Monday , January 24 2022

Arnold Schwarzenegger gets in car crash

The Hollywood star allegedly ran a red light and crashed his GMC Yukon SUV into a red Toyota Prius around 4:30pm local time at Sunset Boulevard and Allenford Avenue. The resulting pile-up reportedly also involved two other vehicles. The woman who was driving the hybrid received non-life-threatening injuries, but, according …

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US carrier heads to surprise NATO wargames

The nuclear-powered fleet aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman will take part in next week’s NATO exercise in the Mediterranean Sea dubbed “Neptune Strike ‘22,” the Pentagon has announced. The 12-day exercise kicks off Monday and is supposed to “demonstrate NATO’s ability to integrate the high-end maritime strike capabilities of …

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Court deals Biden another blow on vaccine mandates

President Joe Biden has suffered another legal setback to his efforts to coerce Americans into getting vaccinated against Covid-19 – this time with a federal court blocking mandated jabs even for employees of his own administration. US District Court Judge Jeffrey Vincent Brown in Texas ruled on Friday that the …

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More Marines purged for refusing Covid jab

An additional 45 US Marines have reportedly been kicked out of the service in the past week for refusing to comply with the Pentagon’s Covid-19 vaccine mandate, bringing total firings over the jabs to more than 300. The Marine Corps has taken a tough stand against recalcitrant troops, saying all …

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Mom promises to resist school mask mandate with ‘guns loaded’

Activists are calling for the arrest of a Virginia mother after she appeared to threaten school board members with “loaded guns” over a mask mandate in place. Police have responded by saying they are increasing their presence at Page County Public Schools in Laray, Virginia. The mother, identified as Amelia …

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Hundreds injured & killed in Saudi strikes

Scores of people have been killed and potentially hundreds have been injured by airstrikes in Yemen, the latest escalation in the Saudi Arabia-led coalition’s war against Houthi rebels in the shattered country. Targets struck on Friday reportedly included a prison and an airport in the northern city of Sa’ada, various …

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US sending Russian weapons to Ukraine

The Biden administration is expediting the transfer of five transport helicopters to Kiev, as Washington insists Moscow is about to “invade” Ukraine any day now. The Mi-17 helicopters were originally purchased from Russia and intended for the US-backed government in Afghanistan, before it surrendered to the Taliban last August. White …

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Arrest warrants considered acceptable ID to fly

Citizens and US permanent residents seeking to fly need to show a federally issued ‘real ID’ with a matching photo at airports, but people who are in the country illegally are allowed to use their arrest warrants as an alternative, according to the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). The agency confirmed …

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Biden federal judge nominee’s pro-Chevron work questioned

President Joe Biden nominated a list of judges this week, and one has particularly stood out due to her history with the Republican Party, including Donald Trump, and her involvement in a lawsuit by Chevron against environmental and human rights lawyer Steven Donziger.  “Outraged to learn that Biden has named …

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