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Month: June 2021
Michael Packard says he was trapped in the whale’s mouth for 30 to 40 seconds before it tossed him back in the water, bruised but otherwise unharmed. Experts tell NPR such events are extremely rare.
Some in the influential evangelical denomination fear a drift away from conservative principles, others say close alignment with Republican party politics hurts its appeal to a wider audience. An election for a new leader will help define the groupâs path after the Trump presidency.
Some senators claimed their group made significant headway, others said they doubt a bipartisan deal will happen.
The mother of a Florida teenager accused of carrying out a brutal stabbing last month was charged with tampering with evidence on Saturday for allegedly washing a pair of bloody jeans her son had worn, according to an arrest warrant.
Taiwan is dealing with a spike in domestic cases but has been affected like many places by global vaccines shortages.
El Salvador is looking to introduce legislation that will make it the world’s first sovereign nation to adopt bitcoin as legal tender, along…
GOP Arizona Senate President Admitted In Email That She Didn’t Believe Audit Would Uncover Widespread Fraud
“I cannot begin to explain how much I really hate this whole thing,” Arizona Senate President Karen Fann wrote.
India has told Twitter Inc (TWTR.N) it has one last chance to comply with new IT rules, or face “unintended consequences” according to a cop…
British author Douglas Murray remarked on Friday’s “Fox News Primetime” that the Facebook VP who announced former President Trump would be banned for at least two years was a former UK Deputy Prime Minister