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“Hold For The President Of The United States”

What was just a regular lunch between US Women’s National Team training sessions in Denver about a week ago has turned into a pretty eventful afternoon for USWNT forward Megan Rapinoe. Megan Rapinoe was having lunch with her teammates between a weightlifting session and a field workout at the Denver Broncos Training Center on June 23 – the 50th anniversary of the title IX passing – when her phone rang. The screen flashed: “The White House.” Rapinoe, immediately thinking it was robocall or that maybe she was being caught by her teammates, showed her phone screen to teammate Kelley O’Hara.Read News

The United States is taking enforcement action against confidence in interests held by the Russian oligarch

Russian billionaire, businessman and member of the Federation Council Suleiman Kerimov attends a meeting on April 14, 2021 in Russia. The United States took enforcement action on Thursday, placing restrictions on the Delaware-based Heritage Trust because sanctioned Russian oligarch Suleiman Kerimov owns a real estate stake, the Treasury Department said. The move places a trust fund worth more than $ 1 billion to the same restrictions as Kerimov, forbidding Americans from handling it or transferring funds. It is the latest action to enforce Washington’s wide-ranging sanctions against Russian oligarchs and elites following Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine on February 24, whichRead News

The harsh sentence of human rights defenders in Cuba – United States Department of State

The United States is deeply concerned about the continuing harsh condemnations of political protesters in Cuba, so we will continue to work with our partners around the world to show our collective support for the rights of Cubans who are unjustifiably detained. Cuban judges have sentenced more than 550 Cuban protesters to more than 4,000 years in total. Protesters are sentenced to prison, forced labor or other punitive measures. These numbers include more than 20 protesters arrested as minors. Meanwhile, the Cuban government continues to detain more than 700 protesters who took to the streets nearly a year ago, onRead News

Reminders of Ambassador Degnan’s Independence Day

Deputy Prime Minister, distinguished guests, friends. Good evening! Mogesalmebit! It’s wonderful to see everyone back here at the American Embassy. This is what the July 4th celebration should look like! Thank you so much for joining us. July 4 marks the day the American Founding Fathers declared independence. This is a day America is committed to building a nation based on basic freedoms and democratic values. For 246 years, Americans have reaffirmed that commitment through our efforts to strengthen and enhance our democracy, protect the rights of all people, and promote peace and prosperity in America and around the world.Read News

The U.S. delegation has been unable to secure the release of Americans arrested in Venezuela

(CNN) A U.S. delegation traveling to Venezuela this week failed to secure the release of one of the Americans detained there. US special envoy for hostage-taking Roger Carstens had the opportunity to meet with Americans detained illegally in the capital, Caracas, and discuss “with senior Maduro government officials the importance of ensuring that they have received appropriate care where needed, “a State Department spokesman said. CNN. But the visit by Carstens and Ambassador Jimmy Story, who heads the U.S. Venezuelan Department, ended on Thursday without any Americans whom the United States sees being held in detention being able to returnRead News


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The top 8 destinations in the United States for dinosaur lovers

The prehistoric world impressed many travelers long before Jurassic Park hit theaters. While we may never have had the chance to see these extinct animals in the flesh, there are many fossils for amateur paleontologists and dinosaur fans to study. The United States is home to a truly impressive variety of these sites, ranging from active burial sites punctuated by prehistoric rhinos, to a highly concentrated pile of Allosaurus skeletons that paleontologists have confused for decades. Cleveland – Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry, Utah  About 30 miles south of Price, Utah, in the heart of dinosaur land, is where you will findRead News

Hong Kong 25 Years After Presentation – United States Department of State

On July 1, we mark the 25th anniversary of the handover of Hong Kong to the People’s Republic of China. This date is conceived as halfway through 50 years of promised autonomy within “One country, two systems”. Yet it is now clear that the Hong Kong and Beijing authorities no longer view democratic participation, fundamental freedoms, and independent media as part of this vision. In 2019, millions of Hong Kong residents joined public protests to oppose the controversial extradition law. Beijing’s response – the National Security Act – has set the stage for the erosion of autonomy and the abolitionRead News

