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Sep 30 2023
Lake Tahoe’s internationally revered blue waters — once described “the fairest picture the whole earth affords” by humorist Mark Twain — could instead be muddy brown if not for the late senior senator from California, who died Friday at the age of 90, environmental advocates said. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, who spent her childhood and adult life in the mountainous region, was the “biggest championThe Fresno Bee
Oct 02 2023
GOP Senators Call on Pentagon To Revoke Security Clearance of Official Linked to Iranian Government Group
The Pentagon must immediately revoke the security clearance of a senior official alleged this week to be part of a secret Iranian government-run propaganda network, a coalition of Republican senators said in a Friday letter to the Department of Defense as they launched an investigation into the matter.
Republican lawmakers on the Senate Armed Services Committee have initiated anWashington Free Beacon
Sep 24 2023
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Timely plays by the No. 2 ranked Michigan Wolverines in a 31-7 rout against Rutgers secured their homecoming victory in head coach Jim Harbaugh’s return. Michigan trailed 7-0 after Rutgers quarterback Gavin Wimsatt hit wide receiver Christian Dremel for a 69-yard catch and run on third down and four on the game’s opening drive. The 60-second drive and score were the firstWDIV 4
Oct 01 2023
Former national security officials and Iranian policy experts are raising alarm about a report linking a Pentagon official to the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Ariane Tabatabai currently serves as the chief of staff to the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations and Low Intensity Conflict. She was previously a senior policy advisor to the Department of Defense and a seniorJust The News
Sep 12 2023
When Apple unveils its latest iPhone on Tuesday, the European Union will have left its mark on the US giant's flagship product.
Now the iPhone 15 is expected to have a USB-C charger, instead of Apple's usual Lightning charger, after the EU ordered manufacturers to adopt a common connection.
Brussels said this would make customers' lives easier and reduce waste.International Business Times
Sep 20 2023
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy is expected to address the United Nations Security Council on Wednesday during the second day of the annual General Assembly in New York. The high-profile venue — the UN’s most powerful body, where Russia is a permanent member — will offer him a platform to try to convince countries in the so-called Global South that Moscow bears responsibility for theBloomberg
Sep 07 2023
Legal abortions most likely increased in the United States in the first six months of the year compared with 2020, an analysis of new estimates shows, as states with more permissive abortion laws absorbed patients traveling from those with bans and access to abortion pills via telemedicine continued to expand.
New research from the Guttmacher Institute offers the latest view of legalNew York Times (News)
Sep 27 2023
New York has escalated its security for the state court system following a judgment this week that former President Donald and his adult sons are liable for fraud over their business' property valuations, court journalist Frank Runyeon. "Court officers have been on a heightened state of readiness and officers have been cautioned to remain alert and vigilant both inside courthouses and while onRaw Story
Aug 16 2023
The brutal wildfires that decimated large areas of the Hawaiian island of Maui, including the historic town of Lahaina, may have been caused by damage to power lines. Video footage and electricity grid data coincide to indicate that the first fire on the island may have begun due to a tree falling onto power lines. A security camera at the Maui Bird Conservation Center in the East Maui regionNewsweek
Aug 11 2023
The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration on Friday announced that software used by a contractor experienced a security breach that exposed certain personal information of Indiana Medicaid members. The names, addresses, case numbers and Medicaid numbers of more than 744,000 members of Indiana Medicaid were exposed in the breach, which occurred in the MOVIEit application used byThe Journal Gazette