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Armed officer watched gunman enter Texas school before massacre, review finds (29)
Published July 6, 2022 1:03PM Updated 1:13PM Uvalde, Texas School Shooting Associated Press Uvalde school massacre: New photos & details released The head of the Texas Department of Public Safety says three minutes after a gunman entered a school where he slaughtered 19 elementary students and two teachers, there was sufficient armed law enforcement on scene to stop the gunman.
Amazon Prime adding free Grubhub meal delivery for members (106)
Amazon will give its U.S. Prime members free access to meal delivery service Grubhub for a year under a deal announced Wednesday Via AP news wire Wednesday 06 July 2022 22:17 Amazon Prime adding free Grubhub meal delivery for membersShow all 2 Amazon Prime adding free Grubhub meal delivery for membersAmazon-Grubhub Amazon-Grubhub Copyright 2020 The Associated Press.
Iranian TV: Revolutionary Guard accuses diplomats of spying (20)
By AMIR VAHDAT and NASSER KARIMI July 6, 2022 GMT FILE - Iran's national flag waves in Tehran, Iran, March 31, 2020. Iranian media reported on Wednesday July 6, 2022, that the country's paramilitary Revolutionary Guard has accused the deputy ambassador of the United Kingdom and other foreigners in the country of "espionage" and taking soil samples from prohibited military zones.
US sanctions network selling Iranian oil (10)
06/07/2022 - 21:40 Washington (AFP) - The US Treasury said Wednesday it was freezing the assets of members of an international network for violating oil sanctions on Tehran by selling millions of dollars' worth of Iranian petrochemical products to East Asia. The sanctions target Iranian petrochemical firms and alleged front companies in China and the United Arab Emirates for Iran's state-owned
Scramble as last Mississippi abortion clinic shuts its doors (12)
Mississippi's only abortion clinic has been buzzing with activity in the chaotic days since the U.S. Supreme Court upended abortion rights nationwide Via AP news wire Wednesday 06 July 2022 20:19 Scramble as last Mississippi abortion clinic shuts its doorsShow all 5 Scramble as last Mississippi abortion clinic shuts its doorsAPTOPIX Abortion Mississippi APTOPIX Abortion Mississippi Copyright 2022 The Associated Press.
Work at a school or nonprofit? You could erase student loans (1)
CORA LEWIS and ADRIANA MORGA, The Associated Press July 6, 2022Updated: July 6, 2022 10:57 a.m. This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 3 1of3FILE - In this May 17, 2018, file photo, new graduates line up before the start of the Bergen Community College commencement at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.
Ankara following a balanced policy towards the Ukrainian war: Turkish researcher (4)
July 6, 2022 - 12:0 TEHRAN - Gloria Shkurti Ozdemir, a Turkish researcher at SETA Foundation, tells the Tehran Times that Ankara "is trying to follow a balanced policy towards the Ukrainian war." She says in several cases Turkey has tried to mediate between Russia and Ukraine. On June 29, Turkey agreed to support Sweden and Finland's membership of NATO.
FDA allows pharmacists to prescribe Pfizer's Paxlovid COVID pill (7)
The Food and Drug Administration said Wednesday that pharmacists could now prescribe Pfizer's Paxlovid pill directly to COVID-19 patients. (Charles Krupa / Associated Press) By MATTHEW PERRONE and TOM MURPHY Associated Press July 6, 2022 12:22 PM PT WASHINGTON - Pharmacists can prescribe the leading COVID-19 pill directly to patients under a new U.S.
US and UK intelligence chiefs raises fresh alarm on China's industrial spies (9)
Edited By: Sayan Ghosh New Delhi, India Updated: Jul 07, 2022, 07:12 AM(IST) US and UK intelligence chiefs raises fresh alarm on China's industrial spies Photograph:( AP ) The head of the FBI and the leader of Britain's domestic intelligence agency (MI5) raised fresh alarms about the security threats posed by the Chinese government.
Fed: Sharply higher rates may be needed to quell inflation (10)
The Associated Press July 6, 2022, 2:58 PM WASHINGTON (AP) - Federal Reserve officials were concerned at their meeting last month that consumers were increasingly anticipating higher inflation, and they signaled that much higher interest rates could be needed to restrain it. The policymakers also acknowledged, in minutes from their June 14-15 meeting released Wednesday, that their rate hikes could weaken the economy.