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Ukrainian journalist Maks Levin ‘executed in cold blood,’ report says

Ukrainian journalist Maks Levin ‘executed in cold blood,’ report says

London – Pro-journalist and free speech non-government organization Reporters Without Borders (RSF) says it has evidence that Russian soldiers executed journalist Maks Levin in a… Read More ›

Israeli security forces evacuate Israelis from Turkey after threat

Israeli security forces evacuate Israelis from Turkey after threat

Israel’s National Security Council issued its most severe travel warning for Turkey, putting it on the same level as war-torn states like Afghanistan and Yemen.… Read More ›

Analysis: The single most compelling witness of the January 6 committee hearings so far

Analysis: The single most compelling witness of the January 6 committee hearings so far

  Wandrea “Shaye” Moss was nervous. She couldn’t get the microphone in front of her to work. She initially struggled to find the words to… Read More ›

Iran is the divisive force in the Middle East

Iran is the divisive force in the Middle East

Opinion: Islamic Republic seeks to sow chaos, focusing only on its own interests even if they come at the expense of other nations in the… Read More ›

Deputy: 2 Officers Had Chance To Shoot Uvalde School Gunman

Deputy: 2 Officers Had Chance To Shoot Uvalde School Gunman

  UVALDE, Texas (AP) — Two Uvalde city police officers passed up a fleeting chance to shoot a gunman outside Robb Elementary School before he… Read More ›

Germany to fire up coal stations as Russia squeezes gas supply

Germany to fire up coal stations as Russia squeezes gas supply

  Berlin – Germany must reduce natural gas consumption and increase the burning of coal in order to help fill gas storage facilities for next… Read More ›

Putin lambasts the West and declares the end of ‘the era of the unipolar world’

Putin lambasts the West and declares the end of ‘the era of the unipolar world’

Russian President Vladimir Putin has declared the end of “the era of the unipolar world” in a combative speech that lambasted Western countries at the… Read More ›

‘They’re like our nerd warriors’: How the Treasury Department is waging economic war on Russia

‘They’re like our nerd warriors’: How the Treasury Department is waging economic war on Russia

  Washington – Three months into US-led sanctions designed to crush Russia’s economy for its war in Ukraine, Russia has appeared surprisingly resilient. The ruble… Read More ›

Defense Ministry to show Biden laser defense system, will ask for funds

Defense Ministry to show Biden laser defense system, will ask for funds

The ministry is looking to other organizations and individuals to help fund the project.   The Defense Ministry’s laser interception system project will be presented… Read More ›

FDA advisers endorse 1st COVID-19 shots for kids under 5

FDA advisers endorse 1st COVID-19 shots for kids under 5

Regulators give nod to Moderna and Pfizer vaccines for small children; CDC advisers to decide on formal recommendation, after which shots could be available as… Read More ›

Florida Utility Aims To Eliminate Carbon Emissions By 2045

Florida Utility Aims To Eliminate Carbon Emissions By 2045

  FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — Florida’s largest electricity provider has announced plans to eliminate its carbon emissions by 2045 by halting its fossil fuel… Read More ›

Analysis: Why Ukraine’s longshot bid to join the EU is likely to enrage Putin

Analysis: Why Ukraine’s longshot bid to join the EU is likely to enrage Putin

Four days after Russian forces invaded Ukraine and started a bloody war that shows no signs of ending soon, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky officially applied… Read More ›

US: Iran escalating tensions as satellite images show preparations for rocket launch

US: Iran escalating tensions as satellite images show preparations for rocket launch

Iran does not confirm space mission that comes after five failed launches in a row; analysts believe Tehran to test new satellite-carrying rocket called Zuljanah… Read More ›

Fisher-Price, US Regulators Warn Of Infant Deaths In Rockers

Fisher-Price, US Regulators Warn Of Infant Deaths In Rockers

  WASHINGTON (AP) — Fisher-Price and U.S. product safety regulators are telling parents not to let their infants fall asleep in the company’s rockers after… Read More ›

War in Ukraine reaches pivotal moment that could determine long-term outcome, intelligence officials say

War in Ukraine reaches pivotal moment that could determine long-term outcome, intelligence officials say

  Washington – Ukraine’s military is burning through Soviet-era ammunition that fits older systems as the country pleads with the West to send more heavy… Read More ›

Jan. 6 filing: US marine was jailed for plot to attack synagogue

Jan. 6 filing: US marine was jailed for plot to attack synagogue

The revelation came in a filing by federal prosecutors arguing against a request by an alleged insurgent, Riley Williams, to loosen restrictions pending her trial.… Read More ›

Police In Texas Fatally Shoot Armed Man At Youth Day Camp

Police In Texas Fatally Shoot Armed Man At Youth Day Camp

DUNCANVILLE, Texas (AP) — Police shot and killed a man who fired gunshots at a Dallas-area gymnasium where about 150 children were attending a day… Read More ›

How Trump chose an ‘apparently inebriated’ Giuliani over his campaign team

How Trump chose an ‘apparently inebriated’ Giuliani over his campaign team

  The House committee investigating the January 6 insurrection began methodically dismantling Donald Trump’s election lie during Monday’s public hearing, the first part of its… Read More ›

Dinosaurs had ‘belly buttons,’ new research reveals

Dinosaurs had ‘belly buttons,’ new research reveals

A fossil of a 125-million-year old dinosaur showed proof of belly buttons in at least some dinosaurs, making it the first time one has been… Read More ›

Russians are on the verge of capturing key Ukrainian city. In neighboring Bakhmut those with nowhere else to go brace for their arrival

Russians are on the verge of capturing key Ukrainian city. In neighboring Bakhmut those with nowhere else to go brace for their arrival

Bakhmut, Ukraine – At first glance Bakhmut doesn’t look like a city at war. As we drove into the city in the Donetsk region of… Read More ›