Day: June 16, 2021

Reopening Of The Virus In California’s Economy Was Greeted With Both Joy And Caution

June 16, 2021

LOS ANGELES — On a scorching day, cable car bells rang, Minions, danced, and restaurant diners drank their beverages indoors as California’s economy reopened after 15 months of coronavirus restrictions. Restaurants and other establishments throughout the state flung open their doors wide on Tuesday, allowing fully vaccinated customers to discard their masks as the state […]

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Israeli Military Will Stop ‘Mapping’ Palestinian Houses At Nighttime

June 16, 2021

JERUSALEM — The Israeli military claims to be curtailing a contentious practice of conducting late-night raids on Palestinian homes in the West Bank in order to acquire information on the homes and their occupants. The military has previously justified the technique, known as “intelligence mapping,” as an essential counter-terrorism tool. Human rights organizations, on the […]

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GM Plans To Invest $35 Billion In Electrified And Driverless Vehicles By 2025

June 16, 2021

GM has indicated that its investment in electrified and driverless vehicles would be increased to $35 billion by 2025. In a news statement, GM chair and CEO Mary Barra stated, “We are investing aggressively in a comprehensive and highly-integrated strategy to ensure that GM leads in all elements of the transformation to a more sustainable […]

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North Korea’s Kim Warns Of ‘Tense’ Food Situation, Longer Covid-19 Lockdown

June 16, 2021

SEOUL, South Korea — As he launched a major political meeting to examine national measures to repair a shattered economy, North Korea’s Kim Jong Un warned of probable food shortages and urged his people to prepare for lengthy Covid-19 restrictions. The North’s official Korean Central News Agency also stated Wednesday that Kim asked for discussions […]

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Extreme Heat In West Could Set 200 New Records, With Temperatures Climbing 127 Degrees

June 16, 2021

On Monday, dozens of daily records were broken as Temperatures Climbing into the 90s and triple digits across the Western United States, reaching all the way north to the Canadian border. Denver reached 101 degrees, while Helena, Montana’s capital, reached a scorching 104 degrees. Salt Lake City and Billings, Montana, both set records by breaking […]

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Biden Is Getting Ready For A Long And Heated Meetings With Putin

June 16, 2021

GENEVA — President Joe Biden will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin for the first time since taking office on Wednesday in what is expected to be an hours-long, contentious meeting, one in which Biden has stated that he will lay out U.S. red lines and the consequences for Russia if they are crossed. Putin […]

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Israeli Military Claims To Conducted Airstrike On Gaza In Response To Incendiary Balloons

June 16, 2021

The Israeli military said early Wednesday that its jets attacked Gaza compounds after officials reported Hamas had fired incendiary balloons into Israel, the first such incident since the two sides agreed to a cease-fire last month after 11 days of combat. “Warplanes raided Hamas military complexes in Khan Yunis and Gaza districts a short time […]

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After Fire, Illinois Reports Plant Owner To State For Pollution And Environmental Breaches

June 16, 2021

Chemtool, the chemical company whose Rockton factory erupted in flames on Monday, was sent to Illinois authorities for pollution and environmental breaches. The Rockton fire chief warned that the fire at the grease, lube, and oil plant might turn into an “environmental nightmare” when it started on Monday. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency has asked […]

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Southwest Airlines Was Momentarily Grounded After System Outage For The Second Time In 2 Days

June 16, 2021

Southwest Airlines aircraft was momentarily grounded for the second day in a row on Tuesday due to computer difficulties. Southwest flights were grounded by the Federal Aviation Administration as the airline “fixed a reservation computer issue,” according to the agency. The ground halt was around 45 minutes long. Southwest said it was restoring regular operations […]

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Delta, Now A ‘Variant Of Concern,’ Accounts For 10 % Of New U.S. Cases, CDC Says

June 16, 2021

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the so-called delta form of the coronavirus is Variant Of Concern now accounts for about 10% of new cases in the United States. The FDA labeled the variation, which was initially discovered in India, a “variant of concern” on Monday, a classification given when there is […]

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