Joe Biden Administration to Withdraw US Troops From Afghanistan by September 11
President Joe Biden is slated to withdraw all remaining United States troops from Afghanistan by September 11. This date would be the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks that prompted the US' involvement in its longest war.
$50k Student Loan Forgiveness Would Free 36 Million Student Borrowers From Debt
A $50,000 student loan forgiveness would free student borrowers from debt if the Biden administration agrees with the progressives' demands.
Egypt Seizes Ever Given Ship in Suez Canal, Pending $900 Million Compensation
Egypt has seized the container ship barring the Suez Canal, according to the vessel's owner on Tuesday. This is during a dispute over the amount of compensation the nation is owed after the weeklong shutdown of the waterway.
Peru Faces Polarizing Presidential Run-Off as Far-Left Candidate Pedro Castillo Leads
Peru faces a polarizing presidential run-off vote. This is wherein a hard-left schoolteacher will face the far-right heiress to one of the country’s most enduring political dynasties.
New York Parent Files Lawsuit to Marry Biological Child
A New York parent who wants to marry their own adult offspring is suing to overturn laws hindering the incestuous practice. The parent called it a matter of "individual autonomy."
Joe Biden’s Infrastructure Plan Tops Congress Priorities
When President Joe Biden recently declared a $2.3 trillion spending plan, a number of Democrats in Washington grumbled. Their complaints included the price tag was not large enough and that the Washington power grab was not driven enough.
Myanmar Post-Coup Protests Records Over 700 Fatalities
Myanmar security forces have reported over 700 civilians killed since the February 1 coup, according to a human rights group. On Friday, at least 82 fatalities were recorded in the city of Bago amid a crackdown against anti-coup demonstrators.
Mypillow CEO Starts Private Investigation Into Fox News for Not Letting Him Report on Election Fraud Claims
Mypillow CEO Mike Lindell stated he had deployed private investigators to probe into Fox News because the news outlet, according to him, declined to report on election fraud claims.
Joe Biden Announces New Gun Control EOs That Are Reportedly Limited
President Joe Biden declared on April 8 numerous new gun control guidelines following two mass shootings in March. Biden claimed shootings are a "public health crisis."
Volcano Erupts for Second Time at St. Vincent on Caribbean Island
The La Soufrière volcano on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent flared up for a second time Friday, according to the nation's National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO).
Pennsylvania Agrees To Remove Names of Deceased Citizens From Voter Rolls
According to an election-integrity watchdog group, Pennsylvania agreed to remove the names of dead people from voter rolls after agreeing upon a settlement with state officials.
Most Canadians Still Await Vaccination, Envy US Vaccine Roll-Out
Canada has one of the slowest vaccine dissemination among developed economies. It is now imposing new lockdowns to mitigate a surge in infections.
2 Vaccine Sites Close After Reactions to Johnson & Johnson Dose
The race to vaccinate encountered more roadblocks on Thursday. Numerous patients at a North Carolina mass vaccination site experiences immediate reactions to the Johnson & Johnson dose. One day previously, 11 people had unfavorable reactions in Denver, ranging from nausea and dizziness.
Japanese Woman, First COVID-19 Patient to Receive Living Donor Lung Transplant in the World
A woman from Japan has become the globe's first COVID-19 patient to be granted a living donor lung transplant. She received lung segments from her husband and son after her organs failed due to damage caused by the novel coronavirus.
AstraZeneca Vaccine Linked to Rare Blood Clots, European Union Confirms
European regulators concluded a strong association between AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine and life-threatening conditions involving the uncommon combination of low levels of blood platelets and blood clots.