Haitians Say They Got Death Threats for Refusing to Tamper With Moïse EvidenceThe officials, two court clerks and an investigative judge who collected evidence in President Jovenel Moïse’s assassination, are now in hiding.

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Priest sews lips shut to protest Rupert Murdoch's 'silencing' of climate changeA priest with the Church of England sewed his lips shut Monday to protest Rupert Murdoch and News Corporation, which he owns, for 'denial of the climate emergency,' according to a press release from Christian Climate Action. Murdoch owns numerous media outlets worldwide, including Fox News in the United States.

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Media Outlets Called Out for Framing of Covid Cases in Fully VaxedAt a time when when much of the public is refusing to get the vaccine, NBC News

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Most Australians comfortable with vaccination passports for domestic travel and venues, poll revealsApproval for both Scott Morrison and Anthony Albanese slides in latest Guardian Essential survey

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NASA Chooses Falcon Heavy Over SLS to Launch Europa Clipper, Saving About $2 BillionThe bureaucracy of government control is slowly fading away in space exploration, at least in the US.  A series of delays, cost overruns, and imposed requirements have finally started taking its toll on the Space Launch System (SLS), the next generation NASA rocket system.  Now, the space agency has finally conceded a point to the … Continue reading 'NASA Chooses Falcon Heavy Over SLS to Launch Europa Clipper, Saving About $2 Billion'

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Tucker Carlson Summers With Viktor Orban, Touted As Speaker At Budapest Far-right GatheringFox News host Tucker Carlson is billed as a speaker at a...

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U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham says he tested positive for COVID-19Republican U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham revealed on Monday that he has tested positive for COVID-19 despite being vaccinated, has flu-like symptoms and will be self-quarantining for 10 days.

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Officer who responded to January 6 attack is third to die by suicideA DC police officer who responded to the US Capitol insurrection has died by suicide, according to the Metropolitan Police Department.

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Wall Street is buying up family homes. The rent checks are too juicy to ignoreHousing markets are hotter than ever, and big money is getting in on the act.

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Man who allegedly drove into cyclists in US charged with murder of AustralianShawn Michael Chock charged with murdering 58-year-old Jeremy Barrett after allegedly driving his truck into bike race participants in Arizona

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Treasury Dept to invoke ‘extraordinary measures’ as Congress misses debt-ceiling deadlineThe Treasury Department will begin conducting emergency cash-conservation steps to avoid busting the U.S. debt ceiling.

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Dr. Scott Gottlieb sees Covid vaccine boosters for vulnerable people in U.S. as early as September'My guess is sometime by September or October we will be giving booster shots to older individuals and certainly immunocompromised,' Dr. Scott Gottlieb said.

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U.S. expands Afghan refugee program, citing Taliban violenceThe Biden administration is expanding efforts to help Afghan citizens flee increasing Taliban violence as the U.S. military pullout looms at the end of the month.

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Nearly 14,000 Scientists Warn That Earth's 'Vital Signs' Are Rapidly WorseningIt sounds a bit like the start of a joke - what brings together 14,000 scientists and 1,990 jurisdictions in 34 countries?

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Belarus athlete will fly to Poland after refusing orders to go homeA Belarusian athlete who took refuge in the Polish embassy in Tokyo after refusing her team's orders to fly home from the Olympic Games will travel to Poland on Wednesday, a group of her supporters said.

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Wildfires Break out Across much of Southern Europe with Temperature Reaching 45C in Greece and Turkey Appeals for International HelpWildfires break out across much of southern Europe, with temperature reaching 45C in Greece

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Afghan president blames ‘hasty’ US troop withdrawal for worsening violenceAshraf Ghani comments come as government forces battle to prevent Lashkar Gah falling to the Taliban

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Equinox and SoulCycle to require proof of vaccination starting in SeptemberEquinox Group said its gym members, SoulCycle riders and staff will be required to show proof of vaccination to enter its facilities beginning next month.

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He Sang 2 Songs at an Election Rally. Hong Kong Says He Violated the LawAnticorruption officials arrested Anthony Wong Yiu-ming, a Cantopop singer, who has publicly supported the Chinese territory’s pro-democracy opposition.

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Hong Kong pop star Anthony Wong arrested for singing at a pro-democracy rally three years ago. He faces seven years in prisonPerformance at 2018 election event labeled as illegal voter 'entertainment'

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