Eriksen Released From Hospital After ‘Successful’ Operation

COPENHAGEN—Christian Eriksen was discharged from the hospital on Friday and immediately went to visit his Denmark teammates nearly a week after suffering cardiac arrest during a European Championship match. The Danish soccer federation wrote on Twitter that Eriksen was released from the Rigshospitalet in central Copenhagen after a successful operation. The federation previously said Eriksen […]

Mens-Only Clubs and the Freedom of Association

Commentary On June 15 around 700 members of Sydney’s exclusive Australian Club voted on a motion to determine whether women were allowed to be full members. Currently, women are only welcomed as guests of existing members but are not eligible to become full members. The Cub, founded in 1838, is described on its website as […]

Organ Trafficking Bill Presented for Second Reading in House of Commons

A Senate bill to combat organ trafficking was presented by Conservative MP Garnett Genuis for second reading in the House of Commons on June 18. Bill S-204, which received the unanimous support of the Senate on May 6, makes it illegal for Canadians to get organs abroad without the consent of the donor, and makes people involved […]

Australia to Take China to WTO Over Wine Tariffs

The Australian government has decided to pull the trigger and launch a second action against China at the World Trade Organisation (WTO), this time over Beijing’s imposition of hefty tariffs on wine exports. The decision is the latest response from Australia after Beijing launched a year-long economic coercion campaign targeting $20 billion worth of major […]

Facts Matter (June 18): Exclusive Interview: New Audit Timeline, Final Report Expected Date

The Michigan State Senate passed several election-related bills on Wednesday that would implement stricter voter ID requirements for both in-person and absentee voters. Although Gov. Gretchen Whitmer will likely veto these bills, lawmakers say that they have a plan. And on Thursday, the Supreme Court in a unanimous ruling said that a Catholic foster care […]

Santa Ana Increases Its Immigration Defense Fund

City council in Santa Ana, Calif., is bolstering its immigrant deportation defense fund by $100,000, bringing the taxpayer-backed program’s funding to $300,000. The fund helps immigrants who are facing potential deportation secure an attorney that would otherwise be difficult to afford. Santa Ana is the only Orange County city to provide such a service. “[Santa Ana provides] legal […]

Georgia Investigator’s Notes Detail ‘Massive’ Issues During 2020 Election

Newly published notes jotted down by an election monitor detail a slew of issues witnessed in Georgia’s largest county during the 2020 election. Carter Jones was tapped by Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to observe firsthand the election in Fulton County. His notes detail what he saw from Nov. 2 to Nov. 7, 2020. […]

Sidney Powell Summoned to Michigan Court for Sanctions Hearing: Judge

Attorney Sidney Powell and other lawyers who filed lawsuits to support former President Donald Trump’s claims about the 2020 election were summoned by a judge to a sanctions hearing in Michigan. U.S. District Judge Linda Parker ordered Powell—who filed a series of third-party lawsuits in Michigan and other states—and the other lawyers to appear at […]

[Premiering at 8PM ET] Kash’s Corner: How a Porous Border Facilitates Narcoterrorism

How are Mexican drug cartels partnering with foreign terrorist organizations like Hamas? In this episode of Kash’s Corner, Kash and Jan discuss the national security threats at the southern border, the deteriorating situation in Venezuela, and what’s going on with Kash’s Twitter impersonator. Follow Epoch TV on Facebook and Twitter.