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Next Outbreak? CDC recommends all US adults younger than 60 get vaccinated against hepatitis B
Advisors to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommended on Wednesday that all U.S. adults younger than age 60 get vaccinated against hepatitis B. Under the new policy, tens of millions of adults in the 30-to-59 age range could get their shots, protecting them against this potentially chronic
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Robbery, Burglary and Theft is on a Steady Rise in Chicago
Chicago, IL: Unfortunately the really sad news is the robbery rate is increasing across Chicago like in most other metro areas. According to chicagopolice.org robbery is up 17% (2422) when compared from this time last year in 2021 (2063). Moreover according to chicagopolice.org burglary is up 36% (2155) from this time last year in
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Man that defaced LGBTQ crosswalk. Court ordered write an essay on the Pulse shooting
The vibrant rainbow mural celebrating the LGBTQ community had been on display in a South Florida intersection last June for two days before it was stained with dark black tire marks. The act of vandalism, caught on video and sent to police anonymously, led to the arrest of a 19-year-old man, who
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Cases of child hepatitis reach 169 globally, including one death and 17 needing liver transplants 
The United States has now recorded 11 cases of unexplained hepatitis in children, as the global toll hits 169 and the first death is registered — with some doctors warning Covid infections could be behind the illnesses. North Carolina has detected two cases in school-age children, on top of the nine
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Twitter is protecting its source code from disgruntled employees
Twitter locked down its source code to prevent unauthorized changes, sources familiar with the matter told Bloomberg. The reports say that this change was made to prevent employees from “going rogue” and sabotaging the platform after Elon Musk’s $44 billion purchase of the company. Currently, a vice president must approve any
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Sale of popular pear tree to be banned in 2023
The popular Callery pear tree, more commonly known as the Bradford pear and soon to be in full bloom in Ohio, will go the way of the common barberry and Japanese honeysuckle in 2023 — identified as invasive and banned from sale or distribution in the state. The tree was
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WW3 Has Already Begun? Simple Number Gematria – 68
World War I, often abbreviated as WWI or WW1, also known as the First World War or the Great War, was an international conflict that began on 28 July 1914 and ended on 11 November 1918. It involved much of Europe, as well as Russia, the United States and Turkey,
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479 leaked photos of Putin’s secret palace, with an ice rink and pole-dancing room
A composite image of a building exterior, bedroom, and pole-dancing area which Alexei Navalny’s Anti-Corruption Foundation said show a palace owned by Vladimir PutinFBK A vast cache of images supposedly showing Putin’s secret palace was published Thursday. The foundation of Putin foe Alexei Navalny was behind the leak, and has
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Arrest Warrants Count As ID For Illegal Migrants At Airport Security, TSA Says
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) disclosed to a congressional office that illegal migrants flying without proper identification can use an arrest warrant as an alternate form of identification when presenting to airport security, according to a letter the Daily Caller News Foundation exclusively obtained. Responding to Republican Texas Rep. Lance
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U.S. suspends 44 U.S flights by Chinese carriers after China action
The U.S. government said on Friday it would suspend 44 China-bound flights from the United States by four Chinese carriers in response to the Chinese government’s decision to suspend some U.S. carrier flights over COVID-19 concerns. The suspensions will begin on Jan. 30 with Xiamen Airlines’ scheduled Los Angeles-to-Xiamen flight
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