Chicago area black belt representing the United States in Maccabiah Games

Chicago-area black belt taking off for Maccabiah Games The world’s biggest Jewish athletic competition is about to begin, and a young Highland Park black belt will be part of the action. HIGHLAND PARK, Illinois — A suburban high school student is representing the United States at the world’s third-largest sporting event. Julia Kerpel is from Highland Park and is representing the US at the Maccabiah Games in Israel. Karate chops run in the family. Not only is Julia a black belt, but so is her mother and grandmother. SUBSCRIBE TO FOX 32 CHICAGO ON YOUTUBE Julia is part of theRead News

The United States was founded on loyalty to the law, not to leaders. The rioters of January 6 have reversed the situation

When colonial Americans declared their independence on July 4, 1776, they rejected more than British rule. They explicitly condemned the British form of government and the unlegislated norms, traditions and conventions of the royal head of government. Recent hearings by the Special Commission investigating the January 6, 2021 attack on the US Capitol revealed that efforts to counter the monarchical model are still unfinished. The central question: does a country’s democracy guarantee loyalty to the constitution or leaders? Aussie Lira: Competing allegiances The January 6 hearing provides exposure to violent footage and dramatic evidence at its best – the questionRead News

America doesn’t deserve to celebrate the 4th of July this year

With the way America has been acting, its birthday party – the fourth of July – needs to be canceled this year. It’s not that I’m celebrating anyway because the closest thing to Black Independence Day is Juneteenth. But still, nothing about the current state of these United States is like freedom. First of all, the Supreme Court has been showing its whole ass and it needs to be put in a time limit. #SCOTUS is showing its whole ass this summer. – PeeplesVoice (@PeeplesVoiceChi) June 27, 2022 Let’s start with the most obvious reason why – the demolition ofRead News

US allocates $345 million for HIV treatment in Kenya

United States to provide $345 million for Kenya’s HIV response Nairobi, Kenya, June 30, 2022: The US Embassy in Nairobi announces the approval of US$345 million (KSH 40.658 billion) through the United States President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief Program ( PEPFAR) to support the HIV response in Kenya. Funds allocated through the PEPFAR National Operational Plan (COP) 2022 will be implemented from October 1, 2022 to September 30, 2023, in support of critical solutions that enable Kenya to maintain control of the epidemic. The PEPFAR National Operational Plan 2022 was approved today via a virtual meeting by the USRead News

Welcoming the Prime Minister of Israel Yair Lapid – United States Department of State

On behalf of the Government of the United States of America, I extend my heartfelt congratulations to Yair Lapid on becoming Prime Minister of Israel. I look forward to continuing to work closely with Prime Minister Lapid to strengthen all aspects of an enduring US-Israeli partnership and counter common threats. At the same time, I wish to honor the outgoing Prime Minister Naftali Bennett for his leadership as Prime Minister of Israel over the past year and thank him for his continued efforts as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Religious Affairs. The bond between the United States and IsraelRead News

State Day of the Federal Republic of Somalia – State Department of the United States

On behalf of the United States of America, I congratulate the people and government of Somalia on your 62nd National Day. The United States supports your efforts to build resilient communities, foster inclusive economic growth, and increase security for Somalia and its neighbors. We share the goal of a democratic, prosperous and peaceful future for your nation. The United States hopes to continue its strong partnership with Somalia.

How Do First Mail Orders Come to the United States?

In 1894, the Sears catalog offered merchandise by mail order More than a hundred years before Amazon and eBay existed, Sears was a pioneer in mail order merchandising in the United States. The Sears, Roebuck and Co. catalog, which began with watches and jewelry in 1893, grew to include an endless variety of merchandise in 1894. Even more notably, Sears sold thousands of items exclusively by mail order – everything from clothes to kitchen stoves to kits to whole-house buildings – before opening its first retail store in 1924. As early as 1744, none other than Benjamin Franklin suggested inRead News

United States African Leadership

U.S. Army Southern European Task U.S. Army Major Thomas Olesen, Training Area Commander Ben Ghilouf and Sgt. Anthony Rojas, NCO Resuscitation Officer, both assigned to 311st Expeditionary Command Maintenance, discuss the service schedule at African Lion 22 in Tunisia on June 23, 2022. 311. ESC Reinforces 650th Regional Support US Army Reserve Group in Provision of Facilities housing and services for units participating in the exercise. African Lion 2022 is the largest, most important, joint, annual exercise by the US African Command, organized in Morocco, Ghana, Senegal and Tunisia on June 6–30. More than 7,500 participants from 28 countries andRead News

