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US   POLITICS  
Harris Says White House Not 'Discussing' Use of Federal Land for Abortion Care
- Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are among the Democratic lawmakers who have expressed support for the idea as GOP-controlled states move to outlaw abortion. Under pressure to respond forcefully to the Supreme Court's decision to strike down Roe v. Wade , Vice President Kamala Harris on Monday said the White House is not currently discussing the idea of using federal property to ensure access ...

Source: commondreams.org
US  
The US supreme court is letting prayer back in public schools. This is unsettling
- The court's rightwing majority was extremely receptive to a case this week that would weaken the separation of church and state O n Monday, the United States supreme court overturned decades of precedent governing the separation of church and state, and achieved one of the most long-standing goals of the Christian right: the return of official Christian prayer to public schools. Kennedy v Bremerton School District ...

Source: theguardian.com
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NTSB is sending an investigative team to an Amtrak derailment in Missouri that killed 3 people and injured at least 50
- (CNN) A team of National Transportation Safety Board investigators will arrive in Missouri on Tuesday to probe the derailment of an Amtrak train that left at least three people dead and sent surviving passengers scrambling from the wreckage. The derailment occurred as the train, traveling eastbound to Chicago, collided with a dump truck at a crossing near the town of Mendon in north-central Missouri at about 12:42 ...

Source: cnn.com
US   POLITICS  
Surprise Jan. 6 hearing featuring White House adviser signals urgency by the committee
- Public hearings had been previously postponed until July. The House select committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol will convene Tuesday afternoon for a surprise public hearing , signaling apparent urgency among members to reveal further findings from their year-long inquiry. The hearing, scheduled to begin at 1 p.m. ET, will see the committee "present recently obtained evidence and receive ...

Source: abcnews.go.com
US  
F.D.A. advisers meet for discussion on the options for updating Covid vaccines in anticipation of possible surges.
- An independent panel of advisers to the Food and Drug Administration is meeting on Tuesday as the members consider options for updating the coronavirus vaccines for a booster campaign aimed at warding off fall or winter surges. The experts will vote at the end of the daylong meeting on whether the vaccines should be reformulated to target Omicron or its subvariants. You can watch the meeting live on YouTube here . ...

Source: nytimes.com
POLITICS  
Texas migrant deaths: At least 46 found dead in abandoned truck
- At least 46 people have been found dead in an abandoned truck on the outskirts of San Antonio, Texas. A fire official said 16 people, including four children, had also been taken to hospital. The survivors were "hot to the touch" and suffering from heat stroke and heat exhaustion. San Antonio, which is 250km (150 miles) from the US-Mexico border, is a major transit route for people smugglers. Human traffickers ...

Source: bbc.com
WORLD  
More than a dozen people died in Russia's missile attack on crowded Ukrainian mall
- KYIV – The death toll has climbed to 18 people in a deadly Russian strike on a crowded shopping mall in the central Ukrainian region of Poltava. Authorities say up to 1,000 people were inside the mall late afternoon on Monday when two missiles struck the Amstor shopping center in the city of Kremenchuk. 36 people are still missing. Video from the scene showed huge clouds of black smoke and flame billowing ...

Source: wbur.org
Moody's says Russia defaulted on debt
- The historic default follows a series of unprecedented Western sanctions that have increasingly isolated Russia from the global financial system. Moody's ratings agency has confirmed that Russia defaulted on its foreign debt for the first time in a century, after bond holders did not receive $100 million in interest payments. The historic default follows a series of unprecedented Western sanctions that have ...

Source: digitaljournal.com
WORLD   POLITICS  
Kremenchuk mall strike a 'terrorist attack,' Zelensky says; NATO leaders to meet
- Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky again urged the United States to name Moscow a state sponsor of terrorism — a designation that would trigger significant penalties — after a Russian missile strike on a shopping mall in the central city of Kremenchuk killed at least 18 people. He said Russian forces deliberately targeted the mall in a "terrible terrorist attack." The U.N. Security Council is set to ...

Source: washingtonpost.com
WORLD   POLITICS  
G-7 leaders end summit pledging to hurt Russia economically
- ELMAU, Germany (AP) — Leaders of the world's wealthiest democracies struck a united stance to support Ukraine for "as long as it takes" as Russia's invasion grinds on, and said they would explore far-reaching steps to cap Kremlin income from oil sales that are financing the war. The final statement Tuesday from the Group of Seven summit in Germany underlined their intent to impose "severe and immediate ...

