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US Congress votes in favor of reform to prevent presidents from overturning election results
Representatives of the United States House of Representatives voted this Wednesday in favor of modernizing a 135-year-old law that Donald Trump allies tried to use to nullify the results of the 2020 presidential election. 50 days before the midterm legislative elections in the United States, electoral reform projects reappeared in
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Joe Biden vows to pursue terrorists a year after Kabul attack
The President of the United States (USA), Joe Biden, today committed himself to the “persecution of terrorists” on a global level, on the anniversary of the attack on the Kabul airport in which 13 US soldiers and 170 Afghan civilians died. In a statement, recalling the attack that took place
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FBI investigation into Trump targets possible espionage law violations
Former US President Donald Trump is under investigation for possible violations of the espionage law, reported this Friday the Guardian newspaper, which had access to the warrant served by the FBI in the searches of his home. In addition to violations of the Espionage Act, Trump is also being investigated
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“One of the most important in history”, Biden signs Inflation Act
US President Joe Biden today signed the Inflation Reduction Act, classifying it as “one of the most important in the country’s history” and which will seek to ensure “equity” among citizens, in the face of the harsh economic consequences of the pandemic. It’s not just about today, it’s about tomorrow.
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British writer Salman Rushdie attacked in New York
Writer Salman Rushdie was attacked on stage at an event he was attending in New York. Images circulate on social media showing the author lying on the ground after the attack. The man who attacked him, apparently with a knife, was stopped by the people present at the event. For
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FBI seizes dozens of top-secret documents from Donald Trump’s home
The FBI seized 11 sets of classified documents following searches of Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home in Florida. Among the material seized are documents classified as top secret/sensitive, a type of content that can cause “exceptionally serious” damage to the national security of the United States. The Washington Post reports that
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FBI Searches Donald Trump’s Mar-A-Lago Home
The FBI carried out a large-scale operation on Donald Trump’s Mar-A Lago, Florida development, where the former US president moved after leaving the White House. “These are dark times for our Nation, as my beautiful home, Mar-A-Lago, in Palm Beach, Florida, is currently besieged, invaded, and occupied by a large
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Supreme Court of the United States ends the constitutional right to abortion in the country
The Supreme Court of the United States announced this Friday its decision on the case of the bill that would unprotect the right to abortion – the power to decide on the right to abortion for tens of millions of women will now be handed over to the 50 states
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Recession in Europe and US is imminent, say economists
The risk of Europe and the United States entering recession has increased sharply, warn economists consulted by the Financial Times, ahead of the G7 Summit that starts this weekend. Specialists are pessimistic in view of the tightening of the monetary policy of the US Federal Reserve (Fed) and the worsening
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Democrats and Republicans announce agreement to regulate access to weapons
Democratic and Republican senators will announce this Sunday in Washington that they will reach a minimum agreement to improve the regulation of access to firearms. Negotiators of the two political formations will announce the creation of a bipartisan structure in response to mass shootings in the past, a small advance
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Joe Biden wants to bury neoliberalism and promote better-paying jobs
The President of the United States of America (USA), Joe Biden, defended this Thursday before businessmen on the American continent that it is time to bury neoliberalism and adopt policies that promote better-paid jobs. “We have to update our recipe for economic growth. In my opinion, it’s time to bury
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Supreme Court asks Biden to comment on Meta’s lawsuit against Pegasus
The US Supreme Court on Monday asked President Joe Biden to rule on the lawsuit that Meta, the owner of Facebook, filed against the Israeli technology company NSO, accused of spying on politicians, journalists, or activists. Biden’s government has been asked to comment on whether the most important judicial body
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