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Although it is still relatively early, the candidate pool is establishing itself, and things are currently shaping up to be a repeated Macron vs. Le Pen showdown- if Macron announces a re-election bid.
But like thousands of other Afghans and Iraqis who served with the United States, Asadi has yet to be allowed across America’s border.
Metropolitan Police officer Wayne Couzens was arrested and charged with kidnapping and murdering Sarah Everard. The murder of Sarah Everard has led to public outcries across the United Kingdom and the world against sexual harassment and violence.
Ardern has proved herself to be a remarkable leader and her most recent piece of legislation adds on to her incredible list of achievements: free period products will be provided to schools throughout New Zealand.
Science and Technology
Leading states in the EU such as Italy, Germany, France, and Spain are resuming rollout of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine after a brief pause due to health concerns. Thirteen European countries stopped distribution of the AstraZeneca vaccine as a precautionary measure after reports of a relatively small number of fatal blood clots in patients shortly after receiving the vaccine.
About 5.4 million adults and 1.6 million children in the U.S. suffer from peanut allergies, which can vary from mild to severe. As a method of treating these allergies, a company called Intrommune Therapeutics has developed a toothpaste product, in the hopes of easing the challenges that allergy sufferers face.
As more and more animals share the increasingly ubiquitous title of “endangered species,” the birth of Elizabeth Ann, a black-footed ferret, and the first ever North American endangered species to be cloned, brings new hope for conversation efforts worldwide.
If you’ve seen some of the headlines, flu cases are apparently down this year, and while it’s certainly true that flu hospitalizations are down 98% from last year to well under 1,000, some of the conspiracies that seasonal flu cases were somehow reported as COVID are just outright false.
The history of Earth can be weirder than fiction. Millions of years ago, dinosaurs roamed the planet, but scientists have found out that before them, there were equally-scary creatures around too.
2021 is shaping up to be a pretty exciting year for new movie releases. Whether you are headed to the theaters or ready to stream at home, this year promises to be a really rewarding one for cinema fans. Check out the top upcoming movies for 2021 and enjoy!
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has a heavy lineup for 2021. Here’s the scoop!
February break is here, and it’s time for everyone to kick back and watch some quality, feel-good content to relieve some school stress. Lucky for you, the Hallmark Channel is back at it again releasing four new movies in their Love Ever After theme just in time for Valentine’s Day!
Marvel Studios is back at it again, this time with a television series: WandaVision, Marvel’s newest release is now on Disney+. The series already has four episodes out on the streaming platform, and a new episode is released every Friday. The series features Wanda Maximoff and Vision, from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, living in a suburban neighborhood.
The 63rd annual GRAMMY Awards are almost here! Music artists, Beyoncé, Taylor Swift, Dua Lipa and Roddy Ricch, picked up the most nominations while the Weeknd and Luke Combs were two of the most surprising nominees on the list.