On The News – The Capitol Riot’s Ripple Effects in U.S. Politics

The Capitol Riot’s Ripple Effects in U.S. Politics

By Wall Street Journal

A year after pro-Trump rioters attacked the U.S. Capitol, lawmakers and Americans remain divided over what happened on Jan. 6, 2021, and who is to blame. WSJ journalists look at changes in Congress since then, and what it could mean for the 2022 midterm elections. Photos: Getty Images

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Oklahoma Native Teaches Students How To Win Scholarships After Receiving Over A Million Dollars In Scholarships

An Oklahoma native who received more than one million dollars in college scholarships is back in her hometown teaching high schoolers how to do the same!

The last time News On 6 caught up with Raylynn Thompson was in 2019. She was a Muskogee High School Senior who had received 64 college acceptance letters and more than one million dollars in scholarships.

“You really have to keep applying to as many as you see and never stop because you never know where you are going to land,” said Raylynn Thompson, current student at Alcorn State University in Lorman, Mississippi.


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If prices keep rising, a nightmare scenario for the US economy is a real possibility

That’s the textbook definition of stagflation, and it would be the worst nightmare for consumers, investors and the Federal Reserve. Not to mention President Joe Biden and the rest of the Democratic leadership in Washington. Just ask former president Jimmy Carter, who lost to Ronald Reagan in his 1980 re-election bid as the economy suffered from surging gas prices.

Stagflation is a difficult problem to overcome, especially for central bankers at the Fed and around the rest of the world. There are few tools to combat both inflation and a slowdown at the same time. The strongest fix … Read More

Companies Donated Millions to Those Who Voted to Overturn Biden’s Win

But many companies have restarted campaign donations, with some saying they are doing so in the spirit of nonpartisanship.

“Our employee PAC program continues to observe longstanding principles of nonpartisan political engagement in support of our business interests,” said Trent Perrotto, a spokesman for the defense contractor Lockheed Martin, which contributed $145,000 to 72 lawmakers who voted against certifying the election.

Sharon J. Castillo, a Pfizer spokeswoman, said in a statement that “following the events of Jan. 6, 2021, the company adhered to its commitment to pause political giving to the 147 members of Congress who voted against certifying the

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A Look At Arkansas Offensive Scholarship Situation in 2021

The Razorbacks bring back a majority of its talent from a 9-4 season and Outback Bowl victory. There were a couple of understandable departures in the weeks leading up to the bowl game and first week of January. Arkansas lost their star receiver, Treylon Burks, to the NFL Draft and running back Trelon Smith whom is transferring out.

It wasn’t surprising that Malik Hornsby announced his transfer from the Razorbacks after their Outback Bowl victory. Honestly, it was the timing of which it came after a long Thursday of rumors plus Joe Foucha and Greg Brooks announcing their transfers, too.

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Student raises more than $70K to start women’s scholarship in response to professor’s viral remarks

A student at Boise State University in Idaho has raised more than $70,000 to begin a scholarship program for women in engineering, law and medicine in response to one of the university’s professor’s saying women shouldn’t be recruited in those fields. 

Ally Orr, a senior, created a GoFundMe to fund and establish the Women in STEM, Medicine and Law Scholarship at Boise State University, which will be awarded annually to a woman studying in these fields beginning this fall. 

“I never want a girl to look online and say, ‘Oh look, a professor who teaches in higher education says I

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How The Chucky Tv Collection Is Different Than The Movie Collection

The 50 Cent-produced drama chronicles a tale impressed by the true story of the rise of a felony empire in Detroit dubbed the Black Mafia Family. Isaac Asimov’s epic sci-fi trilogy has inspired area tales starting from Star Trek to Dune. Lee Pace and Jared Harris star within the present, which centers on a revolt throughout the ranks of a galactic empire. Daniels can additionally be producing a reboot of the basic coming-of-age story, this time centered on a Black 12-year-old growing up in 1960s Alabama.

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The Curious History of the Potato Chip | Arts & Culture

The origins of the crunchy snack date back to at least the 1800s.
Lisa Shin

When Covid-19 forced people to stay home, many of us found solace in a snack: potato chips. The crispy treats enjoyed around a $350 million increase in sales from 2019 to 2020. When the chips are down, it seems, Americans gobble them up.

Any search for the origins of this signature finger food must lead to George Crum (born George Speck), a 19th-century chef of Native and African American descent who made his name at Moon’s Lake House in the resort town of Saratoga Springs,

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Harvard’s New Genetics Research on Ancient Britain Contains Insights on Language, Ancestry, Kinship, Milk

A photograph of the skeleton of one of the four individuals who we have sequenced who we think is likely to have participated in the migration we detect into southern Britain and to have displaced half the ancestry of the local population. This skeleton was excavated from the site of Cliffs End Farm in Kent. Credit: Wessex Archaeology

Two new studies highlight technological advances in large-scale genomics and open windows into the lives of ancient people.

New research reveals a major migration to the island of Great Britain 3,000 years ago and offers fresh insights into the languages spoken at

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