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President Biden Signs Bill to Avoid Govt. Shutdown, Support Kyiv

On Friday, Joe Biden, the President of America, signed the stopgap funding bill to keep the government open until December 16. On Friday, the continuing resolution bill was passed by the House, 232/193 vote, with less than a dozen...

Hurricane Ian in Florida Makes Landfall, Knocks Out Power to Millions

One of the most powerful storms the U.S. has ever recorded, Hurricane Ian, has swept into Florida, the southeasternmost American state with the Gulf of Mexico on one side and the Atlantic on the other, flooding streets and residential...

Sullivan Says US will ‘decisively respond’ if Moscow Uses Nuclear Warheads

On Sunday, Jake Sullivan, Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, said that America had warned Moscow that there would be catastrophic outcomes if it considered using nuclear warhead in Ukraine after Sergey Lavrov, Russia’s Foreign Affairs Minister,...

CDC Anticipates Bivalent Vaccine Doses for 5-11-year-olds

The U.S. CDC anticipates pediatric bivalent Coronavirus jabs as booster shots for 5–11-year-olds by mid-October. The new booster dose will target two versions of the lethal SARS-CoV-2 – the original one and the most contagious BA.5 and BA.5 Omicron...

Jan. 6 Panel Chair Says Committee Will Conduct Hearing on Sept. 28

On Tuesday, Democratic Rep. Bennie G. Thompson, the Chairman of the January 6 Select Panel inquiring about the deadly Capitol riot, said that the committee will hold its ninth public hearing on 28 September. He said he would be...

Mark Meadows Responds to DOJ Subpoena in Capitol Attack Inquiry

Mark Meadows, Donald Trump’s White House Chief of Staff, has satisfied the obligations of a subpoena by the US Department of Justice (DOJ) inquiring into the origins of the deadly Capitol Hill insurrection, according to the people having knowledge...

US Government Urges Railroads, Unions to Avert Strikes

According to a White House official, the United States government pressed railroads and union leaders to meet halfway to prevent a national railroad strike, saying on Sept. 12 that it would cause an insufferable effect on the American economy...

America Approves $675M in Additional Defense Aid to Kyiv

On Thursday, Lloyd Austin, the US Defense Secretary, said that Joe Biden, the United States President, has approved additional 675M dollars in security aid to Kyiv. Austin said at the commencement of the meeting of the Ukraine Defense Contact...

January 6 Panel Requests Testimony from Ex-House Speaker Gingrich

On Thursday, the US House Select Panel to probe the 6th JAN Capitol Hill insurrection has requested Newton Leroy Gingrich, the former U.S. House of Representatives' Speaker (1995-1999), to produce information for the panel’s inquiry into Jan. 6, 2021,...

FDA Approved Updated COVID Boosters for Use in Americans Ages 12 & Up

On Wednesday, the US FDA approved the first modification on COVID-19 jabs since they’re introduced late in 2020, setting up millions of US people to get new additional shots targeting now dominant Omicron sub-variants of SARS-CoV-2, labeled as BA.4...

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Ex-Kentucky Governor John Y. Brown Died at 88

John Young Brown Jr., a Democrat who served as the 55th Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky (1979-1983) and...