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The Curious Case of China’s Feminist Eugenicists

Spike Protein Behavior

OSHA Imposes New Rule For Employer-Required COVID-19 Vaccines

After Netanyahu’s failure, Lapid tapped to form Israeli government

Doctors investigate mystery brain disease in Canada

Combined China and Russian Defense Spending Exceeds U.S. Defense Budget

A wider war coming to Myanmar

Kremlin: Russia is preparing to be disconnected from SWIFT

Poll: 25% want mask use until 2023, some ‘indefinitely’

Federal Judge Tosses National Eviction Moratorium

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Best plain English case for the prosecution:

I am no expert, but I think this has implications as to what the vaccine does to your body. The novel coronavirus’ spike protein plays additional key role in illness

Expelling Asian Americans from top schools proves NYC education is off the rails

‘It’s an act of war’: Trump’s acting Pentagon chief urges Biden to tackle directed-energy attacks

Biden Administration considering outsourcing domestic spying to private companies to get around laws that prohibit domestic spying.

Same drug can have opposite effects on memory according to sexual differences

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The Costs Are Just Up, Up, Up’: Warren Buffett Issues Grave Warning About Inflation

State revises mask mandate for outdoor athletics after Summit HS runner collapses at finish line

If you ever happen to see a picture of a “healthy young person” who dies of COVID, most often they will have this medical issue. About 78% of people who have been hospitalized, needed a ventilator, or died from Covid-19 have been overweight or obese.

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As Drought Worsens Chip Shortage, Taiwan Fights Brain Drain to China

Claw-Lightning and Claw-Thunderbolt: Turkey Engages PKK In Iraq

Brazil Rejects the Gamaleya Vaccine

Anti-masking and community mobility alone can’t explain the second wave of Covid-19 in India

Germany’s climate change laws are insufficient and violate fundamental freedoms by putting the burden of curbing CO2 emissions on the young, its highest court has ruled.

I thought it would be a passing fad but it still has legs. European Towns Remove Traffic Signs to Make Streets Safer

Infrastructure and jobs

Is a cheap ‘universal’ coronavirus vaccine on the way?

Iran leaked tape scandal claims its first victim

China’s Shale Industry Faces Numerous Challenges

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Everyday products are about to get more expensive, companies warn

Lack of tanker truck drivers could lead to gas shortages this summer

Twenty French generals implore the government to take a firm hand against chaos.

Ten states account for over 78 per cent of new Covid-19 deaths in India ..

Wednesday’s mass failure of $20 billion worth of Wind power in Australia

Lexmark’s toxic printer-ink

Biden’s Covid team split over decision to send vaccine doses abroad

Soldiers are refusing the vaccine out of spite: ‘This is the first time I get to tell the Army no!’

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“The consolations neither of Christ nor of Seneca,”

Texas, Florida Report Fewer New COVID Cases Than Michigan, Pennsylvania, New York

Mask mandate goes into effect for kids ages 2 to 4 in Michigan

How Many Nuclear Weapons Does China Really Have?

The Spy in Your Pocket

Violence erupts as Mexico’s deadly gangs aim to cement power in largest ever elections

Canadians Crossing Border in Taxis to Avoid Hotel Quarantine for Air Travelers

Changes at Basecamp