- Amazon tweaks app icon after comparisons made to Hitler March 3, 2021Amazon has changed its new smartphone app logo after critics said the earlier incarnation was a dead ringer for Adolf Hitler.
- Woman in Japan dies of brain hemorrhage after receiving COVID-19 vaccine, no link determined March 3, 2021A 60-year-old woman in Japan—with no known underlying condition-- died days after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine, but the country’s health ministry said Tuesday that there is no known link to the jab, according to a report.
- Who is Dan McKee, Rhode Island's new governor? March 3, 2021Dan McKee was sworn in Tuesday as the 76th governor of Rhode Island.
- Laura Ingraham blasts Biden administration for treating 'citizens as foreigners and foreigners as citizens' March 3, 2021Fox News host Laura Ingraham opened Tuesday’s edition of "The Ingraham Angle" by blasting the Biden White House for what she described as the lies Democrats and members of the administration are conveying.
- Jackson, Miss., water crisis continues, two weeks after storm March 3, 2021Thousands of residents in Jackson, Miss. have been without running water for two weeks and the city is under a boil advisory because of damage caused by a winter storm that swept through the region.
- Sean Hannity: Democrats 'trying to buy time hoping' Cuomo sex harassment allegations go away March 3, 2021Most Democrats have kept quiet in response to sexual misconduct allegations against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, and "Hannity" host Sean Hannity argued Tuesday it’s because they can't use the claims against the GOP.
- This Day in History: March 3 March 3, 2021"The Star-Spangled Banner" becomes the national anthem of the United States as President Herbert Hoover signs a congressional resolution. Motorist Rodney King is severely beaten by Los Angeles police officers in a scene captured on amateur video.
- Tucker Carlson: Lockdowns are killing our children, and everyone knows it -- including teachers' unions March 3, 2021A new study makes the devastating toll of lockdowns unquestionable
- Tara Reade's lawyer requests NY Times correction, 'compensation' for publishing Social Security number March 3, 2021A lawyer for Joe Biden accuser Tara Reade has sent a lengthy letter to The New York Times, requesting a correction over its reporting of her story last year as well as "compensation" after the paper accidentally published her Social Security number.
- De Blasio pounces on Cuomo scandals: 'He cannot govern' if claims are true March 3, 2021In an interview Tuesday, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said that if the nursing-home and sexual harassment allegations against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo are true, "he cannot govern."
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