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Oct 19 2020
Get outta town! Seriously—if you started this year as a resident of one of America's megalopolises, there's a good chance that you've at least considered leaving, whether or not you followed through. In the midst of a pandemic that has closed or restricted access to so many of the things that make otherwise crowded and expensive cities enjoyable while simultaneously normalizing the practice ofReason
Oct 07 2015
They will turn the data over to the FBI.Townhall
Aug 05 2021
A private jet owned by climate czar John Kerry's family has flown 16 times this year, according to FlightAware records.
Kerry is President Joe Biden's adviser for lowering greenhouse gas emissions. Private jets have been estimated to emit upward of 40 times as much carbon per passenger as commercial flights, Fox News said.
"Secretary Kerry travels commercially or via military airNewsmax (News)
Apr 12 2016
Should the National Security Agency (NSA) Continue to Collect Phone and Email Metadata on US Citizens?
The 2016 Presidential candidates stances on NSA data collection.ProCon.org
May 28 2020
A pandemic of the novel coronavirus has now killed more than 355,000 people worldwide.
Over 5.6 million people across the globe have been diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the new respiratory virus, according to data compiled by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. The actual numbers are believed to be much higher due to testingABC News (Online)
Dec 23 2020
Following Joe Biden’s narrow presidential win in Georgia, early voting is underway in the state’s Jan. 5 runoff election for two U.S. Senate seats, races that will determine whether both chambers of Congress are led by Democrats during the first years of the new administration. Once a reliably Republican state, Georgia has received much attention for the increasing racial and ethnic diversityPew Research Center
Aug 24 2021
Prices for office buildings across the United States remain low after eighteen months of the COVID-19 pandemic, including in its most expensive cities.
According to a new report from real estate data firm CommercialEdge, average sale prices dropped to $284 a square foot on office buildings in central business districts nationwide this year. This comes after prices hit a peak of $400 aInternational Business Times
Jul 22 2019
Americans will now get compensation for losses tied to one of the biggest data security failures ever.
Credit-reporting company Equifax has agreed to pick up the tab in a proposed deal with the Federal Trade Commission, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and 50 states and territories to settle allegations that it did not implement sufficient security measures to protect its network.USA TODAY
Jun 17 2022
International Courts Prosecuting Leaders Like Putin for War Crimes Have a Mixed Record – But Offer Clues on How to get a Conviction
This piece originally appeared on The Conversation, which AllSides rates as Lean Left. It was written by Victor Peskin, an Associate Professor of Politics and Global Studies at Arizona State University. The writer's bias has not been rated.
There have been mounting calls from Ukrainian and other activists and political leaders to prosecute Russian"The Conversation" Contributor
Nov 19 2020
Australian health minister Greg Hunt said recently the government is on track to deliver COVID-19 vaccines from March 2021.
US biotech firm Moderna has just announced its COVID-19 vaccine has 95% efficacy, following on the heels of Pfizer’s claimed 90% efficacy and the Russian Sputnik V vaccine’s 92% efficacy, albeit based on limited data and yet to be peer-reviewed.
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