Russia Says Crimea Airbase Blast Was Ammo Detonation, Not Attack (5)
Muhammad Irfan Published August 10, 2022 | 08:20 AM Kyiv, Ukraine, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 10th Aug, 2022 ) :Moscow insisted Tuesday that major blasts at a key military airbase on the Russian- annexed Crimea peninsula were caused by exploding ammunition rather than Ukrainian fire. Dramatic amateur footage shared on social media appeared to show panicked holidaymakers fleeing a Crimean beach with young children, as ballooning
Biden to sign US chips, science bill to compete with China (4)
Bill includes $54B for US companies producing semiconductors, tax credits for investments, scientific research funding compete-with-china-3650154 US President Joe Biden is set to sign a bill on Tuesday to improve domestic semiconductor production and scientific research to boost American competitiveness with China.
Giuliani must go to Atlanta for election probe, judge says (7)
Tweet By KATE BRUMBACK , Associated Press, Associated Press 2022/08/10 02:20 FILE - Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, a lawyer for President Donald Trump, speaks during a news conference at the Republican National Committee ... FILE - Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, a lawyer for President Donald Trump, speaks during a news conference at the Republican National Committee headquarters, Nov.
'Shake It Off' plagiarism lawsuit: Taylor Swift tells judge she wrote whole song by herself (5)
Edited By: Kirtika Katira Delhi, India Updated: Aug 09, 2022, 11:56 AM(IST) Taylor Swift Photograph:( Twitter ) Popstar Taylor Swift has filed a declaration in court in response to the allegations made by two songwriters that claimed that her 2014 hit track was copied from a single from 3LW that peaked at No.
Jury finds ex-Twitter worker spied for Saudi royals (7)
10/08/2022 - 00:46 San Francisco (AFP) - A former Twitter worker was found guilty on Tuesday of spying for Saudi officials keen to unmask critics on the platform. Ahmad Abouammo was pronounced guilty on criminal counts including money laundering, fraud, and being an illegal agent of a foreign government, according to a copy of the verdict. Prosecutors in federal court in San Francisco told jurors that Abouammo
Cameron Smith, Marc Leishman latest stars likely defecting for LIV Golf: ‘They're gone' (5)
By Matthew Neschis August 9, 2022 10:38am LIV Golf has claimed another golfer, and perhaps its most prized acquisition. British Open champion Cameron Smith will be joining the Saudi-backed league, according to fellow Aussie golfer Cameron Percy. It was just last month that Smith got agitated when asked about his PGA Tour future right after his masterful performance at St.
Oil slips as U.S. crude stockpiles rise (6)
10 August 2022 09:34 (UTC +04:00) Oil prices eased on Wednesday after industry data showed U.S. crude inventories unexpectedly rose last week, signaling a potential hiccup in demand, though concerns over supply kept losses in check, Trend reports with reference to Reuters. Brent crude futures fell 23 cents, or 0.2%, to $96.08 a barrel at0323 GMT. U.S.
Lutheran bishop issues public apology to Latino congregation (7)
Tweet By DEEPA BHARATH and HOLLY MEYER , Associated Press, Associated Press 2022/08/10 06:43 Elizabeth A. Eaton, presiding bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, issued a public apology Tuesday to members of a majority Latino immigrant congregation for the pain and trauma they endured after the predominantly white denomination's first openly transgender bishop unexpectedly fired their pastor.
Primary takeaways: Dems eye WI Sen. Johnson; Vt looks to break ceiling; Omar survives MN squeaker (7)
Phillip M. Bailey USA TODAY Hear this story The August primaries continued on Tuesday with Democrats looking to maintain their momentum in Wisconsin. In 2016, then-candidate Donald Trump penetrated the so-called "blue wall" when he defeated Hillary Clinton for president. But in the years since, Democrats have collected significant wins with Tony Evers being elected governor; Sen.
Justice Department asks judge to pause Idaho abortion ban (5)
The U.S. Department of Justice asked a federal judge this week to bar Idaho from enforcing its near-total abortion ban while a lawsuit pitting federal health care law against state anti-abortion legislation is underway Via AP news wire Tuesday 09 August 2022 21:35 Justice Department asks judge to pause Idaho abortion banShow all 2 Justice Department asks judge to pause Idaho abortion banUS-Abortion US-Abortion Idaho Statesman