Source: bostonglobe.com
BUSINESS   SCIENCE  
NASA hopes New Zealand launch will pave way for moon landing
- NASA wants to experiment with a new orbit around the moon that it hopes to use in the coming years to once again land astronauts on the lunar surface. So it is sending up a test satellite from New Zealand. The initial stages of the launch went according to plan late Tuesday, with the rocket carrying the satellite reaching space. If the rest of the mission is successful, the Capstone CubeSat satellite—only ...

Source: phys.org
101-year-old former Nazi concentration camp guard jailed for five years
- The man, who cannot be identified for legal reasons under German law, was convicted of 3,518 counts of accessory to murder. A 101-year-old man has been jailed for five years for serving as an SS guard at a Nazi concentration camp in Germany during the Second World War. The man, who cannot be identified for legal reasons under German law, was convicted of 3,518 counts of accessory to murder on Tuesday at Neruppin ...

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US   MARKETS  
Four large US banks increase dividends following annual stress tests
- Some other banks, like JPMorgan & Chase and Citigroup, said their dividends remained unchanged Four U.S. banks — Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley — raised their dividends on Monday after clearing the Federal Reserve's annual stress test exercise last week. Wells Fargo said it expects to hike its dividend to 30 cents from 25 cents a share. Bank of America raised its dividend ...

Source: foxbusiness.com
DIGITAL   TECHNOLOGY  
Google is finally switching off Hangouts, so get ready
- Google will move Hangouts mobile users to Chat today. Google has announced it will shut down its Hangouts messaging service in November and will today start telling users of the mobile app to move to Google Chat in Gmail or the Chat app.  It's been almost two years since Google announced it would retire Hangouts in favor of Chat: in July 2021 Google started pushing Workspace users to Chat , while consumers ...

Source: zdnet.com
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Texans 'enabled' Deshaun Watson's conduct, accuser says in lawsuit
- One of the women who accused Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson of sexual misconduct filed a lawsuit Monday against the Houston Texans, alleging Watson's former team "turned a blind eye" and "enabled" his behavior. The lawsuit was filed in Harris County (Tex.) District Court one day before Watson's NFL disciplinary hearing is scheduled to begin, with the league poised to argue to a disciplinary officer ...

Source: washingtonpost.com
US  
Ghislaine Maxwell to be sentenced today; prosecutors want 30 years
- NEW YORK — Ghislaine Maxwell , who was convicted last year of trafficking young sexual abuse victims to financier Jeffrey Epstein over the course of a decade, is scheduled to be sentenced Tuesday at a proceeding that will give several women a chance to speak about their torment. Federal prosecutors have asked a judge to give Maxwell, 61, at least a 30-year prison sentence for what they say was her ...

Source: washingtonpost.com
MEDICINE   SCIENCE  
In Boston homes, potentially harmful compounds are leaking from stovetops
- N atural gas — just by nature of being the most common residential energy source in the U.S. — has the sheen of being a relatively safe and clean kind of power. But increasingly, researchers are concerned we don't have a firm enough handle on its potential health effects. Research suggests somewhere around 1% of natural gas — which is mostly methane — wafts out of stovetops unburned and ...

Source: statnews.com
US   POLITICS  
EY will pay a record $100 million fine after the SEC found 49 staff cheated on an ethics exam
- "Hundreds" of staff at the firm were found to have cheated on professional courses and exams. EY agreed to pay $100 million and undertake "extensive remedial measures."  Big Four audit giant EY has reached a record settlement with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) after the regulator found dozens of staff cheated on an ethics exam. EY agreed to pay a $100 million penalty after the SEC found that ...

Source: businessinsider.com
US  
Ludacris' manager and 2 others shot, 1 fatally, in Georgia
- A man was killed and two others were injured, including rap star Ludacris' manager, in a parking lot shooting in an upscale neighborhood north of downtown Atlanta on Sunday night ATLANTA -- A man was killed and two others were injured, including rap star Ludacris' manager, in a parking lot shooting in an upscale neighborhood north of downtown Atlanta on Sunday night. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that ...

