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  • Americans rally for congressional term limits, experts weigh pros and cons 1 December 2023
    A recent Pew Research Center survey reveals that 87% of Americans support term limits for members of Congress. Gov. Ron DeSantis, a potential presidential candidate, endorses the idea, highlighting its bipartisan appeal. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in 1995 that implementing term limits would require a constitutional amendment. Constitutional law professor Louis Virelli suggests an […]
  • 'Discriminatory': Black Americans wary of Vivek Ramaswamy's voting test plan 1 December 2023
    JoAnne Bland, who crossed the Edmund Pettus Bridge on Bloody Sunday in 1965, reflects on the importance of voting rights. Republican candidate Vivek Ramaswamy proposes a civics test for voters aged 18 to 24, similar to the test immigrants take to become U.S. citizens. Some Black Americans draw parallels between Ramaswamy's proposal and historical literacy […]
  • Jewish schools in US open doors to Israeli students fleeing conflict 1 December 2023
    Jewish day schools in U.S. cities like Philadelphia and Dallas are supporting families affected by attacks in Israel and Gaza. Schools have enrolled Israeli students due to the recent Hamas attack on Israeli border communities. A survey by the Prizmah Center for Jewish Day Schools shows that schools have received inquiries and enrolled new students. […]
  • Former US Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor dead at 93 1 December 2023
    Retired Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman on the U.S. Supreme Court, died at the age of 93 due to complications related to advanced dementia and a respiratory illness in Phoenix. O'Connor, appointed by Republican President Ronald Reagan in 1981, served as a crucial swing vote on the court, helping preserve a woman’s right […]
  • Nevada hit-and-run horror: Two state troopers killed in I-15 collision, suspect in custody 1 December 2023
    In a devastating incident on Thursday, two Nevada state troopers lost their lives while rendering assistance to a driver on Interstate 15 in Las Vegas. The officers, later identified as Sgt. Michael Abbate and Trooper Alberto Felix, were struck by a vehicle in the pre-dawn hours. The tragic event unfolded when the two Highway Patrol […]
  • The Israel-Hamas truce is over. Here’s what could happen next 1 December 2023
    The seven-day Israel-Hamas truce ended on Friday after negotiations reached an impasse and Israel accused the Palestinian militant group of violating the agreement by firing at Israel.
  • DeSantis vs Newsom: Intense faceoff illuminates rifts on taxes, immigration, and presidential ambitions 1 December 2023
    In a fiery 90-minute clash on Fox News, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and California Governor Gavin Newsom engaged in a heated debate, covering issues such as taxes, immigration, and education. Hosted by Sean Hannity, the event became a two-on-one affair, with Hannity and DeSantis teaming up against Newsom. The debate turned personal, with Hannity displaying […]
  • Over 130 nations agree to include food, agriculture in climate plans 1 December 2023
    More than 130 countries agreed to prioritise food and agriculture in their national climate plans at COP28 in Dubai Friday in a move hailed by observers despite fears over its silence on the role of fossil fuels. "The declaration doesn't set out how governments will tackle food emissions, and makes no reference to fossil fuels, […]
  • China, Vietnam consider rail link through rare earths heartland 1 December 2023
    China and Vietnam are discussing a significant upgrade of their rail links to boost a line that crosses Vietnam's rare earths heartland and reaches the country's top port. This comes ahead of a possible visit by Chinese president Xi Jinping to Hanoi. Deeper trade ties and railway connections were discussed during a meeting between China's […]
  • Argentina won't join Brics as scheduled, says member of Javier Milei's transition team 1 December 2023
    Argentina, under President-elect Javier Milei, will not be joining the BRICS bloc as scheduled. Milei, a right-wing populist and libertarian, has criticized China and threatened to break diplomatic relations with the country. He has also criticized the leftist government of Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. Milei has expressed his alignment with the United […]
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