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Kamala’s North Korea Blunder Latest In Long Line Of Awkward Gaffes

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Inadvertently, Vice President Kamala Harris praised the United States's strong alliance and the "Republic of North Korea," during a speech at The Demilitarized Zone on Korea Peninsula. This was likely to be referring to the "Republic of Korea," also known as South Korea. This slip-up occurred during Harris's first visit at the DMZ on Thursday. Harris had pledged that the...

Nearly 50 Sheriff’s Deputies Deprived of Guns, Badges Due to Unsatisfactory Psych Exam Scores

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Following an investigation that found they scored less than satisfactory on psychological tests, dozens of California county sheriff's deputy officers were stripped of their weapons and badges. The outlet reported that Devon Williams, a 24-year-old Alameda County deputy, failed his psychological test and was arrested for allegedly murdering a woman he was in a relationship. A case-related audit revealed that...

Water Sucked Out Of Tampa Bay From Hurricane Ian

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Residents of Tampa Bay are sharing photos of empty beaches as the tidewater recedes after Hurricane Ian. These images show large areas of mudflats in the path of Hurricane Irma as it nears, with winds just shy if Category 5 hurricane strength along Florida's Gulf Coast. New pictures from friends in Tampa #FL as Hurricane #Ian has sucked the water out...

Pelosi Pushes Bill Banning Lawmakers From Trading Stock

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House Democrats introduced Tuesday's "Combatting Financial Conflicts of Interest in Government Act", which would prohibit federal employees from trading stocks. This legislation was introduced to address conflicts of interest previously reported on the Hill, and to prevent future abuses. If passed, this legislation would be applicable to members of Congress, each officer or employee of legislative branch, the president, vice president,...

Tucker Carlson Fuels Suspicion U.S. Behind Nord Stream Sabotage

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Tucker Carlson, Fox News host, joined a suspicious chorus of internet voices Tuesday to point fingers at the U.S. in the sabotage of Nord Stream gas pipes as a deep-sea mystery that grew. Two Russian-owned pipelines, which were damaged on Monday on the Baltic Sea floor, have been spewing natural gases up to the surface ever since. Although the pipelines...

Newsom Signs Controversial Abortion Bill Pro-Life Advocates Claim Decriminalizes Infanticide

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California Governor. Gavin Newsom signed Tuesday. One piece of legislation made pro-life advocates sick. Assembly bill 2223 would ban coroners from conducting an inquest following fetal death "related or following known or suspected criminally induced abortion." It would also clarify that the Reproductive Privacy Act does not allow for the criminalization of pregnancy loss. Newsom signed the bill and promised to...

Manchin’s Energy Permitting Proposal Stripped From Funding Bill After GOP, Progressive Opposition

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After he had not received enough support for his proposal, Sen. Joe Manchin asked Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer Tuesday to remove the language allowing energy permits from a funding bill. Manchin, D.W.Va. said that "it is regrettable that members of the United States Senate allow politics to put energy security of our country at risk." "A failed vote on something...

European Officials Allege Russia’s Energy Pipelines Into Europe Were Sabotaged

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Both Nord Stream 1 (Russian natural gas pipeline) and Nord Stream 2 (Russian natural gas pipeline into Europe), experienced leakages near Sweden and Denmark. Mette Frederiksen, Denmark's Prime Minister, stated that the leaks were not coincidences and were difficult to imagine. It is believed that the first leak occurred overnight and was discovered early Monday morning in the NS2 corridor...

Pharmaceutical Company Settles for $900M to Resolve Allegations of Providing Kickbacks to Physicians

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Biogen Inc., a drug company that makes multiple sclerosis medications, has agreed to settle for $900 Million to end allegations that it paid kickbacks to doctors and submitted false claims to Medicare or Medicaid. The Justice Department announced Monday. Michael Bawduniak (an ex-employee of Biogen) filed the lawsuit against Massachusetts-based Biogen alleging that the company provided kickbacks to doctors in...

Liberal State Effort To Decriminalize Hard Drugs Turns Disastrous, Critics Say

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According to ABC's KATU, critics of Oregon's Drug Addiction Treatment and Recovery Act have voiced their disapproval at the failure to stop hard drug addiction to substances such as meth, heroin and cocaine. In 2020, the act was intended to make hard drugs less criminal and provide treatment for addicts. However, overdose rates have risen 20% since 2022, KATU reported. Although...