Trump Slams Electoral Count Act Rewrite, Admits ‘All Others’ Thought Pence ‘Had Absolutely No Right to Do Anything’ Else

Once Donald Trump believes something, it’s virtually impossible for anyone to change his mind. A perfect example was and remains his insistence that “[b]illions of dollars are being paid to the United States by China in the form of trade tariffs!” which is categorically incorrect; importers pay tariffs, not exporters. I’ll forego the “rigged” and “stolen” election as an

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Delaware will give free solar panels to low-income residents

The new pilot program will also cover 70 percent of rooftop solar costs for moderate-income participants. Rob Underwood has already fielded calls from over a dozen Delawareans interested in the state’s new solar equity program. The two-year pilot, which launched this month, aims to bring the benefits of home solar to a wider range of people by dramatically lowering

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100 million-year-old dinosaur footprints found at restaurant in China

Dinosaur footprints dating back 100 million years have been discovered in southwestern China after a sharp-eyed diner spotted them in a restaurant’s outdoor courtyard. Several stone pits at the restaurant in Leshan, Sichuan province, contained the footprints of two sauropods, a type of dinosaur that lived during the early Cretaceous period, said Lida Xing, a paleontologist and

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In Tehran, Putin, Raisi and Erdogan vow to continue Syria cooperation

In \meeting with Russian leader, Iran’s Khamenei calls for strengthening ‘long-term cooperation’ with Moscow and blames West for outbreak of Ukraine war Russian President Vladimir Putin, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan held a trilateral meeting in Tehran on Tuesday, days after US President Joe Biden wrapped up a trip to

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Text scams surge as robocalls decline, report finds

You may have noticed receiving fewer robocalls over the past year, but a new report finds scammers are increasingly using a new way to reach consumers: text messages. A report from the Consumer Watchdog office of the nonprofit group U.S. PIRG is urging the Federal Communications Commission to pass new rules against robotexts, including requiring

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