Day: April 25, 2022

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Biden Picks Bridget Brink to Be Ambassador to Ukraine

[ad_1] WASHINGTON — President Biden’s pick for ambassador to Ukraine will bolster relations between Washington and Kyiv after years without a Senate-confirmed envoy in the post, veteran diplomats say, but a return to a U.S. diplomatic presence during a war brings new risk for the Biden administration. After months of delays that confounded veteran diplomats, […]

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Republicans urged Trump to take action on January 6

[ad_1] As rioters stormed the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021, White House chief of staff Mark Meadows was bombarded with text messages from Republicans urging President Trump to intervene. The messages also reveal that some House Republicans were discussing martial law. Robert Costa has the latest. [ad_2]

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Cattle smuggling, post-poll violence cases: TMC’s Mondal seeks time to appear before CBI, sparks war of words

[ad_1] Trinamool Congress’ Birbhum district president and chief minister Mamata Banerjee’s close aide Anubrata Mondal has written to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) seeking time till May 21 to appear before the federal agency in connection with cases of cattle smuggling and post-poll violence in West Bengal. This is the first time that the […]

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Women’s Tennis Stays Out of China Through 2022 over Peng Shuai Case

[ad_1] Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) CEO Steve Simon said on Sunday that tournaments will remain suspended in China until 2023. The WTA canceled all tournaments in China in December 2021 to protest China’s treatment of women’s tennis champion Peng Shuai after she accused former Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli of sexual assault. The WTA was one […]

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Castellini apologizes to Reds workers for infamous ‘Where are you going to go?’ – Bull Dog Reports

[ad_1] By Brian PlanalpFOX19 CINCINNATI (FOX19) – Cincinnati Reds President and COO Phil Castellini has issued a formal apology to workers within the organization for an unsubtle threat to fans about moving the team due to profitability, according to national baseball reporter John Heyman. Heyman reports Castellini as having said: “My remarks were flat wrong […]

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Opinion | QAnonization, Orbanization and Disney

[ad_1] Until recently the current confrontation between Disney and the State of Florida would have seemed inconceivable. The attacks by Florida Republicans on the entertainment giant will hurt the state’s economy, possibly severely; they reflect a sudden lurch toward intolerance in a nation that seemed to be growing ever more tolerant; and the allegations against […]

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For NATO pilots trained to fly MiGs, learning to fly the F-35 ‘is far too much to grasp,’ former F-35 test pilot says

[ad_1] US and Dutch F-35As during an exercise over the Netherlands, February 22, 2022US Air Force/Tech. Sgt. Rachel Maxwell More and more European militaries are buying the F-35 to update their air forces. The arrival of the F-35 means pilots in those air forces have to learn to fly a more advanced jet. That isn’t […]

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HUDCO felicitates UPEIDA for infra push

[ad_1] As the 52nd Foundation Day celebrations of HUDCO ended in New Delhi, Uttar Pradesh Expressways Industrial Development Authority was felicitated for giving a boost to the infrastructure in the state through expressways. The award was conferred by Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri and was received by UPEIDA CEO Awanish Kumar Awasthi. Official sources said […]

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McCarthy’s Denial Doesn’t Make Any Sense — ‘Just a Horrible Lie’

[ad_1] CNN anchor Jake Tapper on Monday’s broadcast of “The Lead” reacted to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy’s (R-CA) denial about his conversation with Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY), in which he said he would recommend that then-President Donald Trump should resign. Tapper said, “Moments ago at the press conference on the border. You asked McCarthy […]

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John Stofa, first Cincinnati Bengals player, dies at 79 – Bull Dog Reports

[ad_1] John StofaWCPO CINCINNATI — John Stofa, the Cincinnati Bengals’ first player, died over the weekend at age 79. Known as “The Original Bengal,” the team said Stofa recently battled Parkinson’s. known as ‘The Original Bengal,’ died over the weekend at age 79. Paul Brown traded for the University of Buffalo grad before Cincinnati’s inaugural […]

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