Source: abcnews.go.com
US  
Facebook and Instagram removed posts about abortion pills immediately after the Roe v. Wade decision, reports say
- The Associated Press and Vice found that Facebook and Instagram removed posts about abortion pills. The AP noted that posts about selling guns and weed were untouched, however. Listen to The Refresh: Insider's real-time news brief. Meta said it was following policies about selling pharmaceuticals on its platforms. Facebook and Instagram started removing posts about abortion pills immediately after the Supreme Court ...

Source: businessinsider.com
AP sources: Irving decides to exercise $37M option with Nets
- Kyrie Irving has decided to exercise his $36.9 million option for the coming season and will remain under contract with the Brooklyn Nets, two people with knowledge of his decision said Monday. The people spoke on condition of anonymity to The Associated Press because the Nets had not confirmed the decision publicly. The Athletic first reported Irving's decision. "Normal people keep the world going, but those who ...

Source: bradenton.com
TECHNOLOGY  
Why US women are deleting their period tracking apps
- Even before the supreme court decision to overturn Roe v Wade, the trend to ditch the apps began amid fears of prosecution Many American women in recent days have deleted period tracking apps from their cellphones, amid fears the data collected by the apps could be used against them in future criminal cases in states where abortion has become illegal. The trend already started last month when a draft supreme court ...

Source: theguardian.com
US  
Sam Gilliam, abstract artist who went beyond the frame, dies at 88
- Sam Gilliam, a Washington artist who helped redefine abstract painting by liberating canvas from its traditional framework and shaking it loose in lavish, paint-spattered folds cascading from ceilings, stairwells and other architectural elements, died June 25 at his home in the District. He was 88. The cause was kidney disease, said Adriana Elgarresta, public relations director of New York's Pace Gallery , which ...

Source: washingtonpost.com
US   POLITICS  
US House: Boebert primary, runoffs, incumbent vs. incumbent
- In Colorado , Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert, one of the most polarizing members of Congress, is trying to beat back a challenge from a more mainstream Republican in her primary Tuesday. Two Republican House incumbents from Mississippi are facing primary runoffs to keep their seats, including one who voted in favor of a commission to investigate the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. In Illinois, Republican ...

Source: independent.co.uk
US  
One-year-old girl shot dead by boy, 8, in Florida motel room
- Police say the boy found his father's gun in the wardrobe and fired a shot which passed through the baby and also hit and injured her two-year-old sister. A one-year-old girl has been shot dead by an eight-year-old boy who found his father's gun at a Florida motel. Escambia County Sheriff Chip Simmons said the shooting happened on Sunday and that the girl's two-year-old sister had also been injured in the incident. ...

Source: news.sky.com
JetBlue will not back down, continues its fight for Spirit Airlines
- Since early April, Spirit has been the subject of a bidding war between Frontier and JetBlue Airways Corp JetBlue Airways on Monday ramped up its battle with Frontier Group Holdings for the right to acquire Spirit Airlines as the bidding war for the low-cost airline nears its end. Both JetBlue and Frontier view the potential purchase of Spirit as an opportunity to expand domestic travel within their respective ...

Source: foxbusiness.com
WORLD  
UN meet sees blitz of pledges to protect ailing oceans
- A major UN conference on how to restore the faltering health of global oceans kicked off in Lisbon this week with a flurry of promises. A major UN conference on how to restore the faltering health of global oceans kicked off in Lisbon this week with a flurry of promises to expand marine protected areas, ban deep-sea mining, and combat illegal fishing. UN chief Antonio Guterres set the tone Monday for the five-day ...

Source: digitaljournal.com
US   POLITICS  
US Supreme Court expands judicial sentencing discretion in crack cocaine cases
- / Pixabay US Supreme Court expands judicial sentencing discretion in crack cocaine cases The US Supreme Court ruled Monday in Concepcion v. United States that judges should have sentencing discretion under the 2018 First Step Act and 2010 Fair Sentencing act in crack-cocaine cases. The 2010 Fair Sentencing Act brought crack-cocaine sentencing more in-line with cocaine sentencing. Prior to the act, crack-cocaine ...

Source: jurist.org
G7 agrees to explore cap on Russian oil price
- SCHLOSS ELMAU, Germany, June 28 (Reuters) - The Group of Seven economic powers have agreed to explore imposing a ban on transporting Russian oil that has been sold above a certain price, they said on Tuesday, aiming to deplete Moscow's war chest. The war in Ukraine and its dramatic economic fallout, in particular soaring food and energy inflation, dominated this year's summit of the group of rich democracies at a ...

