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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene introduces resolution to expel Maxine Waters from Congress

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene introduces resolution to expel Maxine Waters from Congress

In a tweet on Sunday, Greene said Waters was inciting violence when she spoke with demonstrators in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota , on Saturday. "Very soon I'll be introducing a resolution to expel...

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NASA's Ingenuity Mars Helicopter Makes First-Ever Powered Flight on Another Planet

NASA's Ingenuity Mars Helicopter Makes First-Ever Powered Flight on Another Planet

NASA is about to find out what happened. The mission team has received altimetry data confirming it flew this morning at 6:46 ET. Nasa has already approved a helicopter mission to Titan, the big ...

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Three killed in Kenosha shooting

Three killed in Kenosha shooting

No one has yet been arrested and the suspect is still at large, but police believe it was a targeted attack and that the public are not in any danger. city of Indianapolis by a gunman who is believed ...

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Raul Castro Confirms He's Resigning, Ending Long Era in Cuba

Raul Castro Confirms He's Resigning, Ending Long Era in Cuba

This year's meeting was always been described as "the Congress of Continuity" by Jose Ramon Machado, the second secretary of the Central Committee of PCC, who said the congress will realize a "gradual...

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Indianapolis shooting leaves 4 Sikhs dead, Twitter calls it a racist attack

Indianapolis shooting leaves 4 Sikhs dead, Twitter calls it a racist attack

As employees' relatives, friends and colleagues gathered at a nearby hotel afterward, some expressed frustration at being unable to reach workers at the site, where company policy bars many employees ...

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Coronavirus variant first detected in India found in the UK

Coronavirus variant first detected in India found in the UK

Seventy-seven cases of a really nasty India variant that affects younger people already here? Among the variants of concern are those first detected in Kent, South Africa, and Brazil. "We don't yet ...

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Biden backtracks on keeping Trump cap on refugees

Biden backtracks on keeping Trump cap on refugees

Upholding the xenophobic and racist policies of the Trump admin, incl the historically low + plummeted refugee cap, is flat out wrong. He will set the annual global refugee admissions cap to 125,000, ...

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Gunman Kills 8 At FedEx Warehouse In Indianapolis

Gunman Kills 8 At FedEx Warehouse In Indianapolis

Police said multiple people had been shot but did not confirm the number or their status. Liberals also chafed at one right wing commentators' description of the boy who was shot dead by police a Ch...

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Russian Federation studies ‘reciprocity’ action against USA after latest sanctions

Russian Federation studies ‘reciprocity’ action against USA after latest sanctions

Biden said there were "critical global challenges that require Russian Federation and the United States to work together, including reining in nuclear threats from Iran and North Korea, ending this ...

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United States imposes wide array of sanctions on Russian Federation for 'malign' actions

United States imposes wide array of sanctions on Russian Federation for 'malign' actions

Treasury Department . Among the actions, President Joe Biden issued an executive order authorising the U.S. government to sanction any sector of the Russian economy and used it to restrict Russ...

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Unnamed Officer Involved in January 6 Shooting Death Won’t Be Charged

Unnamed Officer Involved in January 6 Shooting Death Won’t Be Charged

The U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia and the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division closed the case after a "thorough investigation", a release from the department said. Accordi...

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Minnesota cop will be charged in shooting of Daunte Wright

Minnesota cop will be charged in shooting of Daunte Wright

Brooklyn Center Mayor Mike Elliott had said he hoped Potter's resignation would "bring some calm to the community", but that he would keep working toward "full accountability under the law". Riot po...

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Joe Biden's dog Major to get private training after two biting incidents

Joe Biden's dog Major to get private training after two biting incidents

And, to help him, he'll have a few weeks of training in the Washington D.C. area. Shortly before that incident, Major caused what the White House said was a minor injury to a Secret Service em...

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UK To Follow US Pullout From Afghanistan By September

UK To Follow US Pullout From Afghanistan By September

According to sources close to the Biden administration who have spoken to the USA media channels, the United States forces withdrawal from Afghanistan will be completed by 9/11, 2021 which will be o...

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Japanese government approves plan to release treated Fukushima water into sea

Japanese government approves plan to release treated Fukushima water into sea

The Japanese government plans to dilute the contaminated water before releasing it so that some harmful substances can be reduced to allowable levels. The US State Department, however, said Japan had ...

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Trump Predicts GOP Will Retake Congress in 2022, White House in 2024

Trump Predicts GOP Will Retake Congress in 2022, White House in 2024

Mr. Trump again complained about fraud in the 2020 election during his speech, according to a source. GOP officials have repeatedly tried to downplay the fundraising tensions and see Trump's par...

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Minnesota police shoot, kill man after traffic stop

Minnesota police shoot, kill man after traffic stop

The officer who shot him has not yet been identified. Police said Brooklyn Centre officers wear body-worn cameras and they also believe dash cameras were activated during the incident. Police fired ...

