Jill Biden

Jill Biden says SC ‘prayer partner’ changed her life

Jill Biden couldn’t bring herself to pray after her son Beau died of brain cancer at the age of 46 in 2015. Her faith had been destroyed. “I felt deceived and shattered,” she said. Then, while her husband campaigned for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2019, a face in the audience at one of his events would, in her words, “alter her life.” When the Bidens visited Brookland Baptist Church in South Carolina, Robin Jackson, the pastor’s wife, volunteered to be Jill Biden’s “prayer partner.” Thus started a romance that helped “transform my life,” according to the first lady. What Was the Spiritual Change With […]

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Trust Women clinic in Oklahoma City, Okla., Sept. 23, 2021. (Nick Oxford/The New York Times)

Abortion Largely Banned in Texas, an Oklahoma Clinic Is Inundated

The parking lot of a modest brick structure on Oklahoma City’s Southside were quickly filling up on a windy Tuesday morning. The first to come, a red truck from Texas, arrived soon before 8 a.m. The second and third were the same way. One of Oklahoma’s four abortion clinics is housed here, and at least two-thirds of the clinic’s booked patients now come from Texas. There are so many that the company is seeking to employ more personnel and physicians to keep up. The rise is due to a new Texas legislation prohibiting abortions after six weeks, which is a relatively early stage of pregnancy. […]

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Gabby Petito

Mourners pay respects at memorial service for Gabby Petito

A funeral ceremony celebrating Gabby Petito’s legacy drew long lines of mourners to Holbrook. Petito’s likeness as an angel adorned the chapel at Maloney Funeral Home, where family members paid their respects. Gabby Petito Gabby’s father, Joseph Petito, urged mourners to be inspired by his daughter’s loving heart and passion for life, rather than sad. “Love is genderless. He stated, “Love knows no limits… she truly loved people.” Petito’s family recalled better memories in a film montage, including family trips and milestone events that reflected her adventurous, carefree nature. Two fire engines were parked on either side of the funeral home, each with a ladder […]

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Tesla Full Self-Driving Gets criticism from regulators

Early Saturday, Tesla began letting owners request its “Full Self-Driving” software, suggesting that thousands of drivers will soon be on the road with the unregulated and mostly untested capabilities. It’s the first time the firm has allowed ordinary customers to update to self-driving software, despite the fact that the phrase is an exaggeration by industry and legal standards. Tesla CEO Elon Musk had previously stated that owners will be able to request the updated suite of sophisticated driver-assistance technologies Owners must agree to allow Tesla to track their driving habits using the company’s insurance calculation. Tesla published a thorough handbook outlining the criteria that will […]

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Woman and 2 Year Son Die from Fall At Petco Park

A lady and her small boy died in a fall from the third level of San Diego’s Petco Park on Saturday afternoon as spectators were arriving for a Padres game. According to homicide Lt. Andra Brown of the San Diego Union-Tribune, the 40-year-old mother and her 2-year-old were declared dead at the site following the roughly six-story fall to the sidewalk on Tony Gwynn Drive. They were declared dead at 4:11 p.m. Pacific time, just minutes before the Padres were scheduled to play the Atlanta Braves. The woman’s and child’s identities were not disclosed, but authorities said they were both from San Diego.According to police […]

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Covid 19 Vaccination Drive from USA and Around the World

Regulators in the United States are expected to approve a third dosage of Pfizer Inc.’s vaccine for adults aged 65 and over. According to Anthony Fauci, mRNA vaccinations will be given in a three-dose schedule. In the face of increasing infections, Singapore recorded 1,457 Covid-19 cases and limited hospital visits to save capacity. Myanmar has extended vaccination eligibility to adults over the age of 55. President Joe Biden of the United States has called on other countries to help substantially increase production of vaccines and treatments in order to help stop the epidemic. He stated that the United States will purchase additional 500 million doses […]

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Willie Garson

Willie Garson – His Life and Passing Away

Willie Garson who is fully known as William Garson Paszamant is an American actor. He has actored in more than seventy five films and over three hundred television episodes. Some of which are “Sex and the city” as Standford Batch and the other related episodes, “Mozzle” and in the USA Network series “White Collar” from 2009 to 2014. Then as Ralph the friendly doorman in the romantic comedy “Little Manhattan” and as Gerald Hirsch in “Hawaii Five-O, plus as Martin Lloyd in “Stargate SG-1”. Sadly, has passed away on the 21st September 2001. As a tribute to him and his massive contribution we pay tribute […]

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Willard Scott

Willard Scott, dies at 87, NBC’s Favorite Weather Man

Willard Scott, the popular weatherman who captivated NBC’s “Today” program viewers with his self-deprecating humor and upbeat demeanor, has died. He was 87 years old.Scott died quietly Saturday morning, surrounded by family, according to Al Roker, his replacement on the morning news program. The revelation was verified by an NBC Universal spokesperson. There were no additional information provided.“He really was my second father, and I am where I am now due of his giving spirit,” Roker said on Instagram. “Willard was a product of his period, the consummate broadcaster. There will never be another like him.” Sadly, Willard Scott, No More Katie Couric tweeted, “He […]

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US War in Afghanistan Finally Ends

US War In Afghanistan Finally Ends

US War in Afghanistan finally ends according to The New York Time, late on Monday night the 30th of August 2021. This brings the United States longest war to a formal end and also bringing back the Taliban in full control of their country. The report according to the New York Times is given below of US war in Afghanistan finally ends: US War In Afghanistan Late Monday, the final American troops departed Afghanistan, bringing an end to a 20-year occupation that cost more than $2 trillion, claimed more than 170,000 lives, and eventually failed to vanquish the Taliban, the Islamist insurgents who enabled Al […]

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California Wildfires

National Forests Closed While California Wildfires Surge

Hundreds of houses have been damaged and millions of acres of national forest in Northern California have been blocked due to hazardous fire conditions that have already caused a number of blazes to rage across the region. The US Forest Service said on Thursday that starting Aug. 22, nine national forests would be closed, ranging from near Lake Tahoe on the Nevada border in the east to Six Rivers National Forest, which extends north to the Oregon border and includes over 1 million acres of land alone. The Caldor Fire, which destroyed the Sierra Nevada hamlet of Grizzly Flats last week, had previously forced the […]

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Capitol Bomb Scare

Man Claims Having A Bomb Near The U.S. Capitol Surrenders

A man who claimed to have a bomb in his pickup truck in front of the Library of Congress surrendered on Thursday, following an hour-long standoff. Floyd Ray Roseberry, 49, of Grover, N.C., has been named as the suspect by police. “He surrendered, did not resist, and our officers were able to apprehend him,” said US Capitol Police Chief J. Thomas Manger on Thursday. “At this point, we don’t know what his motivations are.” Police allegedly bargained with Roseberry by writing on a whiteboard, according to Manger. Police eventually deployed a robot to try to give him a phone, but Roseberry refused to use it, […]

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