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The House Adjourned Without Electing A Speaker As Kevin McCarthy Failed To Convice GOP Representatives

On a day with a lot of political drama, Republican leader Kevin McCarthy tried many times but failed to become Speaker of the US House of Representatives. On Tuesday evening, the house adjourned without electing a speaker, the first time this had happened since the first round of elections in 1923.
Dexter Cooke
Jan 04, 2023

The House Adjourned Without Electing A Speaker As Kevin McCarthy Failed To Convice GOP Representatives

The House Adjourned Without Electing A Speaker As Kevin McCarthy Failed To Convice GOP Representatives

On a day with a lot of political drama, Republican leader Kevin McCarthy tried many times but failed to become Speaker of the US House of Representatives. On Tuesday evening, the house adjourned without electing a speaker, the first time this had happened since the first round of elections in 1923.
On a day with a lot of political drama, Republican leader Kevin McCarthy tried many times but failed to become Speaker of the US House of Representatives. On Tuesday evening, the house adjourned without electing a speaker, the first time this had happened since the first round of elections in 1923.
Dexter Cooke
Jan 04, 2023

Brazil Electoral Court Fines Bolsonaro Allies Millions After The Election Challenge

Brazil Electoral Court Fines Bolsonaro Allies Millions After The Election Challenge

Brazil electoral court fines Bolsonaro allies millions after the election challenge. The attempt by the party of outgoing president Jair Bolsonaro to have the results of the run-off election he lost in October overturned by the head of Brazil's electoral court. The parties in Bolsonaro's alliance were also penalized by justice Alexandre de Moraes of the supreme court 22.9 million reais ($4.3 million) for engaging in what the court deemed to be 'bad faith' litigation.
Brazil electoral court fines Bolsonaro allies millions after the election challenge. The attempt by the party of outgoing president Jair Bolsonaro to have the results of the run-off election he lost in October overturned by the head of Brazil's electoral court. The parties in Bolsonaro's alliance were also penalized by justice Alexandre de Moraes of the supreme court 22.9 million reais ($4.3 million) for engaging in what the court deemed to be 'bad faith' litigation.
Dexter Cooke
Nov 28, 2022

Brazil's Electoral Court Rejects Bolsonaro Election Challenge

Brazil's Electoral Court Rejects Bolsonaro Election Challenge

Brazil's electoral court rejects Bolsonaro election challenge to throw out some ballots from this year's presidential election. He said that Jair Bolsonaro's claim that some voting machines had broken down was “ludicrous and illicit” and “ostensibly conspiratorial toward the democratic rule of law.”
Brazil's electoral court rejects Bolsonaro election challenge to throw out some ballots from this year's presidential election. He said that Jair Bolsonaro's claim that some voting machines had broken down was “ludicrous and illicit” and “ostensibly conspiratorial toward the democratic rule of law.”
Dexter Cooke
Nov 24, 2022

World’s Longest-ruling Leader Looks Set For A New Term After 43 Years In Power

World’s Longest-ruling Leader Looks Set For A New Term After 43 Years In Power

World’s longest-ruling leader looks set for a new term after 43 years in power. The government of Equatorial Guinea announced on Monday that the ruling party had won more than 99% of the votes counted so far in presidential, legislative, and municipal elections held on Sunday.
World’s longest-ruling leader looks set for a new term after 43 years in power. The government of Equatorial Guinea announced on Monday that the ruling party had won more than 99% of the votes counted so far in presidential, legislative, and municipal elections held on Sunday.
Darren Mcpherson
Nov 21, 2022

Global Icons - How Celebrities Impact International Relations

Global Icons - How Celebrities Impact International Relations

In today's interconnected world, the influence of celebrities extends far beyond the realms of entertainment and into the realm of international relations. These global icons, with their massive platforms and immense popularity, have the power to shape public opinion, drive social change, and even impact diplomatic relations between nations.
In today's interconnected world, the influence of celebrities extends far beyond the realms of entertainment and into the realm of international relations. These global icons, with their massive platforms and immense popularity, have the power to shape public opinion, drive social change, and even impact diplomatic relations between nations.
Dexter Cooke
Nov 03, 2022

