Many in Ian’s Path Can’t Count on Insurance; Texas DA Names Officer Who Shot Teenager; Putin Claims Kerch Bridge Attack “Terrorism”

October 9, 2022

While many of those on Florida's coast had the necessary flood insurance to protect them from the damage done by Hurricane Ian, most of those in the central portion of the state did not. According to a statement issued by Bexar County District Attorney Joe Gonzales, San Antonio Officer James Brennand is the officer who shot and killed a 17-year-old boy as he ate while sitting in a McDonald's parking lot. Russian President Vladimir Putin has described a Ukrainian attack that damaged the Kerch Bridge connecting Russia to Crimea as "a terrorist act" by Ukrainian special services.


Biden Warns of Nuclear “Armageddon”; Uvalde School District Suspends Police Force; Solid Job Growth Means More Fed Hikes

October 7, 2022

At a fundraising event Thursday night, President Joe Biden told Democratic donors that the world is now facing the threat of nuclear war. The Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District suspended its school police force on Friday. While the September jobs report showing steady growth is great news for America's job seekers, it likely means that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates once again in an attempt to slow inflation.


U.S. Rail Strike Narrowly Averted; Governors Abbot and DeSantis Send Migrants to Martha’s Vineyard, DC; China Questions Russian Invasion of Ukraine

September 15, 2022

Rail unions negotiated a tentative agreement Thursday, narrowly avoiding a nationwide rail strike. Republican Govs. Ron DeSantis and Greg Abbott sending migrants to Martha’s Vineyard and Vice President Kamala Harris’ residence in DC is a “cruel, premeditated political stunt.” Chinese leader Xi Jinping has "questions and concerns" over Russia's faltering invasion of Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin admitted on Thursday.


Artemis I Launch Delayed; Named Tropical System Likely by Labor Day; Counteroffensive Under Way In Ukraine

August 29, 2022

NASA's planned launch of the Artemis 1 spacecraft was delayed this morning. NHC is tracking an area of low pressure over the central Atlantic that has an 80 percent chance of becoming a named system within the next five days. Senior US officials have said that Ukrainian forces are conducting "shaping" operations ahead of a planned counteroffensive in the southern region of the country. 


Arkansas Police Officers Suspended After Brutal Beating; Russia Blames Ukraine for Car Bombing; US Battles Overlapping Health Emergencies

August 22, 2022

Three Arkansas police officers were suspended after a video surfaced of them beating a suspect. Russia is blaming the Ukrainian secret service for the car bombing death of Russian political commentator Darya Dugina. Overlapping health emergencies has some health officials concerned as the country moves towards cold and flu season.


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