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California Gov. Gavin Newsom Refuses Parole for Robert F. Kennedy Killer Sirhan Sirhan

California Gov. Gavin Newsom denies to award parole on Robert F. Kennedy assassin, Sirhan Sirhan.
Florida Bill to OK Microphones on Teachers, Cameras Placed on Classrooms

Florida Bill to OK Microphones on Teachers, Cameras Placed on Classrooms

Florida lawmakers are in discussions regarding a bill that would allow school districts in Florida to place cameras in classrooms and microphones on teachers.
Couple in Puerto Rico Face Trial After Refusing to Follow COVID Protocol

Couple in Puerto Rico Face Trial After Refusing to Follow COVID Protocol

A couple in Puerto Rico now faces trial after they refused to follow COVID protocols and fill out a traveler's declaration form.
Mexico Backed by Canada in New US Car Rules Complaint! Both Countries to Request for Dispute Resolution

Mexico Backed by Canada in New U.S. Car Rules Complaint! Both Countries to Request for Dispute Resolution

Here are other details of their latest auto trade issue.
TERRY BRADSHAW

HBO Sports® and NFL Films Present TERRY BRADSHAW: GOING DEEP, Debuting February 1

An Intimate Portrait Of Hall Of Fame Quarterback And Emmy®-Winning Broadcaster Terry Bradshaw.
350.org

350.org Responds to Powell Confirmation Hearing, Climate Stress Tests

Today, Jerome Powell at his confirmation hearing for his second term as Chair of the Federal Reserve, responded to a question on the emerging risk of climate change to financial institutions and the use of climate stress tests for banks. Powell responded that climate stress tests are a likely tool going forward.
Marine Corps Heritage Foundation

Last Chance to Submit Nominations for Prestigious Marine Corps Heritage Foundation January 15

Marines and civilians eligible for categories including journalism, photography and writing.
 Elon Musk Visits Site Of New Tesla Gigafactory In Germany

Elon Musk Calls California’s Solar Metering Rules ‘Bizarre Anti-Environment Move'

Tesla CEO Elon Musk weighed in on a controversial issue in California: The state's proposed solar tax, calling it a "bizarre anti-environmental move by the California government,” on his tweet, late Tuesday evening.
Gabby Petito makeshift memorial

Brian Laundrie Update: Report Reveals Moab City Police Who Responded to Gabby Petito and Her Fiance Did 'Unintentional Mistakes'

A report reveals that the Moab city police officers who responded to Brian Laundrie and Gabby Petito last year made "unintentional mistakes."
Joe Rogan on UFC 269

Joe Rogan Under Fire After Over 200 Doctors and Scientists Call on Spotify to Monitor His Podcast Due to COVID Misinformation

Doctors and Scientists urge Spotify to monitor Joe Rogan's podcast over COVID misinformation.
TikTok Creator Rory Teasley Dead at 28 After Boyfriend Strangled Him Over Video Game Fight

TikTok Creator Rory Teasley Dead at 28 After Boyfriend Strangled Him Over Video Game Fight

TikTok creator Rory Teasley has died after his long-time boyfriend of 10 years has reportedly strangled him over a video game fight.
Chile Start’s Fourth Dose of COVID Vaccine As Omicron Variant Drives Increase of Cases

Chile Starts Fourth Dose of COVID Vaccine As Omicron Variant Drives Increase of Cases

Chile has started giving the fourth dose of COVID vaccines as the Omicron variant causes a surge in cases. It is the first Latin American country to administer the fourth dose of jabs.
Hunter Biden and Son in Washington D.C.

Hunter Biden's Ex-Wife Kathleen Buhle Opens Up About Their Divorce in Her Book

Hunter Biden's ex-wife Kathleen Buhle set to release a book addressing their divorce.
Prince Andrew’s Bid to Dismiss Case With Virginia Roberts Giuffre Denied by Judge’s Ruling

Prince Andrew's Bid to Dismiss Case With Virginia Roberts Giuffre Denied by Judge's Ruling

Prince Andrew is set to face a civil case in the United States after a federal judge has ruled to deny the Duke of York's bid to dismiss the case against him.
Ronnie Spector, Who Fronted Girl Group “The Ronettes”, Died at 78 After Fight With Cancer

Ronnie Spector, Who Fronted Girl Group "The Ronettes", Died at 78 After Fight With Cancer

The leader of the girl group "The Ronettes," Ronnie Spector, has died at 78 after her fight with cancer. The pop singer was known for singing 1960s hits as "Be My Baby," "Baby I Love You," and "Walking in the Rain."
Baby's hands

A New Mexico City Will Install Baby Box Days After Teen Mom Tosses Newborn on Dumpster

A city in New Mexico will install baby box days after a teen mom was recorded throwing her newborn inside a trash bag in a dumpster.
January 6 Select Committee Wants Interview With Kevin McCarthy Regarding Phone Call With Donald Trump During Riot

January 6 Select Committee Wants Interview With Kevin McCarthy Regarding Phone Call With Donald Trump During Riot

The House select committee leading the probe on the incident of January 6 on Capitol had formally requested an interview with the minority leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy, who was in communications with former President Donald Trump during and after the Capitol breach.
ADP Return to Workplace Award

ADP Wins 2022 BIG Innovation Award for Return to Workplace and COVID-19 Vaccination Status Solution

Dynamic solution helps HR leaders make informed decisions about workforce safety rooted in timely people data.
The North American Bitcoin Conference

Billionaire Investor Mark Cuban to Share Stage at BTC Miami with Mayor Francis Suarez to Kick Off Blockchain Week

Shark Tank star and Miami Mayor to address 4000+ at The North American Bitcoin Conference.
 Honduran Migrant Drowns in Gravel Pit After Fleeing Texas National Guardsmen Near U.S.-Mexico Border

Honduran Migrant Drowns in Gravel Pit After Fleeing Texas National Guardsmen Near U.S.-Mexico Border

Border Patrol agents retrieved the body of a man who drowned in a water-filled gravel pit after he ran from Texas National Guardsmen at the U.S.-Mexico border.
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