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We Need a Special Tribunal to Put Putin and His Regime on Trial

On February 24, 2022, the entire world watched as Russia launched an all-out military invasion against Ukraine. This date marks the start of Russia’s most brutal and unprovoked aggression against Ukraine. It’s too late to predict what will happen next. Now is the time for the civilized world to respond firmly to Russia’s actions in

‘The Most Explosive Issue.’ Republicans Reveal Immigration Agenda Ahead of Midterms

At a Friday event in Pittsburgh, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy unveiled a plan that lays out the Republican agenda ahead of the midterm elections and offers a view for how they would legislate should they retake control of the House. It shows Republicans continue to view tough messaging on immigration as a key strategy

Human Waste Could Help the Fight Against Future Infectious Disease Outbreaks

Health Disease Human Waste Could Help the Fight Against Future Infectious Disease Outbreaks By Andrew D. Johnson 9/23/2022|9:04 Wastewater surveillance uses local sewer systems to measure the health of the population and can be especially useful to detect infectious diseases that can be asymptomatic. The practice is currently being used to combat COVID-19 and could

Why Andor Has So Few Easter Eggs—And Why That’s a Good Thing

In the first three episodes of Andor—and presumably for the rest of the new Disney+ series—those loyal to the Empire will do their best to hunt down Diego Luna’s titular Rebel spy. They will have a hard time, though, because Cassian Andor is good at what he does. Star Wars fans might likewise be on

Conspiracy Theory Docuseries Shadowland Might as Well Be the Terrifying Sequel to The U.S. and the Holocaust

A psychiatric nurse practitioner repeatedly disrupts school board meetings because she believes mask mandates are facilitating child sex trafficking. A formerly stable husband and father stumbles down the QAnon rabbit hole, claims to experience mysterious visions, and ultimately grows so obsessed that his wife sees no choice but to leave him. A disabled veteran becomes

England in Pakistan: Harry Brook and Ben Duckett star in convincing win in third T20

Harry Brook has scored 154 in three innings so far this seriesThird Twenty20 international, KarachiEngland 221-3 (20 overs): Brook 81* (35), Duckett 70* (42)Pakistan 158-8 (20 overs): Masood 65* (40); Wood 3-24England won by 63 runs; lead series 2-1ScorecardHarry Brook smashed an unbeaten 81 from just 35 balls to help England go 2-1 up in

Laver Cup: Protester sets arm on fire after entering the court

The protester came on court during the second match on the opening day of the Laver Cup in LondonA protester set his arm on fire after running on court and briefly stopping play during the Laver Cup at the O2 Arena in London.The young man, wearing a T-shirt with the message 'End UK private jets'

Ukraine ‘referendums’: Soldiers go door-to-door for votes in sham polls

By James Waterhouse in Ukraine, Paul Adams and Merlyn Thomas in LondonBBC NewsImage source, ReutersImage caption, Russia allowed the media into some polling stations, including this one in Luhansk, where a soldier cast his voteUkrainians have reported armed soldiers going door-to-door in occupied parts of the country to collect votes for self-styled "referendums" on joining

Sexual assault claims revealed in Goldman case

Image source, Getty ImagesWomen at Goldman Sachs reported 75 incidents of sexual assault and harassment involving senior bankers between 2000 and 2011, including rape, according to newly public court files. The claims are part of a class-action lawsuit in New York accusing the financial giant of discriminating against women's pay and promotion.The suit, which now

Champions League: Nearly 2,000 Liverpool fans set to sue Uefa

Image source, PA MediaImage caption, Liverpool fans were left stuck outside the ground and the match was delayed by 35 minutesMore than 1,700 Liverpool fans who claim they were injured or left with psychological trauma at the chaotic Champions League Final are to sue Uefa, lawyers have said.European football's governing body is facing group actions

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We Need a Special Tribunal to Put Putin and His Regime on Trial

On February 24, 2022, the entire world watched as Russia launched an all-out military invasion against Ukraine. This date marks the start of Russia’s most brutal and unprovoked aggression against Ukraine. It’s too late to predict what will happen next. Now is the time for the civilized world to respond firmly to Russia’s actions in

‘The Most Explosive Issue.’ Republicans Reveal Immigration Agenda Ahead of Midterms

At a Friday event in Pittsburgh, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy unveiled a plan that lays out the Republican agenda ahead of the midterm elections and offers a view for how they would legislate should they retake control of the House. It shows Republicans continue to view tough messaging on immigration as a key strategy

Human Waste Could Help the Fight Against Future Infectious Disease Outbreaks

Health Disease Human Waste Could Help the Fight Against Future Infectious Disease Outbreaks By Andrew D. Johnson 9/23/2022|9:04 Wastewater surveillance uses local sewer systems to measure the health of the population and can be especially useful to detect infectious diseases that can be asymptomatic. The practice is currently being used to combat COVID-19 and could

Why Andor Has So Few Easter Eggs—And Why That’s a Good Thing

In the first three episodes of Andor—and presumably for the rest of the new Disney+ series—those loyal to the Empire will do their best to hunt down Diego Luna’s titular Rebel spy. They will have a hard time, though, because Cassian Andor is good at what he does. Star Wars fans might likewise be on