On the heels of his latest book release, "Killing the Mob: The Fight Against Organized Crime in America," O'Reilly spent an entire hour giving his thoughts on the state of the country after the 2020 Presidential election and even hinted towards Donald Trump's future plans.
A total of 45,085 new cases were reported yesterday across the nation. A seven-month low before a rise at the end of last year that left thousands of Americans dead. Despite an overwhelming surge of cases in countries like India and Brazil, the U.S. still leads the world with over 579,000 deaths since last March.
The move to downsize will dissolve roughly 20 jobs and save the town over $1 million. Among the changes included a three-year, $1.3 million contract awarded to the sheriff's department. Town leaders say it will increase their “boots on the ground” coverage by 75% and eliminate duplication of services, "allowing the town to use resources more efficiently and effectively."
A surprise announcement that comes days after Cuomo said Broadway would not be reopening in two weeks as many New York City businesses and venues are scheduled to welcome people back. He cited the logistics of opening Broadway to full capacity with no lead time as the reason it would remain closed for the next six months.
“Given the seriousness of the violations and the ongoing risk of violence, Facebook was justified in suspending Mr. Trump’s accounts on January 6 and extending that suspension on January 7,” the board said in its decision. They went on to say Trump “created an environment where a serious risk of violence was possible by maintaining a narrative that the 2020 presidential election was fraudulent."
North Carolina’s House Health Committee approved the bill, which would require doctors to provide documentation under oath of any abortion performed with a set of details of why they did the procedure. Those documents would be reviewed by the state as the next level of oversight.
The committee also said Athletes who plan to violate the rule could face punishment and would review such violations on a "case-by-case" basis. This will be the first Olympic games since last year's rise of the BLM message around the world.
The Microsoft co-founder and his wife tweeted out their mutual decision. “We have raised three incredible children and built a foundation that works all over the world to enable all people to lead healthy, productive lives,” they said. “We ask for space and privacy for our family as we begin to navigate this new life.”
According to The Post and Courier, Bobby Paul Edwards, 56, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for forcing John Christopher Smith, 43, to work at J&J Cafeteria in Conway, S.C. over the course of years. Edwards was originally ordered to pay Smith $273,000, but an appellant court overruled that decision.
The Carolina Panthers went into this year's NFL Draft needing to address a lack of depth at four key positions. One of those came immediately in the first round with the others coming in days two and three. Here's a brief overview of the picks made by GM Scott Fitterer and head coach Matt Rhule.
Officers responded to the report of a deceased individual at the former Sagebrush Steakhouse located at 623 NC 24-27 Bypass E South Street last week. The crew working on tearing down the building discovered the body and immediately alerted authorities.
She made her Broadway debut at age 30, but would later branch out to work in television before earning a majority of her work in Hollywood throughout the 1990s. A resume that included work on such TV shows as "Touched by an Angel", "Frasier", "Mike and Molly", "Law and Order: Special Victims Unit", and "The Simpsons".
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