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North Korea grapples with COVID-19

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un heavily criticized his own government yesterday, slamming officials as a COVID-19 outbreak accelerated across the country. At least 62 people have reportedly died and 700,000 more...

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Landmark equal pay deal

Soccer players representing the US men’s and women’s national teams will receive the same pay and prize money for the first time under historic agreements with the US Soccer Federation. The collective...

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Guilty Plea in Floyd Killing

Former Minneapolis police officer Thomas Lane pleaded guilty yesterday to manslaughter-related charges for his role in the killing of George Floyd almost two years ago. Under the deal, Lane will avoid charges of...

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Cannes kicks off

The 75th Cannes Film Festival kicked off yesterday following two years of disruptions amid the pandemic, with 21 films competing for the festival’s top prize, the Palme d’Or. This year’s event opened with the premiere...

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Musk’s Twitter ultimatum

Elon Musk said yesterday his $44B deal to buy Twitter can’t move forward unless the company proves that fewer than 5% of total users are fake. The CEO of Tesla and SpaceX has been vocal about wanting to...

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Mariupol falls to Russia

Photo by Manhhai via Flickr The last Ukrainian soldiers defending the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol yielded to Russian forces yesterday after months of heavy fighting in the southern port city. More...

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Troops in Somalia

President Joe Biden confirmed yesterday the US will redeploy hundreds of troops to Somalia, reversing former President Donald Trump’s decision to pull troops from the country in January 2021. The effort is meant to...

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House probes UFOs

Congressional lawmakers are holding a public hearing on UFOs today for the first time in more than 50 years. Members of a House subcommittee will hear testimony from defense officials on reports of...

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Primary in Pennsylvania

The busiest day so far in the midterm election cycle kicks off this morning, with primary voters in Idaho, Kentucky, North Carolina, Oregon, and Pennsylvania all casting ballots.  Pennsylvania hosts one of...

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European Shift

Lawmakers in both Finland and Sweden affirmed efforts to apply for membership to NATO, the Western-backed alliance originally established as a bulwark against the Soviet Union. Officials say the move, which would end...

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One million deaths33

The number of reported COVID-19 deaths in the US is expected to pass 1 million today or tomorrow, more than two years after the country’s first reported fatality of the coronavirus.  As of this writing, just over 999,602...

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Mass shooting in Buffalo

Photo by Getty Images At least 10 people were killed and three others wounded Saturday after a shooter opened fire at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York. It marks the worst mass shooting in the city’s history, and...

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