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President Joe Biden is known for putting his foot in his mouth, but his latest gaffe has left a sour taste 9,000 miles away. During a visit last week to a war memorial in Pennsylvania, the President recounted the story of his aviator uncle, Ambrose Finnegan, who died during World [...]
Mon, Apr 22, 2024
Source: Time World News
A consequential Oregon case, opening Monday, will decide whether governments can enforce laws against people sleeping outside when they have nowhere else to go. [...]
Sat, Apr 20, 2024
Source: Washington Post National
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Fri, Apr 19, 2024
Source: Washington Post National
Decorated Chinese athlete He Jie had been stripped of his Beijing half-marathon win Friday after an investigation found that the three African runners who competed alongside him had “actively slowed down” to let him cross the finish line first during the race on Sunday, April 14. He won the 21 km. [...]
Fri, Apr 19, 2024
Source: Time World News
Jill LeBrun was stunned and delighted to see her rescue pet’s image plastered on buckets of cat litter at Target. [...]
Fri, Apr 19, 2024
Source: Washington Post National
BEIJING — San Francisco is the latest U.S. city preparing to receive a pair of pandas from China, in a continuation of Beijing’s famed “panda diplomacy.” San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced the panda loan in Beijing on Friday, alongside officials from China Wildlife Conservation Association, or CWCA. It will be [...]
Fri, Apr 19, 2024
Source: Time World News
Earlier this month, two Indian writers published an ode to their Prime Minister, Narendra Modi. Written in lyric form and titled “Forever In Our Hearts,” it recounts his achievements while singing his praises in highly effusive language. “With courage and wisdom/you show citizens the way,” it gushes. “Oh Modi, oh [...]
Fri, Apr 19, 2024
Source: Time World News
Despite being the world’s wealthiest nation, the U.S. has communities that are still exposed to toxic tap water. Today, we hear how a city in New Mexico has struggled with high levels of arsenic in its water — and how its residents are fighting back. [...]
Thu, Apr 18, 2024
Source: Washington Post National
The state’s sports commission went out of its way to threaten Nyla Rose, a former AEW women’s champion, if she wrestled women in the state again. [...]
Thu, Apr 18, 2024
Source: Washington Post National
Hawaiian Electric did not send a representative to check on fallen power equipment until hours after fire officials alerted the utility, the report says. [...]
Thu, Apr 18, 2024
Source: Washington Post National

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