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  • Hot Pockets recalled over potential glass and plastic contamination

    Nestlé Prepared Foods is recalling certain pepperoni Hot Pockets over concerns they may be contaminated with pieces of glass and hard plastic, the US Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced Friday. The Class I recall applies to 54-ounce 12 packs of pepperoni Hot Pockets with a best by date of February 2022 […] More

  • California Rep. Lou Correa tests positive for Covid-19

    “Yesterday, I tested positive for COVID-19. I will be responsible & self-quarantine, away from my family, for the recommended time,” Correa wrote on Twitter. The diagnosis, he said, will cause him to miss Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris’ inauguration on Wednesday. “While I’ll miss the much-anticipated inauguration of President-elect @JoeBiden, I look forward to […] More

  • As Trump leaves the stage, Republicans grapple with new conspiracy caucus

    “There is a violent anarchy to QAnon that is baked into it,” said Mike Rothschild, the author of a book examining and debunking some of the most prominent conspiracy theories. How deep into the GOP’s infrastructure QAnon has penetrated is an open question. So too is how Trump’s departure from the presidency and banishment from […] More

  • Trump’s ‘pro-law enforcement’ image crumbles in his final days

    As the presidency of Donald Trump draws to an end, the recent Trump-inspired attacks on law enforcement officers, his refusal to take the steps necessary to defuse violent elements of his base and the President’s years-long assault on agencies such as the FBI and Justice Department, are all casting serious doubt on the sincerity of […] More

  • Trump finishes with worst first term approval rating ever

    What’s the point: A big question during the Trump presidency was whether anything could actually move the public opinion needle. It turns out that the insurrection at the US Capitol last week did exactly that. The result is that Trump’s final first term approval rating looks to be the lowest on record dating back since […] More

  • Inland Empire Artist Jay Furr: Determined To Make 2021 His Biggest Year Yet

    Born and raised in San Bernardino, Jay Furr has always had a passion for music. Jay Furr has collaborated with artists like Famous Dex, Splurge, and Fenix Flexin, He says his most rewarding moment of his career would be helping his community. Last year, Jay Furr caught a lot of buzz from his tracks “V […] More

  • Dustin Higgs executed less than a week before Inauguration Day

    Higgs maintained his innocence until his death, according to a pool report. The tone of his voice was calm but defiant as he said his last words, “I’d like to say I am an innocent man,” he said, mentioning the three women by name. “I did not order the murders,” the report said. Higgs’ victims […] More

  • Why you won’t find Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson on British TV

    “The mob that stormed and desecrated the Capitol … could not have existed in a country that hadn’t been radicalized by the likes of [Fox News hosts] Sean Hannity, Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham, and swayed by biased news coverage,” wrote Washington Post media columnist Margaret Sullivan. But are the airwaves of any democracy free […] More

  • Trump’s final full week in office ends with the nation in disarray

    In the midst of those grave security threats and the frustrating news that there is no such vaccine reserve, the President was still conspicuously missing in action at the White House Friday. It was Vice President Mike Pence who was seen doing the work normally required of a commander-in-chief — from visiting the National Guard […] More

  • Terrifying scope of Capitol attack uncovered as Washington locks down for Biden’s inauguration

    Days after the attack, even as security reinforcements arrive, some lawmakers tell CNN they now fear for their safety. While some Republicans argued President Donald Trump’s unprecedented second impeachment will only inflame divisions, federal officials warned that extremists, after seeing the results of last week’s attack on the US Capitol, are now likely more emboldened […] More

  • Giuliani uses unfounded ‘Antifa’ argument to defend Trump

    Giuliani claimed in a tweet on Friday that has since been removed by Twitter that the Capitol siege was carried out “by groups like ANTIFA trained to riot.” Giuliani has zeroed in on self-described leftist activist John Earle Sullivan of Utah, who was charged in federal court Thursday on three counts related to the Capitol […] More

  • MyPillow CEO hints at scrapped plan to replace CIA director with Trump loyalist

    MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, a Republican donor who has informally advised President Donald Trump, was seen leaving the West Wing on Friday carrying pages of notes that appear to outline a series of recommendations. Among those that are visible are the words, “Move Kash Patel to CIA acting” a reference to the current chief of […] More

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