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    • Your Thursday Briefing - The New York Times
      We cover Biden’s call to strengthen the global response to the pandemic and some signs of trouble for the Chinese economy.Biden urges world to ‘go big’ against Covid President Biden on Wednesday called on executives, pharmaceutical executives and civil society organizations to forging a global plan to fight the coronavirus pandemic.Speaking at a Covid-19 virtual summit hosted with the UN, Biden…
    • Selling Access is a scandal about Joe Biden, not Hunter
      Last year the New York Post reports on The Biden family’s enrichment programs have been rejected by old media companies and cut off by new media companies. Old or new, the press was generally unwilling to let voters see the sordid reality of a candidate running as superior to the incumbent president. Now that Mr. Biden has been in the White House for eight months, will reporters be ready to act…
    • Sciarra has the experience, the dedication needed in a mayor
      Posted: 09/22/2021 12:33:33 PMOver the past eight years, I have watched Gina-Louise Sciarra work for her community as a dedicated member of Northampton City Council. I am confident that her commitment and experience as a council member (and as council chairman for two years) has prepared her to become our next mayor. She was unanimously chosen as chair of the board by her fellow board members,…
    • Texas doctor lawsuit could be best abortion law test
      DALLAS – When America’s most restrictive abortion law came into effect in Texas on September 1, it worked exactly as intended: it effectively ended all abortions in the second most populous state.But its very ingenuity – that ordinary citizens, not state officials, apply it – started to trigger lawsuits that are beyond the control of the anti-abortion movement that fought for the law.On Monday, a…
    • "Stairway to paradise" or dangerous nuisance? A Hawaiian monument is about to be scrapped.
      With their dizzying views and lush terrain, Hawaii’s famous Haiku Stairs first caught thrill-seekers decades before Instagram, their footsteps winding through a mountain range and, at times, above the clouds.Security guards, “No Entry” signs and the threat of fines did little to deter hikers from climbing 3,922 steps, known as the “Stairway to Heaven”. », To a former radio relay station used by…
    • Haitians deported from Del Rio say they feel mistreated and betrayed.
      PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – The Haitian migrants did well. Since leaving their country well over a decade ago, they have been building lives in Chile, Brazil, Panama. They had houses and cars. They had stable jobs as bank tellers, welders, mine supervisors, gas station attendants.But they longed for the possibility of a better life in the United States, under the leadership of a president who had…
    • Podesta urges Democrats to cut $ 3.5 trillion bill
      John Podesta, former chief of staff to President Bill Clinton and an influential figure among Democrats in Washington, on Wednesday called on his party lawmakers to cut back a $ 3.5 trillion draft social policy plan that involves much of President Biden’s national agenda.If they don’t, he warned, they risk not passing the legislation – and losing their majority in Congress next year.In a note sent…
    • Biden speaks with Macron, first time since diplomatic row
      President Biden spoke to French President Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday for the first time since the United States and Britain struck a new defense deal with Australia that scuttled a French $ 60 billion project. dollars in the construction of submarines and led France to declare that its oldest ally had delivered a “knife in the back”.The two leaders have agreed to meet in Europe next month,…
    • House Democrats call for answers on treatment of Haitian migrants
      House Democrats on Wednesday asked officials in the Biden administration to meet with members of the oversight committee by Friday to answer questions about the treatment of Haitian immigrants at the Texas-Mexico border after videos showed border patrol officers on horseback rounding up and threatening migrants, sparking widespread outrage.“We were alarmed to see footage of the inhumane treatment…