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Musk says Trump ban 'morally bad' Twitter
Bruce Daisley, Former Twitter Vice President has said that it's unfortunate that Trump's ban reversal will be decided by one person.
What Sue Gray’s partygate report means for Boris Johnson
UK PM Boris Johnson has dismissed calls to resign after Sue Gray's report found that Downing Street staff partied while the rest of the nation was in lockdown with their bosses'...
Elon Musk Sued By Twitter Shareholders For Stock Price Manipulation
The court filing said that Musk's disregard for securities laws demonstrates how one can flaunt the law and the tax code to build their wealth at the expense of the other Americ...
Tulsi Gabbard: Biden is trying to lead the world at the expense of neglecting critical issues in the United States
Spain Passes Bill Qualifying All Non-Consensual Sex As Rape
Spanish government-proposed legislation, known as "Only yes is yes", merges the crimes of sexual abuse and sexual assault into the same type of crime qualified as rape, and vict...
SENATOR RAND PAUL BLOCKS $40 BILLION UKRAINE BILL
WHAT HE SAYS NEXT IS TRULY AMAZING
Russia Ready To Help Overcome Global Food Crisis If...: Putin
Russia-Ukraine War: Vladimir Putin said in a conversation with Italian PM that the Russian Federation is ready to make a significant contribution to overcoming the food crisis.
US economy shrank by 1.5% in the first three months of 2022
But US consumers and businesses kept spending at a solid pace, according to government data released Thursday.
How does recycling work?
While the specifics of recycling vary around the globe, there are some common rules – and pervasive myths. Here's everything you ever wanted to know about it.
Kevin Spacey facing four counts of sexual assault against three men
Crown Prosecution Service authorises criminal charges against the 62-year-old actor
Infant formula: the superfood you never think about
Continuing shortages in the US have shone a light on a staple food that most often stays out of the spotlight – infant formula.
Why Gen Z workers are already so burned out
The youngest employees are already feeling pressured and exhausted – even in the earliest stages of their careers.
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