Senate Democrats Struggle To Pass A $430 Billion Climate And Drug Bill

Senate Democrats Struggle To Pass A $430 Billion Climate And Drug Bill

President Joe Biden’s policy priorities, including combating climate change, cutting the costs of prescription drugs for the elderly, and increasing taxes on companies and the rich, are being debated in the United States Senate, which began discussing the Democratic measure on Saturday. The legislation was passed on by the Senate 51-50 and now there is […]

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In a "Pre-Emptive Operation," Israel Bombs the Gaza Strip for the Second Day in a Row

In a “Pre-Emptive Operation,” Israel Bombs the Gaza Strip for the Second Day in a Row

After two days of “pre-emptive” Israeli airstrikes against a Palestinian militant group, people in the Gaza Strip were getting ready for a new round of war on Saturday. Friday, Israeli warplanes hit several places in the blockaded territory. This was part of a surprise operation called “Breaking Dawn,” which the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) said […]

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Taiwan says China military drills appear to simulate attack

Taiwan claims that China’s military exercises appear to be based on a pre-attack scenario

China’s capital city, Beijing (AP) — The country’s capital city, Beijing (AP) — Beijing has reacted angrily to U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taipei by conducting a series of military maneuvers that look to simulate an attack on Taiwan, according to a statement from Taiwan on Saturday. Ministry of National Defense: Taiwan’s armed […]

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After the Stop-Fireplace Gaza Wakes to a Sea of Rubble

After the Stop-Fireplace Gaza Wakes to a Sea of Rubble

The injury in Gaza was incomparable. Israeli airstrikes killed greater than 230 individuals, destroyed greater than 1,000 housing and industrial items, rendered greater than 750 uninhabitable, and displaced greater than 77,000 individuals, in line with tallies compiled by Gazan officers and the United Nations. Seventeen clinics and hospitals have been broken, in addition to three […]

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After a Second Mass Shooting, Parents Roles Are Being Questioned

After a Second Mass Shooting, Parents Roles Are Being Questioned

Highland Park, Illinois – This Chicago suburb has been in mourning for days after a shooter opened fire at the Fourth of July celebration. Alberto Fuentes arrived at a downtown monument for the deceased, asking himself: Could the 21-year-old suspect’s parents have prevented anything from happening? Mr. Fuentes, 40, stated, “The kid has a problem.” […]

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Tetsuya Yamagami the suspect

Tetsuya Yamagami? Who shot Shinzo Abe and what we know

Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was assassinated on Friday, and police in Tokyo has opened a murder investigation. However, little is known about the suspect, who was apprehended at the scene of the deadly shooting. Less than five hours after being shot while giving a campaign speech in front of a small audience on […]

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Biden Signs an Executive Action to Protect Abortion Rights

Biden Signs an Executive Action to Protect Abortion Rights

On Friday, President Joe Biden signed an executive order in response to the Supreme Court’s historic decision overturning Roe v. Wade. This executive order, according to the President, will defend women’s right to choose whether or not to have an abortion and the confidentiality of their medical records. It will also create an interagency task […]

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Ladies Posing in Youngsters’s Clothes Fad Sparks Physique-Shaming Issues

Ladies Posing in Youngsters’s Clothes? Fad Sparks Physique-Shaming Issues

Uniqlo China’s children’s clothing section has a surprise new customer base: teenage girls. Girls are posing for selfies in their dressing rooms while wearing kids’ T-shirts from a Japanese fashion giant in the latest viral crisis to sweep Chinese social media. Debate on whether or not it promotes body-shaming has erupted, with experts raising concerns […]

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With French Election Looming, It Is Macron In opposition to the Proper

With French Election Looming, It Is Macron In opposition to the Proper

INTERNATIONAL HEADQUARTERS With no credible left-wing candidate, a disgruntled populace, and a clear favorite who hasn’t yet announced his campaign, France is facing an unusual presidential election in just seven weeks, which could result in a high abstention rate. Another method to keep his opponents guessing comes from 44-year-old President Emmanuel Macron. He has chosen […]

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A Sandstorm in China Revives Memories of Airpocalypses Past

A Sandstorm in China Revives Memories of Airpocalypses Past

Xi Jinping encouraged Inner Mongolian Communist Party members to keep up their efforts to repair the environment when they met last week. Aside from money and silver mountains, he said, “clear streams and green mountains” are equally valued. When it comes to pollution in China, it was a stark reminder of exactly how bad things […]

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