10/05/22 – Headlines and News

NATO has reportedly warned members that Russia’s Belgorod submarine no longer appeared to be operating out of its White Sea base, where it has been active since July. Officials warned that Russia may plan to test Belgorod’s “Poseidon” weapons system, a drone equipped with a nuclear bomb that Russia has claimed is capable of creating a “radioactive tsunami,” according to Italian media.

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Zelensky suggests that Elon Musk’s attempts to avoid nuclear war means he supports Russia.

Navy lied about fuel-laced water on US aircraft carrier – media

A US Navy whistleblower has reportedly accused his superiors on the USS Nimitz aircraft carrier of lying to crew members about the severity of a fuel leak into their drinking water and denying them medical treatment when they were sickened by the contaminated fluid.

“We were exposed to an unhealthy amount of JP-5,” a sailor on the carrier told Business Insider, referring to a common type of kerosene-based jet fuel.

The media outlet, which posted its article on Saturday, said it didn’t identify the sailor out of concern that he might face retribution from the Navy for speaking out. (RT)


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North Korea launches missile toward South Korean waters after U.S. sends carrier to region

North Korea launched a ballistic missile toward the eastern waters off South Korea on Thursday, according to South Korean officials — a launch that came the same week the U.S. sent an aircraft carrier to the region after North Korea launched an intermediate-range missile over Japan.

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Purdue University student is arrested on a murder charge after his roommate is killed in a residence hall

A Purdue University student was arrested on a murder charge Wednesday after he allegedly killed his roommate in a residence hall on the Indiana campus, according to the school’s police chief.

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U.S. Believes Ukrainians Were Behind an Assassination in Russia

WASHINGTON — United States intelligence agencies believe parts of the Ukrainian government authorized the car bomb attack near Moscow in August that killed Daria Dugina, the daughter of a prominent Russian nationalist, an element of a covert campaign that U.S. officials fear could widen the conflict.

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Clarence Thomas Faces Calls to Recuse Himself from Trump Mar-a-Lago Case

U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas is facing calls to recuse himself from a case brought by former President Donald Trump amid an investigation of his handling of White House documents.

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Federal judge tosses lawsuit against Florida’s Parental Rights in Education law

A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit filed against Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., and other state officials in response to the controversial Parental Rights in Education law on Tuesday. 

Judge Allen Winsor struck down the suit originally filed in March but later revised by LGBTQ+ advocacy groups Equality Florida and Family Equality along with students and educators, issuing a 25-page order that claimed the plaintiffs lacked legal standing to proceed but neglected to assess the constitutionality of the case.

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Police have linked several shootings to a possible serial killer in Stockton, Calif.

Stockton Police have now linked seven shootings — six fatal — to a possible California serial killer who remains at large.

Officials confirmed that the string of seemingly random homicides began in April of last year — more than a year earlier than previously believed — and they warned there could be additional victims.

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Court declares DACA program illegal, but leaves policy intact for nearly 600,000 immigrant “Dreamers”

A federal appeals court on Wednesdaysaid the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy violates U.S. immigration law, dealing a blow to an Obama-era program that provides deportation protection and work permits to nearly 600,000 immigrant “Dreamers” who lack legal status.

A three-judge panel for the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals concluded the Obama administration did not have the legal authority to create DACA in 2012, affirming a July 2021 ruling from a federal judge in Texas who barred the Biden administration from enrolling new immigrants in the decade-old program.

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