Joint statement by U.S. Attorneys regarding the decision of the U.S. Supreme Court in Oklahoma v. Castro-Huerta

You are here This morning, the United States Supreme Court issued its decision in Oklahoma v. Castro-Huerta. This decision considers that the State of Oklahoma has concurrent jurisdiction with the federal government to prosecute non-Indians who commit crimes against indigenous victims within the Indigenous Country. “Today’s decision does not diminish the United States’ trust responsibility to our tribal partners,” said US Attorneys Christopher J. Wilson, Clinton J. Johnson and Robert J. Troester. “The United States Attorneys in the East, North and West Districts of Oklahoma will continue to apply federal law in the Indian country. We will also continue toRead News

The United States should send more diplomats to Ukraine, not weapons

Saturday marked the 100th day since Russian President Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine on February 24. Recent weeks have seen an increase in fighting in the eastern Donbas region after Russian forces withdrew from around Kyiv and Chernihiv in the north. With Russia making steady gains in the east and south, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has continued to ask Western countries for more weaponry. The Pentagon announced Wednesday that the United States will send advanced rocket systems as part of the new $700 million weapons package. High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems, or HIMARS, have strike capabilities of up to 50 miles,Read News

United States women’s soccer match hit Colombia; The game of entering the World Cup on the floor

NEW You can now listen to Fox News articles! Kelley O’Hara scored in the 77th minute after a lightning strike, as the American women beat Colombia 2-0 on Tuesday night in their final World Cup qualifier. The United States has extended its unbeaten run to 69 home games. Danab was reported near Rio Tinto Stadium in the 75th minute, causing the match to be suspended for more than 30 minutes. CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE OF THE GAMES ON FOXNEWS.COM U.S. defender Sofia Huerta followed a shot that struck Colombia during the first half of an international friendly onRead News

The United States: Inhumane migration policies further put people in need of protection at risk – the United States of America

In response to reports that the bodies of at least 50 people were found in a truck in San Antonio, Texas, and a dozen others who were hospitalized, Erika Guevara-Rosas, director of Amnesty International, said: said: “The tragedy in San Antonio is a tragic example of the failure of states in the United States to protect immigrants and asylum seekers. It is sad to show that this has happened before, and will continue until there are profound changes in immigration policy in the United States and in neighboring countries. “ “Cruel and inhumane immigration policies endanger lives, forcing people toRead News

US pig inventory down 1%

Newsroom News Release Contact: Terry Matlock, (720) 787-3172 United States hog inventory down 1% WASHINGTON, June 29, 2022 – As of June 1, there were 72.5 million pigs and pigs on US farms, down 1% from June 2021 and down slightly from March 1, 2022, according to a Quarterly Hogs and Pigs report published today by the Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS). Other key findings from the report were: To get an accurate measurement of the US pig industry, NASS surveyed about 4,700 operators nationwide during the first half of March. The data collected was receivedRead News

Biden Announces Changes in US Force Posture in Europe

& # xD; President Joe Biden has announced moves that will increase the presence of U.S. troops in Europe and strengthen NATO. & # xD; Biden announced this today at the beginning of the NATO summit in Madrid after the welcome of NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. The move challenges Russian President Vladimir Putin’s efforts to break the Transatlantic Alliance. “NATO is strong, united and the steps we are taking during this summit will further increase our joint strength,” Biden said. “To that end, I announce today that the United States will improve the position of our forces in EuropeRead News

FACT SHEET – US Defense Contributions to Europe> US Department of Defense> Release

The United States, in close cooperation with our NATO allies, has responded quickly and effectively to the European security crisis caused by the Russian aggression against Ukraine. The US contributions to the Alliance’s response were made possible by the substantial military forces we had already stationed and deployed in Europe, including robust pre-deployed equipment and supplies, as well as substantial investment in infrastructure and military mobility enabled by financing of the European Deterrence Initiative. Our response involved dispersing troops already in Europe to bolster NATO’s eastern flank, including the deployment of: assault aviation from Germany to Lithuania; an airborne infantryRead News

