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King Charle’s New Royal Portrait Draws Mixed Reactions

King Charles III's first official portrait since his coronation has been released at Buckingham Palace, and it has vibrant red brushstrokes. But not everyone...

Judge Refuses Attempt to Appeal Rudy Giuliani’s Judgement

According to the bankruptcy court, Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani cannot dispute a $148 million defamation judgment against two former election workers. According...

ICC Faces Heat for Putin Arrest Warrant, Not Arresting Netanyahu

Russia has been vocal in its disapproval of the International Criminal Court's arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin in connection to Moscow's invasion...

Teen Who Murdered Mom of Two Sentenced to 14 Years

An Australian judge on Monday sentenced the teenage boy who fatally stabbed Queensland resident Emma Lovell to death on Boxing Day in 2022 to...

Sen. Bob Menendez’s Corruption Trial Starts

The corruption trial of New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez began in a Manhattan federal court on Monday and is expected to last up to...

San Fran Program Provides Free Alcohol to Homeless Alcoholics

The city of San Francisco is facing pushback over its harm-reduction efforts, which include providing alcohol to homeless alcoholics. The city set up its “managed...

Refugee Murders Swedish Girlfriend in Suspected Honor Killing

A 20-year-old pregnant Swedish woman was murdered by her boyfriend in an apparent honor killing, prosecutors say. Saga Forsgren Elneborg was found strangled to death by...

Poll Reveals 70% of Portland Voters Dissatisfied With City Leadership

An overwhelming majority of voters in the Portland area disapprove of how the progressive leadership in the city is handling matters. A new poll revealed...

Pfizer Settles 10,000 Lawsuits After Heartburn Medicine Linked to Cancer

Big Pharma company Pfizer confirmed this week that it is going to settle more than 10,000 lawsuits. All of the lawsuits revolve around the Zantac...

57 Million Americans in Tornado Zone, Severe Winds and Floods Possible

Tornadoes and other severe weather conditions are possible for more than half a million Americans later this week, spanning the states of Texas, Missouri,...

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