Trump calls Supreme Court ruling a 'historic win for families who want school choice'

President Trump touted a Supreme Court Tuesday ruling which struck down a state ban on taxpayer funding for religious schools, calling it a “historic win” for school choice. “Today’s SCOTUS ruling is a historic win for families who want SCHOOL CHOICE NOW!” Trump tweeted. “#SchoolChoice is a civil rights issue, and no parent should have […]

Biden presser draws mix reactions: A 'pretty gentle session' for Dem candidate

Joe Biden held his first formal press conference in nearly three months and it drew mixed reviews. During the campaign event in his hometown of Wilmington, Dela., the former vice president continued with his condemnation of President Trump’s handling of the coronavirus outbreak and knocked his 2020 rival over recent reports of the president’s response […]

Manchin skeptical of fresh coronavirus stimulus, says many states haven't given out money from last bill

Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.V., told “Your World” Tuesday that he was reluctant to support a new coronavirus stimulus bill, noting that much of the money in the last stimulus package has not yet been distributed. “Over 22 states haven’t even distributed the money we’ve given them,” said Manchin, who went on to criticize how Republican […]

Jake Owen seemingly defends Chase Rice over packed concert amid coronavirus concerns

Jake Owen is coming to Chase Rice‘s defense. Over the weekend, Rice, 34, came under fire for holding a concert packed with fans as coronavirus continues to spread throughout the country, with several states even reporting a spike in cases. After facing accusations of selfishness and a disregard for public health, the “Lonely If You […]

Tulsa officer shot during traffic stop has died, police announce

A police officer and father of two from Tulsa, Okla. has succumbed to his wounds after being shot early Monday morning during a routine traffic stop, authorities said. The department announced Sgt. Craig Johnson’s death on Tuesday afternoon, Fox 25 reported. Johnson is survived by his wife, two young children and his parents. “He also leaves […]

Former Hawkeyes RB Akrum Wadley: 'Playing for Iowa football was a living nightmare'

Akrum Wadley, a former running back at Iowa, talked about being mistreated by Hawkeyes coaches on Monday, and he noted that “playing for Iowa Football was a living nightmare.” Wadley played for Iowa from 2014 to 2017, and in a statement, he brought up head coach Kirk Ferentz, as well as offensive coordinator Brian Ferentz […]

Yale president reportedly says school not considering name change despite namesake's ties to slave trade

Yale University‘s president reportedly told the Yale Daily News last week that officials are not considering changing the Ivy League school’s name, despite its namesake’s ties to the 17th century slave trade. Calls to rename the university have circulated on the internet amid ongoing protests and demonstrations following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody last month. Over the weekend, Sen. Ted Cruz, […]

Sen. Manchin on a federal mask mandate, another stimulus and Trump's coronavirus handling

Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.V., of the Senate Appropriations Committee, joined “Your World with Neil Cavuto” and addressed a number of issues involving the coronavirus, including whether there should be a federal mandate for wearing a mask. “I think it’s a good practice to have a mask on. whether you’re going to make it federal law […]