Source: reuters.com
SCIENCE  
Alien Worlds Very Different to Earth Might Be Habitable For Billions of Years
- Our blueprint for the habitability of exoplanets is just one world in the entire cosmos: Earth. Our home is the only planet on which we know, for a certainty, life has emerged.   But the conditions for life as we know it may not be restricted to Earth-like planets, and now scientists have determined one kind of exoplanet that might have habitable conditions for billions of years. The key is in liquid water ...

Source: sciencealert.com
US  
DeSantis expands eligibility for Bright Futures scholarships
- TAMPA, Fla. Florida high school students applying for the state's college and vocational school scholarship program will be able to substitute paid work experience for volunteering under a bill signed by Gov. Ron DeSantis on Monday. DeSantis also signed a bill requiring background checks on apartment building employees, legislation that was named for a 19-year-old college student who was killed by a maintenance ...

Source: miamiherald.com
Indian Muslim journalist, critic of Modi, arrested over tweets
- Mohammed Zubair, an Indian journalist and prominent critic of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, was arrested Monday over posts he made on Twitter, with press freedom groups swiftly condemning the charges. Zubair, co-founder of the fact-checking site Alt News, was charged with violating two federal laws: "doing acts prejudicial to maintenance of harmony" and "deliberate and malicious acts, intended to outrage religious ...

Source: washingtonpost.com
Britney Spears' ex-husband Jason Alexander to go to trial on stalking charge after 'crashing' her wedding
- Jason Alexander was arrested earlier this month after allegedly disrupting preparations for the singer's wedding to Sam Asghari, and was taken to a local jail. There is enough evidence against Britney Spears' ex-husband - who turned up unannounced at her Los Angeles home and attempted to crash her wedding to Sam Asghari - to go to trial on a felony stalking charge, a California judge has found. Jason Alexander ...

Source: news.sky.com
Japan: Tokyo swelters amid worst June heatwave since 1875
- Hundreds of people seek treatment for heatstroke as temperatures in Tokyo break nearly 150-year records for June. Japan is baking under scorching heat as temperatures in the country's capital, Tokyo, broke 150-year-old records for June. A high of 34 degrees Celcius (93 Fahrenheit) was predicted for Tokyo on Tuesday, after three successive days of temperatures topping 35 Celcius (95 Fahrenheit) – the worst ...

Source: aljazeera.com
LG Boosts EV Charging Business With AppleMango Acquisition
- LG Electronics acquired AppleMango, a South Korean company specializing in electric vehicle chargers, in an effort to boost its own EV business. The deal (Opens in a new window) , made jointly with EV charging station operator GS Energy and IT provider GS Neotek, will utilize LG's outdoor digital display and touch signage to create fully-featured, user-friendly charging locations. In addition to AppleMango's ...

Source: pcmag.com
US  
US CVS pharmacies limit morning-after pill purchases to avoid shortage
- The US drugstore chain CVS said on Monday that it had temporarily limited purchases of the morning-after pill to three boxes per transaction. The US drugstore chain CVS said on Monday that it had temporarily limited purchases of the morning-after pill to three boxes per transaction, in order to avoid a shortage following a recent US Supreme Court verdict that revoked the constitutional right to abortion. In a ...

Source: digitaljournal.com
Costco Recalls Solar-Powered Patio Umbrellas Because They Can Catch Fire
- Costco-exclusive solar-powered patio umbrellas have been recalled in the United States and Canada after reports they can catch fire. Customers who bought a SunVilla 10-foot Solar LED Market Umbrella at a Costco warehouse or online between December 2020 and May 2022 are urged to "immediately stop" using (Opens in a new window) the canopy and remove its lithium-ion battery pack. The solar puck, which has a black ...

Source: pcmag.com
WORLD   POLITICS  
NATO to boost reaction force, Ukraine support
- BRUSSELS (AP) — NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg said Monday that the military alliance will increase the size of its rapid reaction forces nearly eightfold to 300,000 troops as part of its response to an "era of strategic competition." The NATO response force currently has about 40,000 soldiers which can deploy quickly when needed. Coupled with other measures including the deployment of forces to ...

