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This past Wednesday, Idaho became the fourth state on the list to put a ban on requiring proof of vaccination before its residents can use public services or attend events. Republican Governor Brad Little issued an executive order that bans any “vaccine passport” laws. This comes after the ratifying of such orders from Florida, Utah, …

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This past Wednesday, China issued a warning to the United States to not boycott the Beijing Winter Olympics coming next year. The talks of boycotts stem from alleged human rights abuses and violations against ethnic minorities in Xinjiang. The warning comes after the Biden administration recently stated that it was looking into a coordinated response …

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As travelers start to get ready to return to ships this upcoming summer, Carnival Cruise Line is seeing a significant increase in demand. However, with COVID-19 restrictions still in place throughout the United States, the company has stated that it may need to move its homeports out of the country. The cruise line has seen …

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The restaurant industry in the United States has been hit with a new issue, a shocking shortage of ketchup. According to The Wallstreet Journal, during the past year in pandemic takeout services and delivery options have created an unusually high demand for “sachets,” the technical name for the small individual ketchup packets that are often …

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“One Tree Hill” actress Sophia Bush has drawn a parallel between the prohibition of puberty blockers and sex-change surgeries for minors to “murder.” In a post on her Instagram this past week, Sophia Bush, 38, has expressed outrage over the Arkansas legislature’s passing of the Save Adolescents From Experimentation (SAFE) Act. The act is set …

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Daughter of former President Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Chelsea Clinton is going to launch a new podcast on the iHeartMedia on April 13. Clinton’s podcast will be titled “In Fact with Chelsea Clinton” and will interview guests while referencing her previous work in public health, politics, and international relations, reported the …

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The career U.S. Capitol Police officer, William “Billy” Evans, was killed in the line of duty this past Friday afternoon by a 25-year-old man who attacked him and another officer with a car. It is planned that he will lie in honor in the Capitol Rotunda later on this month, congressional leadership stated early Tuesday …

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Republican state lawmakers in Georgia want Coca-cola to remove all of its products from all congressional offices following the company slamming the state’s new election reforms. On Saturday, Republican State House Reps. Victor Anderson, Clint Crowe, Matt Barton, Jason Ridley, Lauren McDonald III, Stan Gunter, Dewayne Hill, and Marcus Wiedower all signed a letter denouncing …

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This past Monday, Officials of the Russian higher-ups said that they will keep slowing down Twitter until the end of next month. They also said that they will not entirely block Twitter because of the fact that the platform is removing content and posts that have been deemed harmful. Twitter and the Russian government have …

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On Wednesday, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized two tests that could let people rest for COVID-19 in their own homes without a prescription. The two tests approved this week were Quidel’s QuickVue test and Abbott’s BinaxNOW test. NPR reported, “The only other at-home coronavirus test that has been authorized to be …

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