Rightwing networks Fox News, OAN and Newsmax could be found liable over election fraud claims Plus, the amazing fates of Hollywood’s greatest dressesGood morning In the months after the 2020 US presidential election, rightwing TV news in America was a wild west, an apparently lawless free-for-all where conspiracy theories about voting machines, ballot-stuffed suitcases and dead Venezuelan leaders were repeated to viewers around the clock What does Dominion say Fox Corp did? In the $1 6bn...
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A veteran software engineer has ridiculed claims that Apple is a champion of choice.
8:45 am: In Boutcha, victory first, then reconstruction Three months have passed since AFP journalists discovered 20 dead civilian bodies on April 2, the first indications of the atrocities and destruction committed during the Russian occupation of the northwestern suburbs of kyiv: Boutcha, Irpin , Borodyanka At the beginning of July, the scars of the fighting are still visible everywhere: broken windows, bullet holes, holed walls Along Vokzalnaïa Avenue, which connects Boutcha to Irpine,...
ALMATY — A rare public protest took place in Uzbekistan’s Karakalpakstan autonomous republic over a planned constitutional reform that would change its status, Uzbek authorities said on Saturday Karakalpakstan, located in northwestern Uzbekistan, is home to Karakalpaks, a distinct ethnic minority group with its own language, and the current Uzbek constitution describes it as a [ ]
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California lawmakers will vote on how to spend nearly $308 billion in taxpayer money over the next year
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California lawmakers on Wednesday will vote on a plan to spend $308 billion in taxpayer money over the next year as the coffers of the world's fifth largest economy continue
Arizona lawmakers approved a bipartisan $18 billion spending plan on Thursday morning. Funds will go towards public schools, building new highways, and paying down long-term debts.