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Russians push towards Kyiv, maintain siege of other cities

LVIV, Ukraine – Russian forces appeared to be advancing from the northeast in their slow fight towards the Ukrainian capital, as tanks and artillery pounded places already besieged with shelling so intense that one town’s residents couldn’t couldn’t bury the growing death toll. In past offensives in Syria and Chechnya, …

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Biden sanctions Russian oligarchs and banks in Ukraine crisis – Daily Local

By VLADIMIR ISACHENKOV, YURAS KARMANAU, AAMER MADHANI and ERIC TUCKER MOSCOW (AP) — The East-West confrontation over Ukraine escalated dramatically on Tuesday, with Russian lawmakers allowing President Vladimir Putin to use military force outside his country and U.S. President Joe Biden and leaders Europeans reacted by imposing sanctions on Russian …

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Local rental market tearing up homelessness solutions

The side effects of rent control, rising inflation, high demand and low supply have created a housing storm in a county where the median per capita income before the 2019 pandemic was $21,380, or just 58% of the state median, according to the US Census Bureau. Two years later, there …

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Police clear way to key bridge between US and Canada, but still closed – Daily Local

By ROB GILLIES and COREY WILLIAMS WINDSOR, Ontario (AP) — Police moved in to clear and arrest remaining protesters near the busiest U.S.-Canada border crossing on Sunday, ending a protest against COVID-19 restrictions that have hurt the economy of two countries even as they held back from a crackdown on …

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Biden’s Foreign Policy Blunders | FoxNews

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! The one area in which presidents have the most executive power is foreign policy. President Biden campaigned on his decades of foreign policy experience with promises to improve America’s standing among world leaders with slogans like a return to “adults in the …

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Candace Owens suggests Trump only bragged about vaccines because he’s too old to know how to find alternative sources online

Candace Owens.Michael Conroy / AP Trump told Candace Owens in an interview last week that vaccines protect people and won’t kill anyone. In response, Owens, who is anti-vax, told Instagram followers it was because Trump was “old.” Her generation isn’t trying to find alternative information or “dark websites” online, she …

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Vaccine, infection data marks small wins in battle for Omicron

AstraZeneca and Novavax say their shots protect Omicron UK data suggests fewer hospitalizations than Delta’s Do not extrapolate from similar African data -African CDC WHO also called for caution before drawing firm conclusions Biden moves too little, too late for Omicron experts JOHANNESBURG / LONDON, Dec.23 (Reuters) – Two vaccine …

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Biden visits Kentucky to console tornado victims, provide assistance – Daily Local

By ALEXANDRA JAFFE and ZEKE MILLER WASHINGTON (AP) – For the fifth time since taking office less than a year ago, President Joe Biden takes on the grim task of visiting an area ravaged by natural disaster on Wednesday to offer solace and condolences. Biden was heading to Kentucky to …

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Change in COVID-19 Protocols for Global Travel Impacts International Students at IU – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana weather

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (WISH) – President Joe Biden’s new COVID-19 security protocols for international travel officially took effect on Monday. This means that anyone entering the United States must provide proof of a negative test within one day of their flight, regardless of their vaccination status. The changes were announced last …

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Businesses can pay a fair share

By Tom Harper, Las Vegas Friday, October 1, 2021 | 2 a.m Senator Joe Manchin, DW.Va., recently expressed apprehension about supporting President Joe Biden’s $ 3.5 trillion budget proposal, fearing it would create a “legal mindset” among Americans in need – even though proposed legislation encourages transformative social and environmental …

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Biden’s plan is of great value

By Ron Mitchell, Henderson Monday, September 20, 2021 | 2 a.m There is a debate in Washington, DC, over President Joe Biden’s investment plan to build America back better. Conservatives argue that America cannot afford to spend so much money. The $ 3.5 trillion project invested over 10 years is …

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Residents affected by Hurricane Aida, disaster assistance available through the Small and Medium Business Administration – Daily Local

Washington – The catastrophic debris from Hurricane Aida continues to be cleaned up, and local business owners and landlords are still weighing the economic impact. Federal support is being provided through the Small and Medium Business Administration to businesses and eligible residents across the affected region after a severe storm …

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Unions split over vaccine mandates, complicating Biden push

Andrew Harnik / AP President Joe Biden speaks in the State Dining Room of the White House, Thursday, September 9, 2021, in Washington. Unions are divided over vaccine mandates. The split became larger after Biden announced his intention to require federal workers to be vaccinated and private companies with more …

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Weekly quiz on international foreign policy news

Quiz This week in FP’s international news quiz: Obstacles to the Olympics, spyware scandal and daring quarantine escape attempt. People take photos of fireworks during the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics at the Tokyo Olympic Stadium on July 23. Yuichi Yamazaki / Getty Images 23 July 2021, 15:10 Are …

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The symbolism of the Hong Kong Apple Daily

Analysis by Stephen Collinson, Jenni Marsh and Caitlin Hu, CNN Jimmy Lai fled mainland China over 60 years ago, sneaking into Hong Kong on a fishing boat at the age of 12 to escape the chaos of the Communist Party. This week, Beijing finally caught up with him, after a …

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The time of peace keeps turning

Doug Mills / AP President Bill Clinton, center, watches Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, left, and PLO leader Yasser Arafat shake hands in the East Room of the White House after signing the agreement on the Middle East in Washington on September 28, 1995. Through Brian Greenspun (contact) Sunday 23 …

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Rep. Herrin meets voters | Local News

WEST CHESTER – At her first town hall after taking office this year, State Representative Dianne Herrin, D-156th from West Chester, told voters on Thursday she could do a lot for them. “We’re going to wear the rubber on the soles of our shoes,” the rep said, with a smile, …

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