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May 25 2022
Families and a rallying community were mourning Wednesday after a gunman killed 21 people — including 19 children — at a Uvalde elementary school.
Officials have not publicly identified all those killed in the attack at Robb Elementary School, although by late Tuesday, families of the slain gathered at a local civic center and the victims’ names began to emerge on social media.The Dallas Morning News
Jan 12 2022
Prince Andrew had his bid to get a civil case which alleges he sexually assaulted Virginia Giuffre dismissed by a U.S. judge on Wednesday.
The BBC reports his lawyers said the case should be thrown out, citing a 2009 deal she signed with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. But a New York judge ruled the claim could be heard.
Prince Andrew has consistently denied theBreitbart News
Jul 21 2022
UPDATE: S.F. teachers union, more officials call on school board member Ann Hsu to resign in wake of racist comments
A San Francisco school board member apologized Tuesday after she made a racist statement, saying one of the biggest challenges in educating Black and brown students was their “unstable family environments” and “lack of parental encouragement to focus on learning.”San Francisco Chronicle
Jul 25 2022
China’s population will start shrinking sooner than expected, threatening its economy years ahead of schedule
Elon Musk's dire warnings of an underpopulation crisis might not be playing out on a global scale. But at least one government is worried about having too few people: China.
The country's long-expected demographic decline is coming faster than anticipated, meaning a threat to its economic model is arriving years ahead of schedule.
On Thursday, Yang Wenzhuang, the head ofFortune
Jan 08 2020
The Queen 'is disappointed' at Harry and Meghan's decision to quit: Palace says talks at 'an early stage' over couple 'stepping back' - amid claims they did NOT tell Her Majesty before announcement
It came after Harry and Meghan wrote on social media: 'After many months of reflection and internal discussions, we have chosen to make a transition this year in starting to carve out a progressive new role within this institution.
'We intend to step back as 'senior' members of the Royal Family and work to become financially independent, while continuing to fully support Her MajestyDaily Mail
Sep 02 2022
Before California Gov. Gavin Newsom attacked Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis in a campaign ad, his in-laws donated money to DeSantis’ campaign through a trust they control, campaign finance records show.
Both governors are running for their second term and are favored to win reelection. Both have been identified by political pundits as a potential presidential matchup, especially after NewsomThe Florida Capital Star
Aug 26 2022
Republicans are pouncing on President Joe Biden’s student loan forgiveness program, launching an ad blitz intended to convince voters the plan is unfair to the working class.
The American Action Network, a conservative organization, will air ads nationwide for the next 10 days featuring actors who portray everyday workers talking about how they have worked extra shifts just to helpWashington Examiner
Jul 26 2022
The reelection campaign of Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., shelled out another $16,500 to her daughter in June, adding to the more than $1.2 million the congresswoman has paid her daughter over the past nearly two decades.
The reelection campaign of Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., shelled out another $16,500 to her daughter in June, adding to the more than $1.2 million the congresswoman hasFox Business
Aug 04 2022
MJ was a tiny, black-haired girl, just 5 years old, when her father admitted to his bishop that he was sexually abusing her.
The father, a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and an admitted pornography addict, was in counseling with his bishop when he revealed the abuse. The bishop, who was also a family physician, followed church policy and called what churchAssociated Press
Aug 31 2022
White House officials say President Biden's decision to cancel between $10,000 and $20,000 in student debt for millions of Americans is fully paid for because of a drop in the federal deficit, an argument that suggests the full cost of the policy will just be piled on top of the national debt.
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