Day: September 9, 2022

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Police said two people were arrested after a “cache of illegal materials” for manufacturing Ghost Guns was recovered.

An investigation by the Rural Illegal Firearms Trafficking Team (RIFTT) found nearly 200 ghost gun frames, handgun slides, two assault weapons, rifles, firearm magazines, ammunition, and numerous parts and tools to make ghost guns. recovered. Los Angeles Police Department. The Ghost Gun, an untraceable, self-assembled firearm often combined with parts sold online, was subject to […]

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South Carolina Senate fails to pass near-total abortion ban after Republican lawmakers filibuster

CNN — South Carolina’s Republican-led Senate unable to pass legislation After a handful of Republican senators teamed with Democrats to block the bill, instead of trying to ban nearly all abortions at all stages of pregnancy without exceptions for rape and incest, states already restricted chose to modify the abortion law. The failure of the […]

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World’s olive oil supply threatened by worst drought ‘in living memory’

The olive trees at Green Gold Olive Oil Company’s Finca Fuensantilla in Beas del Segura, Spain, have been hit by record temperatures and lack of rainfall this year. (Alfredo Cáliz/Panos/Redux on CNN) Nearly a century ago, Manuel Heredia Jarcon’s grandparents planted olive trees in their 1,200-acre orchard in Andalusia, Spain. The trees are known for […]

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Man arrested for damaging store, spraying people with fire extinguisher | Crime and Court

WATERLOO — Police have arrested a man who allegedly demolished a store and sprayed an employee with a fire extinguisher. John Edward Thompson, 60, was arrested Thursday for first degree criminal conduct, disorderly conduct and two counts of assault at 412 Ray Street. The bond was set at $18,000. Authorities allege Thompson walked into Independence […]

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Kamala Harris questions ‘activist’ Supreme Court’s integrity after abortion ruling

“I think this is an activist’s court,” Harris said when asked if he still had confidence in the High Court. interview Clip released Friday with NBC News’ Chuck Todd. “We have had a right established for almost half a century: the right of women to make decisions about their bodies.” The response was one of […]

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Local mascot issue still sparking debate at Cambridge School Board meeting

Special to Evan Lawrence Post Star CAMBRIDGE — Two members of the Cambridge School Board sparred on Thursday evening in a presentation at last month’s conference by the Executive Director of the Native American Guardians Association, André Velaudeau. At the board’s August meeting, Velvet introduced himself as a social scientist and claimed to show that […]

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Washington State School District Strikes

Washington isn’t the only school district to go on strike this week. Seattle teachers also walked. In a separate statement, the Ridgefield Education Association (REA) and the RSD acknowledged that talks had progressed but that no final agreement could be reached. “The district and REA met in negotiation sessions this Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday,” […]

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Ted Cruz clarifies basic things about Donald Trump and 2024

Cruz was one of Trump’s most outspoken critics during the 2016 presidential election. He called Trump “giggling coward“a”pathological liar‘, ‘totally immoral,’ he also pointed out refused to support Trump at the Republican National Convention that year. Trump was not irresponsible (don’t be surprised). He suggested that Cruise’s wife was unattractive, that Cruise was hiding behind […]

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Yeshiva University does not have to admit LGBTQ student groups for now, Sotomayor rule

The Order of Sotomayor, which has jurisdiction over the lower courts in this case, states that the full Supreme Court still looking into the issue We will issue a more permanent order later. For now, universities are temporarily protected from the need to recognize groups. The case is complicated by breaking point issues, including a […]

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MLB Rules Changed, Players Frustrated

A pitch timer limits the amount of time a pitcher can take between pitches. A pitcher is allowed a maximum of 15 seconds between pitches if the base is empty and a maximum of 20 seconds if he has at least one person on base. This change is expected to speed up the pace of […]

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