Inflation is making headlines all over the country, but the mainstream media is not being honest about the true severity of the crisis
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"There are two sides to every story" is the common, concise version of a more-lengthy quote from a 1700s sermon by the popular American Christian theologian Jonathan Edwards. At a more contemporary and practical level, investigative journalist Amanda Ripley in "High Conflict: Why We Get Trapped and How We Get
Pandemic getting worse, even when seems like getting better?
The coronavirus pandemic may feel over for many Americans, but it’s heating up in other parts of the world.
New York City is in the midst of a heat wave which will continue into the week and get worse before it gets better, forecasters said.
Grace Lee McClure Smith, 94, is a grandma who can now add the title of "high school graduate" to her resume. Back in 1942, at the age of 16, she dropped out because she married her husband when he was drafted, according to her granddaughter, Erin Wilson. Wilson says she also was a school bus driver for more than 30 years, a "role model for a lot of kids," and keeper of many stories. Smith was all smiles getting her diploma. "It's better late than never, isn't it?" she said. Inside Edition...
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Using the discharge of incendiary devices across the wall that hems in the Gaza Strip against the Mediterranean Sea as justification, Israel, under new Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, launched a series of airstrikes in the besieged coastal enclave on Tuesday night. Since Gaza was pulverized by an 11-day-long Israeli bombardment in May, fears had been growing that this scenario, or one similar to it, would play out should the fragile ceasefire reached between Hamas and Israel crack, if the latter...
ANALYSIS/OPINION: First, gas prices spiked. Then lumber prices took off. By April, the Consumer Price Index was 4.2% higher than in April 2020. Now everyone is worried about a return to the double-digit inflation of the 1970s. While ‘70s-grade inflation is still a long way off, it’s good to be