FACT SHEET: The US and G7 will take more steps to support Ukraine and hold the Russian Federation accountable

In Germany today, President Biden will meet with G7 leaders and President Zelenskyy to continue our unwavering commitment, to support Ukraine and to build on our unprecedented sanctions to hold President Putin accountable. The G7 will issue a statement in support of Ukraine, which will include significant new sanctions to further strengthen our economic measures against Russia. The United States has convened about 30 allies and allies around the world to cut a high price for Russia and a US-led coalition will continue to put pressure on Putin. Within a few months, exports from the US to Russia, including theRead News

Stuck on the Ladder: Intragenerational Wealth Mobility in the United States

Wealth cushions adverse economic shocks, such as job loss, and helps fund investments, such as college and graduate training. Wealth inequality is much higher than income inequality in the United States. Understanding the dynamics of wealth accumulation may be important in narrowing the wealth gap. Here we study intragenerational wealth mobility using the Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID). Using measures of individual wealth, we first study relative wealth mobility in years of primary wealth accumulation and a ten-point increase in individuals’ wealth percentiles in their early thirties leading to a 5.9-point increase in their wealth percentile in their lateRead News

The Border Patrol lacks important information about immigration checkpoints within the United States

Each year, more than 50 million vehicles pass through the U.S. Border Patrol that examines people from within the country. There are more than 110 checkpoints, generally located 25 to 100 kilometers from the southwestern and northern borders near U.S. highways. and second ways. All vehicles traveling at the test site may be inspected. U.S. Border Patrol, a branch within the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Customs and Border Protection, is responsible for maintaining U.S. borders between legal ports of entry and preventing the illegal flow of people and products for sale, such as drugs, into the country. At checkpoints,Read News

United States hosts US-EU Space Dialogue – US Department of State

As part of our deep cooperation on outer space issues, officials from the United States and the European Union gathered for the 11th US-EU Space Dialogue in Washington, D.C. Officials discussed cooperation on Earth observation and disaster management, global navigation satellite systems, spaceflight situational awareness of security and space, and opportunities for transatlantic cooperation to ensure the long-term security and sustainability of activities in outer space. The United States and the European Union have a long history of cooperation in space, including cooperation on applications of the US Global Positioning System and the EU’s Galileo system and the use ofRead News

United States v. Colombia – Football Match Report – June 28, 2022

The U.S. women’s soccer team made a hard work out of their 2-0 friendly win over Colombia at Rio Tinto Stadium on Tuesday, which included an hour-long delay due to lightning and severe weather in Sandy, Utah. Vlatko Andonovski’s team had already beaten Colombia 3-0 on Saturday and played their last warm-up match ahead of the CONCACAF W Championship in Monterrey, Mexico, where a place in the World Championships for women in 2023 in Australia and New Zealand and the Olympics in 2024. Paris is at stake . – ESPN FC Women’s Ranking: Top 50 Players in the World –Read News

US announces new commitments to respond to global food security crisis – World

This week, President Joe Biden pledged $ 2.76 billion in additional U.S. government resources at the G7 summit in Germany to protect the world’s most vulnerable from an escalating global food security crisis exacerbated by Russia’s unprovoked and unwarranted invasion of Ukraine and severe drought. In the Horn of Africa. This pledge represents more than half of the more than $ 4.5 billion in additional resources that G7 leaders gave at the summit on global food security. This funding supports efforts in more than 47 countries and regional organizations, saving lives through emergency interventions and alleviating the further increase inRead News

United States provides immediate assistance to respond to drought in Kiribati

SUVA – The United States, through the US Agency for International Development (USAID), is providing US $ 500,000 in humanitarian assistance to respond to the drought across Kiribati due to lower than normal rainfall, exacerbated by ongoing impacts climate change. So far this year, some areas have recorded less than 2.3 inches of total rainfall. The resulting drought has affected the entire 123,000 people living in Kiribati, including 94,000 in the heavily affected Gilbert Islands, which are heavily dependent on rainwater harvesting. Chargé d’Affaires, a.i. Rebecca Owen said, “The United States stands with our friends and partners in Kiribati inRead News