly banned the Christian pro-life news organization LifeSite, claiming that the channel violated Apple guidelines by showing "intolerance" to a certain group, without providing additional information.
Alert! The good news continues to roll in for the Fox News Channel, which was the most-watched basic cable television network across total day and primetime viewing during the week of August 5-11, a feat FNC has accomplished for 31 consecutive weeks. In addition, the Hannity program at 9 p.m. on Wednesday, August 7, delivered a 3.3 million total and 546,000 in the coveted demographic of viewers from 25 to 54 years of age. The milestone was an apparent result of the FNC host exclusively...
Heidi Brown, a retired U.S. Army major general, argued sexual assault allegations Gen. John Hyten lack merit in a piece for the Wall Street Journal published Thursday.
Apple News has banned one of the nation’s top pro-life news sources from the platform, saying that the organization displayed “intolerance” toward a specific group
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Epstein was in his own cell, but was not currently on suicide watch at the time of his death, people familiar with the investigation said.