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Tucker: The hypocrisy of lockdowns across America
'Tucker Carlson Tonight' host calls out the hypocrisy of COVID-19 lockdown lawmakers across America.
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Teen mum who didn't know she was pregnant dies after giving birth at home
A heartbroken boyfriend has paid tribute to a ‘selfless’ teenage mum who died after giving birth at home following an ‘unknown pregnancy’.
National Mall's 'Field Of Flags' Illuminated Ahead Of Joe Biden's Inauguration
The completed "Field of Flags" display on the National Mall was lit up by powerful beacons on Monday. The display was organized by the Presidential Inaugural Committee to mark t...
Teacher denies sex with schoolboy claiming she's too short for sex position
A married teacher claims she could not have had sex with a pupil as she is too short for the position in question.
Statement from the White House Regarding Executive Grants of Clemency
President Donald J. Trump granted pardons to 73 individuals and commuted the sentences of an additional 70 individuals.
Military medics drafted in to help Midlands hospital amid staff shortages
The army is being drafted in to help hospitals in Shropshire facing staff shortages due to a rise in Covid-19 sickness levels.
Donald Trump wants to create new ‘Patriot Party’
President Trump reportedly wants to create a third party once he leaves office.
One in eight people in England had Covid-19 antibodies in December, new figures reveal
New statistics show that an estimated 5.4 million people in England had coronavirus antibodies in December, and the rate of infection almost doubled from the beginning of Octobe...
One in five firms linked to spying on staff as they work from home
A surge in secret software used to spy on staff working from home during the pandemic has led to calls for new laws to be brought in against unscrupulous bosses.
Nearly ONE-THIRD of Covid survivors in England re-hospitalized & over 12% of them died within 5 months, new research claims
Around 30 percent of those hospitalized with the coronavirus in England were readmitted for treatment within five months of their first release, a new study has found, claiming ...
National lockdown will last for another six to eight weeks, UK cabinet minister suggests
The UK’s Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis has warned the public that the national lockdown may last a further six to eight weeks, and that it’s “dangerous to get ahead o...
"Pray" For Success Of Biden Administration, Says Trump On Last Day In Office
Donald Trump, who has not appeared in public for a week, broke days of silence with a videoed farewell address which the White House said would be released later in the day.
UK and US fail to do mini-trade deal as Trump exits
The UK and US have failed to do a much hoped for "mini-deal" over trade in the last days of the Trump administration.
Joe Biden To Unveil Sweeping Immigration Reforms On First Day In Office
Joe Biden "has spoken of the need for a path to citizenship for the individuals who have been in this country for many years, who have contributed to our communities and to this...
Duchess of Sussex claims privacy and copyright broached by paper group
The publication of a letter from the Duchess of Sussex to her father was a "triple-barrelled invasion" of her privacy, the High Court has been told.
Remembering Pierre Cardin, a Cosmic Wonder
President and founder of Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) Paula Wallace reflects on the importance of the late designer, whom she called colleague and friend for many y...
Theresa May: PM's foreign aid cut damaged UK's moral leadership, says successor
Theresa May has accused her successor Boris Johnson of "abandoning" the UK's moral leadership on the world stage.
BVI Premier welcomes clean and honest due process, calls for live streaming of the Commission of Inquiry
The BVI government is calling for a proper and honest procedure of the Commission of Inquiry announced by the former and controversial governor Augustus "Gus" Jasper, by demandi...
Trump's last-day dilemma: stay and go to jail in shame, or flee to heroic exile in Israel
The chances that Donald Trump will remain a free man after today is almost zero, regardless of any evidence of wrong-doing. Whatever is his final decision, President Trump has o...
This Curvaceous Timber and Earth Cabin Blends Into a Japanese Forest
Japanese architect Tono Mirai-a pioneer of “earth architecture”-works with master artisans to craft a holiday retreat for a family from Tokyo.
Pamela Anderson joins Tucker to talk about potential final day pardons
Actress Pamela Anderson, who became close friends with Julian Assange, says his pardon would be a "defining moment" for President Trump on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight.
CIA Director Gina Haspel Announces Resignation
CIA Director Gina Haspel announced Tuesday that she is leaving the agency. “It has been the greatest honor of my life to lead this remarkable organization,” Haspel wrote in a st...
"Like An Underdog Going Through Training...": Signal On Resuming Service
Signal has seen a rise in downloads following a change in WhatsApp's privacy terms, which required users to share their data with both Facebook and Instagram.
Spanish side become first team ever to buy a player with BITCOIN
The striker was unveiled by Spanish third division side DUX Internacional de Madrid, also known as Inter Madrid, after they teamed up with their new cryptocurrency sponsors to m...
What Angela Merkel's exit means for Germany — and Europe
The European Union is about to lose one of its last anti-populist voices.
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