Social media company is a “digital town square where matters vital to the future of humanity are debated,” billionaire says.
Since its inception in March 2020, the Title 42 authority has allowed U.
The Wall Street Journal reports the Biden administration held off on such personal sanctions.
After Japan protested, Ukraine apologized.
Its tweet offended Japan, a supporter of Ukraine in its war against Russia.
At a bill signing ceremony Monday at a sports bar in Spring Hill, Florida, DeSantis suggested that existing law enforcement may not be equipped or willing to thoroughly investigate fraud cases.
The other pilot regained control of the second plane and landed safely.
Specialist Bishop Evans went missing as he jumped into a section of the river known to have strong currents.
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Then we travel to Michigan to see how abandoned alligators find a permanent home at a reptile rescue sanctuary.
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She then left, withdrawing from the nomination process.
Gas stations tend to lower prices gradually when crude oil drops, one expert says.
CDC investigating Princess Cruise ship after people tested positive for the virus following voyages in January and March.
Hackers target so-called DeFi platforms because their security measures are often weak, experts say.
Some residents of the capital are stocking up on food, fearing the weeks-long draconian lockdown in Shanghai could be extended to their city.
As rioters stormed the U.
Capitol on January 6, 2021, White House chief of staff Mark Meadows was bombarded with text messages from Republicans urging President Trump to intervene.
The messages also reveal that some House Republicans were discussing martial law.
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