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'Happy Birthday to AOC': Sen. Ted Cruz Among Well-Wishers Despite Frequent Squabbles, Many Disagreements

'Happy Birthday to AOC': Sen. Ted Cruz Among Well-Wishers Despite Frequent Squabbles, Many Disagreements

Senator Ted Cruz has wished his fellow lawmaker in Congress, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, also known by her initials AOC, a "Happy Birthday."
Queen Elizabeth Overheard on Livestream Saying She's 'Irritated' by World Leaders' Inaction on Climate Change

Queen Elizabeth Overheard on Livestream Saying She's 'Irritated' by World Leaders' Inaction on Climate Change

Queen Elizabeth II has reportedly said she is "irritated" by world leaders who "talk but don't do" on climate change.
Ex-President Bill Clinton Speaks during 75th Anniversary of CARE

Ex-President Bill Clinton Rushed to California Hospital Over Possible Sepsis

Bill Clinton's spokesperson said that the former president was rushed to a California Hospital on Tuesday.
FBI Official Andrew McCabe, Who Launched a Russian Investigation, Wins Back Pension After Being Fired by Donald Trump

Ex-FBI Official Andrew McCabe, Who Launched a Russian Investigation, Wins Back Pension After Being Fired by Donald Trump

Former FBI official Andrew G. McCabe has restored his full pension after he was unceremoniously dismissed during former U.S. President Donald Trump's administration.
Joe Biden Speaks About Supply Chain Bottlenecks

President Joe Biden Refused to Answer Questions About Supply Chain; Los Angeles Port To Go 24/7 to Relieve Supply Bottlenecks

President Joe Biden refused to comment on questions about supply chains during his remarks addressing the supply bottlenecks across the U.S.
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Chile President Sebastián Piñera Face Impeachment After Scrutiny Over Pandora Papers Leak

Chile President Sebastián Piñera faces impeachment from the opposition after he was listed on the Pandora paper leaks.
U.S. To Reopen Canada and Mexico Borders in November for Fully Vaccinated Travelers

U.S. To Reopen Canada and Mexico Borders in November for Fully Vaccinated Travelers

The United States has decided to reopen its land borders with Mexico and Canada to non-essential travel, but only fully vaccinated travelers can enter.
Southwest Airlines CEO Blames Pres. Joe Biden for COVID Vaccine Mandate on Employees That Puts Them in a Bind

Southwest Airlines CEO Blames Pres. Joe Biden for COVID Vaccine Mandate on Employees That Puts Them in a Bind

Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly has blamed President Joe Biden for the COVID vaccine mandate for its employees that put them in a bind.
State Department Probes Trump Administration Officials Who Took Gifts for Foreign Dignitaries, Says Value of the Gifts Are “Significant”

State Department Probes Trump Administration Officials Who Took Gifts for Foreign Dignitaries, Says Value of the Gifts Are "Significant"

The State Department inspector general has launched an investigation on Trump administration officials to see whether they benefited from expensive Trump-branded gifts meant for foreign dignitaries.
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Pres. Joe Biden Could Get Dragged Into FBI's Investigation Over Hunter Biden's Taxes and Finances

President Joe Biden could possibly get implicated in the probe of the Federal Bureau of Investigation on his son Hunter Biden’s prostitution and drug involvement in 2018 after emails connecting the president to his son’s finances surfaced.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Signs Declaration of Columbus Day as Left Commemorates Indigenous Peoples' Day

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Signs Declaration of Columbus Day as Left Commemorates Indigenous Peoples' Day

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed the declaration of Columbus Day while some left-wing politicians continue to redefine the holiday as "Indigenous Peoples' Day."
Taliban Says U.S. Agreed to Provide Humanitarian Aid to Afghanistan, but Not Recognition

Taliban Says U.S. Agreed to Provide Humanitarian Aid to Afghanistan, but Not Recognition

The Taliban confirmed that the U.S. would provide humanitarian aid to Afghanistan despite not recognizing the new Taliban rulers of the South Asian country.
Donald Trump Suggests He Might Sue After Pres. Joe Biden Rejects His Appeal to Withhold Capitol Riot Records

Donald Trump Suggests He Might Sue After Pres. Joe Biden Rejects His Appeal to Withhold Capitol Riot Records

After Joe Biden declined Donald Trump's request to withhold White House documents from a House committee probing the Capitol riot, Trump suggested he might sue.
Ex-Guantanamo Detainee Warns U.S. About 'Upcoming Attacks,' Praises Taliban's Victory in Afghanistan

Ex-Guantanamo Detainee Warns U.S. About 'Upcoming Attacks,' Praises Taliban's Victory in Afghanistan

A former Guantanamo detainee has issued a warning against the U.S. about "upcoming" attacks and praised the Taliban for their victory in Afghanistan.
Pres. Joe Biden's Son Hunter Biden Sells Five Art Prints for $75K Each at First Art Show in California

Pres. Joe Biden's Son Hunter Biden Sells Five Art Prints for $75K Each at First Art Show in California

President Joe Biden's son, Hunter Biden, has already sold at least five prints of his artwork for $75,000 each at his show in a California gallery.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott on signing of Senate Bill 2 and 3

Texas Governor Greg Abbott Appeals on FEMA's Denial of Emergency Declaration Amid Border Crisis

Texas Governor Greg Abbott issues an appeal over FEMA's denial of emergency declaration as the border crisis continues.
Texas Abortion Law Hit With First Legal Blow as Judge Temporarily Blocks Its Enforcement

Texas Abortion Law Hit With First Legal Blow as Judge Temporarily Blocks Its Enforcement

A federal judge moved to temporarily block the enforcement of a Texas law that would prevent women from having an abortion after six weeks of pregnancy.
“Aren’t We Next to a School?”: Pres. Joe Biden Responds to Anti-Biden Chants of Michigan Protesters During His Visit

"Aren't We Next to a School?": Pres. Joe Biden Responds to Anti-Biden Chants of Michigan Protesters During His Visit

U.S. President Joe Biden had traveled to Michigan on Tuesday to promote his "Build Back Better" agenda and was met with angry protesters shouting ant-Biden chants.
Mark Zuckerberg Hits Back at Facebook Whistleblower, Says Claims 'Don't Make Any Sense'

Mark Zuckerberg Hits Back at Facebook Whistleblower, Says Claims 'Don't Make Any Sense'

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has refuted whistleblower Frances Haugen's claims, saying many of these allegations "don't make any sense."
Treasury Department Reprimands Arizona, Says Can’t Use Federal COVID Funds for Schools Without Mask Mandates

Treasury Department Reprimands Arizona, Says Can't Use Federal COVID Funds for Schools Without Mask Mandates

The Treasury Department has sent a letter to Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey saying that using the state's federal COVID funds on educations grants directed to schools with mask mandates are "not a permissible use."
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