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Donald Trump Mocks Joe Biden at Arizona Rally, Mimics the President's Voice: 'I'm Gonna Get Rid of COVID'

Donald Trump Mocks Joe Biden at Arizona Rally, Mimics the President's Voice: 'I'm Gonna Get Rid of COVID'

Former President Donald Trump blasted President Joe Biden's handling of the COVID pandemic and even tried to mimic the president's voice at his Arizona rally.
2 People Drown in Peru as Abnormally Big Waves Hit Coast After Massive Volcanic Eruption in Tonga

2 People Drown in Peru as Abnormally Big Waves Hit Coast After Massive Volcanic Eruption in Tonga

Two people died in northern Peru as high waves smashed into some of its coastal areas following the eruption of an underwater volcano in Tonga on Saturday.
Pres. Joe Biden's ‘Disastrous Policies’ Are Driving Hispanic Voters Toward Republican Party, Florida Official Says

Pres. Joe Biden's ‘Disastrous Policies’ Are Driving Hispanic Voters Toward Republican Party, Florida Official Says

Florida Lieutenant Governor Jeannette Nunez said that President Joe Biden's "disastrous policies" are driving Hispanic voters to lean towards the Republican Party.
U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy Warns of Rising Omicron Cases in Much of the Country, Says 'Next Few Weeks Will Be Tough'

U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy Warns of Rising Omicron Cases in Much of the Country, Says 'Next Few Weeks Will Be Tough'

U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy cautioned the public that the "next few weeks" would be tough as the COVID cases from the Omicron variant continue to surge.
Ex-FDA Head Scott Gottlieb Says Biden Admin Made Mistake in Federalizing COVID Vaccine Mandates

Ex-FDA Head Scott Gottlieb Says Biden Admin Made Mistake in Federalizing COVID Vaccine Mandates

Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said the Biden administration had made a mistake in federalizing vaccine mandates "in ways" that they did not have to.
Argentina Power Outages Arrive During Extreme Heatwave—More Than 70,000 Residents Don't Have Electricity

Argentina Power Outages Arrive During Extreme Heatwave—More Than 70,000 Residents Don't Have Electricity

What should you do during an extreme heatwave?
LUNAR NEW YEAR

The Year of the Tiger Roars

The Postal Service Issues New Stamp Celebrating the Lunar New Year.
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350.org Responds to Slate of Nominations for Federal Reserve Board

On Friday, President Biden will announce the nominations of Sarah Bloom Raskin for Vice Chair of Supervision and Lisa Cook and Phillip Jefferson for the remaining vacancies on the Federal Board of Governors.
Young Florida Man Who Stabbed 13-Year-Old Boy to Death During Sleepover Gets Life in Prison

Young Florida Man Who Stabbed 13-Year-Old Boy to Death During Sleepover Gets Life in Prison

A young Florida man was sentenced to life in prison on Thursday for killing a 13-year-old boy during a sleepover five years ago.
Florida Homeowners to Receive $42 Million for Citrus Trees Destroyed 16 Years After Their Legal Battle Began

Florida Homeowners to Receive $42 Million for Citrus Trees Destroyed 16 Years After Their Legal Battle Began

Florida will pay at least 18,000 homeowners in the state's central part for destroying their citrus trees during an effort to eradicate a harmful citrus disease.
Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro

Brazil: Effects of Omicron in the Country Evident as President Jair Bolsonaro Downplays Variant

Omicron surge was seen in Brazil as President Jair Bolsonaro continues to downplay the effects of the variant.
‘Wrongful Conviction’

Finally Free After Nine Long Years in Prison, Stephanie Spurgeon Talks with Jason Flom on ‘Wrongful Conviction’

This week on the Wrongful Conviction podcast (a Lava for Good series), Jason Flom talks with Stephanie Spurgeon, the Florida woman who spent nine years in prison despite maintaining her innocence after being convicted of manslaughter in the death of 1-year-old Maria Harris.
AR of (LFMG) SAVES A LIFE!

Detroit Rapper Saves a Man From Drowning in Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Right place, right time. Emerging Detroit based Rap group LFMG (LaFamilia Music Group) in collaboration with Best Hand Entertainment were on location in Ft. Lauderdale, FL early Thursday morning, shooting scenes for their newly released single "BETTER" (LFMG) video.
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ADP Declares Regular Quarterly Dividend

The board of directors of Automatic Data Processing, Inc. (Nasdaq: ADP) has declared a regular quarterly dividend of $1.04 per share payable April 1, 2022 to shareholders of record on March 11, 2022.
Michigan Judge Under Scrutiny After Publicly Shaming Elderly Cancer Patient for Not Tidying Up Lawn

Michigan Judge Under Scrutiny After Publicly Shaming Elderly Cancer Patient for Not Tidying Up Lawn

A judge in Michigan has come under criticism after she publicly shamed an elderly cancer patient for not properly maintaining his lawn despite medical treatments leaving him weak.
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Body Found at Jackson County Landfill Over the Weekend Identified as Former Miami Mayor's Brother: Police

Tallahassee Police Department on Wednesday identified the victim, whose body was found in a Baker Landfill Saturday, as Jorge Diaz-Johnston, the brother of former Miami mayor and Florida Democratic Party Chairman, Manny Diaz.
The City University of New York

Hunter College’s Center for Puerto Rican Studies (Centro) Receives $1.2 Million from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded Hunter College a grant of $1,238,000 to support scholarly groups at the Center for Puerto Rican Studies (Centro) that will bring together academics, journalists and artists to study issues confronting Puerto Rico and its diaspora throughout the United States.
Texas Teen Adalia Rose Dies at 15 After Her Battle With Real-Life Benjamin Button Disease

Texas Teen Adalia Rose Dies at 15 After Her Battle With Real-Life Benjamin Button Disease

Texas Teen Adalia Rose Williams has passed away at the age of 15 after her fight against the "Benjamin Button" disease, which is a rare genetic illness.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken on G7 Summit

Secretary of State Antony Blinken Says the U.S. Still Figuring Out 'Havana Syndrome' as More Officials Get Stricken With Condition

Secretary of State Antony Blinken says the U.S. is still figuring out the Havana SYndrome that affected numerous diplomats from the country.
Queen Elizabeth Strips Prince Andrew of Military Titles, Use of His Royal Highness Amid Sexual Assault Allegations

Queen Elizabeth Strips Prince Andrew of Military Titles, Use of His Royal Highness Amid Sexual Assault Allegations

Queen Elizabeth has stripped her son Prince Andrew of military titles and the use of His Royal Highness amid the sexual allegations with the Duke of York, who is currently facing a U.S. civil lawsuit.
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