Bolsonaro Breaks His Silence But Does Not Publicly Concede Election Defeat

Bolsonaro Breaks His Silence But Does Not Publicly Concede Election Defeat

Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro breaks his silence but does not publicly concede the election last Tuesday, November 1, 2022. During his brief speech at the presidential palace in Brasilia after losing the election to Lula da Silva, he stated that he would continue to fulfill all of the constitution's commandments.
Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro breaks his silence but does not publicly concede the election last Tuesday, November 1, 2022. During his brief speech at the presidential palace in Brasilia after losing the election to Lula da Silva, he stated that he would continue to fulfill all of the constitution's commandments.
Darren Mcpherson
Nov 02, 2022

Tate Reeves - Mississippi Governor COVID Eternal Life Belief

Tate Reeves - Mississippi Governor COVID Eternal Life Belief

Tate Reeves, Mississippi governor COVID eternal life thoughts went popular in 2021. The governor of Mississippi stated that he stands by comments he made at a political fundraiser, in which he stated that he thought Christians were "a little less terrified" of COVID-19 because they believed in eternal life.
Tate Reeves, Mississippi governor COVID eternal life thoughts went popular in 2021. The governor of Mississippi stated that he stands by comments he made at a political fundraiser, in which he stated that he thought Christians were "a little less terrified" of COVID-19 because they believed in eternal life.
Camilo Wood
Nov 01, 2022

Brazil Election - Lula Makes A Huge Comeback

Brazil Election - Lula Makes A Huge Comeback

Brazil Election has taken a turn to the left as former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva beat far-right incumbent Jair Bolsonaro in the presidential election. After a divisive campaign that saw two bitter rivals on opposite sides of the political spectrum go head-to-head, Lula won 50.9% of the votes. It was sufficient to defeat Jair Bolsonaro, whose supporters were confident of victory.
Brazil Election has taken a turn to the left as former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva beat far-right incumbent Jair Bolsonaro in the presidential election. After a divisive campaign that saw two bitter rivals on opposite sides of the political spectrum go head-to-head, Lula won 50.9% of the votes. It was sufficient to defeat Jair Bolsonaro, whose supporters were confident of victory.
Dexter Cooke
Oct 31, 2022

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak Faces Parliament For The First Time

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak Faces Parliament For The First Time

British prime minister Rishi Sunak faces parliament for the first time where he faced the opposition in Parliament on Wednesday, where he intends to show that his new government would provide economic stability and continuity after his predecessor's tax plans caused market turmoil.
British prime minister Rishi Sunak faces parliament for the first time where he faced the opposition in Parliament on Wednesday, where he intends to show that his new government would provide economic stability and continuity after his predecessor's tax plans caused market turmoil.
Dexter Cooke
Oct 27, 2022

Rishi Sunak Will Be The First Person Of Color To Be Prime Minister Of The UK

Rishi Sunak Will Be The First Person Of Color To Be Prime Minister Of The UK

Rishi Sunak will be the first person of color to be prime minister of the UK and the first Hindu. This is a big step in Britain's development as a multicultural and multireligious society. Even though there has been a clear rise in the number of black and brown politicians in key cabinet positions like chancellor, home secretary, and foreign secretary, the UK has never had a black or brown prime minister.
Rishi Sunak will be the first person of color to be prime minister of the UK and the first Hindu. This is a big step in Britain's development as a multicultural and multireligious society. Even though there has been a clear rise in the number of black and brown politicians in key cabinet positions like chancellor, home secretary, and foreign secretary, the UK has never had a black or brown prime minister.
Dexter Cooke
Oct 24, 2022

Liz Truss Announced Her Resignation After 45 Days And The Pandora Box Is Now Open In The UK Parliament

Liz Truss Announced Her Resignation After 45 Days And The Pandora Box Is Now Open In The UK Parliament

Liz Truss announced her resignation after 45 tumultuous days as prime minister. This led to the second Tory leadership race in four months. After being forced to resign due to a mutiny by Tory MPs, Ms. Truss predicted that her replacement would be chosen by next week.
Liz Truss announced her resignation after 45 tumultuous days as prime minister. This led to the second Tory leadership race in four months. After being forced to resign due to a mutiny by Tory MPs, Ms. Truss predicted that her replacement would be chosen by next week.
Darren Mcpherson
Oct 21, 2022

Why Republicans Voted Against Baby Formula?

