Federal judge rules in favor of mail-in ballots in Texas, says ‘lack of immunity’ for COVID-19 a physical condition

Ken Paxton, the Texas attorney general, said Tuesday that his office would appeal a federal court’s preliminary injunction that allows all registered voters in the state … Continue reading

Jerry Falwell Jr. describes how Liberty University ‘became the model’ for colleges in age of coronavirus

Liberty University president Jerry Falwell Jr. took the mainstream media to task on “The Ingraham Angle” Tuesday after he received heavy criticism for keeping the Lynchburg, Va. … Continue reading

‘They Drill All Day’: Residents Say Construction Work On Lakeview Building Is Unbearable During Stay-At-Home Order

CHICAGO (CBS) — Constant construction noise, dust and debris has been making it into the units of a high rise in Lakeview. Residents who reached out … Continue reading

General Iron Scrap Yard Shut Down After Explosion; Spokesperson Says Investigating Causes Including ‘Potential Sabotage’

CHICAGO (CBS) — A controversial Lincoln Park shredding plant has been shut down, effective immediately, following an explosion Monday morning. Residents fighting for the closure for years … Continue reading