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UK’s Labour suspends lawmaker for saying British finance minister Kwasi Kwarteng ‘superficially’ Black

The state university's general counsel sent an email to all faculty and staff on Friday warning that under Idaho's abortion ban which went into effect in August, they could face a felony conviction if they are accused of speaking in support of abortion rights, counseling a student on how to get abortion care, or talking about abortion care in a way that is not...

Kremlin propagandists ‘panic’ that Putin’s mobilization could lead to ‘mutiny’: report

It's been less than a week since Russian President Vladimir Putin announced his mass mobilization to shore up his flailing war in Ukraine, but Russian state television hosts are reportedly already in a "panic" over potential blowback.The Daily Beast's Julia Davis, who monitors and translates Russian state TV broadcasts, reports that Putin-backing media figures Vladimir Solovyov and Margarita Simonyan were despondent this past weekend...

Mike Lee: It’s ‘overreach’ to arrest anti-abortion activist for assaulting elderly man twice

Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) argued on Sunday that the Department of Justice went too far when it arrested a Catholic man in front of his seven children for assaulting an elderly abortion activist twice. In a press release last week, the Department of Justice revealed that it had arrested Mark Houck, 48, for "violation of the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE)...

Olympic abuse scandal: A strange twist

This is a tale full of Kafkaesque twists about the efforts of the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) and its affiliated national sport governing bodies (NGBs) to make it look as if they're doing something about their sexual abuse problem. It's also a story that gets pretty deep in the weeds and one that bumps up against a basic reality: Although many millions of viewers...

Fleeing Russian man paints scathing portrait of Putin’s leadership: ‘A few old men are leading us to hell’

This comes as demonstrators in the Iranian capital and 14 other cities have blocked streets, thrown stones at security forces and set fire to police vehicles. The official death toll from popular unrest in Iran shot up to 17 on Thursday as Raisi vowed that Amini’s death would be investigated. She died in a Tehran hospital on September 16 after falling into a...
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