Why Republicans Voted Against Baby Formula?

To solve infant formula shortages in the United States, the House approved the Infant Formula Supplemental Appropriations Act, with just 192 Republicans voting no. Why republicans voted against baby formula that would have helped ease the problems caused by the shortage of formula, which was caused by a recall at the factory?
To solve infant formula shortages in the United States, the House approved the Infant Formula Supplemental Appropriations Act, with just 192 Republicans voting no. Why republicans voted against baby formula that would have helped ease the problems caused by the shortage of formula, which was caused by a recall at the factory?
Darren Mcpherson
Oct 16, 2022

Joe Biden - Born Between The Great Depression And World War II

Joe Biden - Born Between The Great Depression And World War II

Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr., better known by his nickname Joe Biden, was born on November 20, 1942 in Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States. He served as the 47th Vice President of the United States under the Democratic administration of President Barack Obama from 2009 until 2021. Joe Biden became the 46th President of the United States in 2021. He formerly served his home state of Delaware in the United States Senate (1973–2009).
Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr., better known by his nickname Joe Biden, was born on November 20, 1942 in Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States. He served as the 47th Vice President of the United States under the Democratic administration of President Barack Obama from 2009 until 2021. Joe Biden became the 46th President of the United States in 2021. He formerly served his home state of Delaware in the United States Senate (1973–2009).
Camilo Wood
Sep 22, 2022

Adnan Syed Is Finally Free After 22 Years Behind Bars

Adnan Syed Is Finally Free After 22 Years Behind Bars

Adnan Syed is finally free after 22 years behind bars. On Monday, September 19, a judge in Baltimore, Maryland, named Melissa Phinn, ruled that the now-41-year-old man could go free after prosecutors asked for his sentence to be overturned. The report says that when the judge made her decision, people in the courtroom cheered.
Adnan Syed is finally free after 22 years behind bars. On Monday, September 19, a judge in Baltimore, Maryland, named Melissa Phinn, ruled that the now-41-year-old man could go free after prosecutors asked for his sentence to be overturned. The report says that when the judge made her decision, people in the courtroom cheered.
Darren Mcpherson
Sep 20, 2022

Russia, Belarus, And Myanmar Were Not Invited To The Queen's State Funeral

Russia, Belarus, And Myanmar Were Not Invited To The Queen's State Funeral

On Monday, the United Kingdom will host one of the largest gatherings of royalty and politicians in decades to honor the life of Queen Elizabeth II. Around 500 foreign leaders and dignitaries have been invited, and the event is set to take place this coming week. However, Russia, Belarus, and Myanmar were not invited to the Queen's state funeral.
On Monday, the United Kingdom will host one of the largest gatherings of royalty and politicians in decades to honor the life of Queen Elizabeth II. Around 500 foreign leaders and dignitaries have been invited, and the event is set to take place this coming week. However, Russia, Belarus, and Myanmar were not invited to the Queen's state funeral.
Darren Mcpherson
Sep 15, 2022

100 Members Of King's Former Household Are Made Redundant

100 Members Of King's Former Household Are Made Redundant

Around 100 members of King's former household are made redundant after receiving written notice on Monday that Clarence household operations had ceased. The Guardian has learned that dozens of Clarence House employees received redundancy notices when the offices of King Charles and the Queen relocate to Buckingham Palace following the death of the Queen. As they worked around the clock to facilitate his accession to the throne, up to 100 employees in the King's former official palace, some of whom had been there for decades, received notice that they might lose their jobs.
Around 100 members of King's former household are made redundant after receiving written notice on Monday that Clarence household operations had ceased. The Guardian has learned that dozens of Clarence House employees received redundancy notices when the offices of King Charles and the Queen relocate to Buckingham Palace following the death of the Queen. As they worked around the clock to facilitate his accession to the throne, up to 100 employees in the King's former official palace, some of whom had been there for decades, received notice that they might lose their jobs.
Darren Mcpherson
Sep 15, 2022
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