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February 25, 2023
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, launched just a year ago, has resulted in a stunning amount of U.S. military assistance for the war-torn country. It’s set off a deep political debate over how much support the U.S. should offer, though so far there’s been more agreement than disagreement about offering aid to Ukraine. Here’s a look […]
February 8, 2023
The last two days have brought dramatic rescues, including small children emerging from mounds of debris more than 30 hours after Monday’s pre-dawn quake. But there was also widespread despair and growing anger at the slow pace of rescue efforts in some areas. Monday’s magnitude 7.8 quake and powerful aftershocks cut a swath of destruction that […]
February 1, 2023
The State of the U.S. Economy in 4 Numbers The New York Times Source link
January 25, 2023
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A descending look at the numbers behind Tuesday’s nominations for the 95th Academy Awards. ___ 90: Age of John Williams, nominated . . .
January 8, 2023
Jan 8 (Reuters) – U.S. President Joe Biden is visiting the U.S.-Mexico border for the first time since he took office in January 2021 on Sunday, ahead of a visit to Mexico and after announcing new measures to reduce border crossings.
South Dakota Govenor Kristi Noem is demanding answers on how federal agencies allowed her personal information to become public in the aftermath of record releases from the Jan. 6 committee, as well as how these agencies plan to combat the potential results of this leak. “My lawyers have asked the @WhiteHouse, the @USNatArchives, and @BennieGThompson […]
December 31, 2022
Comment on this story Comment More than 4.7 million immigrants in the United States were facing deportation proceedings in fiscal 2022, according to a federal report released Friday, a 29 percent jump from the same period the year before. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials said its civil immigration workload “increased significantly” last fiscal year largely […]
December 21, 2022
Federal Reserve Board Chair Jerome H. Powell snatched the cookie jar out of the stock market’s hands on Dec. 14, when he followed up an announcement of a dovish half-point interest rate increase with a warning that the Fed didn’t think it had wrung enough inflation out of the economy and would keep raising rates […]
December 14, 2022
CNN — Long Covid leaves some people with long-term symptoms, but it can be deadly, too. It played a part in at least 3,544 deaths in the United States in the first 30 months of the Covid-19 pandemic, a new report says.