Month: June 2022

<div>'Checked out': Trump rebukes Ivanka over Jan. 6 testimony</div>

‘Checked out’: Trump rebukes Ivanka over Jan. 6 testimony

Former President Donald Trump on Friday discounted his own daughter’s testimony that the 2020 presidential election results were not fraudulent….

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The January 6 hearings showed why it’s reasonable to call Trump a fascist

The January 6 hearings showed why it’s reasonable to call Trump a fascist

Trump holds up a fist at the Stop the Steal Rally on January 6, 2021. | Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images We…

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US ditches negative COVID test for international visitors

The Biden administration on Friday said it will lift pre-departure testing requirements for all travelers coming into the United States…

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<div>'Real hardship': What you need to know about the inflation report</div>

‘Real hardship’: What you need to know about the inflation report

The surge in U.S. consumer prices in May surprised economists, undercut the Biden administration’s hopes that inflation would moderate in…

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<div>Starbucks Is Punishing Workers for Unionizing</div>

Starbucks Is Punishing Workers for Unionizing

The only unionized Starbucks location in Canada is being excluded from a company-wide pay increase. Why? Because the raise is…

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<div>Electric Cars Won’t Save Us</div>

Electric Cars Won’t Save Us

The electric car will be an important part of a green transition. But our main focus should be moving toward…

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How Democrats plan to win big in Georgia again

How Democrats plan to win big in Georgia again

Black Voters Matter organizers leading a voting rights march in Selma, Alabama, in March 2022. | Brandon Bell/Getty Images Grassroots…

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<div>Emmanuel Macron Vowed to End Homelessness — but His Policies Made It Worse</div>

Emmanuel Macron Vowed to End Homelessness — but His Policies Made It Worse

Emmanuel Macron promised to end homelessness in his first year in office — but over his five-year term, it actually…

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Google gets UK antitrust probe into app payments

Google got a third antitrust probe from U.K’s competition watchdog, adding scrutiny of its app store payments to earlier investigations…

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What happens if you clone Jurassic Park

What happens if you clone Jurassic Park

Kayla Watts (DeWanda Wise) and Dr. Ellie Sattler (Laura Dern) try to hide from a Giganotosaurus in Jurassic World Dominion….

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“Miracles sometimes happen”: The Senate hasn’t given up on gun control — yet

“Miracles sometimes happen”: The Senate hasn’t given up on gun control — yet

Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) prepares to speak during the Moms Demand Action Gun Violence Rally on June 8, 2022, in…

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Why the return to the office isn’t working

Why the return to the office isn’t working

As companies call workers back to the office, many wonder what they’re doing there. | J. Conrad Williams, Jr./Newsday RM…

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Jan. 6 panel lets Trump allies narrate the case against him

Jan. 6 panel lets Trump allies narrate the case against him

The Jan. 6 select committee won’t personally tell the story of Donald Trump’s bid to subvert the 2020 election. Instead,…

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‘It was carnage’: Committee tees up case that Trump fueled Capitol violence

The Jan. 6 select committee opened its case to the American public with one overarching conclusion about the violence that…

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The first January 6 hearing served up surprising revelations — that all point to Trump

The first January 6 hearing served up surprising revelations — that all point to Trump

A video of Donald Trump plays at the first hearing of the January 6 select committee on June 9. |…

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Casinos, coups and life on the breadline with Labour’s Jon Ashworth

Listen on Spotify Apple Music Google Play EN_Google_Podcasts_Badge Created with Sketch. Stitcher Acast Co-host Jack Blanchard speaks to Jon Ashworth,…

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