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‘Suspicious’ blackout hits Iran’s nuclear plant in Natanz

It also complicates the efforts of the United States, Israel’s largest security partner, to re-enter the nuclear deal with the aim of restricting Tehran’s program so that it could not pursue a nuclear weapon if it chose to. When the news of the blackout came out, US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin landed in Israel on Sunday for talks with …

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Nearly “catastrophic” leakage of wastewater from Piney Point could irreparably damage nearby marine life, experts say

Florida officials have been battling it out for the past week after a sewage dam at the former Piney Point phosphate mine operation caused a major leak – a situation that officials described as a potential “disaster”. While officials have managed to drain the reservoir enough for a “tidal wave“of wastewater did not flood the area, experts told CBS News …

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NEW ROUND of stimulus checks includes ‘plus-up’ payments

CONSUMER REPORTERS BRIAN ROCHE TELLS US MORE. >> SO, THESE PLUS PAYMENTS, AS THEY ARE CALLED, ARE A VERY pleasant surprise for some people who have already received stimulating money. BUT NOW THEY ARE NOW SUPPORT COMPANIES FOR MORE MONEY, AFTER THEIR 2020 TAXES HAVE BEEN TREATED. According to the IRS, YOU CAN GET A PLUS PAYMENT IF YOU HAD …

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Brooklyn man arrested after alleged involvement in three anti-Asian hate crime incidents within a month

Court records show 23 charges against Joseph Russo, 28, stemming from the three incidents, ranging from charges of assault and criminal negligence such as hate crime to less threatening and harassment charges. CNN has reached out to comment on a lawyer from the Legal Aid Society who allegedly represents Russo. CNN could not immediately reach a member of Russo’s family …

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Ramsey Clark dies: Lyndon Johnson’s attorney general was 93

Ramsey Clark, the attorney general of the Johnson administration who became an outspoken activist for unpopular purposes and a fierce critic of American politics, has died. He was 93. Clark, whose father, Tom Clark, was attorney general and U.S. Supreme Court Justice, died Friday at his home in Manhattan, a family member, Sharon Welch, told the media, including the New …

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