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  1. BLM Activists Force Their Way Into Iowa State Capitol
  2. Could China or Russia Hack the F-35?
  3. Philippines Is Leaning Towards Allowing U.S. Troops to Maintain a Presence There
  4. South China Sea: Is a Clash Between America and China Inevitable?
  5. Lance Armstrong’s Son Accused of Sexually Assaulting a 16-Year-Old Girl
  6. Florida Sues CDC to Resume U.S. Cruise Sailings
  7. California Moves to Ban Fracking
  8. Japan imposes new coronavirus measures in Tokyo ahead of Olympics
  9. Spain's long weekend: Country launches national trial of 4-day work week
  10. Norway's PM Erna Solberg fined €2k for breaking her own government's COVID rules
  11. Iran to continue to support Syria firmly: Amir-Abdollahian
  12. US police officer quits after snow stuffed into mouth of suspect
  13. Iraq blames people for surge in coronavirus cases
  14. Kyrgyz Prosecutors Open Negligence Case After Kidnapped 'Bride' Killing
  15. Joint US-Russian crew heads to International Space Station
  16. Ukraine accuses Iran of manipulation as to causes behind plane downing
  17. Counting under way in tight Samoa election
  18. China’s factory prices surged last month; here’s why that matters
  19. Holidays for the rich: Airlines slam UK travel restart plan
  20. Average UK house price hits record high after £15,000 leap during lockdowns
  21. Travel money firm Ramsdens expects small loss as it hopes for return to holidays
  22. Seized South Korean tanker sails away from Iran’s waters ahead of nuclear talks
  23. COVID roundup: Vaccine restrictions, record cases and job losses
  24. NI riots: Police use water cannon during further riots
  25. COVID-19: Over 19,000 new daily cases in Ukraine, second day in row
  26. Culture Ministry launches free online courses in Ukrainian language
  27. In pictures: French winemakers light fires in vineyards to protect harvest from frost
  28. Covid-19: Tests for overseas travel and sports back 'vaccine passports'
  29. India’s first electric car battery plant takes shape
  30. Iran releases seized South Korean ship: Khatibzadeh
  31. Police hunt for twin sisters, 13, missing for six days
  32. Neuralink: Monkey MindPong
  33. Taiwan files charges against couple identified by Chinese defector as alleged spies
  34. Disputes with IAEA resolvable via constructive interaction
  35. Kim Jong Un compares current conditions in North Korea to famine of 1990s
  36. George Floyd died of a lack of oxygen, not drugs, says expert witness at Derek Chauvin's trial
  37. JCPOA Joint Commission to continue work today
  38. Iran frees S.Korean ship, captain after promise to help with frozen funds
  39. Iran releases seized South Korean tanker: Seoul foreign ministry
  40. Mannarino: Here Come Capital Injections And Yield Curve Control
  41. Infrastructure Bills Do Not Lead To Recovery, Only Increased Federal Control
  42. Consumer Credit in the US both booms and falls…..
  43. Fed Signals It’s Ready to Wield Power Over Short-Term Rates (Wizard Of Rates??)
  44. Absolute Mayhem is Coming, Be Careful What You Keep In the Banking System!
  45. Officials Use COVID To Create Statewide Vehicle Surveillance Programs Run By Rekor Systems
  46. Insanely Busy Mortgage Broker with Debbie Bloyd
  47. Doug Casey on the Rise of Woke Companies and ESG Investing
  48. NY Paying Illegal Immigrants Who Lost Their Jobs $15,600
  49. Military limits internet use as Myanmar information blackout worsens
  50. US blacklists seven Chinese supercomputer groups