Hanesbrands CEO warns supply chain issues could persist for months
Hanesbrands CEO Steven Bratspies explained on "Cavuto: Coast to Coast" that his company is experiencing problems "every step of the way" throughout the supply chain. He said consumer demand is also very high, making it difficult to meet Americans' needs.
St. Louis mask mandate faces lawsuit from state official: 'It's not based on science'
Eric Schmitt, attorney general for the state of Missouri, has filed a lawsuit against the City of St. Louis for reinstating a mask mandate. The city’s mandate comes as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is set to recommend Tuesday that some vaccinated individuals resume wearing masks in certain situations to protect against COVID-19, reversing its earlier guidance that only unvaccinated individuals should wear face coverings.
Wealthy Atlanta community files for 'divorce' from city, plans to create own police force amid crime wave
Bill White is leading an effort to separate Buckhead from the city of Atlanta.
Illinois father speaks out against critical race theory: It's a 'complete lie'
As critical race theory gains momentum in schools around the country, calls for the controversial curriculum to be banned grow as well. Ty Smith, a father in Illinois and an outspoken conservative YouTuber, took a firm stance against CRT on 'Varney & Co.' Monday.
Las Vegas welcomes World of Concrete as first major convention since pandemic began
World of Concrete, one of the largest annual conventions, is being held June 8-10 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.