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  • CDC identifies possible safety concern with New Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine

    Zachary Stieber, Reporter|Updated Jan 18, 2023

    Data indicates Pfizer's new COVID-19 vaccine could cause a type of stroke in elderly people, two U.S. health agencies said on Jan. 13. The threshold for a safety signal was met for Pfizer's bivalent booster in the Vaccine Safety Datalink, a monitoring system run by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The signal was for ischemic stroke, a type of stroke caused by blood clotting. The signal was triggered for people aged 65 and older, the CDC and the U.S....

  • Protesters clash with police

    Security, intelligence failures found in days before Jan. 6 attack: Senate report

    Zachary Stieber, Epoch Times|Updated Jun 9, 2021

    U.S. Capitol Police intelligence officials failed to share information they received in the days and weeks leading up to Jan. 6, contributing to the agency being unprepared for what transpired that day, according to a new Senate report. The federal intelligence community, led by the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security, did not issue a threat assessment warning of potential violence targeting the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, despite online calls for violence, the 128-page...

  • GOP Women Flip Five House Seats

    ZACHARY STIEBER|Updated Nov 4, 2020

    November 4, 2020 Republican women beat incumbent Democrats for five House of Representatives seats in the Nov. 3 election. Businesswoman Nancy Mace, 42, unseated first-term Rep. Joe Cunningham (D-S.C.), 38, in South Carolina's 1st Congressional District. State Sen. Stephanie Bice, 46, emerged victorious against first-term Rep. Kendra Horn (D-Okla.), 44, in Oklahoma's 5th Congressional District. Former television journalist Maria Elvira Salazar prevailed against Rep. Donna Shal...

  • Trump Orders Halt to Stimulus Negotiations

    ZACHARY STIEBER|Updated Oct 8, 2020

    October 6, 2020 House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) is not negotiating in good faith, President Donald Trump said Tuesday, as he revealed he ordered his representatives to cut off stimulus negotiations with her. The White House and Democrats have been negotiating for months to try to reach a compromise on a fresh stimulus bill. Pelosi is insisting on a package that includes sending federal funds to states that aren't managed well, which has nothing to do with the COVID-19...

  • Australian law professors nominate Trump for Nobel Peace Prize

    ZACHARY STIEBER|Updated Sep 28, 2020

    September 28, 2020 A group of four Australian law professors have nominated U.S. President Donald Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize, the third nomination he's received in recent weeks. The nomination is based on the so-called Trump doctrine, or the president's approach to foreign policy, David Flint, one of the professors, said on Monday. "The 'Trump doctrine' is so extraordinary, as so many things that Donald Trump does, he's guided by two things which seem to be absent from...

  • Businesses flee Portland, citing local government failure to protect against riots

    Zachary Stieber, The Epoch Times|Updated Sep 4, 2020

    Businesses are shifting operations from downtown Portland, Oregon, or scuttling plans to open stores there because of the near-nightly rioting and protests that have gone on since May 28. Portions of the city are boarded up. Rioters, who often gather around 9 p.m. and don't disperse until early the next morning, had caused tens of millions of dollars of damage or lost business by early July. While many Standard Insurance employees have been working from home since March...

  • Democrat convention speakers include Biden, Obamas, former AG Yates

    Zachary Stieber, The Epoch Times|Updated Aug 13, 2020

    Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is among the planned speakers at the Democrat National Convention in August. The convention will take place over four nights starting Monday, Aug. 17. It is largely taking place remotely because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Former Presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama are scheduled to take part, as are former first ladies Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton, who lost to President Donald Trump in 2016. The top Democrats in...

  • Deferring or cutting payroll tax won't affect Social Security, Trump says

    Zachary Stieber, The Epoch Times|Updated Aug 13, 2020

    Deferring the payroll tax or permanently cutting it won’t affect Social Security, President Donald Trump told reporters, Monday, Aug. 10. “What we’re doing is we reimburse through the general fund, not through Social Security. This will have no impact on Social Security,” Trump said before departing Morristown Municipal Airport in New Jersey. The payroll tax is typically paid by employers with money they withhold from workers. Social Security, which pays money to retirees, is primarily funded through the payroll tax. Trump o...

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