Source: militarytimes.com
US   MARKETS  
U.S. pending home sales rebound in May, reversing a six-month decline
- Economic Report U.S. pending home sales rebound in May, reversing a six-month decline Pending home sales index up 0.7% versus forecast of 4%. The numbers: U.S. pending-home sales rose in May by 0.7%, according to the monthly index released Monday by the National Association of Realtors. Analysts polled by the Wall Street Journal had forecast the pending home sales index to drop by 4%. This increase breaks a ...

Source: marketwatch.com
Poisonous Gas Leak in Jordan Kills at Least 10 People
- Public security officials said a gas tanker sprung a leak while being transported, and video showed a tanker being dropped as it was moved and emitting a large cloud of yellow smoke. AMMAN, Jordan — A poisonous gas leak in Jordan's southern port city of Aqaba on Monday killed at least 10 people and injured some 250, the authorities said. Video carried by state-run media outlets showed a crane hoisting a large ...

Source: nytimes.com
TECHNOLOGY  
Apple's entry-level 13-inch MacBook Pro M2 may have slower SSD speeds than the M1 model
- Apple's 13-inch 256GB MacBook Pro M2 may have worse SSD performance than the equivalent M1 model, according to testing by YouTube sites Max Tech and Created Tech   seen by MacRumors . The $1,300 base model showed around 50 percent slower read speeds (1,446 MB/s compared to 2,900 MB/s) with write speeds 30 percent lower.  Max Tech opened up the 13-inch MacBook Pro M2 and found that it only had a single ...

Source: engadget.com
Airlines cancel over 700 U.S. flights as labor crunch weighs
- A dds American Airlines statement, details, background June 27 (Reuters) - Airlines canceled over 700 flights in the United States on Monday, as adverse weather and a shortage of staff hurt their ability to keep up with a surge in summer travel demand. Total flight cancellations within, into, or out of the United States as of 11.45 a.m. ET were 728, as per flight-tracking website Flightaware.com . Nearly 860 ...

Source: nasdaq.com
BET awards: Janelle Monae and Taraji Henson hit out at Supreme Court
- Stars gathered in Los Angeles on Sunday evening for the awards. Winners included The Weeknd, Mary J Blige and P Diddy. Stars including Janelle Monae and Jazmine Sullivan criticised the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v Wade during the BET Awards in Los Angeles. to overturn the right to access an abortion. She took to the stage after Lizzo opened the show with her single About Damn Time and said "It's about ...

Source: news.sky.com
Protesters reject Ecuador president's 'insensitive' fuel price cut
- Indigenous protesters in Ecuador vowed Monday to continue a disruptive country-wide protest against high living costs, rejecting a fuel price cut announced by the government as insufficient and "insensitive." President Guillermo Lasso on Sunday announced a 10-cents-per-gallon reduction in fast-rising diesel and gasoline prices that sparked the uprising, now in its 15th day and severely hampering the oil-dependent ...

Source: digitaljournal.com
SCIENCE  
Ancient fossils in the 'Cradle of Humankind' are more than 1 million years older than previously thought
- Scientists say early human ancestors, whose remains are in a South African cave, lived about 3.7 million years ago. Researchers relied on "burial dating," a method that uses space particles to date early human fossils. Lucy In 1936, archeologists began unearthing a trove of early human fossils in a South African cave. Now, researchers say most of those ancient bones date back 3.7 million years, which makes them ...

Source: businessinsider.com
US   POLITICS  
New York judge rules law allowing noncitizens to vote for mayor is unconstitutional
- Skip to main content New York judge rules law allowing noncitizens to vote for mayor is unconstitutional By Jonathan Allen NEW YORK (Reuters) -A New York state judge struck down a recent law on Monday that gave hundreds of thousands of noncitizen residents of New York City the right to vote in municipal elections for mayor and other local offices. Judge Ralph Porzio, of New York State Supreme Court for Staten ...

Source: aol.com
US   POLITICS  
Lawyer who advised Trump says federal agents seized phone
- A lawyer who aided former President Donald Trump's efforts to undo the 2020 election results said in a federal court filing Monday that FBI agents seized his cell phone last week. John Eastman said the agents took his phone as he left a restaurant last Wednesday evening, the same day federal law enforcement officials conducted similar activity around the country as part of broadening investigations into efforts by ...

