Bo Snerdley: Looking back – Looking forward

I wonder how many Americans will be sorry to see the page turned on the year 2021. The losses have been monumental, profound, and for so many […]

Biden, Putin, trade threats during latest 50-min. phone call amid escalating Ukraine crisis

President Joe Biden reportedly exchanged threats with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, during a tense 50-minute phone call from Biden’s residence in aware on Thursday amid rising […]

Colorado governor changes trucker’s 110-year sentence after public outrage

Get the latest BPR news ivered free to your inbox daily.SIGN UP HERE Colorado’s Democrat governor has drastically reduced the prison sentence of a truck driver whose […]

2021 goes out in flames – literally! Wind-swept fires devastate, 30,000 evacuated, hundreds of homes burn

Get the latest BPR news ivered free to your inbox daily.SIGN UP HERE Residents in Boulder County, Colo., will not be ringing in the new year with […]

Feds quietly announce dropped case against Epstein’s jail guards following Maxwell’s guilty verdict

CHECK OUT and for holiday gifts and awesome snarky swag! Questions are brewing over federal prosecutors’ decision to drop their case against the two New […]

‘Welcome to Florida, AOC!’ Team DeSantis trolls maskless Ocasio-Cortez dining in ‘free’ Miami

Get the latest BPR news ivered free to your inbox daily.SIGN UP HERE Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., was spotted dining with a man who appears to be […]

Apple temporarily closes iPhone factory over horrific living conditions, food crawling with worms

Ailan Evans, DCNF Apple placed a Foxconn iPhone factory near Chennai, India, on probation following an investigation into the facility’s substandard living and working conditions, which included […]

Ex-Afghanistan President who fled says Trump’s deal with Taliban ‘erased us’

Sebastian Hughes, DCNF Former President of Afghanistan Ashraf Ghani, who fled the country as it fell to the Taliban, argued the deal between former President Donald Trump […]

DC mayor announces expectation that schools will transition to virtual learning

Kendall Tietz, DCNF Muriel Bowser, the mayor of Washington, D.C., said she expects schools to switch to virtual learning in the coming weeks and throughout the spring […]

Democrat-run states are pushing laws to target social media ‘misinformation’

Ailan Evans, DCNF Democratic state lawmakers are proposing laws to curb “misinformation” on social media sites and other on platforms, mirroring efforts by Democrats in Congress. “Social […]