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WASHINGTON — President Biden has nominated Lt. Gen. Michael E. Kurilla to be the next head of the military’s marquee combatant operations command responsible for prosecuting the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, according to paperwork sent to the Senate. General Kurilla, if confirmed, would replace Gen. Kenneth F. McKenzie Jr., whose tenure is set to...
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WICHITA FALLS, Texas (KAUZ) – The motto “say something if you see something” applies here. Child sex trafficking is still happening. Vicky Payne from Southern Grit Advocacy said kids are most likely to be lured into exploitation from a family member rather than a stranger, and keeping an eye out can change things. “We need...
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Cocaine and human trafficking have traditionally been the crime of choice for transnational criminal organizations. However, cryptocurrency scams and forex trading scams have become new hyper-growth industries. It yielded over $14 billion in 2021 – that is near twice the $7.8 billion reported in 2020. Earlier this year, I reported on a new crypto and...
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This weekend I have … 55 minutes, and praise be. ‘The Righteous Gemstones’When to watch: Sunday at 10 p.m., on HBO. Season 2 of this televangelist comedy is finally here, more than two years after Season 1 finished — though I’m not sure I’ve gone more than a few weeks without having “Misbehavin’” stuck in...
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New York, NY, Jan. 17, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Coinrealcap is a crypto tracking portal that simplifies data to make it easier for users to make informed decisions. Coinrealcap scans for contract security so that users can easily determine whether a project is too good to be true or not. Coinrealcap helps users avoid scams...
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(Want to get this newsletter in your inbox? Here’s the sign-up.) Good evening. Here’s the latest at the end of Monday. 1. Russia played down speculation that it was preparing to invade Ukraine as its security talks with the U.S. continued. “There is no reason to fear some kind of escalatory scenario,” Sergei Ryabkov, a...
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Expressions of grief after the death of Teddy Balkind, a high school hockey player in Connecticut, have spanned the ice hockey world, from pregame moments of silence in New England to tributes on “Hockey Night in Canada” broadcasts to hockey sticks set tenderly on porches from Manitoba to Minnesota to Maine. Balkind, 16 and a...
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Boeing said on Tuesday that it received 79 new orders for planes in December, capping its best year of sales since 2018 as it tried to move past a prolonged crisis caused by two crashes of the 737 Max jet. The company sold a net 535 new planes last year after factoring in cancellations. That...
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LONDON — When President Biden met Prime Minister Boris Johnson at the White House last month, one of Mr. Biden’s advisers passed him a note reminding him to raise the issue of trade tensions over Northern Ireland. “We’ve already talked about that,” the president said, according to people in the room, referring to a one-on-one...
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¡Feliz Año Nuevo! Doesn’t it feel fabulous to be an entirely reborn person with flawless habits, unbroken willpower and a rose-tinted view of the future? Oh, that doesn’t describe you? Me neither. I didn’t make New Year’s resolutions, but on Jan. 4, I did have the bright idea to microwave a day-old croissant for 20...
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More than six years after being ousted in a sprawling soccer corruption scandal, the former FIFA president Sepp Blatter and his onetime ally Michel Platini were indicted on fraud charges on Tuesday by the authorities in Switzerland, who accused the men of arranging a secret $2 million payment. The office of Switzerland’s attorney general accused...
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(Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the sign-up.) Here are the week’s top stories, and a look ahead. 2. Novak Djokovic will not play in the Australian Open after a panel of judges upheld the government’s decision to revoke the unvaccinated tennis star’s visa. 3. The police on Saturday night rescued a rabbi...
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We are still in the midst of running a dangerous experiment on Earth’s climate system, and we get to periodically check in on the results—like laboratory rats peering at the graphs on a whiteboard across the room. And it’s that time again. Every year, global temperature can be compared to the predictions born of the...
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MILLIONS of families are being squeezed by soaring heating costs and food prices, but a money expert has revealed how he slashed his spending by more than £1,000 a year by making tiny bill changes. Consumer expert Martyn James, from Resolver, has more than a decade’s experience helping people to cut costs and claim back...
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Police are suspicious about an 18-year-old’s story about how he was shot last Wednesday evening in Ann Arbor. This story begins in Toledo, Ohio on Wednesday, January 12th.  That’s when an 18-year-old Toldeo man was picked up by a Michigan woman he met on Tinder.  He told police that his Tinder date drove him to...
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Smoke and flames billow from vehicles in Myanmar’s Hpruso township on Friday. Government troops rounded up villagers, fatally shot more than 30 and set the bodies on fire, a witness and other reports said Saturday. KNDF via AP hide caption toggle caption KNDF via AP Smoke and flames billow from vehicles in Myanmar’s Hpruso township...
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Airlines are at odds with the European Union over rules that require them to use their takeoff and landing slots at airports even when they don’t have enough passengers to justify flights. Airlines are being forced to fly thousands of nearly empty planes — sometimes called “ghost flights” — as travel plummets because of Omicron...
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Photo: David Livingston (Getty Images) Reality TV star turned cosmetics billionaire Kim Kardashian may be in trouble after acting as a cryptocurrency shill for a sketchy alt-coin last summer. Kardashian and a number of other celebrities—including boxer Floyd Mayweather and basketball star Paul Pierce—are currently being sued for promoting a cryptocurrency that allegedly earned the...
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The Gettr logo seen on a smartphone; stock image.Photo: Rafael Henrique / SOPA Images / LightRocket via Getty Images (Getty Images) Gettr, just one of the interminable Facebook/Twitter clones for MAGA chuds angry about social media rules against conspiracy theories and bigotry, sold itself to potential users as a way to escape the totalitarian tyranny...
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