Source: independent.co.uk
US  
Alligator drags person into South Carolina retention pond, authorities say
- MYRTLE BEACH, South Carolina — A person was killed after being grabbed by an alligator at a retention pond and dragged into the water, authorities say. A news release from the Horry County Police Department says the attack occurred at about 11:45 a.m. Friday at the pond at a housing development near Myrtle Beach. The victim reportedly was near the edge of the pond when the alligator attacked. The unidentified ...

Source: cleveland.com
US  
Customer Experience Management – the Latest Thinking in Looking After Customers
- Customer Experience Management – the Latest Thinking in Looking After Customers Customer experience management (CEM) is the process of improving customer loyalty and satisfaction through strategic implementation of technologies and processes to enhance the customer journey and experience to exceed expectations. Customer experience is exceptionally important and how organizations look after their customers and ...

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Avalanche, Lightning show importance of making smart trades
- TAMPA, Fla. — In a copycat league known for following the Stanley Cup champions, Colorado Avalanche captain Gabriel Landeskog paused when asked what other teams could do to emulate their success. With a grin, Landeskog replied: "Find a Cale Makar somewhere." Playoff MVP Cale Makar was a big part of Colorado's title run from the blue line, but more than anything else the Avalanche showed the value of speed and ...

Source: bostonglobe.com
How to get a vaccine against monkeypox in the US: Who should get one?
- An outbreak of monkeypox has grown over the last two months with more than 4,100 confirmed cases worldwide. Monkeypox cases in the U.S. have surpassed 200 cases in 25 states including California, Florida, New York and Texas. Health officials have begun vaccinations for those at risk. New York City opened a vaccine clinic last week. Cases of monkeypox are increasing across the U.S., and as health officials maintain ...

Source: medicalxpress.com
TECHNOLOGY  
Ransomware Gang Offers Bug Bounty, Promises Payouts Up to $1 Million
- In what might be a first, a ransomware gang has launched a bug bounty program designed to reward anyone who submits details on previously unknown website vulnerabilities to the group.   The program comes from the LockBit , one of the most prolific ransomware gangs on the scene today. On Sunday, malware -repository site VX-Underground noticed (Opens in a new window) the LockBit gang had launched the bug ...

Source: pcmag.com
American basketball star Brittney Griner ordered to trial Friday in Russia
- The Phoenix Mercury center and two-time U.S. Olympic gold medalist also was ordered to remain in custody for the duration of her criminal trial. WNBA star and two-time Olympic gold medalist Brittney Griner is escorted to a courtroom for a hearing, in Khimki just outside Moscow, Russia, Monday, June 27, 2022. | Alexander Zemlianichenko/AP Photo MOSCOW — Shackled and looking wary, WNBA star Brittney Griner was ...

Source: politico.com
An R. Kelly Fan Was Arrested After Allegedly Threatening To "Storm" The Offices Of The Prosecutors In His Sex Trafficking Trial
- Christopher Gunn made the threats in a video he posted to YouTube, prosecutors said. A fan of R. Kelly was arrested Saturday after allegedly threatening to "storm" the office of the US attorneys who prosecuted the R&B singer in his sex trafficking trial last year. Christopher Gunn, of Bolingbrook, Illinois, was charged with making threats against prosecutors in the US attorney's office in the Eastern District of ...

Source: buzzfeednews.com
US   POLITICS  
'A complete disgrace': Anger as congressional candidate says she doubts women get pregnant from rape
- 'This woman is running around in law enforcement spewing this kind of crap?' Related video: The Political Fallout From SCOTUS Overturning Roe v Wade The Republican candidate running in Virginia's seventh congressional district has come under fire for suggesting that women are less likely to become pregnant from rape. Yesli Vega is campaigning to unseat Democrat Abigail Spanberger. She was asked about her stance on ...

Source: independent.co.uk
In Gee Chun Wins Women's P.G.A. Championship
- Despite shooting three over par in the third and fourth rounds, Chun handled a charge from Lexi Thompson to win her third career major tournament. BETHESDA, Md. — In Gee Chun of South Korea rallied after losing the rest of her once-sizeable lead, overcoming a bogey-filled front nine to win the Women's P.G.A. Championship on Sunday when Lexi Thompson faltered with her putter. Chun shot a three-over-par 75 for ...

Source: nytimes.com