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‘Hurricane Gun:’ Trump Asked if China Was Launching Storms at US

Near the beginning of Donald Trump’s time in office, the then-president had a pressing question for his national-security aides and administration officials: Does China have the secret technology – a weapon, even – to create large, man-made hurricanes and then launch them at the United States? And if so, would this constitute an act of …

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Revisiting Matthew McConaughey’s The Lincoln Lawyer Before TV Show Debut

In one of the most surprising comebacks of the 21st Century, Matthew McConaughey returned to serious acting with “the McConaissance.” McConaughey had shown signs of his promising range back in the 1990s with films like A Time To Kill and Lone Star, but after the turn of the century, he almost exclusively started appearing in …

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How Skills-First Hiring Will Win Out Over More Traditional Hiring Models

Skills are skills, no matter how or where they are acquired. Skills-first hiring is trending — and for good reason getty Skills have always been the currency of work, but the way companies source skilled workers is on the brink of a major shift. According to data from LinkedIn, 40% of hirers on LinkedIn used …

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‘It was either me or him’: Officer recounts tussle with Jerusalem stabber

A Border Police officer who was stabbed by a Palestinian assailant at Jerusalem’s Damascus Gate on Sunday evening recounted on Monday the moments that led to the attack. In his first interview since the incident, the officer, identified only as Staff Sgt. M, spoke to Channel 12 from his hospital bed at Hadassah University Hospital …

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‘Rust’ Production Company Says It’s Not Responsible For Unsafe Conditions On Set – Deadline

The company that produced the ill-fated Grow movie is contesting the findings of the New Mexico Occupational Health and Safety Bureau, which last month fined the company $ 136,793 for its “willful and serious” violation of workplace safety procedures. The fine, which is the maximum allowable by law, follows the Bureau’s six-month investigation into the …

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Elon Musk says he would reverse Twitter ban on Donald Trump

Placeholder while article actions load SAN FRANCISCO – Elon Musk said he would reverse Twitter’s ban on former president Donald Trump, articulating for the first time his stance on one of the most consequential decisions before him at the social media site he is acquiring. “I do think it was not correct to ban Donald …

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Stampede at Travis Scott’s tragic Astroworld injured more than 4,900 people, new filing claims

More than 4,900 people were injured in the stampede at Travis Scott’s Astroworld concert in November 2021, a new court filing claims. Ten people were killed following a crush during Scott’s performance at NRG Park in Houston last year. A filing Monday in Harris County argued that the total number of injured concertgoers is exponentially …

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Russian envoy leaves Knesset V-Day event after MKs voice Ukraine war criticism

Russian Ambassador to Israel Anatoly Viktorov on Tuesday left a Knesset event commemorating Victory Day after lawmakers there criticized Moscow for its invasion of Ukraine. Channel 12 news reported that the envoy stormed out of the session while expressing anger over the lawmakers’ remarks. The Russian Embassy asserted that he simply left to reach the …

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Grandma’s workouts may have made you healthier – Harvard Gazette

If grandma liked working out, her pain may be your gain. It may seem unlikely, but recent research out of the Joslin Diabetes Center says it just might be the case. Laurie Goodyear, a professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and section head for integrative physiology and metabolism at Joslin, has found that a …

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