Day: April 16, 2021

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Marjorie Taylor Greene launches ‘America First’ caucus in favor of ‘Anglo-Saxon political tradition’

Punchbowl News got a flyer promote the new caucus, which calls for “common respect for typically Anglo-Saxon political traditions” and pushes a series of conspiracy theories on electoral integrity. The leaflet also described a nativist argument warning that “mass immigration” poses a threat to “America’s long-term existential future as a single country with a unique […]

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DOJ sues Trump ally Roger Stone his wife over alleged unpaid taxes

Roger Stone, a longtime political ally of President Donald Trump, departs following a hearing on the status of the criminal case brought against him by Special Advocate Robert Mueller at the United States District Court of Washington, March 14, 2019. Joshua Roberts | Reuters On Friday, the Justice Department sued Roger Stone, the former staunch […]

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‘It’s a national disgrace’: Biden reacts to mass shootings

President Joe Biden has defended his pledge to pass gun control law and called on Senate Republicans to act on a bill already passed by the House.

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More electrical issues found on some Boeing 737 Max, sources say

A Boeing 737 MAX sits outside the hangar during a media visit to the Boeing plant in Renton, Washington. Matt Mills McKnight | Reuters An electrical problem that led to dozens of Boeing 737 Max’s suspended from service worsened after engineers found similar grounding faults elsewhere in the cockpit, industry sources said on Friday. Airlines […]

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Authorities Identify Indianapolis Shooter

The suspect in the Indianapolis mass shooting was known to federal and local authorities prior to the attack. A family member of the suspected shooter has contacted authorities to warn them of the suspect’s potential for violence, according to three law enforcement sources briefed on the matter. It was not clear when the warning was […]

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Investors look for signs of inflation in earnings in the coming week

Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Source: CNBC Profits will be the focus of investors’ concerns over the coming week, as they wonder if rising costs are squeezing margins and signaling rising inflationary pressures. From Coca-Cola and IBM to Johnson & Johnson and Netflix, investors will hear from a wide range […]

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No casualties have yet been identified, says Deputy Chief Coroner

Alfarena McGinty speaks at a press conference on April 16. Jon Cherry / Getty Images Alfarena McGinty, the deputy chief coroner for the Marion County coroner’s office, said they could not yet identify any of the shooting victims, and the coroner’s office is “conducting our inquest.” “What we usually have to do is wait until […]

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Health

Anxiety at work: a career-shattering condition

Katrina Gay has always worried about her performance at work, but she used anxiety to her advantage by pushing herself to produce quality work. However, after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, she felt a little less in control. “I would wake up in the middle of the night and my heart was racing. […]

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Pregnant women will be offered Covid-19 vaccines in UK

Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi speaks at a press conference in Rome on April 16. Remo Casilli / Pool / AP Italy will see a gradual easing of Covid-19 restrictions from April 26, Prime Minister Mario Draghi said at a press conference on Friday. Students will attend school classes in person in all yellow and […]

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Scientists create human-ape embryos

Human / monkey chimeras – organisms containing cells from at least two species – have survived for up to 20 days in Petri dishes, a team of Chinese and American researchers reported.

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