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Gender 'X' to Be Option for New Jersey Driver's Licenses and ID's

New Jersey will allow people to choose “X” as their gender on their driver’s license or identification card, the state’s Motor Vehicle Commission said in a release. “Gender ‘X’ will indicate a gender is unspecified, and it will be offered alongside the existing ‘M’ (male)… Source: News Max  1 total views,  1 views today

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House Passes State Department Cybersecurity Legislation

The House on Tuesday approved bipartisan legislation designed to enhance cybersecurity at the State Department, reported the Hill. The legislation enhances cybersecurity by prioritizing and reorganizing a key department in the aftermath of multiple major foreign cyberattacks… Source: News Max  1 total views,  1 views today

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Biden Sends Cabinet Members to Sell Infrastructure Plan

Members of President Joe Biden’s cabinet went to Capitol Hill Tuesday to sell Biden’s $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan in a hearing before the Senate Appropriations Committee. “We draw inspiration from the New Deal’s infrastructure projects and President Eisenhower’s… Source: News Max  1 total views,  1 views today

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English Teams Abruptly Pull Out of Planned European Super League

Within 48 hours after it was introduced to a storm of controversy and criticism, the European Super League appears to be unraveling.All six teams from the English Premier League — Manchester City, Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur –… Source: News Max  0 total views

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US Judge Rejects Ex-Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen's Bid to End Sentence Early

A federal judge on Tuesday dismissed a petition by Michael Cohen, the onetime personal lawyer and fixer for former President Donald Trump, to release him from home confinement in May, six months ahead of schedule. U.S. District Judge John Koeltl said the petition was… Source: News Max  0 total views

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Biden WH Promotes Critical Race Theory in New Education Proposal

The Department of Education is proposing to priortize funding for projects that will teach “critical race theory” and “information literacy skills” to counter “misinformation,” according to documents published in the Federal Registry this week. The first lists preference for… Source: News Max  0 total views

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Dick Morris to Newsmax TV: Biden Palestinian Aid Like 'Salary to Terrorists'

Political strategist Dick Morris condemned President Joe Biden for restoring $235 million in funding for Palestinians cut under then-President Donald Trump, telling Newsmax TV that it was tantamount to paying terrorists a salary. “This is a salary to terrorists paid for with… Source: News Max  0 total views

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Space Force Reports Thousands of Applications Received From Other Military Branches

The U.S. Space Force has received thousands of applications for transfer from current members of the military in the Army, Navy and Marine Corps, the branch’s Chief of Space Operations told the Washington Examiner. ”We’ve hand-picked about 6,400 people to join the Space… Source: News Max  1 total views,  1 views today

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New Study Suggests COVID-19 Could Infect Lungs Via the Gums

It is widely believed that COVID 19 infects the upper respiratory tract via the airways, but a new study suggests COVID-19 could actually be entering through the gums, according to the article in the Journal of Oral Medicine and Dental Research. Source: News Max  0 total views

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New Technology Could Help Identify Remains of WWII Soldiers

The Pentagon is considering a new, more expansive way to use DNA in hopes of identifying the remains of thousands of American soldiers who were killed as long ago as World War II, the Insider reported on Tuesday. Source: News Max  0 total views

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Netflix Misses Expectations for Paid Subscriber Additions, Shares Slump

Netflix Inc added fewer-than-expected paid subscribers in the first quarter, weighed down by a lighter content slate in the first half of the year due to Covid-19 production delays, sending shares tumbling 10% in after-market trading.The rapid growth in subscriber base… Source: News Max  0 total views

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Greta Thunberg Speaks Out Against Vaccine Inequality

Climate activist Greta Thunberg this week criticized rich countries for buying the majority of the world’s Covid-19 vaccine doses and allowing poorer countries to go without doses, The Guardian reports. Source: News Max  1 total views

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Poll: Less Than One-Third Aware of Durham Probe

Less than one-third of Americans are aware of a special investigation into the origins of the special counsel inquiry into accusations former President Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign conspired with Russia. Source: News Max  1 total views

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Democrats Vote Not to Censure Maxine Waters

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., says he believes he can get up to 15 Democrats in the House of Representatives to vote to censure Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., for saying protesters in Minnesota should “get more confrontational.” Source: News Max  1 total views

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Ex-Officer Chauvin Guilty of All 3 Charges in Death of George Floyd

Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty of all charges in the death of George Floyd, a 46-year-old Black man whose restraint and death while in police custody were caught on camera and quickly went viral, inspiring a summer of protests and riots… Source: News Max  0 total views

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EU Will Restart Shipments of J&J Vaccine Despite Rare Clot Risk

The European Union’s drug regulatory agency said Tuesday that it found a “possible link” between Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine and extremely rare blood clots and recommended a warning be added to the label. But experts at the agency reiterated that the vaccine’s… Source: News Max  1 total views

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Sen. Rick Scott: 'Woke' Companies Will Feel Backlash From Georgia

“Woke” companies that use their corporate identities to stage social protests, such as Coca-Cola or Delta’s statements decrying Georgia’s voting law, should beware of the backlash coming against them, Sen. Rick Scott warned… Source: News Max  1 total views

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