Thursday 23 June 2022

⚖️ Two More Key Supreme Court Decisions Released

Today the Supreme Court released two decisions, one that overturned a New York Law that restricted open carry of firearms and another that protects police from being sued for failing to read suspects their Miranda rights.

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💻 Happy 31st Birthday to Sonic the Hedgehog

Sonic the Hedgehog was released on June 23rd, 1991, and video game enthusiasts are taking to social media to celebrate the revolutionary game today.

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💻 Get Ready for Shelves without Juuls

The FDA ordered Juul to pull its product from American shelves after denying its application to sell its menthol and tobacco-flavored e-cigarettes and pods.

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⚖️ Senate Inches Closer to Passing Gun Safety Bill

After clearing a potential GOP filibuster, a bipartisan gun safety bill made it another step closer to passing in the Senate.

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🍿 Arch Manning to Play for the Texas Longhorns

Heir to the Manning football dynasty and top recruit Arch Manning announced his commitment to play for the Texas Longhorns.

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⚖️ Happy Title IX Day

Today is the 50th anniversary of Title IX, which cleared the way for equal educational and athletic access for girls and boys.

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⚖️ Stacey Abrams Pushes for a Living Wage for Police

Abrams, who is running for Governor of Georgia, outlined her plan to fund Georgia Law Enforcement to rebuild community trust and implement accountability.

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💻 More Layoffs Rattle the Tech World

MasterClass and Netflix announced layoffs, while other tech companies are withdrawing job offers, leaving applicants stranded.

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⚖️ Biden Administration Will Cancel Another $6 Million in Student Loans

Another round of defrauded students, about 200,000, will have their student loans canceled by Biden's Department of Education.

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🍿 Sorry, Charlie, Khaby Lame Is Now the King of Tik Tok

Tik Tok star Khaby Lame, famous for his exasperated expression, surpassed Charlie D'Amelio in followers, making him the most followed star on the platform.

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⚖️ Biden Will Pay Havana Syndrome Sufferers

The Biden Administration plans to pay current and former diplomats and spies for the U.S. who are victims of Havana Syndrome up to $200,000 in compensation.

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🍿 Could Kyrie Irving Be Leaving the Nets?

Brooklyn Nets player Kyrie Irving's future is uncertain with the team as contract negotiations drag on, which could also pull Kevin Durant away from the Nets that had a disappointing season despite their star power.

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💻 What Voice Do You Want Alexa to Have?

Amazon is developing a feature using AI that would allow Alexa users to program the device to speak with the voice of a living or dead relative.

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⚖️ More Revelations from the Fifth January 6 Hearing

Today's hearings focused on Trump's efforts to influence members of the Department of Justice to fabricate or certify allegations of voter fraud, as well as the resistance of the DOJ who refused to do so.

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The fourth season of Succession will premiere on March 26, 2021. The explosive third season has led some fans to believe that this could be the final season.
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Succession Season Four Announced

The fourth season of Succession will premiere on March 26, 2021. The explosive third season has led some fans to believe that this could be the final season.
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Premiere date revealed

  • The fourth season of the hit "Succession" will premiere on Sunday, March 26, 2021.
  • The third season of the show ended with Logan Roy selling Waystar Royco, screwing over his kids.
  • Fans have speculated that the fourth season will be its last, thanks to the explosive ending of the third season.
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Three men were indicted today in a plot to kill an Iranian-American journalist on US soil. The three members are part of an Eastern European criminal group with ties to Iran.
Three men were indicted today in a plot to kill an Iranian-American journalist on US soil. The three members are part of an Eastern European criminal group with ties to Iran.
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Foiled plot

  • Three members of an Eastern European criminal group tied to Iran have been indicted for a plot to murder a US journalist who was critical of Iran.
  • The DOJ announced the charges against Rafat Amirov, Polad Omarov, and Khalid Mehdiyev.
  • The three were charged with murder-for-hire and money laundering for plotting to kill Iranian American journalist and human rights activist Mashih Alinejad.
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A court released body camera footage and the 911 call from the attack on Paul Pelosi, the husband of former speaker of the house, Nancy Pelosi.
A court released body camera footage and the 911 call from the attack on Paul Pelosi, the husband of former speaker of the house, Nancy Pelosi.
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Footage released

  • A court released police body camera footage and a 911 call from the October attack on former Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband in their San Francisco home.
  • The footage shows the attacker being tackled by police officers after attacking Pelosi with a hammer.
  • The footage was released by the San Francisco Superior Court.
  • Nancy Pelosi declined to comment on the footage.
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