Day: August 2, 2022

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Mother of Sandy Hook kid confronts conspiracy theorist Alex Jones in court

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Airbnb and new property owner apologize for listing ‘slave hut’

(CNN) — The Airbnb listing for “1830s Slave Cabin” has been removed from the rental site after a TikTok video about the property went viral. The Panther Barn Cottage at Belmont Plantation in Greenville, Mississippi, has been removed by Airbnb, which apologized Monday for posting. The owner has also apologized, saying the cottage listing is […]

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Covid restrictions slow Starbucks sales in China

In the three months to July 3, sales at Starbucks China stores that have been open for at least 13 months fell 44%. “China has faced the most severe COVID disruptions since the pandemic began,” Starbucks China chairman Belinda Wong said on an analyst conference call on Tuesday, discussing the outcome. It was implemented more […]

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A woman in critical condition after being set on fire

BAY CO., MI, (WNEM) – Bay County Sheriff Troy Cunningham said a 51-year-old woman suffered severe burns and sustained serious injuries after she allegedly set herself and her home on fire. A Bay County Sheriff’s Office representative responded to Oakland Mobile Home Park in Williams Township on Saturday, July 30, seeking assistance from the Midland […]

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Judge allows Capitol riot police case against Trump to proceed

A two-paragraph order by Washington, DC District Court Judge Amit Mehta rejects Trump’s claim that he is immune from these lawsuits because his actions fall within the scope of his office. US Capitol Police Officer Brianna Kirkland Marcus Moore, Washington DC Metropolitan Police Department Officer DeDivine K. Carter and Bobby Tavronalleging Trump was responsible for […]

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The Democrats’ Dangerous Bet – CNNPolitics

Their efforts, which have been repeated in multiple primaries so far this year, will face a final test Tuesday night in Michigan. Tuesday’s test case involved Michigan Rep. Peter Meyer, who voted for Democrats and against most of his party to impeach Trump. Meijer also voted to support the creation of a bipartisan independent commission […]

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Wisconsin River Tubing Suspect Charged with Murder, Claims Self Defense

According to court records, 52-year-old Nicolae Mew is charged with one count of first-degree intentional murder and four counts of first-degree intentional murder. At the hearing, state public defender Jeremiah Harrelson said Miu was tubing in the river with his wife and friends when they got separated while searching for his missing cell phone. According […]

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Special counsel says Virginia police officer who pepper-sprayed Army lieutenant should not face state charges

“While the video is very disturbing and frankly disturbing, the use of force by (Cos. Raymond) Gutierrez to take (Caron) Nazario away from the vehicle is a testament to Nazario’s repeated orders to exit the vehicle. and therefore did not violate state law,” special prosecutor and federal attorney Anton Bell wrote after the investigation. Two […]

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Biden administration approves potential billions of dollars in arms sales to Saudi Arabia and UAE

The notification of approval comes just weeks after President Joe Biden met with world leaders in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, in an attempt to improve relations between the United States and Saudi Arabia. The approval came on the same day that the United Nations announced a two-month extension to the armistice in Yemen, a conflict that […]

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Biden’s Al Qaeda Attack Reveals Inconvenient Truths About America’s War on Terror

of killing major terrorist leader They became more and more common as the attacks they used to plan or instigate reduced their impact on the West and the West’s counterterrorism capabilities increased. But taking out al-Qaeda chieftain Ayman Zawahiri on the balcony of one of Kabul’s most posh neighborhoods, a city the US retreated to […]

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