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U.S., Canada, Britain impose new sanctions on Myanmar's junta
U.S. News // 3 hours ago
U.S., Canada, Britain impose new sanctions on Myanmar's junta
May 17 (UPI) -- The United States, Canada and Britain on Monday imposed fresh coordinated sanctions against the Myanmar military junta and connected entities in response to its February coup.
Biden, first lady and Harris, second gentleman release tax returns
U.S. News // 5 hours ago
Biden, first lady and Harris, second gentleman release tax returns
May 17 (UPI) -- President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden as well as Vice President Kamala Harris and second gentleman Doug Emhoff released their tax returns on Monday, the White House said.
FAA announces $52,000 fine for passenger who punched flight attendant
U.S. News // 7 hours ago
FAA announces $52,000 fine for passenger who punched flight attendant
May 17 (UPI) -- The Federal Aviation Administration announced a $52,000 fine, the largest this year, for a passenger who punched a flight attendant twice while attempting to open the cockpit on a Dec. 23 Delta flight.
Buddy Roemer, former Louisiana governor and GOP presidential candidate, dies
U.S. News // 10 hours ago
Buddy Roemer, former Louisiana governor and GOP presidential candidate, dies
May 17 (UPI) -- Former Louisiana Gov. Buddy Roemer, who switched parties in office and ran as a GOP presidential candidate, died Monday age 77 from diabetes complications.
Pandemic hasn't much changed Americans' trust in gov't: Survey
U.S. News // 11 hours ago
Pandemic hasn't much changed Americans' trust in gov't: Survey
May 17 (UPI) -- A year after the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, Americans' trust in the federal government remains low and attitudes about its responsibilities are little changed, a surveyed showed Monday.
Supreme Court restricts use of warrantless searches in homes
U.S. News // 12 hours ago
Supreme Court restricts use of warrantless searches in homes
May 17 (UPI) -- The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled that a doctrine allowing police to carry out searches without a warrant in some cases does not apply to entering private homes.
Millionaires group places 'Tax the Rich' billboards in NYC, Washington, D.C.
U.S. News // 12 hours ago
Millionaires group places 'Tax the Rich' billboards in NYC, Washington, D.C.
May 17 (UPI) -- The group Patriotic Millionaires on Monday dispatched mobile billboards throughout New York City and Washington, D.C., calling for higher taxes on the wealthy and promoting progressive taxing policies.
Singapore coffee shop workers find large python in toilet
Odd News // 12 hours ago
Singapore coffee shop workers find large python in toilet
May 17 (UPI) -- Workers at a coffee shop in Singapore received a scare when they went to investigate a noise in the bathroom and found a large snake slithering in a toilet.
Kamala Harris to keynote first Asian American, Pacific Islander unity summit
U.S. News // 13 hours ago
Kamala Harris to keynote first Asian American, Pacific Islander unity summit
May 17 (UPI) -- Vice President Kamala Harris will keynote the first unity summit for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders on Wednesday.
British Columbia boy doubles own world record for Jenga stacking
Odd News // 13 hours ago
British Columbia boy doubles own world record for Jenga stacking
May 17 (UPI) -- A British Columbia boy with a gift for balance broke his own Guinness World Record by stacking 1,400 Jenga blocks on a single block -- more than doubling his previous record.
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