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  • $325M superyacht seized by US, leaves Fiji
    U.S. authorities took command of a $325 million, Russian-owned superyacht and sailed it out of Fiji’s Lautoka harbor Tuesday after the South Pacific nation’s Supreme Court lifted a stay that had delayed the seizure. Fiji Chief Justice Kamal Kumar ruled that the chances of defense lawyers mounting a successful appeal were “nil to very slim.” He said the 348-foot yacht Amadea...
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  • $40B Ukraine aid package hits wall in Senate over concerns about transparency
    President Biden’s push to pass an emergency military and humanitarian aid package to Ukraine hit a wall in the evenly split Senate on Thursday. Sen. Rand Paul, Kentucky Republican, is refusing to agree to expedite consideration of the bill over concerns there is insufficient oversight and transparency into how the money is being spent. “I think a lot of [senators] are favorably inclined that...
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  • $5 gas is here: AAA says nationwide average hits new high
    NEW YORK — The nationwide average price for a gallon of gasoline has topped $5 for the first time ever. Auto club AAA said the average price on Saturday was $5.00. Motorists in some parts of the country, especially California, are paying far above that. The national average price has jumped 19 cents in just the past week, and it’s up $1.93 from this time last year. There are several...
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  • “Alternative facts”: Harsh book reviews for Kellyanne Conway’s new memoir
    In a book review for the Guardian, attorney Lloyd Green claimed there are few reasons for anyone who has ever listened to former Donald Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway defend the former president to buy her new book, “Here’s The Deal: A Memoir” which he labeled as “thoroughly selective when it comes to inconvenient truths.” Conway, is currently making the...
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  • “Completely unfair”: Marjorie Taylor Greene complains that people think she is “unintelligent”
    Rep. Majorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., blamed the media this week because she said people believe that she is “angry or crazy or unintelligent.” “They create me as someone to not be liked,” Greene told conservative podcast host Lisa Boothe. “They make me out as if I’m angry or crazy or basically just unintelligent, which, you know, is completely...
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  • “Everything shook”: Last civilians leave Ukraine steel mill
    Pale and drawn, the last civilians sheltering in the bunkers beneath the sprawling steel mill in the decimated Ukrainian port city of Mariupol arrived late Sunday night in Zaporizhzhia, the first major Ukrainian city beyond the frontline By ELENA BECATOROS Associated Press May 9, 2022, 2:12 AM • 4 min read Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article ZAPORIZHZHIA, Ukraine...
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  • “Freudian slip”: George Bush condemns the “unjustified and brutal invasion of Iraq… I mean Ukraine”
    Former President George W. Bush left critics stunned on Wednesday after accidentally condemning his own invasion of Iraq while criticizing Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. Bush, who was accused of stealing the 2000 election before launching an invasion of Iraq under false pretenses that killed hundreds of thousands of civilians, during a brief speech at...
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  • “National Conservative” manifesto: A plan for fascism — but it’s not hypothetical
    Last November in Orlando, dozens of the right’s leading intellectuals, writers and think tank staffers gathered for the first meeting of the National Conservatism conference since the COVID pandemic hit, drawing journalists from across the political spectrum seeking to untangle what this high-brow gathering of avowed nationalists was all about. The emergence of the...
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  • “Non-stop” shelling of Azovstal plant overnight, Mariupol official says
    (Donetsk Military Administration) The Ukrainian armed forces say the Russians have had “no success” with efforts to break through front lines in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions over the past 24 hours. In its operational update for Thursday, the General Staff said: “Lyman, Severodonetsk and Popasna areas. The enemy units are trying to conduct offensive operations; no...
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  • “This is an attempt at gun control”: Ted Cruz fought Russian sanctions over ammo “shortage” concerns
    On Friday, The Washington Post reported that Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, was one of several lawmakers who wrote to the Biden administration in September demanding an end to the embargo on Russian ammunition imports. “The group sent a letter dated Sept. 3 to Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Treasury Secretary Janet L. Yellen accusing the administration of using the sanctions as...
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