Bill Clinton has COVID, however says he is “doing fine overall” because of vaccines

Former President Bill Clinton participates in The Temple Emanu-El Streicker Center Presents: Two Presidents, One Extraordinary Evening at Temple Emanu-El on November 10, 2022 in New York City. Michael Kovac/Getty Washington — Former President Bill Clinton mentioned Wednesday that he had examined optimistic for COVID-19 however that his signs have been gentle and he inspired… Continue reading Bill Clinton has COVID, however says he is “doing fine overall” because of vaccines

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‘Do something:’ Ukraine works to heal soldiers’ mental scars

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Sleep plunges the soldier back into the horrors of Ukraine’s battlefields. He can hear bombs falling again and picture explosions. He imagines himself frantically running, trying to save himself and others. The nightmares are so vivid and frightening that he pleads with his doctor for help. “It will blow my mind,”… Continue reading ‘Do something:’ Ukraine works to heal soldiers’ mental scars

Monk and Barnes score 22 each, Kings beat Pacers

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Harrison Barnes and Malik Monk each scored 22 points and the Sacramento Kings beat the Indiana Pacers 137-114 on Wednesday night to snap a three-game losing streak. Monk has scored 20 points or more in five games this season for Sacramento (11-9). “Malik was fantastic,” Kings coach Mike Brown said. “He… Continue reading Monk and Barnes score 22 each, Kings beat Pacers

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FSU’s Jammie Robinson, Jared Verse will play in bowl game

As Florida State continues preparations for playing in its first bowl game since 2019, the Seminoles know they’ll have first-team All-ACC selections Jammie Robinson and Jared Verse. Robinson and Verse committed to playing in the postseason rather than bypassing it to prepare for the NFL Draft in April. While they haven’t made any decisions on… Continue reading FSU’s Jammie Robinson, Jared Verse will play in bowl game

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Tough Oregon gun law faces legal challenge, could be delayed

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Midterm voters in Oregon narrowly passed one of the toughest gun control laws in the nation, buoying the hopes of gun control supporters, but the new permit-to-purchase mandate and ban on high-capacity magazines now faces a lawsuit that could put it on ice just days before it’s set to take effect.… Continue reading Tough Oregon gun law faces legal challenge, could be delayed

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Los Angeles Man Arrested For Allegedly Using Instagram To Sexually Assault Victims

A Los Angeles man was arrested on 16 felony charges connected to an alleged Instagram scheme that saw multiple victims robbed, sexually assaulted and extorted. Michael Neal Watson Jr. was arrested in the city of Lancaster on November 8 and is being held on $1.7 million bail after a months-long search. The Los Angeles County… Continue reading Los Angeles Man Arrested For Allegedly Using Instagram To Sexually Assault Victims

Abortion rights groups look to next fights after 2022 wins

CHICAGO (AP) — Emboldened by the results of November’s midterms, abortion rights supporters say they are preparing for even bigger fights in state legislatures and pivotal elections to come, including 2024 races for Congress and president. Victories for abortion rights ballot measures and candidates who support abortion provided a roadmap for how to win future… Continue reading Abortion rights groups look to next fights after 2022 wins

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