Nuclear Proof ‘Doomsday’ Plane To Be Built By Rolls Royce.

The “Doomsday” aircraft are equipped with mobile command centers, operations areas, conference rooms, and more, and can withstand electromagnetic pulses. They are designed to carry the US President and top military leaders in the event of a national emergency. Recently, aerospace and automobile giant Rolls-Royce secured a contract to provide technology for the next generation […]

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NCAA Atheletes To Be Paid To Play

For the first time in its over 100-year history, the NCAA and its five power conferences have agreed to allow schools to directly pay players. This monumental decision is part of a multibillion-dollar agreement to settle three federal antitrust cases. The NCAA will pay over $2.7 billion in damages to past and current athletes over […]

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Memorial Day, It’s Not Just A 3 Day Weekend

Originally known as Decoration Day, Memorial Day originated in the years following the Civil War and was designated an official federal holiday in 1971. The Civil War concluded in the spring of 1865 and resulted in more casualties than any other conflict in U.S. history, necessitating the creation of the country’s first national cemeteries. By […]

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The 2024 Hurricane Season Predicted To Be a Record Breaker

NOAA has issued its most aggressive hurricane season forecast on record for the Atlantic basin. Due to warm waters and a diminishing El Niño, the agency predicts a hyperactive year with 17-25 named storms, 8-13 of which could become hurricanes with winds of at least 74 mph. Out of these, 4-7 could become major hurricanes […]

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What Makes Some People More Tasty to Mosquitos Than Others?

New research suggests that certain compounds in our skin determine how much we attract mosquitoes—and these compounds remain consistent over time. If you’ve noticed that mosquitoes don’t bite everyone equally, it’s because these pests are drawn to people at varying rates. Scientists have long known this but have struggled to pinpoint why some individuals are […]

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The Dana Octopus-Squid, Rare and Beautiful

Rare deep-sea squid dazzles and glows. Seeing a Dana octopus-squid is rare and special usually, they are only seen in the bellies of whales. An extremely rare squid has been captured on camera in the dark depths of the Pacific Ocean, displaying some fascinating behavior. As it descends toward the camera, the huge sea creature […]

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160,000 People Have Their Student Debt Cancelled.

On Wednesday, the White House announced the approval of $7.7 billion in student debt cancellation for 160,500 borrowers. This move is part of the ongoing effort to provide relief following the Supreme Court’s decision last year to block President Joe Biden’s broad-based college loan forgiveness plan. With this latest round of forgiveness, the administration has […]

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The Government May Have Aready Had Original Documents in Trump Doc. Case

A newly surfaced Department of Defense memo from the Obama era suggests that the federal government might have already possessed original copies of the documents seized at former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence in 2022, raising significant questions about the basis for the raid. America First Legal (AFL), a conservative legal group, released what it claims […]

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New York Gov. Calls Bronx Residents Clowns for Attending Rally

New York Governor Kathy Hochul (D) is facing mounting criticism for her recent comments about the thousands of people who attended former President Donald Trump’s rally in the Bronx. During an appearance on CNN Thursday evening, Hochul was asked about the upcoming rally and took the opportunity to downplay Trump’s influence in her state. She […]

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