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Feb 16 2023
Canada's women are negotiating for a new collective bargaining agreement that would give them equal pay with their male counterparts. They say they haven’t yet been paid for 2022. The Canadian women wore purple shirts during the pregame national anthems that read “Enough Is Enough.” Before kickoff, U.S. players linked arms with their Canadian counterparts in the center circle in a show ofThe Boston Globe
Dec 28 2022
A spacious house built in 1948 located in the 700 block of Southampton Drive in Palo Alto has new owners. The 2,535-square-foot property was sold on Dec. 13, 2022 for $4,000,000, or $1,578 per square foot. The property features three bedrooms, three baths, a garage, and one parking space. There’s also a pool in the backyard. The unit sits on an 8,308-square-foot lot. Additional houses haveSan Jose Mercury News
Feb 13 2023
The Detroit Lions enjoyed a solid finish to the 2022-23 season, but as positive as was, it was nothing like the end the Kansas City Chiefs had. Once again the best team in the league, the Chiefs claimed their second Super Bowl in three years, and have perhaps started to take the look of the NFL’s latest dynasty in the process. Given this situation, there’s plenty that the Lions can learn fromHeavy.com
Feb 16 2023
New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara and three others have been indicted by a Clark (Nevada) County grand jury for an alleged beating at Drai’s Nightclub in Las Vegas last year, according to a report. Kamara, Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Chris Lammons and two other men are facing criminal charges for an incident outside of a Strip nightclub on Feb. 5, 2022, per 8 News Now. The fourUSA TODAY
Feb 16 2023
Emergencies Act Inquiry to Release Its Report on Feb. 17 Commissioner Paul Rouleau responds to counsels’ requests during proceedings at the Public Order Emergency Commission in Ottawa on Nov. 1, 2022. (The Canadian Press/Adrian Wyld) The report into the first-time use of the Emergencies Act by the Trudeau government last year will be tabled in Parliament on Feb. 17, the Public Order EmergencyThe Epoch Times
Nov 09 2022
Donald Trump Jr’s early evening prediction of a “bloodbath” at the midterm elections did not come to pass, with the race to control Congress still tight early Wednesday as Democrats defied expectations by pulling off victories in several battleground states, while a number of right-wing Republican candidates fizzled out.
Both chambers of Congress are still in play early Wednesday,Forbes
Mar 16 2023
Election misinformation has been a specialty for ABC’s The View; for instance, last year they defended election denialism of the 2016 results from Democrats. On Thursday, they were back at it with attacks on Georgia Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene and her district with dangerous lies about it being “gerrymandered.” They also insisted voters were not having their voices heard inNewsBusters
Jan 12 2023
Former President Donald Trump is planning to hold his first public campaign event of the year in South Carolina, in what aides are portraying as a first step into a more public phase of his 2024 White House run.
Trump is slated to make an appearance in late January in Columbia, S.C. It will not be a rally, his advisers said, but will be a more “intimate” event where he will roll out hisPolitico
Feb 16 2023
Father who helped alleged Highland Park July 4 parade shooter get gun license pleads not guilty in reckless conduct case
The father of the Illinois man accused of carrying out a massacre during an Independence Day parade has pleaded not guilty to charges linking him to the attack. Robert Crimo Jr. was indicted Wednesday on eight counts alleging reckless conduct for helping his son, Robert Crimo III, get an identification card that enabled him to own guns and ammunition as a teen. Crimo III is accused of using aLaw & Crime
May 09 2023
Media Bias Alert: Left Sees a Judge Without Ethics, Right Sees Another Attack on a Conservative Court
Did Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas commit serious ethical violations to the point where the court needs a set of standards, and Thomas should be ousted? Or are his critics in the media and politics motivated by political biases more than the ethical issues themselves?
In April 2023, reports emerged that Thomas had received gifts from GOP donor Harlan Crow and did not discloseClare Ashcraft