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Vincent warns of volcanic eruption, orders thousands to evacuate

Vincent warns of volcanic eruption, orders thousands to evacuate

He said at a cabinet media conference recently, that the Moroccan Hotel, as well as several other apartment complexes in Picard, Portsmouth have been identified to house residents of Saint Vincent and...

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Seventh day of Chauvin murder trial begins — George Floyd death

Seventh day of Chauvin murder trial begins — George Floyd death

Chauvin, 45, is charged with murder and manslaughter in Floyd's death in May. Mr Arradondo, the city's first black police chief , fired Mr Chauvin and three other officers the day after Mr Floyd...

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Peel medical officer of health is closing schools for two weeks

Peel medical officer of health is closing schools for two weeks

While the province's education minister and other officials insist schools are safe, critics question how many children and youth may be coming to class asymptomatic but contagious. There are now 1,...

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COVID-19 vaccination appointments

COVID-19 vaccination appointments

The new system will kick off the next phase of the largest vaccination program in B.C. history, with millions of people expected to be immunized, she said. When they are eligible, adults can register ...

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Jordan Accuses Prince Hamzah of Undermining Country’s Security

Jordan Accuses Prince Hamzah of Undermining Country’s Security

In the video, Prince Hamzah said a senior official had told him he was not allowed to go out or communicate with people because of criticisms of the government or king voiced at meetings where he ha...

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St Lucia extends condolences to Taiwan after train crash

St Lucia extends condolences to Taiwan after train crash

Officials said Friday's devastating collision, which killed at least 51 people and injured almost 190, was caused when a parked railway maintenance vehicle slipped down an embankment and onto the tr...

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Statement from Warden Bob Crate on provincial shutdown — RELEASE

Statement from Warden Bob Crate on provincial shutdown — RELEASE

The provincial government's scientific advisors are expected to release new modeling this morning showing the expected impact of the pandemic's third wave over the next few weeks, according to CBC Ca...

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Cases of rare blood clots identified after AstraZeneca Covid-19 jabs

Cases of rare blood clots identified after AstraZeneca Covid-19 jabs

The MHRA said on Friday that of the 30 cases, there had been seven deaths. As of March 24, there were 22 cases of cerebral venous sinus thrombosis and another eight cases of thrombosis with low plat...

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Fully vaccinated people can gather unmasked and indoors for Easter, CDC says

Fully vaccinated people can gather unmasked and indoors for Easter, CDC says

With cases rising in some parts of the country and across the globe, the CDC "is not recommending travel at this time", said agency director Dr. Rochelle Walensky. Jacy Smith, of Shirley, says she thi...

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US Capitol lockdown lifted after one officer, suspect killed in vehicle attack

US Capitol lockdown lifted after one officer, suspect killed in vehicle attack

Law enforcement sources involved in the investigation told CBS News that the suspect in the attack was 25-year-old Noah Green from Indiana. Green is a Nation of Islam follower, according to MSNBC, c...

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Fully vaccinated Americans can resume travel, updated CDC guidance states

Fully vaccinated Americans can resume travel, updated CDC guidance states

The CDC now says that fully vaccinated people can travel at a low risk to themselves, and so long as COVID-19 precautions are taken - including mask-wearing and social distancing - those people can tr...

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Australia lifts Brisbane lockdown as Covid cases dwindle

Australia lifts Brisbane lockdown as Covid cases dwindle

On Wednesday, it emerged a vaccinated nurse working at the hospital had tested positive to Covid-19 after likely catching the virus from a returned traveller. Seven new COVID-19 cases have been detect...

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Vienna meeting signals new push to revive Iran nuclear deal

Vienna meeting signals new push to revive Iran nuclear deal

World powers and Iran agreed Friday to meet for talks next week in Vienna on the nuclear deal with Tehran, with mediators to hold "separate contacts" with the United States , the European Union s...

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California shooting at workplace leaves several dead

California shooting at workplace leaves several dead

The police statement said an "officer-involved shooting" had occurred and that the situation had since been "stabilized" with no further threat to the public. Some facts reported by the media may late...

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Biden proposal: $174 billion for EVs, new funds for renewable power

Biden proposal: $174 billion for EVs, new funds for renewable power

To assist workers displaced by the transition away from fossil fuels, the plan also includes $16 billion to employ hundreds of thousands of workers to plug orphan oil and gas wells and clean up abando...

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President Trump launches website to advance 'America First' agenda

President Trump launches website to advance 'America First' agenda

The website allows users to "share their thoughts" with the 45th President of the United States and his wife Melania. The "About" section contains a glowing 850-word synopsis of his time in office, ...

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'Don't make plans for Easter': Ford

'Don't make plans for Easter': Ford

Vaccines are here. Summer is coming. The OMA says that doctors remain troubled by the exponential growth of COVID variants across the province. "And if we need to take action, and put on the emergen...

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No lawsuits or claims for Suez blockage yet, shipowner says

No lawsuits or claims for Suez blockage yet, shipowner says

At least 113 container ships have passed through the Suez Canal that was blocked by a massive cargo container, chairman of the Suez Canal Authority (SCA) Osama Rabie said on Tuesday. Investigations we...

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