Warning Of Emergency Grid Conditions, ERCOT Asks Texans To Conserve ElectricityThe Electric Reliability Council of Texas ended its conservation alert Tuesday just before 9 p.m. 'Our conservation appeal has ended without the need

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Cop, police chief resign 2 days after Black motorist's deathmoves that the...

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India's farming community averaging 28 suicides a dayThe suicide crisis among Indian farmers is deeply felt in the poorest districts in Punjab, which is often referred to as the country’s breadbasket, because of its rich soil and rice fields. Nearly every village here has had a string of suicides over the past few decades, but the problem is a national one, Salimah Shivji reports.

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Alexei Navalny's Wife Extremely Worried as Hunger Strike Hits 2-Week Mark: 'He's Not Going to Give Up'The wife of the jailed opposition leader said in a social media post, 'After meeting with Alexey, I worry about him even more.'

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Exiled Gynecologist Reveals Details of China’s Forced Sterilization of Uyghur WomenA Uyghur doctor testifies that she witnessed the large-scale sterilizations of Uyghur men and women, sometimes up to 80 per day, as China forced her to carry out the procedures until she fled.

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China, Russia 'primary culprits' behind 'Cold War' levels of espionage and foreign interference towards Canada: CSISTwo reports point to a 'sharp increase' in both the scope and scale of hostile activity towards Canada during the COVID-19 pandemic

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Police report multiple victims in Tennessee school shootingA student opened fire on officers responding to a report of a possible gunman at a Tennessee high school Monday, and police shot back and killed him, authorities said. The shooting wounded an...

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Germany Is Expected To Centralize Its COVID-19 Response. Some Fear It May Be Too LateThe country's scattershot approach, with each of 16 states imposing different regulations, has come under mounting criticism as cases surpass 3 million and hospitals warn they're running out of beds.

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China admits low efficacy of vaccines it produces and considers mixing vaccinesIn a rare admission of the weakness of Chinese coronavirus vaccines, the top disease control authority acknowledged that 'the vaccines do not have very high protection rates'.

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The rise of domestic extremism in America |Data shows a surge in homegrown incidents not seen in a quarter-centuryData shows a surge in homegrown incidents not seen in a quarter-century.

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Officer in Daunte Wright shooting submits resignationTuesday, Brooklyn Center Officer Kim Potter and Police Chief Tim Gannon have resigned from their positions...

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Biden to Announce Full Withdrawal of US Troops in Afghanistan by Sept. 11 - The New York TimesAfter years of arguing against an extended military presence in Afghanistan, President Biden is doing things his way, with the deadline for withdrawal set for the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks.

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Wellington man convicted of rape after 'stealthing' - removing the condom during sex - NZ HeraldThe accused will appear in court later this month for sentencing.

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Daunte Wright shooting: Dozens arrested in fresh unrest in MinnesotaThe clashes come as police say Daunte Wright, 20, died after an officer mistook her gun for a Taser.

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Oath Keepers likely stashed weapons at a Comfort Inn prior to Capitol riot, prosecutors sayMembers of the Oath Keepers paramilitary group likely stored weapons at a hotel in Arlington, Virginia, as part of their plan to have an armed rapid-response force during the January 6 insurrection, federal prosecutors said.

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Two suspects arrested in the disappearance of Kristin Smart, family and sources sayTwo men were arrested Tuesday morning in connection with the disappearance of Kristin Smart, the California college student who vanished in 1996, San Luis Obispo (SLO) County Sheriff Ian Parkinson said at a news conference.

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Hawaii to allow some nurses to perform abortionsGov. David Ige on Monday signed legislation that would make Hawaii the latest state to allow some nurses to perform abortions. Hawaii law previously said only physicians...

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BBCs Prince Philip coverage breaks uk tv complaints record110,000 people have complained, mostly about excess but also about Andrew, attire – and ease of complaining

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Biden Sends Unofficial Delegation to Taiwan in ‘Personal Signal’'Our unofficial engagement with Taiwan ... should stand on its own.'

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Korea condemns Japan’s decision to release water from FukushimaSouth Korea on Tuesday strongly condemned Japan's decision to release more than 1 million tons of contaminated water from the destroyed Fukushima nuclear power plant, saying the radioactive water threatens the safety of neighboring countries and their marine environments. The government expressed strong regret over the Japanese government's 'unilateral' choice to release the radioactive water, saying the d...

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