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S&P Ratings Warn Evergrande Might Not Receive Support From Beijing, Worrying Investors
S&P Global Ratings has warned that Chinese real estate company, China Evergrande, which is currently facing financial issues, might not receive any aid from Beijing as some experts believe.  Evergrande has raked up a massive...
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Summit Discusses Forced Organ Harvesting: A ‘Vision of the World That We Are All Fighting Against’
The first half of the six-part World Summit on Combating and Preventing Forced Organ Harvesting, held online, concluded on Sept. 19, drawing a large audience with over 200,000 view, brought together professionals from around the...
Evergrande Fails to Pay $83.5-Million Interest Payment
Chinese real estate giant, Evergrande, has failed to pay off its interest payments due on Sept. 23, deepening worries that the business is going to collapse and threaten China’s financial system.  The firm was due...
The Biden Administration’s Decision to Ration Monoclonal Antibodies Is Putting Lives At Risk
The Biden administration’s recent move to ration monoclonal antibody treatments is putting lives of people infected with COVID-19 at further risk. The antibodies are believed to stem the effects of the infection once administered to...
Counterfeit Ballots Allegedly Cast in 2020 Election, Georgia Judge Wants More Information
U.S. Superior Court Judge, Brian Amero, has asked the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) and the state’s election investigators to submit information about the investigations conducted into allegations that last year’s presidential election involved the...
Hundreds of Employees at North Carolina Hospital Suspended For Not Following COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate
Charlotte-based hospital system, Novant Health, recently announced that they have suspended 375 employees after the workers failed to comply with the organization’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate.  Novant had set a deadline of Sept. 15 for all...
Thousands of United Airlines Employees at Risk of Being Placed on Unpaid Leave; United Sued Over Vaccine Mandate
United Airlines is facing scrutiny after six of its employees filed a lawsuit against the airline company claiming its "draconian" COVID-19 vaccine policy is discriminatory towards its workers. The class action lawsuit was filed before...
FDA Approves COVID-19 Boosters for Seniors, People at High Risk; Pfizer Seeks Approval to Vaccinate Children
On Sept. 22, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) amended the Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to allow it to be used as a booster shot among certain populations. The...
Afghan refugees board a bus at Dulles International Airport on August 31, 2021 in Dulles, Virginia. Two men, in unrelated events, were charged with sex crimes against minors and domestic violence while housed at Fort McCoy in Wisconsin. The base is holding almost 13,000 refugees, many of which have been given Visas and will soon be released into the community.
DOJ Charges Two Afghan Refugees at Wisconsin Military Base With Sex Crimes Against Minors, Domestic Violence
The Department of Justice has charged two Afghanistan refugees with serious felonies committed after arriving in the United States while being housed at Fort McCoy in Wisconsin.  In the first case, 20-year-old Bahrullah Noori was...