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  1. Covid vaccination staff set sail to jab Caldey Island monks
  2. UIA to offer passenger flight over Chornobyl NPP
  3. The New York Post says it is testing a personalized shopping widget after its affiliate commerce revenues grew 94% YoY in 2020 (Max Willens/Digiday)
  4. Scott sets new British record at Olympic trials as Peaty impresses again
  5. 100+ Republicans Send Letter to Biden HHS Secretary to Urge Against Title X Funding of Abortion
  6. San Francisco State University to Hold New Webinar With Palestinian Terrorist Leila Khaled After Zoom Refused to Stream Event Last Year
  7. Czech Republic to offer Prague as venue for Biden-Putin summit – media
  8. Asda to axe 1,200 bakery jobs as shoppers shun loaves
  9. VIDEO: BLM Invades A Texas Restaurant…
  10. DOJ Announces No Charges For Capitol Police Officer Filmed Executing Unarmed Air Force Vet Ashli Babbitt
  11. Turkish writer Ahmet Altan released from prison: Lawyer
  12. Blinken Hints at New Normalization Deals in Israeli Independence Day Remarks: ‘I Expect Israel’s Group of Friends to Grow’
  13. AstraZeneca vaccine: Denmark stops rollout completely
  14. Kristin Smart killed during attempted rape, suspect’s father helped hide body, prosecutor says
  15. LIVE: President Biden Delivers Remarks on U.S. Troops in Afghanistan
  16. Officer Who Killed Ashli Babbitt at Capitol Riot Will Not Be Charged
  17. Bodycam Footage of Hallucinating Man Armed With Knife Getting Shot by NYPD Cops in Queens
  18. Chris Vermeulen: Junior Miners on the Verge of a Major Breakout
  19. GREAT MOMENTS IN GRAFT: Texas non-profit gets a $530 million no-bid contract to help deal with influx of migrant children after hiring a Biden transition official.
  20. THE TRUTH HURTS: Chinese state media is not happy after university think tank reveals CCP’s human rights violations.
  21. WV Paying $12,000 to move there!
  22. Iowa Governor STOPS Biden Cold NOT Housing His Illegal Border Crossers
  23. Louisiana woman charged with pocketing $1.2m bank error in her favor
  24. Ireland launches data protection inquiry into Facebook hack
  25. Russian Investigative Journalist Says Raids, Interrogation Intended To Find 'Something Else'
  26. Israeli Actress Gal Gadot Says Her Wonder Woman Was Inspired By Britain’s Princess Diana
  27. ‘Where is the $128B?’ Turkey’s opposition presses Erdogan
  28. Memo to NYT, CNN, LA Times: US Taxpayers Have Right to Know If They’re Abetting Palestinian Terrorism
  29. Officer Who Shot Duante Wright Faces Second-Degree Manslaughter Charge
  30. Antifa Set The Portland Police Union Building On Fire (Again) Last Night…
  31. Border Sector Sees 380% Increase in Attempted Crossings by Convicted Criminals
  32. U.S. Mission to OSCE calls on Russia to explain pulling of troops to Ukraine borders
  33. What we know about the US troop withdrawal from Afghanistan
  34. Repo Madness Update: More Hedge Funds In Trouble, Credit Suisse Loses Over $7 Billion Needs Bailout?
  35. Housing Crash Is Coming! Supply And Demand Crisis Set The Stage For An Apocalyptic End Game
  36. Iran’s ‘Look to the East’ — and Dark Ties with China and Russia — Precludes Any Deal with the West
  37. The Disingenuous Threat to Boycott the JNF-KKL
  38. Crypto watershed: Coinbase is making its big debut
  39. Aide Of Former Putin Envoy Gets More Than 12 Years In Prison On High Treason Charge
  40. Members Of Navalny's Team Detained In Southern Russian City Of Krasnodar
  41. Border Patrol Finds Two Children Hiding Under Trailer Boards In 90+ Degree Texas Day…
  42. Packing the Supreme Court? The Biden Administration Is “Looking Into Expanding” SCOTUS
  43. Judge: Public Not Allowed To Sue Border Patrol Officers At Checkpoints
  44. Dow 65,000, and No U.S. Stock Market Correction with Martin Armstrong
  45. Russia's Military Buildup Near Ukraine's Border
  46. Well-Known Kyrgyz Political Analyst Detained On High Treason Charge
  47. Cabinet allocates funds for EU-type railway between Chop and Uzhgorod
  48. Israel to Begin Receiving Vaccinated Tourists on May 23
  49. Third night clashes at Brooklyn Center
  50. UK government vetoes the reappointment of two women to Channel 4's board, against advice of the state-owned but privately-funded broadcaster's board and Ofcom (The Guardian)