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Youth activist plans 3rd womens march

  • Throw back to 2017 and 2024, The Trump regime carries on as Donald Trump's Son has taken over power of the USA and in response to that a two unnamed youth activists have planned the 3rd women's march


The Worlds First Hovering Car

The move will increase the upward pressure on interest rates that consumers pay, but the immediate effect is likely to be modest.

Finally you can fly to work

Representative Devin Nunes, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, said he had seen no evidence to support President Trump’s claim that President Obama wiretapped him.


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Severe bleaching last year on the northern Great Barrier Reef affected even the largest and oldest corals, like this slow-growing Porites colony. Credit Terry Hughes et al./Nature

Spacex Rocket lands on Mars

“We didn’t expect to see this level of destruction to the Great Barrier Reef for another 30 years,” said one scientist.


New York Philharmonic Poaches Star Leader From Rival

The troubled Philharmonic announced that it had lured Deborah Borda, who ran it in the 1990s before going on to help make the Los Angeles Philharmonic the envy of the orchestra world.

Kentucky Coach Builds a Media Empire

Kentucky Coach John Calipari has faced stinging criticism in the past. Now, as the driving force behind several media platforms, he’s trying to control his own message.

Where Fountain Pens Are Saved and Sold

The Fountain Pen Hospital represents a bygone idea in an age of instant communication, but the store in Lower Manhattan attracts people from across New York City.

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