Day: August 19, 2022

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Nicaraguan police put Catholic bishop Rolando Alvarez under house arrest after raid on parish

Police broke into the headquarters of the Diocese of Matagalpa and arrested Bishop Rolando Alvarez and others, authorities said in a statement issued to social media. The statement did not specify the reason for the arrest, but said it was part of an investigation into “destabilizing and provocative” activities in the country that began on […]

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Liz Cheney says Jan. 6 commission still wants to hear directly from Pence

“Look, he played a key role on Jan. 6. If he had succumbed to the pressure Donald Trump put on him, we would have been in a much worse constitutional crisis,” Wyoming said. A state Republican said. “And I think he clearly has concerns about executive privilege, as he has expressed. I respect that very […]

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Major races remaining on major calendars for 2022

Over the next four weeks, the remaining seven states will complete their primaries, finalizing the status of the Senate, House, and Governor heading into the fall. (Louisiana, which uses a majority voting system in which all candidates, regardless of party, participate in the same ballot in her November, is the only exception.) Below is a […]

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Monkeypox cancels LGBTQ events, but what are the risks

The massive six-day festival from September 1-5 will continue as planned, as it has always been since 1973, except during the hurricanes and the first two years of the Covid-19 pandemic. increase. Popular events typically attract about 250,000 people. But concert organizers didn’t think it was worth the risk, given the rise in monkeypox cases, […]

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Opinion: FDA’s New Hearing Aid Regulation Helps Some Hearing Aids, But Leaves Others Out

For someone like me who has hands-on experience with hearing aids, the transition is more complicated. While the FDA’s recent changes certainly help some, they pose a potential danger to consumers and highlight major gaps in care left for many who need them most. I’m here. Notably, coverage of the new regulations is dotted with […]

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Black couple files lawsuit after white colleague claims home’s valuation has increased by nearly $300,000

Nathan Connolly and Shani Mott filed a lawsuit Monday against 20/20 Valuations LLC, its owner Shane Lanham, and loanDepot.com, alleging that defendants 20/20 Valuations LLC and its owner “played their home in an appraisal.” discriminated against the plaintiff by underestimating it.” Despite the plaintiffs’ race and the location of their homes adjoining a black census […]

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Texas dad got into a fight with an alligator — just before daughter’s school day

Mike Trinn, who owns a seafood restaurant in Houston, thought he was joking when his youngest daughter, Caitlin, said there was an alligator outside his front door. According to CNN affiliate KPRC-TV. “It’s my youngest daughter’s first day in middle school,” Torin wrote of his close encounter in a Facebook post. “When she tried to […]

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Supreme Court issues rare emergency order in favor of voters challenging election rules

The move was a rare example of a conservative court siding with voters over state officials in a dispute over election rules, especially when the court was asked to act on the emergency. supreme court Restored A district court ruling requesting that this year’s election of two of the commission’s seats be postponed so that […]

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Iran drops critical ‘red line’ demands as progress on reinstated nuclear deal progresses

In Monday’s response to the European Union’s proposed nuclear deal draft, The EU describes it as a ‘final’ draft — Iran did not demand the removal of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps from the State Department’s list of foreign terrorist organizations, the official said. “The current version of the text, and what they’re requesting, we’ll […]

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CDC confirms Nebraska child who died after swimming infected with Naegleria fowleri, brain-eating amoeba

The child was believed to have been exposed to Naegleria fowleri while swimming in the shallow waters of the Elkhorn River on Aug. 8, and symptoms began about five days later, county health director Lindsey Hughes said Thursday. said at a press conference. The child was admitted to the hospital within 48 hours of the […]

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