The following is from AP News. For the first time, U.S. regulators on Wednesday approved the sale of chicken made from animal cells, allowing two California companies to offer “lab-grown” meat to the nation’s restaurant tables and eventually, supermarket shelves. The Agriculture Department gave the green light to Upside Foods and Good Meat, firms that […]
The following is from Just The News. James O’Keefe sounded off about the mainstream media after his company, O’Keefe Media Group (OMG), released a bombshell video of a BlackRock recruiter saying the Russia-Ukraine war is “good for business” and claiming “you can buy a senator” for $10,000. Serge Varlay, a recruiter for the multi-trillion dollar […]
(Originally aired Oct. 23, 2022) With all of those cool cars now driving around pretty much on their own with an autopilot function, there have also been a number of disturbing crashes and even deaths. Now, the federal government is investigating the technology. Lisa Fletcher looked into the case and tells what she found. Tesla […]
Inside the seedy world of book censorship with Tony Lyons, founder of Skyhorse Publishing. He tells us about efforts to silence Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and books on other topics you want to read about.
House Committee on Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-Kentucky) has subpoenaed Biden family associate Devon Archer to appear for a deposition tomorrow (Friday). Archer played a significant role in the Biden family’s foreign business dealings, including those with Ukraine and adversaries China and Russia. Archer was also the business partner of President Biden's son, Hunter, […]
The following is from Becker's Hospital Review. Manchester, N.H.-based Catholic Medical Center may make leadership and internal quality changes based on the findings of an internal report prompted by a newspaper's investigation, New Hampshire Public Radio reported June 7. The hospital commissioned the report from a law firm following a Boston Globe investigation into one of its top heart […]
(Originally aired Oct. 16, 2022) With a possible economic recession on the horizon, there could be big trouble in America's housing market. Buyers and sellers are suffering from whiplash after recent wild swings in home prices and mortgage rates. Lisa Fletcher takes us to one city for the roller coaster ride. We begin our look […]
Sens. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), Dianne Feinstein (D-California) and Peter Welch (D-Vermont) have introduced legislation to try to improve the public’s access to information and ability to hold the federal bureaucracy accountable. The Open and Responsive Government Act aims to restore an appropriate legal interpretation of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Exemption 4 on confidential commercial information. The bill […]