Pyongyang attacks a military agreement between Washington, Seoul and Tokyo | Al Khaleej Newspaper – Al Khaleej Newspaper Al Khaleej Newspaper

Pyongyang attacks a military agreement between Washington, Seoul and Tokyo | gulf newspaperAlkhaleej Newspaper Gulf Newspaper North Korea criticizes the agreement between the United States, South Korea and JapanAl Mayadeen Al Mayadeen North Korea criticizes US-South Korea-Japan deal to boost military cooperationrayyoum North Korea attacks US military cooperation with Seoul and Tokyofree See full news … Read more

DC Police: 2 Killed When Truck Hits Bicyclist, Fireworks Stand

WASHINGTON (AP) — A truck hit a bicyclist and crashed into a fireworks stand Saturday night at an intersection in northeastern Washington, killing the bicyclist and a man who worked at the stand, police said. No other injuries were reported. The crash at the corner of Minnesota Avenue and Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue NE occurred … Read more

Superior court bailiff seeks enforcement of anti-picketing laws

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. Supreme Court bailiff is calling on Maryland officials to step up enforcement of laws she says ban picketing outside the homes of judges who live in the state. “For weeks, large groups of protesters chanting, using megaphones and banging on drums have picketed judges’ homes,” Marshal Gail Curley wrote in … Read more

Lifeguard shortage affecting local swimming holes – KPTV FOX 12 Oregon

Lifeguard shortage affects local swimming holesKPTV FOX 12 Oregon Sacramento public pools floating on water, limiting hours due to lifeguard shortageSacrament Cincinnati pools still looking for lifeguards amid summer heatWLWT Cincinnati Failed swimmers get a second chance at city bid to shore up lifeguard shortageTHE CITY See full coverage on Google News

High Court ‘Groundbreaking’ Term on Abortion, Guns and More

WASHINGTON (AP) — Abortion, Guns, and Religion: A major change in the law in any of these areas would have resulted in a fateful Supreme Court injunction. In their first full term together, the court’s conservative majority ruled on all three and issued other important decisions limiting the government’s regulatory powers. And it has signaled … Read more

Treasury Blocks $1 Billion Trust Owned by Russian Oligarch

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Treasury Department said Thursday it has blocked a $1 billion Delaware-based trust related to sanctioned Russian oligarch Suleiman Abusaidovich Kerimov. The move comes after the US seized a $325 million superyacht, the 348-foot-long Amadea, linked to Kerimov earlier this month. The size of the trust and the complexity of the investigation … Read more

US Supreme Court Limits Government Powers to Curb Greenhouse Gases

The US Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the government’s key environmental agency cannot issue broad limits on greenhouse gases, dramatically reducing the power of President Joe Biden’s administration to combat climate change. By a 6-3 majority, the high court ruled that the Environmental Protection Agency did not have the power to set caps on emissions … Read more

Talks between Washington and the Taliban to release frozen Afghan assets

The United States and the Taliban began talks Thursday in Qatar aimed at releasing some of Afghanistan’s frozen reserves after a devastating earthquake hit the country, officials said, as Washington looks for ways to ensure the funds are used to help the population.Negotiations are underwayThe White House said it was working “urgently” to achieve this, … Read more

1/6 Conclusions: Angry Trump, Dire Legal Warnings, and Ketchup

WASHINGTON (AP) — The House Jan. 6 committee held a surprise hearing Tuesday and delivered startling new testimony about Donald Trump’s angry, defiant and vulgar actions when he ignored repeated warnings not to convene the crowd. to the Capitol and then refused to intervene to stop the deadly attack. violence while the rioters laid siege. … Read more

St John Ambulance WA chief Michelle Fyfe resigns after delays and surge made worse by COVID-19

St John Ambulance WA CEO Michelle Fyfe has resigned after unprecedented pressure on the state’s ambulance service in recent months. Key points: Ms Fyfe has resigned four months before the end of her contract. It comes after a record surge in ambulances and service delays. The organization says his departure will allow “renewed energy” on … Read more