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Sens. John Kennedy (R-LA) and Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) asked the Department of Justice and the U.S. Marshals Service for Supreme Court travel documents in a June 4 inquiry.
Roe v. Wade Overturned After Half a Century of Imposing Abortion on All US States
More than 20 U.S. states have enacted or are planning restrictions on medically induced abortions following the Supreme Court's Friday, June 24 ruling that overturned nearly 50 years of controversial precedent treating the termination of...
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United Nations Biodiversity Conference Moved to Canada Due to China’s COVID-19 Restrictions
A major United Nations (U.N.) conference on biodiversity has been moved outside of China after the meeting was postponed four times due to the country’s strict COVID-19 travel restrictions. The Secretariat of the Convention on...
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Ontario’s Mississauga Now the 2nd Most Expensive City to Live in North America
Mississauga, Canada’s seventh-largest city, is now the most expensive in the country to live in and the second-most unaffordable large urban area in North America, only behind New York City, according to a recent study....
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Tesla’s Shanghai Factory Back to 70 Percent of Pre-Lockdown Levels: Report
Electric auto maker Tesla's Shanghai plant, Gigafactory 3, has brought productivity back to 70 percent of the 2,600 cars it was building per day before China's "zero-COVID" policies halted their operations on April 1. It's...
Musk: ‘Woke Mind Virus’ Will Make It Impossible for Humanity to Reach Mars
As the world’s wealthiest man haggles over a $44-billion deal to acquire Twitter, he has become more vocal in his condemnation of the far-left ideological trend in Big Tech and other commanding parts of society. ...
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NYC’s Uber Drivers Appeal to Company for Aid as Gas Prices Stay High
Gig economy drivers held a protest in light of high gas prices with their vehicles on Tuesday, March 29, crossing the Brooklyn Bridge into Manhattan and up to the Uber headquarters, hoping for aid from...
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New York’s Museum of Modern Art the Site of a Double Stabbing; Suspect Arrested in Philadelphia
Police apprehended Gary Cabana, 60, on March 15 after he'd allegedly set fire to the Best Western in Philadelphia where he was staying after a knife attack that wounded two staff at Manhattan's Museum of...
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Russia Announces New ‘Humanitarian Corridors’ in Several Ukrainian Cities
Russia's Ministry of Defense has announced that it would be honoring a ceasefire in war-torn Ukraine so as to allow civilians an opportunity to leave current and potential battle zones via "humanitarian corridors." The ceasefire...
Russia Publishes First Estimate of Losses in Ukraine Invasion
The Russian Ministry of Defense on Wednesday, March 2 for the first time gave a number of Russian casualties in the ongoing invasion of Ukraine. According to the Ministry, 498 Russian soldiers "among our comrades...
Survey: Half of Chinese Support ‘Russia’s Interests’ in War on Ukraine
Roughly half of the participants in a poll run on Chinese internet giant NetEase threw in their support for Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, while “none of my business” was the second-most popular option.  The results...
Battle for Kharkov Continues After Ukrainians Beat Off Initial Russian Advance
The entry of Russian troops, mostly light infantry and reconnaissance troops, into the large Ukrainian city of Kharkov in the morning of Feb. 27 met with many setbacks as the defenders destroyed vehicles and took...
Russians May Have Destroyed World’s Biggest Plane, the An-225, in Battle for Ukraine Airport
According to the Ukrainian government, the Antonov An-225 "Mriya" super-heavy transport aircraft was destroyed by invading Russian troops during the fight for a key airport outside Kiev. Located in Hostomel, west of Kiev, the An-225...