Tuesday, October 19, 2021



It’s not that the United States can’t do things right. It’s just doing them too slowly.

Sebastian, Canada. See that tree trunk? Its individual sections have been cut away in places. Now that we’ve grasped your point, let’s apply it to what’s taken place in recent years. The world has

SWAT team arrests man who was on the run for shooting police officer

Former serviceman Brandon Ian Culver has been arrested in the shooting death of a police officer in Lakeland, Florida. Around 1:00 am, Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd told The Washington Post, Culver and another

Ronald Reagan shooter to get unconditional release

John Hinckley Jr., who shot and paralyzed former President Ronald Reagan more than three decades ago, will be given an unconditional release later this year, according to newly obtained documents. The decision was made

The Russian cyberattack to Germany led to the party that votes closest to Moscow losing a party leader

In light of last year's revelation that the Russian government was behind the cyberattack on the German federal election, NATO agreed last week to strengthen the alliance's defenses against potential attempts by Moscow to

‘La Música de una Ciudad’: A transgender Mexican’s life story

Written by Esteban Bustamante, CNN Mexico City Written by Esteban Bustamante, CNN Mexico City One of the most populous cities in Latin America, Mexico is home to more than 100 different religions and thousands

India farmers take to the streets over land laws

Farmers from northern India went on strike on Wednesday to protest against new land laws drafted three years ago by a new rightwing government. The measures, including a property tax on farmers, have been

North Korea upholds constitution’s defense, self-defence principles

North Korea has upheld its founding principles of peace and self-defence in a newly released document used to commemorate the upcoming 60th anniversary of the founding of the Supreme People's Assembly. Despite boasting the

U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley Silence on Terrorism — The Week in Focus

According to his speech, US ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley had a “list of 168 different things to say that we’ve done,” yet the priority of this critical meeting of world leaders

Culture Lesson from China: The burning of coal poses a serious threat to human health and the environment

For an economy that depends heavily on infrastructure development, China has been obsessed with meeting its energy goals. Late last month, China’s central government announced that it will need to use all available resources

Taliban enact shaving, beard trimming ban for barbers in 1 Afghanistan province

Arts & Culture Taliban enact shaving, beard trimming ban for barbers in 1 Afghanistan province The Taliban are cracking down on bearded men in one of Afghanistan’s most rugged provinces, according to a Taliban

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