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    Rising Interest Rates and Inflation Sends Americans Even More Into Debt

    Over the last year, it would be hard not to notice the changes to our economy. It might have started with COVID-19 and its subsequent pandemic, but now, two years later, we are still suffering. Crises after crises have befallen us, from immigration to multiple supply chain issues. As a result of those and the […] More

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    Putin’s ‘Arsenals of Evil’ Can’t Save Him Now

    Money doesn’t buy happiness And it’s not going to purchase an Army or a victory in Ukraine as well. Ask Russian Vladimir Putin, the president of Russia. Vladimir Putin, whose Army has savagely abandoned ammunition and equipment stores located in Kharkiv Oblast, donned civilian clothes, and then swiftly retreated back to Russia in the confronting a […] More

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    Trump is Going to Be Allowed BACK on Facebook?

    Donald Trump may have his accounts restored on Facebook in the coming year, following an investigation of the decision of the company to ban him as a top executive of Meta Platforms, the parent company of Meta Platforms said on Thursday. Nick Clegg, president of Global Affairs for Meta The company’s global affairs president, Nick […] More

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    Iran’s President Refuses Interview After Amanpour Declines Wearing Head Scarf

    Iranian president Ebrahim Raisi has withdrawn from a planned interview with CNN’s anchor Christiane Amanpour at the United Nations General Assembly in New York on Wednesday after she resisted an ultimatum to wear an afghan. A little over 40 minutes later, the interview was set to begin and due to Raisi being behind, an aide informed Amanpour that President Obama […] More

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    Pentagon Under Fire Over Jr. ROTC Sexual Abuse

    Pentagon officials admitted on Wednesday that they did not adequately oversee JROTC. numerous veterans of the military teaching in U.S. high schools were accused of sexually abusing students. The officials spoke in front of a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing regarding military recruitment, officials claimed they were discussing how to enhance surveillance of the program […] More

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    Dems Shift Strategy Ahead of Midterms

    Senate Democrats are choosing to stay safe in the last few days before the midterm election by pledging to not allow an impasse in the federal government in the wake of Sen. Joe Manchin’s (D-W.Va.) controversial legislation to reform the permitting process or any other controversial issue that could provide struggling Republican candidates another chance. […] More

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    China Tones It Down on Taiwan After U.S. Ships Enter Strait

    China reduced its rhetoric regarding Taiwan this week, stating that it is certain that Taiwan’s self-governing status will be brought under its control, however it will support efforts to make it happen peacefully. The remarks followed remarks by Vice President Biden saying that U.S. would stand up for Taiwan in the event that China were to […] More

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    Bill to Divide Spousal Student Loans Heads to the House

    Monday’s House Rules Committee vote approved a bill that allows borrowers to cancel spousal student loans. This could potentially make hundreds more Americans eligible for loan forgiveness. The committee was also represented by Democrats. They discussed how the bill would finally allow individuals to withdraw from the program in divorce cases or instances of domestic […] More

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    Were the Documents Found at Mar-A-Lago Declassified?

    The legal team of former President Donald Trump is currently negotiating with Raymond Dearie. The center of the latest issue is a collection of top-secret materials that were seized by the FBI in its August 8 raid at Mar-a-Lago. Trump claims that he has declassified all FBI files . Dearie wants to know if Trump’s team can provide […] More

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    Judge in Parkland School Shooter Case Will Not Step Down

    The judge in charge of the penalty trial for Florida school shooter Nikolas Castro refused Monday’s motion by his lawyers. They accused her of being biased toward their client and prejudicing jurors who will decide whether he should be executed for the murder of 17 people four years earlier. Circuit Judge Elizabeth Scherer denied Elizabeth McNeill’s […] More

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    UN Chief Says the World is ‘Paralyzed’

    The head of the United Nations said Tuesday that countries are “gridlocked” in colossal global dysfunction and that they aren’t prepared or willing to face the challenges that could threaten the future of humanity and the planet. He said, “Our world is in danger — and paralyzed.” At the opening ceremony of the General Assembly’s annual […] More

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    OUCH! More Rate Hikes Coming

    In a speech last month, Jerome Powell, the Federal Reserve Chair, stated that Fed’s efforts to reduce inflation by raising interest rates aggressively would “bring some discomfort.” Americans might get a better idea of what pain is in store soon. At its most recent meeting, the Fed is expected to increase its key short-term interest […] More

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