If the least surprising thing in the world is that a mob of Trump extremists would storm the U.S. House and Senate as they met to confirm the president-elect, the most shocking was that it would be so easy, writes Sandy Garossino.
What was supposed to be a historic day in the U.S. capital lived up to that billing for all the wrong reasons Wednesday as an angry throng of Donald Trump supporters managed to overpower police and lay siege to Capitol Hill.
The battle for control of Capitol Hill came down to the wire on Tuesday, January 5, 20201, as a late surge of votes from Atlanta's suburban outskirts put Democrats within shouting distance of the two remaining seats in the U.S. Senate.
The website Women for Natural Gas is a pink-tinged, fancy-cursive-drenched love letter to the oil and gas industry, complete with testimonials from several women. But there’s a catch: The women don’t exist.
Conspiracy theories, including those propagated by the once-fringe QAnon movement, have gained traction as the COVID-19 pandemic fuels fear, social and economic insecurity, and mistrust in authorities, experts in Canada say.
The United States opened a new chapter on Wednesday, December 9, 2020, in the book of trade tensions with Canada, formally complaining that U.S. dairy producers are being unfairly shut out of markets north of the border.
The United States will "work with the world" to distribute COVID-19 vaccines, President Donald Trump vowed on Tuesday, December 8, 2020, even as he signed an order aimed at putting Americans at the head of the line.