Kimberley Strassel: Joe Biden's COVID schooling
Rather than reopen classrooms in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, President Biden coasts on his predecessor’s work.The new administration has spent every minute talking coronavirus. Yet 90% of its energy has gone to trashing its predecessor and resetting expectations, not to any sweeping policy change. Logistically, it would seem Mr. Biden inherited a fine plan after all. In the few areas where he might actually force improvement—notably reopening schools—the president has whiffed.
Social media is victimizing our children, but we aren't helpless to save them. Congress has a way to prevent Big Tech from targeting kids with toxic material.
Forbes Media chairman Steve Forbes outlines why he believes the economic crisis will cost President Biden the 2024 Democratic Party nomination.
MetLife Stadium and New Jersey State Police are urging Taylor Swift fans without pre-purchased tickets to stay home and away from the concert venue.
Gen. Keane: China could launch 'massive' cyber attacks on infrastructure in US homeland if war breaks out
Retired four-star Gen. Jack Keane told "Fox & Friends" Friday that if the U.S. and China fought in a hot war, China could launch massive attacks on U.S. infrastructure.
RFK Jr. warns 'ugly precedent' was set with COVID restrictions: No 'pandemic exception' to the Constitution
Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. sounded off on 'The Ingraham Angle' over potential 'suspension' of the Constitution in future administrations.
Thousands of residents in Poland forced to evacuate due to discovery of 550-pound unexploded WWII bomb
A large, unexploded WWII bomb weighing 550 pounds was discovered during construction work in Wroclaw, Poland. Thousands were forced to evacuate.
Britain's Treasury chief is prepared for UK economy to slip into recession if it means bringing down inflation
Jeremy Hunt, the Treasury chief of Britain, is prepared to see the U.K. economy slip into a recession if it means bringing down inflation.
European police have concluded their search for evidence related to the disappearance of British toddler Madeleine McCann in Portugal's Algarve region.
In the face of soaring food prices and a rare budget surplus, House lawmakers in Alabama have approved a measure that would cut grocery sale tax from 4% to 2%.
Planned Parenthood South Atlantic and other South Carolina abortion providers have filed a lawsuit seeking to overturn the new fetal heartbeat law.
Shellyne Rodriguez, a now-fired New York City professor accused of chasing a reporter with a machete, appeared in court Thursday then was seen eating at a fast food joint.