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ColleenRedding

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  1. By Rachel Amran, The Kyiv Independent news desk Both chambers of the U.S. Congress approved a short-term stopgap spending bill to avoid a partial government shutdown through the fall, sending it for signature to President Joe Biden. Earlier this month, Congress pass
  2. By Aila Slisco A judge appointed by former President Donald Trump sided with one of President Joe Biden 's immigration policies in a surprise ruling on Friday. U.S. District Judge Drew Tipton ruled against Texas and 20 other Republican-led states challenging a Biden administration p
  3. By Kelly Rissman A Wisconsin oversight panel recommended felony charges against a fundraising committee for Donald Trump and a Republican state lawmaker, accusing them of arranging a scheme to evade campaign finance laws . The Wisconsin Ethics Commission claimed that Mr Trump’s Save
  4. President Joe Biden’s Plan B for broad student debt relief just got one step closer to reality. Here's why. By Alia Wong and Zachary Schermele, USA TODAY President Joe Biden’s Plan B for broad student debt relief just got one step closer to becoming reality. After hours of talks Thu
  5. By Tori Otten Conservative activist Jack Posobiec joyfully hailed the “end of democracy” at the Conservative Political Action Conference, further emphasizing Republicans’ apparent desire to completely overthrow America as we know it. Posobiec, who helped popularize the “ Pizzagate ”
  6. By Alison Main, CNN The campaign of Democratic presidential candidate Dean Phillips is distancing itself from a consultant who allegedly commissioned a robocall that used artificial intelligence to impersonate President Joe Biden during the New Hampshire primary election. “I’m disg
  7. WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Congress needs to restore reproductive healthcare protections following the Alabama Supreme Court decision regarding in vitro fertilization, White House spokesperson Karine Jean-Pierre said on Friday. The Alabama court ruled that frozen embryos in test tubes
  8. Most phones are waterproof these days, but not all of them. Here's what to do—and what not to do—if your device takes a dunking. By Boone Ashworth, Christina Bonnington It fell in the toilet. Your clumsy partner knocked a glass of water onto it. You forgot it was in your pocket whe
  9. By Natasha Bulowski Hydrogen production is touted by the Canadian government and others around the world as a clean alternative to fossil fuel use, but climate-impact assessments are vulnerable to miscalculations, according to new research by the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF). I
  10. By Rebecca Dyer, Hamilton College and Keelah Williams, Hamilton College Political polarization can be reduced when people are told to think about the personal relevance of issues they might not care about at first glance. We, a social psychologist and an evolutionary psychologist ,
  11. By Raúl Rivas González, Universidad de Salamanca Alaskapox, a virus in the same family as smallpox, cowpox and mpox, claimed its first fatality in January 2024 when an elderly Alaskan man died of the illness. The virus, which was discovered in 2015, had previously resulted in only
  12. By Raúl Rivas González, Universidad de Salamanca Alaskapox, a virus in the same family as smallpox, cowpox and mpox, claimed its first fatality in January 2024 when an elderly Alaskan man died of the illness. The virus, which was discovered in 2015, had previously resulted in only
  13. By Rebecca Dyer, Hamilton College and Keelah Williams, Hamilton College Political polarization can be reduced when people are told to think about the personal relevance of issues they might not care about at first glance. We, a social psychologist and an evolutionary psychologist ,
  14. ZURICH (Reuters) - Switzerland's government said on Wednesday it wants to ban Hamas after the Palestinian militant group's attacks in Israel last year which killed nearly 1,200 people and sparked a war in Gaza. Bern said it was taking action after the attacks on October 7 which ki
  15. By Amelia Neath A Mount Washington hiker admitted he was “unprepared” for the perilous conditions as he apologised to rescuers over their 11-hour mission to save him. Cole Matthes, 22, was hiking on Saturday on Mount Washington in New Hampshire when he began to drift away from his
  16. By Jen Christensen, CNN Hundreds of infants’ lives would be saved and millions of children would breathe easier across the US if the nation’s power grid depended on clean energy and more drivers made the switch to zero-emission vehicles, according to a new report from the American
  17. By Jen Christensen, CNN Menthol cigarette bans are effective at getting people to quit smoking, new research finds. The US Food and Drug Administration has said that a menthol ban is a “top priority,” but public health advocates have accused the Biden administration of dragging its
  18. By Martin Fornusek The U.S. can start delivering defense aid to Ukraine "pretty quickly" once Congress passes a foreign aid bill allocating $60 billion to Kyiv, Pentagon spokesperson Sabrina Singh said during a press briefing on Feb. 20. The Senate passed the $95 billion
  19. By Fredreka Schouten, David Wright and Alex Leeds Matthews, CNN President Joe Biden ’s political operation has expanded its financial advantage over former President Donald Trump ’s campaign as the two men hurtle toward an expected general election confrontation, new filings show. B
  20. By Martin Fornusek German authorities uncovered a major Russian-Eurasian money laundering network, which facilitated an illegal cash flow of tens of millions of euros, the Berlin Public Prosecutor's Office announced on Feb. 20. Searches were carried out in Germany, Malta,

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