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14 Students, 1 Teacher Killed After Shooting at Texas Elementary School: Governor

14 Students, 1 Teacher Killed After Shooting at Texas Elementary School: Governor

By Zachary Stieber Fourteen children and a teacher were fatally shot by an 18-year-old male at an elementary school in Texas on May 24, Gov. Greg Abbott said. The male, identified as Salvador Romas, drove to Robb Elementary School in Uvalde and opened fire, the governor told a briefing in Abilene. “He shot and killed—horrifically, incomprehensively—14 students, and killed…

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Department of Justice Mistakenly Referred to During Opening of Trump–Russia Probe: FBI Agent

By John Haughey and Zachary Stieber WASHINGTON—The investigation into claims of a secret communications channel between Donald Trump and Russia was not triggered by the Department of Justice (DOJ), despite the document memorializing the investigation stating it was, an FBI agent testified on May 24. The electronic communications on the probe, dated Sept. 23, 2016, say the FBI received a referral of information from…

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Biden: Rising Gas Prices an ‘Incredible Transition’

By Nick Ciolino President Joe Biden appeared to try to put a positive spin on skyrocketing gas prices Monday while taking questions from reporters during his trip to Japan. When asked about the economy, inflation, and the record prices Americans continue to pay at the pump, Biden characterized the increased cost of gasoline as an “incredible transition.”…

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JPMorgan CEO Speaks of ‘Big Storm Clouds’ Over US Economy

By Nicholas Dolinger JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon spoke to investors on Monday at the company’s first investor day since the outbreak of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, taking stock of the troubles that threaten the U.S. economy while also highlighting reasons for optimism under the circumstances. In his remarks, Dimon described a “strong economy” with…

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Elon Musk Calling for ‘Hardcore’ Legal Team Made of ‘Streetfighters’

By Gary Bai Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk is assembling a “hardcore” legal team made of “streetfighters” amid a series of quarrels with some of the most powerful people in the country. “Tesla is building a hardcore litigation department where we directly initiate & execute lawsuits,” said Musk in a May 20 tweet. “The team will…

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DC Attorney General Sues Zuckerberg Over Cambridge Analytica Data Breach Scandal

By Rita Li Washington, D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine on Monday filed a lawsuit against Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg for allegedly failing to secure millions of users’ data during the Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal. The 37-page filing (pdf) accuses Facebook, now known as Meta Platforms, of violating the district’s Consumer Protection Procedures Act by misleading users about…

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Jack Posobiec Detained by Police at World Economic Forum in Davos

By Caden Pearson Conservative American author and podcast host Jack Posobiec said he was briefly detained by police at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos while reporting on assignment for Turning Point USA to “expose the ‘Great Reset’ agenda.” Videos emerged on social media showing Posobiec at an outdoor table on the sidewalk surrounded by around four armed and…

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Musk Suggests Slashing Twitter Takeover Offer Based on Bot Numbers

By Naveen Athrappully Elon Musk has suggested he wants to slash his initial $44 billion takeover bid for social media platform Twitter after accounting for the proportion of bots present on the microblogging site. “I’m worried that Twitter has a disincentive to reduce spam, as it reduces perceived daily users,” Musk said in a series of…

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Texas Ranchers Struggling With Property Damage Amid Surge of Illegal Immigrants

By Autumn Spredemann As a human tidal wave continues flowing across the U.S. southern border from Mexico, cattle ranchers in Texas scramble to deal with the destruction done by illegal immigrants and human traffickers. There were 201,800 encounters between U.S. Border Patrol agents and illegal aliens along the southwest land border in April, according to data released…

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Saudi Arabia Signals Backing for Russia in OPEC+

By Tom Ozimek Saudi Arabia has signaled its support for Russia as a continued member of the OPEC+ oil cartel, which comes amid ongoing Western pressure to sanction and isolate Moscow over the Ukraine invasion. Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman, the energy minister of Saudi Arabia, told the Financial Times in an interview published on May 22 that he sees Russia as…

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