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In one of the most daring - if seemingly inevitable - ultimatums issued by a corporation facing a damaging legal action, Uber CEO Dara Khosroshahi has just threatened for the first time publicly to shut down its California business if its appeal of a

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Tracy Packer (Owner of June's Cafe in Heber, AZ) on why she decided to go against the mask mandate for her business and the issues that follow - Dr Judy Mikovits provides an update on vaccines/education/mandates, the release of the full Plandemic mov

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After taking the unprecedented step of removing a post from President Trump's page for having the audacity to include a snippet from a Fox News interview where the president exaggerated how children handle COVID infection, Facebook is taking...

Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durden

New memos obtained by Just the News and the Southern Foundation reveal that Ukrainian natural gas firm Burisma conducted an aggressive lobbying campaign directed at the US State Department throughout the 2016 US election, with the goal of pressuring

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Authorities in California arrested 30-year-old Zachary Greenberg on Sunday, who, as one local newspaper reported, is also the man accused of punching a conservative activist in the face on the campus of the University of California-Berkeley in 2019.

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Even after big names like Harvard announced "online only" classes through the Fall semester, many colleges and universities across the nation will be opening campus for in-person classes with even sports to resume, albeit with strict coronavirus safe